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Known for her character, charm and unpretentious take on glamour, Marie Chaix is one of the world's most sought-after stylists. Born in Strasbourg, France, she moved to London to study at Central Saint Martins before working at Self Service Magazine. Her first contribution to i-D was in The Health Issue (August 2006), in collaboration with "Monsieur Magnus Unnar and a giant trampoline," she recalls. "It was about elasticity and strength of the body, with an obsession for stretch jersey and Jean-Paul Goude's Kodak characters. Julia Stegner showed an amazing endurance on the trampoline, and did not fall over once." Now a senior fashion editor-at-large for Self Service, as well as being a contributing fashion editor to Acne Paper and i-D, she has worked with photographers including Sølve Sundsbø, Daniel Jackson, Hans Feurer, Richard Burbridge and Glen Luchford. Marie's touch has graced a number of international fashion publications, including Vogue Paris, Vogue Russia and AnOther, as well as campaigns for Proenza Schouler and Benetton.