Lifestyle

Being a Gentleman...
Accessories: Fossil

Gentleman is a big word. So many of us want or lets say try to be one. But not everyone gets the point when we are talking about the real definition of a gentleman. When I say real, I don’t want to judge anyone. I just think that there’s a difference between being a gentleman naturally or acting/pretending to be one. Because it’s not only about clothes, even though it’s a great tool to help you to look and therefore feel like a gentleman.

Fashionably functional in daily grind...
Functional bodywear: CALIDA

As you already know, I’m not only active when it comes to work and travel but also in sports and other lively activities. When there’s some leisure time on my side.

Hotel Morning – woke up like this…
Sleep- & Loungewear: CALIDA

As you make your bed, you must lie on it. You’ve got a point there. And most preferably you like to sleep in your own bed, because sleeping in the familiar plumes is the most beautiful thing.

We all smile in the same language…
Whitening Stripes: Alpine White www.alpinewhite.ch

Smiling is healthy and has an effect like medicine. It all goes easier with a smile. A smile is the prettiest thing you can wear. These are just a few of the most common quotes about smiling.

For me personally, smiling is important. Of course because of my job too since many of the commercial clients expect a refreshing and real smile. However I love to laugh in private as well. I always try to go through my life with a smile on my face and see the things in a positive way.

The sporty chic – keep it casual…
Sportswear: EMYUN

Many people ask me, how I dress in my private life. And normally, my answer surprises people as they are expecting another answer from a male model. Well, if I am not on a job or invited to an event, I prefer just jumping into cozy clothes. I love it to hang around in jogging pants and t-shirt all day long.

Summer, Sun, Sunshine – finally you are here…
Beachwear Calvin Klein & Diesel by PKZ

Yes, I am a sun worshiper – even a lot. This was not always the case. Far from it! As a child I was pretty afraid of the sun. I tried to avoid the sun either at home or on vacation almost like the sunrays would hurt my sensible skin. You can ask my mother if you want, what torture she had with me. She, the one who wanted to enjoy the sun as much as possible, had always searched for shadow because of me, applied sunscreen with protection factor 50 and worried about carrying a hat and t-shirt.