Princess Julia

Editor-at-Large
DJ

Princess Julia was born in Hackney and gained a name in the 1980s as one of the original Blitz Kids; a social scene from London's nightlife. She was a core member of the group who frequented Steve Strange and Rusty Egan's Blitz Club and contributed to the proliferation of flamboyant, glamorous and individual styles in club culture. Her DJing career initially began working at The Wag, Queer Nation and Kinky Gerlinky, and more recently for the likes of Gareth Pugh, Tate Modern and Vivienne Westwood.

Princess Julia has also held positions as the editor-at-large at GQ Style and music editor at i-D magazine and regularly contributes to Ponystep, QX and other online and print publications.

Princess Julia was born in Hackney and gained a name in the 1980s as one of the original Blitz Kids; a social scene from London's nightlife. She was a core member of the group who frequented Steve Strange and Rusty Egan's Blitz Club and contributed to the proliferation of flamboyant, glamorous and individual styles in club culture. Her DJing career initially began working at The Wag, Queer Nation and Kinky Gerlinky, and more recently for the likes of Gareth Pugh, Tate Modern and Vivienne Westwood.

Princess Julia has also held positions as the editor-at-large at GQ Style and music editor at i-D magazine and regularly contributes to Ponystep, QX and other online and print publications.

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