Born and raised in Belgium, Natalie Joos began her career in fashion when she moved to New York in 1997. Working at first as a personal assistant to Glenn O'Brien and then as studio manager for acclaimed photographer Craig McDean, Natalie started her own casting company in 2003. Since then Natalie has built up a roster of clients that includes Hugo Bossm Helmut Lang, Phillip Lim, Rocawear and has worked with photographers such as Mario Sorrenti, Paola Kudacki, Ben Watts, Chad Pitman and Greg Kadel. Natalie was more recently appointed casting agent at Hercules Magazine and is a regular contributor to V and the Last Magazine.
Natalie also has a blog , Tales of Endearment which features a glimpse into the life & style of some of fashion's favorites.
What would the title of your autobiography be? “She Wore A Lot Of Hats”
What can’t you travel without and why? My striped sweatshirt that used to belong to my grandmother (to dress down any outfit and easy throw on), my gold hoops (to add sexiness – I don’t wear much jewelry), Lancôme Hydrating Mask (to perk up my face in an instant before going out), and earplugs (I’m addicted – I’ve been sleeping with plugs for about 12 years now).
Where is your favorite travel destination? Tulum, Ibiza, and Gstaad.
If you could choose one person to show you “their New York City,” who would it be? Woody Allen.
What or who has inspired you recently and why? I’m inspired by all the girls I shoot for my blog. They show me their love for vintage and how they mix with contemporary, which is a great source of education and inspiration for my readers.