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The homosexual influencer Riccardo Simonetti advocates openly for more tolerance. In 2021, he even founded a nonprofit association called the Riccardo Simonetti Initiative, whose goal is to “provide information and create visibility for marginalized and disadvantaged groups in society.”
Jonas Huckstorf c/o KStiegemeyer photographed jack-of-all-trades Riccardo Simonetti for SCHÖN! Magazine. Responsible for styling was Ingo NAHRWOLD c/o BIGOUDI.
At the age of fourteen, Riccardo already presented a show on local radio, and at sixteen, he played in the youth ensemble of the Salzburg State Theatre. His blog, which was one of the most successful in Germany, opened doors for him in the media world.
Today, Riccardo Simonetti has his own TV show, which has set new viewer rating records, and is a bestselling author and popular television personality. And from February to December, 2021, he also found the time to serve as the LGBT* Special Ambassador of the European Parliament.
GoSee : riccardosimonetti.com & bigoudi.de
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We present you the Canadian model with South Sudanese roots, Nya GATBEL c/o LOUISA MODELS, in the XXL spread ‘buckarettes’, photographed by Amanda Pratt.
SCHÖN! : “Welcome to this alternative take on the Wild West photographed by Amanda Pratt under the creative direction of Katelyn Mooney with illustrations by Katy Smail. Models Nya Gatbel and Maia Hannemann are clad in clothing from Harvest Moon, Levi’s, Cosabella, among others, styled by Calvy Click. Hair was taken care of by Yoichi Tomizawa with makeup by Viktorija Bowers.”
Buckarette is the female form of buckaroo : “a cowboy; specifically, a working cowboy who generally does not partake in rodeos,” and also a synonym for “a reckless, headstrong person.”
GoSee : louisa-models.de
Client SCHÖN! Magazine
Creative Director Katelyn Mooney
Hair Yoichi Tomizawa
Makeup Viktoria Jabowers
Model Nya Gatbel
Illustration Katy Smail
Photographer Amanda Pratt
17.08.2022 show complete article