Iris Strubegger is known for her runway work for Louis Vuitton, Calvin Klein, Dries van Noten and many other well-known fashion designers. The Austrian model is also recognized for being the face of Giorgio Armani, Valentino and Givenchy fashion collations as well as being the cover for the Italian, Spanish, French, German and Japanese Vogue versions.
It took two attempts for Iris Strubegger to get her modeling career going. The first try was when she was 17 years old. Iris travelled to New York as a foreign exchange student program and was discovered whilst she was walking the streets.
In 2003 she walked for Calvin Klein’s Spring runway show, after this she was then booked for some ad campaigns and was the face of Armani Collezioni by Giorgio Armani. However, even though she had success she decided to quit modeling in 2003.
In 2007 though, Iris Strubegger made the decision to return to modeling. She then walked for Dries van Noten and Valentino. During the 2009 spring fashion week, she was on the runway 70 times. The year after she walked on 80 runways, which included shows for Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana and Sonia Rykiel.
When Iris Strubegger is not on the runway she likes to spend her time in her home country and loves to draw, listen to music, mountain bike, jog and ski.
The agencies that Iris Strubegger has been signed with include Place Models, Dominique Models, Uno Models, and Supreme Management and are currently with Women Management New York.
In 2002, Iris Strubegger contracted with Elite Model Management. In 2003, she did her initial show for Calvin Klein Spring/Summer season. Her first campaign was then booked in January 2003 and was the face for Armani Collezioni by Giorgio Armani. She also did editorials for the Face and i-D as well. Later in 2003, she made the decision to study Digital Television at FH Salzburg and to leave modeling
However, in 2007 Iris was back and signed with Supreme in New York and Women Management in Milan and Paris. She was then booked for Pop by Russell March, who is the casting director for Prada and Miu Miu. Iris then opened the pre-fall shows for Valentino as well as the Dries van Noten show.
In 2008, Steven Meisal who is a photographer also sighted her and asked her to do a shoot with him.
In 2009, iris Strubegger walked 70 shows for the autumn/Winter season and in 2010 she walked 80 shows for the Spring/Summer season.
Strubegger has been on the runway for leading designers including Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Lanvin, Alexander McQueen, Versace, Sonia Rykiel, and Dolce & Gabbana.
She has also been the face of Pepe Jeans, Polloni, D&G and Balenciaga. In 2009 she was one of the faces for Givenchy.
In 2011 Iris Strubegger posed for Karl Lagerfeld for his Pierelli Calendar. Vogue also listed her as one of the thirty best models in early 2000.