What Is Tatjana Patitz’s Net Worth and Salary?
Tatjana Patitz Net Worth: Tatjana, a German actress and model, has a net worth in excess of $14 million. Patitz started modelling when she was a teenager and became a prominent model in the 1980s. More than 200 magazines covers have featured her, including those from the American, British and Italian editions of “Vogue.”
Tatjana is among the five original supermodels, along with Cindy Crawford and Naomi Campbell and Linda Evangelista and Christy Turlington. The women also appeared together in George Michael’s “Freedom!” “90” music video. “Rolling Stone” magazine placed it #11 on its 2021 list of “The 100 Greatest Music Videos.”
Patitz is an actress who has appeared in “Rising Sun”, “Ready to Wear”, and “Restraining Order” (1999), as well as the television series “The Larry Sanders Show” (1995), and “The Single Guy” (1996). She also appears in the music videos “Duran Duran: Skin Trade” (1987) or “Korn: I’m Bad” (2000). International commercials have also featured Patitz for Revlon and Ralph Lauren, Cartier, Pantene, and Levi jeans.
Tatjana Patitz was conceived in Hamburg, Germany on May 25, 1966. Patitz was born in Skanor in Sweden. Her father, a travel journalist, allowed her family to live in many countries. Her mother was a professional dancer and performed at the Paris cabaret Le Lido. Tatjana, now 7, learned to ride horses at age 7. She also attended horse camps while she was staying with her family in Mallorca, Spain. Patitz said that horseback riding is something she associates with freedom, connection, and dedication.
Tatjana was 17 when she entered the 1983 Elite Model Look contest. She came third. She signed a modeling contract and moved to Paris. In 1985, Tatjana appeared on the cover of British Vogue. Patitz started working with Peter Lindbergh that year. In his book “10 Women,” Lindbergh said of Tatjana, “I admire Tatjana for her determination and willingness to stay herself.” She is very gentle, but she is strong and can stand up for her opinions.
It’s always a pleasure to spend time with her. You can’t help but admire her, and you have fallen in love with her over the years. Patitz was featured in an editorial in French Vogue in 1985. She then moved to New York to model for American Vogue and Cosmopolitan. Tatjana was photographed by Irving Penn in “Colored Contact Lenses,” which was published in the December 1985 issue of Vogue.
It was also featured in “On The Edge”: Images from 100 Years of Vogue in 1992 as one of the most iconic photos of that era. Patitz was featured on the cover of Italian Vogue twice in 1986. The following year she was photographed by Revlon for their “The Most Unforgettable women in the World” ad campaign. In 1987, Patitz appeared on American “Vogue’s” cover for the first time.
She began working with photographer Herb Ritts and became the subject of “Tatjana Veiled head (tight view), Joshua Tree 1988,” one of his most iconic photographs. Patitz was on American “Vogue’s cover for two months consecutively in 1989.
During the ’90s Tatjana was a model for Versace, Chanel and Valentino. Her eponymous fashion brand, Jil Sander, was also represented by Tatjana. Patitz signed a cosmetics deal with Germaine Montil in 1992. She was also named by “New York Magazine” as one of the top 10 supermodels in the world. She was featured on the cover of the Chinese edition of Harper’s Bazaar in 2000. In 2001, “Elle UK”, and “Elle” followed her.
She was featured in Kookai’s 2003 Spring/Summer campaign, and Jigsaw’s 2004 Fall/Winter Campaign. Juergen Teller, a photographer, included Tatjana’s “Cover Girls” portfolio in the September 2006 issue of “W Magazine.” Also that year, her interior design style was featured in “Livingetc”.
Patitz walked on the runway for Jean Paul Gaultier in 2009, modeling his Hermes Winter/Fall collection. She was a part of Karl Lagerfeld’s 2010 Chanel Cruise show, “Coco on the Lido”, in Venice. In 2011, she was the spokesperson for Shiseido’s cosmetics campaign. Tatjana was featured on the cover for “Numero China” 2013 and she also starred with Jane Fonda in an L’Oreal Age Perfect ad campaign in 2014.
She was mentioned in “Vogue’s” 2020 article “Who Was Tatjana Paitz, The Most Mysterious of The Original Supers?” The “Harper’s Bazaar article” “The 21 Top Fashion Supermodels that Ruled Fashion in the 1990s.” In a 2021 article by “L’Officiel”, Tatjana was referred to as “the most beautiful person of the decade.”
Tatjana had a son in 2004. In 2019, Tatjana told Mercedes-AMG’s “63Magazine” that her son Jonah is the reason she lives happily. I feel balanced and satisfied by my friends, animals, and the natural world. I would love to see someone compassionate and open-minded go out into the world. Jonah must have self-belief and the ability to express his opinions and be himself. Patitz spoke out about his age and stated that he is proud of his wrinkles.
Each one was my work and I own them all. It is wonderful to grow older. You get wiser and more mature Beauty is being kind and caring for others. Beauty isn’t just about the appearance of a person, it’s also about everything that makes them unique. Tatjana is a vegetarian, animal rights advocate, and she appeared in a PSA in 2007 for Orangutan Outreach. Their mission is to “protect orangutans’ native forests of Sumatra and Borneo while caring for orphaned or displaced orangutans” until they are able to return to their natural habitat.