Getting in the mood for the gala with a new campaign motif
They are called Udo, Thi Hai, Christopher, Petros, Nicole or Alexander by their first names. They have unusual jobs such as aircraft tractor driver, road safety mechanic, bicycle courier or pest controller. These people are the focus of the 4th Charity Gala “Clothes make the man“, which will take place on Saturday, November 10, 2018 at the Hotel Kempinski in Gravenbruch.
The campaign “Clothes make the man“, whose initiators are Stephan Görner and Sven Müller, honours people with extraordinary, heavy, strenuous or dangerous jobs. The photo works of Angela Kropp and Daniel Baldus aim at recognition, appreciation and respect for these professional groups, without whom a normal life in a big city such as Frankfurt would be impossible. They ensure that these occupational groups are authentically photographed at the workplace before and after in a noble costume or in a tailor-made suit by Stephan Görner. The social event focuses on elegant fashion for women and men, lifestyle, dancing, but also on doing good for the charity idea. Over the past three years, more than 90,000 euros have been donated to the Leberecht Foundation from the proceeds of the raffle and donations. Patron for the first time is Bundestag Vice President Wolfgang Kubicki, who strolled across the catwalk last year as a model.
The gala is moderated by the charming radio presenter Evren Gezer. Star guest is Natascha Wright, ex-singer of La Bouche, who will sing her greatest hits of the 90s. Besides Natascha Wright, the NYC Jazz Quartet provided dinner and dance music. At a later hour DJ KC plays until the early hours of the morning. A highlight will be the VIP fashion show, where five well-known personalities in tailor-made suits and costumes by Stephan Görner will take to the catwalk to present his fashion. The successors of Wolfgang Bosbach, Wolfgang Kubicki, the actors Peter Lohmeyer, Mark Keller and GNTM winner Kim Hnizdo are:
The actress Liz Baffoe
Newsreader and presenter Jens Riewa
Actor Jochen Horst
Actor Günther Maria Halmer
b>Playboy-Playmate Delfina Aziri
300 guests are expected at Hotel Kempinski Gravenbruch. Tickets cost 250 Euro. Included are the champagne reception, the 3-course canlelight dinner, exquisite wines from the Winebank and all drinks. “A really good price performance ratio like Stephan Görner and Sven Müller, who find initiators of the social highlight“. A lottery ticket for the tombola costs 10 Euro.
entrance tickets are still available under www.kleider-machen-leute.net
For the attunement to the Gala there is still another new campaign motive, which stands under the slogan „exchange safety shoes against custom-made suit“.
The MyZeil shopping center is still a big construction site, says Stefan Pape (36), site manager of general contractor Emmeluth, who has been responsible for converting it into a unique gastronomy and entertainment destination since January 2018. 50 craftsmen work in three shifts, 24 hours a day, so that the work on the new catering concept “Foodopia“ is completed on time for the grand opening in April 2019. “The activities that cause a lot of noise are therefore only carried out at night so as not to disturb shop owners and visitors“, says Pape, who is also the contact person for the many shop operators in the centre. Architectural highlights are the spectacularly curved glass roof and the longest internal self-supporting escalator in Europe (42 metres). Among other things, Pape is responsible for ensuring that logistics runs smoothly until the escalators are installed. The aim is not only to guide all visitors to the 4th floor in 90 seconds using the Expressway, but also to get them from the 4th floor via the 3rd floor to the 2nd floor in less than 120 seconds and then back via the existing escalators to the Zeil exit on the ground floor. To find a logistical masterpiece like Stephan Görner and Sven Müller, who took this opportunity to integrate the profession of site manager into the campaign “Clothes make people“. At the photo shooting of Angela Kropp, Stefan Pape exchanged his safety shoes, safety vest and helmet for a made-to-measure suit from Görner. “Otherwise I rarely wear a suit“ says Pape, who likes to travel or go to the cinema with his wife. Pape is one of twelve models who have themselves photographed in costume or suit for the campaign. Recognition,
Appreciation and respect for extraordinary professions and the people behind them are the message.