The German model and actress, Tatjana Patitz died on January 11 at the age of 56. The actress rose to fame on a global scale in the 1980s and 1990s by promoting fashion designers on runways and in magazines such as Elle, Harper’s Bazaarand Vogue.
According to the statement, “In California, Tatiana died. Breast cancer was the explanation for death. Her child, sister, and oldsters are the only people she has left.”
While fighting breast cancer, the famous supermodel of the 90s died. Patitz was one of the “Big Five” supermodels who appeared in George Michael’s 1990 music video “Freedom! ’90” and is known for appearing in editorial, commercial, and art photographs by Herb Ritts and Peter Lindbergh.
Patitz was described by Vogue creative director Grace Coddington as one of the first supermodels and indispensable for photo shoots and catwalk appearances in her 2012 memoir.
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According to Harper’s Bazaar, “In fact, Patitz’s qualities are virtually confusing. The enigmatic powers of line and luminosity defy categorization, as in Garbo or the Mona Lisa.” Tatjana Patitz was probably the most requested models.
Even editor-in-chief of Vogue Anna Wintour, once stated that Patitz has at all times been one of her favourite models. The minimalist 1990s and the exhibitionist 1980s fused Patitz’s work in a way that remained, as Barker noted: “Her most enduring photographs are when she actually looked like herself.”
According to author Linda Sivertsen, Patitz has an awesome hand at establishing the value of statuesque, curvaceous beauty in a field where extreme thinness is the norm. She made an appearance in the Korn music video for the song “Make Me Bad”, which peaked at number ten on the Mainstream Rock Songs chart in 2000.
The 1999 thriller Restraining Order featured her in the lead role. Patitz was recognized by Marie Claire magazine in 2020 as among the best supermodels to dominate the runway in the 1990s.