Patitz relocated to Skanor the town of Skanor, which is located on the coast located in Skanor, a coastal town in the South of Sweden at the age of quite young. Her birthplace was in Hamburg, Germany to an Estonian mother and a German father. Patitz claimed that she has did not sell her soul during a 2020 interview and instead said her competitive horse-riding nature was the reason she won her the Elite Model Contest in Stockholm in 1983, at just 17. The trip Paris and a contract that is time-bound third-place winners receive an award. In Vogue back in 1988 Tatjana was unable to work for a while after the fame was born.
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German photographer Peter Lindbergh is an important character in the career of Patitz. He favored images that had natural beauty, and refused to touch photographs; this brought fame to his natural images. Lindbergh took pictures of Patitz in his “White Shirts: Six Supermodels, Malibu” image in 1988. He also took in January of 1990 for the British Vogue cover. George Michael used this cover in his “Freedom ’90” music video that he directed with identical models.
Patitz was among the first supermodels. She was never part of the “pack” because she lived in California rather than Paris and New York. Patitz was more concerned with animals and nature than in an urban area. That’s why she chose to reside in California instead of any other city. People were impressed by her beauty and passion for life. Anna Wintour, the global editorial director of Vogue and chief content officer at Conde Nast, praises Tatjana’s mysterious chic. Romy Schneider, a mix of Monica Vitti perfectly exemplifies this quality according to Wintour.
Patitz looked attractive and feminine effortlessly and with class. Her style was evident by her education to become an actress. She told American Vogue in 1988, “Tatjana: Million Dollar Beauty,” everyone noticed her distinctive looks and commented about her appearance. Therefore, they believed that she would be successful due to her appearance.