The first photo shoot is in the can! Since 2015, Stephan Görner and Sven Müller have been putting people from the Rhine-Main region in the limelight, who usually do not wear tailored suits and have unusual, sometimes dangerous professions. Thus, among others, the sewage plant diver, the industrial climber, the nurse on a corona station and the sewer worker could be photographed. These people have been photographed by Manuel Dorn since 2021. Recognition, appreciation and respect for these professions and the people behind them are the message of the campaign.
This year, the starting shot was fired in the bar and club scene of Frankfurt. 1.88 m, 110 kg, muscle-packed, striking face, so Pit Bonnie Parker (53J) stood at night in the station district at the door of the Pik Dame. For 15 years, he had to explain to the party crowd why they might not be able to join the party tonight. And with his looks, there was little backtalk. Yet the trained sports and fitness merchant is a lovable guy. He plays chess and backgammon, still does "old men's fitness" three times a week, as he describes it, and loves riding his motorcycle. He has refined a Harley Davidson FRX from 1986. Since the corona pandemic, he has withdrawn a little from nightlife and works for his friend Thorsten Morawietz at the box office and counter of the Dramatische Bühne in Frankfurt. Sometimes he can also be seen on stage as a screen actor. Then he dresses up, just like in the photo shoot for Kleider machen Leute.
"Usually I wear sneakers and jeans. Only two times a year I go out with my buddies from the "Rat Pack clique" fine. Cigar lounge, cocktail bars and later to the clubs. For these occasions we put on our tuxedos, Pit smiles and adds, "people just aren't used to that from us." Now he can shine with a new suit from tailor Stephan Görner. He tailored a fabric by Italian weaver Ariston from their Hollywood collection in silver-black on his muscular body.
With this suit he will also stroll down the red carpet and walk the catwalk at the charity gala, the lighthouse project of the "Clothes make the man" campaign on Saturday, March 25, 2023 at the Hotel Kempinski Frankfurt-Gravenbruch. "The donations from the charity gala will go to the LEBERECHT Foundation, which we have supported since 2015 and for which we have already collected more than 180,000 euros for children in need and their families," says Sven Müller, who is once again responsible for the complete organization this year.
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