SEPTEMBER

BACK TO BACK BIRTHDAY FEELS WITH PAWEL BEDNAREK & PRIM PATNASIRI by Michael Seifert

This month, TALENTMAN celebrates the life, career & success of two of our warriors. Since joining the board, Pawel Bednarek has expanded his international placements in LA & Mexico. Stay tuned as our Polish stunner makes waves in Mexico this October 2017!

Our 'oriental pearl' Prim Patnasiri is on her way to becoming an iconic brand in fashion! Currently the campaign face of The Body Shop worldwide, this Thai beauty has been successfully placed in London & Stockholm with top representation. Back in London looking better than ever, the future is looking bright for Prim! Follow Pawel & Prim's journey's on social media for the latest news on the warriors here: @mrpawelbednarek & @primpatnasiri! Happy Birthday to the both of you! 

PRIM PATNASIRI TALKS POLITICS, RACE, & MENTAL HEALTH IN A HIGH SNOBIETY EXCLUSIVE by Michael Seifert

High Snobiety sits down with our 'oriental pearl' Prim Patnasiri who proves that beauty & brains still exist in the modeling industry today.

"We cast Prim to be one of the few womenswear models in the men's shows in January – her look became one of the most iconic of our season. Interested in work behind the camera, Prim is also inquisitive and informed, planning to direct her own work in the coming years. Constantly questioning how we receive and perceive information, we look forward seeing her own work very soon…" - High Snobiety

Prim furthermore discusses: "One thing I am noticing is the selective coverage of media and how it only portrays what sells and not what matters, for example, the war in Syria. Trump is causing a lot of controversies right now which gets so much attention but still, no one seems to know what to do about the bombing and killings in Syria…"

When asked about the future of fashion, Prim had much on her mind. "I think the future of fashion will incorporate more gender-neutral concepts since there has been a large movement recently that encourages people to consider a person’s gender on a spectrum rather than through defined labels," she states.

"I'm also fascinated by Bhutan because it is a country that doesn’t use modernization and technology to influence their country.  Their way of life has not changed in years – it's also interesting that they limit the number of people who can visit their country," she expresses. 

Finally, Prim shares how everything seems to be built to make life more convenient for people. "For example, if you want to watch live jazz music you can just do that on youtube. You don’t need to travel all the way to a jazz bar to do that. Getting out of your comfort zone and actually doing things, in reality, is a much better way to create experiences in life," Prim says.

Prim is lensed by Daniel Fraser with art direction by Atip W & video chats by Oliver Boo.

Keep up with Prim on social media here: @primpatnasiri for the latest happenings!