Tatjana, the Goddess

06/04/2015

Tatjana Patitz in Die Tiere der Göttin / Vogue Germany December 1994 (photography: Wayne Maser, styling: Phillip Bloch) via fashioned by love / british fashion blog
I had a feeling this would happen - finding an editorial from the past that would speak to me, make it impossible not to share the love and emotions on the blog, among the glossy and freshly printed contenders. Sometimes I think that if God had to choose a woman to represent Mother Nature, Tatjana would be the one, in all her gorgeousness, natural warmth, soft sensuality and, of course, surrounded by her beloved animals. 

Such a beautiful editorial from the December 1994 issue of German Vogue photographed by Wayne Maser. 

Tatjana Patitz in Die Tiere der Göttin / Vogue Germany December 1994 (photography: Wayne Maser, styling: Phillip Bloch) via fashioned by love / british fashion blog
Tatjana Patitz in Die Tiere der Göttin / Vogue Germany December 1994 (photography: Wayne Maser, styling: Phillip Bloch) via fashioned by love / british fashion blog
Tatjana Patitz in Die Tiere der Göttin / Vogue Germany December 1994 (photography: Wayne Maser, styling: Phillip Bloch) via fashioned by love / british fashion blog
Photo source: Tatjana Patitz in Die Tiere der Göttin / Vogue Germany December 1994 (photography: Wayne Maser, styling: Phillip Bloch)

11 comments:

  1. Great editorial, she is beautiful!

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  2. I've always wondered what her name was!! gorgeous.

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  3. I think you might just be right about God's choice for a woman to represent mother earth :) Happy Easter, Natalia!
    xox,
    Cee

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  4. so cute pics= ]

    xoxo


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  5. That last image is my favourite - so beautiful!

    Tara x

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  6. I love when you retrieve editorials from the past that deserve being remembered!
    Baci,
    Coco et La vie en rose fashion blog - Valeria Arizzi

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  7. You've summed her beauty up perfectly with what you've said, her face truly seems to represent such a lot - and only good things, of course!

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice

    x

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  8. her eyes and bone structure are so striking.
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  9. What a unique thought ! I agree, what a good face for Mother nature, with all of her natural beauty, radiant sun kissed patina, and the furry creatures that seem to be part of her!
    XX, Elle
    http://mydailycostume.com

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  10. She was huge at that time. Would love to see more of her these days.

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