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Tatjana Patitz (born 25 May 1966) is a German fashion model and actress who achieved international prominence in the 1980s and 1990s representing fashion designers on runways and in magazines such as ElleHarper's Bazaar, and Vogue.[1][2] Patitz is one of the "big five"[3][4][5][6] supermodels who appeared in the 1990 music video "Freedom! '90" by George Michael,[7] and is associated with the editorial, advertising, and fine-art works of photographers Herb Ritts and Peter Lindbergh.[8][9][10]
In his 2015 book Models of Influence: 50 Women Who Reset The Course of FashionNigel Barker reflected on Patitz's modeling career during the height of the supermodel era in the 1980s and 1990s, writing that Patitz possessed an exoticism and broad emotional range that set her apart from her peers.[11] In her 2012 memoir, creative director of Vogue Grace Coddington regarded Patitz as one of the original supermodels and a must in photographs and on the catwalk.[12] Harper's Bazaar wrote, "Indeed, Patitz's features almost confuse. Like Garbo or the Mona Lisa, the inexplicable gifts of line and luminescence defy definition."[13] Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour[14] stated that Patitz had always been one of her favorite models.[15] Patitz's work bridged the eras of the exhibitionist 1980s and the minimalist 1990s in an enduring way, as Barker concluded, "The most lasting images of her are when she was really looking like herself."[16]
Today, Patitz is an avid horsewoman who continues her lifelong passion for animals and the environment by campaigning for ecological causes and animal rights.[17] Her self-described eclectic and bohemian design aesthetic for residential architecture and home design in her adoptive home state of California has been recognized internationally.[18][19][20][21]Image result for tatjana patitzn 1983 at the age of 17, Patitz entered and became a finalist in the Elite Model Look (formerly known as Elite Models' "Look of the Year" contest), and based on a Polaroid, she was placed third by Elite Model Management founder John Casablancas.[25] Patitz won a contract and moved to Paris to begin working as a model.[26] Though not an immediate success,[27] by 1985, Patitz worked regularly and at the end of that year, she graced the cover of British Vogue,[28] her first major cover.
That year she began to work with photographer Peter Lindbergh with whom she cultivated a 30-year collaborative relationship which contributed to the launch of the supermodel era.[29][30][31][32][33][34] In his book, 10 Women, Lindbergh wrote, "I admire Tatjana because she always stays herself. She's very soft, but at the same time she's very strong and knows how to stand up for what she thinks, and it's always very enriching to be with her. It's impossible not to admire her and over the years not to be just a little bit in love with her.[35]
Patitz's work in Europe led her to New York where she worked for Vogue and such photographers as Irving PennHelmut NewtonSteven MeiselDenis Piel, Sheila Metzner, and Wayne Maser. She also worked with Gilles Bensimon at Elle and Francesco Scavullo at Cosmopolitan.Image result for tatjana patitzThe 1990s began with Patitz on the January covers of both the American and British editions of Vogue.[68] She shared the British Vogue cover with Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, and Christy Turlington; the portrait of the five women is regarded as the cover that sparked the supermodel phenomenon of the 1990s, helping each woman attain global appeal.[69][70][71][72] Photographed by Peter Lindbergh, the cover inspired pop star George Michael to cast Patitz, Crawford, Evangelista, Turlington and Campbell in his music video for the song "Freedom! '90" which was directed by David Fincher. Michael did not appear in the video; instead, each woman would lip-synch the song in Michael's place.[73] Patitz and her co-stars were already top stars in the fashion world but were now gaining major recognition for their beauty and charisma outside of it too.[74][75] The music video was programmed into heavy rotation on MTV,[76] going on to transcend the worlds of pop culture, music, and fashion in the 1990s and remaining influential in the decades to come.[77][78][79][80]
Settled in Los Angeles, Patitz continued to manage her modeling career while studying acting.[81] She work mostly with Ritts, Lindbergh and Maser but was sought after by the industry's leading female photographers such as Peggy Sirota, Ellen Von UnwerthPamela Hanson and Sheila Metzner as well as new photographers such as Mario Sorrenti and Juergen Teller. Los Angeles-based photographers Phillip Dixon and Matthew Rolston also frequently photographed Patitz for Harper's Bazaar. Rolston said of Patitz: "I look for more than beauty. There must be a memorable quality. Tatjana has it more than anyone else. She sticks in your mind. There's a depth, an emotional quality to her that's truly extraordinary. She's very dear, charming and extremely feminine. She's very open and her priorities are natural things - animals, the sea, the environment. That's what's so interesting about her. She's not what she seems."[82]Related image
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  8. Jump up^ Brown, Laura. "CLASSIC LINDBERGH: The Photographer and his Supermodel Subjects Recall some of the Greatest Shoots in History"Harpers Bazaar (www.harpersbazaar.com). A PART OF HEARST DIGITAL MEDIA "Most famously, his [Lindbergh] eye is responsible for defining the era of the supermodel. The inception: the January 1990 cover of British Vogue...where he assembled Evangelista, Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, and Tatjana Patitz in downtown New York. 'It was a new generation, and that new generation came with a new interpretation of women,' he explains. 'It was the first picture of them together as a group.' That cover, of course, also inspired George Michael's 'Freedom 90' video, directed by David Fincher". Retrieved 9 August 2016.
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  12. Jump up^ Coddington, Grace (2012). Grace - A Memoir (First ed.). New York: Random House. p. 218. ISBN 978-0-8129-93356. Retrieved 11 August 2016.
  13. Jump up^ "Singular Sensations: Three of the most in-demand, highly paid models in the world - each has a magnetic appeal and personal professionalism that makes her beautifully unique"Harper's Bazaar: 221. March 1990. Retrieved 11 August 2016.
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  15. Jump up^ Wintour, Anna (August 2012). "Letter from the Editor - Years Without Fear". Vogue120 (8): 64, 68 "She [Patitz] was always one of my favorites, possessed of a beauty and a body like no other".
  16. Jump up^ Barker, Nigel (2015). Models of Influence (First ed.). New York: Harper Collins. p. 148 (...but the most lasting images of her are when she was really looking like herself, with a minimum of theme or concept, almost like a palate cleanser from the high camp and artifice of the late 1980s"). ISBN 9780062345851. Retrieved 11 August 2016.
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  18. Jump up^ Hayman, Sheila (January 1996). "Animal House: Sheila Hayman visits the dogs, cats and cockatoos at Tatjana Patitz's Malibu Ranch House" (PDF)British Vogue80 (1): 108–113.
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  26. Jump up^ "Tatjana: Million Dollar Beauty"Vogue96 (6): 214. June 1988.
  27. Jump up^ Mower, Sarah (October 1988). "World Class of '88". British Vogue10 (72): p. 414 ("Tatjana remembers spending a year in Paris without work: 'They wanted flat-chested thin girls with short hair, not like me with this...and there are a lot of creeps out there. You learn to grow up fast".
  28. Jump up^ Barker, Nigel (2015). Models of Influence. New York, New York, USA: Harper Collins Publishers. p. 151. ISBN 978-0-06-234584-4.
  29. Jump up^ "Prime Time: Supermodel Tatjana Patitz seamlessly strolls into a second phase of her profession, proving that classic beauty never goes out of fashion"Santa Barbara Magazine: 99 ("Patitz is known...as photographer Peter Lindbergh's muse and for being a key member of the 1980s super-model elite, which included Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, and Naomi Campbell"). Fall 2011.
  30. Jump up^ Blanchard, Tamsin. "Peter Lindbergh: 'I don't retouch anything': The photographer who created the supermodels talks to Tamsin Blanchard on the eve of his exhibition"The Guardian (www.theguardian.com). Guardian News and Media Limited. "...Lindbergh is the man credited with discovering the supermodels, after all. He describes the iconic 1990 cover he shot for British Vogue – of Linda, Christy, Tatjana, Naomi and Cindy – as 'the birth certificate of the supermodels'". Retrieved 9 August 2016.
  31. Jump up^ Lindbergh, Peter (September 2015). "In Love With: Eva Herzigova, Nadja Auerann, Cindy Crawford, Tatjana Patitz, Karen Alexander; Helena Christensen"Vogue Italia (781): 458–477. Retrieved 3 August 2016.
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  46. Jump up^ Mower, Sarah (October 1988). "World Class of '88". British Vogue72 (10): p. 413. "...what's interesting about these latest graduates to the highest echelons of modeling is how little they conform to stereotype. Each girl is an individual. An identifiable character on the page. Some - like Tatjana Patitz and Rachel Williams - are even slightly odd-looking, but what they all share is an uncosmeticised womanliness, new an important in the eighties...The logic of their ample, amplified individuality says, 'Don't try to be like me - be yourself', a reflection of the self-assurance of women today".
  47. Jump up^ Barker, Nigel (2015). Models of Influence: 50 Women Who Reset the Course of Fashion ("With new markets opening internationally, the advertising business grew even more powerful, and models responded by dropping the bad-girl antics of the 1970s and getting down to business...More models realized the potential for lucrative superstardom on and off the runway." ed.). New York: Harper Collins. p. 101. ISBN 978-0-06-234584-4. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
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  50. Jump up^ Robin Derrick, Robin Muir (2010). Vogue Model: The Faces of Fashion (Paperback ed.). Great Britain: Little, Brown - An Hachette UK Company. p. 252 ("While admiring her astonishing presence, Vogue's Kate Phelan recalled: 'She'll just sit there with a cigarette, her hand over half her face, and it's perfect.'"). ISBN 978-1-4087-0254-3. Retrieved 10 August 2016.
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  57. Jump up^ Mower, Sarah (August 1990). "Brave New Look". British Vogue8 (74): P. 146 ("Tatjana Patitz was photographed on a beach losing her blonde tresses to hairdresser Didier Malige".
  58. Jump up^ Ritts, Herb (April 1989). "Earthly Powers". British Vogue.
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  61. Jump up^ Ritts, Herb (April 1989). "Summer Crop". British Vogue.
  62. Jump up^ Churchward, Charles (2010). Herb Ritts: The Golden Hour (Hair stylist Sally Hershberger states "It was the era of Tatjana, and Cindy Crawford did one of her first jobs, and Naomi was coming on the scene." ed.). New York: Rizolli. p. 147. ISBN 978-0-8478-3472-3. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
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  64. Jump up^ Copeland, Irene (August 1989). "This Month's Cosmo Cover Girl: Tatjana Patitz"Cosmopolitan (8): ("I have a house in Los Angeles now and spend a lot of time here. The California lifestyle suits me - I'm a healthy person who loves to be outdoors"). Retrieved 11 August 2016.
  65. Jump up^ Olds, Andrew (December 1989). "Tatjana Talks"Model Magazine (10): 106. Retrieved 11 August 2016.
  66. Jump up^ Mahon, Fiona. "SEVEN SEMINAL IMAGES BY HERB RITTS"www.hungertv.com. Hunger Publishing LTD. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  67. Jump up^ "From supermodels to film: celebrating the work of Peter Lindbergh at Kunsthal Rotterdam"www.lucire.com. JY&A Media. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
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  69. Jump up^ Barnett, Leisa (December 2006). "90 Years of Vogue Models: The Age of the Supermodel"Vogue (UK)90 (12): 159 ("During the Nineties, top models Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, Christy Turlington and Cindy Crawford dominated runways, fashion magazines, and advertising campaigns. Highly-paid and with international appeal, the supermodels ruled the fashion world"). Retrieved 11 August 2016.
  70. Jump up^ Jones, Liz. "Goodbye supermodels - you've been left behind by an industry hungry for youth"Daily Mail (www.dailymail.co.uk). Associated Newspapers Ltd (Liz Jones, editor of Marie Claire magazine states, "The supermodel was really born in January 1990, when British Vogue put Naomi, Linda, Christy, Cindy and Tatjana Patitz on its cover.").
  71. Jump up^ Tacu, Irina. "Five Supermodels in One Place: Another Vogue Cover That Made History"Visual Thirst. Retrieved 27 March 2012.
  72. Jump up^ Cahalan, Susannah. "Super models class of 1990 back in vogue"New York Post. NYP HOLDINGS, INC. Retrieved 4 August 2013.
  73. Jump up^ "Supermodels Relive Filming the George Michael Freedom! '90 Video"Harper's Bazaar (www.harpersbazaar.com). Hearst Communications, Inc. Retrieved 10 August 2016.
  74. Jump up^ Van Alstyne, John. "Get the Look: George Michael's "Freedom! '90" Video"Paper Magazine (www.papermag.com). Paper Publishing Company ("As such, Michael didn't want to appear in the clip, directed by David Fincher, instead casting the supermodels of the moment who were shifting the perception of models-as-celebrities at the time, and were becoming enormous stars in their own right."). Retrieved 10 August 2016.
  75. Jump up^ Rogers, Patrick. "The 25th Anniversary of George Michael's "Freedom" Music Video"Allure (www.allure.com). Conde Nast ("Twenty-five years ago, George Michael refused to star in his own music video. Instead, he gathered five of the most beautiful women in the world for a six-and-a-half-minute film that would make video history."). Retrieved 10 August 2016.
  76. Jump up^ Rogers, Patrick. "The 25th Anniversary of George Michael's "Freedom" Music Video"Allure (www.allure.com). Conde Nast. Retrieved 10 August 2016.
  77. Jump up^ Okwodu, Janelle. "The 25 Best Model Music-Video Moments"www.vogue.com. Conde Nast ("As the supermodel video standard-bearer, "Freedom! '90" features Crawford, Campbell, Patitz, Evangelista, and Turlington lip-synching along to Michael's power ballad."). Retrieved 10 August 2016.
  78. Jump up^ "100 Best Singles of the 1990s: #30 - George Michael, "Freedom 90""www.slantmagazine.com. Slant Magazine. Retrieved 10 August 2016.
  79. Jump up^ Forester, Pete. "25 Year Ago George Michael Casted Five Supermodels for His Historic "Freedom '90" Music Video"Complex (www.complex.com). Complex Media, Inc. Retrieved 10 August 2016.
  80. Jump up^ "Rock and Top: What makes a winning rock video? A good son, a seasoned director. And a top model as guest talent.". Top Model (3): 15. Winter 1995.
  81. Jump up^ Simmons, Lisa (December 1990). "This Month's Cosmo Cover Girl: Tatjana"Cosmopolitan (12).
  82. Jump up^ "Singlular Sensations"Harper's Bazaar: 221. March 1990. Retrieved 11 August 2016.
  83. Jump up^ Ferguson, Sarah (April 1990). "The Tatjana Appeal - Sultry, Confident And Very Cool"Elle Magazine: 308. Retrieved 12 August 2016.
  84. Jump up^ Morris, Sandra (1996). Catwalk: Inside the World of the Supermodels (First ed.). New York: Universe Publishing. p. 40 ("Tatjana remains right at the pinnacle of her profession". ISBN 9780789300560. Retrieved 11 August 2016.
  85. Jump up^ "TATJANA PATITZ"www.fashionmodeldirectory.com. FMD - The Fashion Model Directory. Retrieved 11 August 2016.
  86. Jump up^ Okwodu, Janelle. "Now This Is a Supermodel"Vogue (www.vogue.com). Conde Nast ("As the long-standing face of Sander's eponymous line, Patitz came to represent the designer's minimal elegance for a generation of consumers"). Retrieved 10 August 2016.
  87. Jump up^ "Nick Knight Exhibition"www.LikeYou.com. likeyou artnetwork: ("Nick Knight has continuously empowered women through his imagery. In "Sander" (1997) the model, Tatjana Patitz, remains strong, fierce and feminine despite her downward gaze and obscured face. Juxtaposed with the sheerness of the fabric and delicate colouring, Knight's image for the Jil Sander 1992 campaign celebrates the balance of women's strength and fragility, and like the designer Knight set the standards for 1990s minimalism through sophisticated lines" ). Retrieved 11 August 2016.
  88. Jump up^ Rosen, Miss. "Fashion, Art & Photography Meet in the Work of Nick Knight"www.craveonline.com. CraveOnline Media, LLC, an Evolve Media, LLC company. Retrieved 11 August 2016.
  89. Jump up^ "The Gang's All Here: 7 Iconic Group Model Vogue Covers"www.vogue.com. Conde Nast Publications. Retrieved 12 August 2016.
  90. Jump up^ Olivier, Dana. "Executive Fashion And Beauty Editor"www.huffingtonpost.com. Huffington Post. Retrieved 10 May 2016.
  91. Jump up^ Okwodu, Janelle. "Vogue.com Fashion News Writer"www.vogue.com. Vogue. Retrieved 10 Dec 2015.
  92. Jump up^ Okwodu, Janelle. "Now This Is a Supermodel"www.vogue.com. Conde Nast. Retrieved 10 December 2015.
  93. Jump up^ "Michael J. Fox proves he's still laughing in the face of Parkinson's disease as he hams it up for new calendar"The Daily Mail, 18 September 2010.
  94. Jump up^ Tatjana Patitz at International Vegetarian Union