Thorben Gartner model
6 ft 2 in | 188 cm
36.5 in | 93 cm
39 in | 98 cm
31 in | 79 cm
11.5 US | 45 EU
Thorben Gartner was born in Zetel, Lower Saxony, Germany, in 1991, is an German male model. He was discovered on Facebook, by model scout.
He made his runway debut for Calvin Klein in 2012.
Long time highly ranked on Hot List by models.com.
Thorben's hobbies are playing golf, handball, traveling and fitness.
Lives in Berlin, Germany.
Caleo Magazine, South China Morning Post Style, Caleo, Numero Homme Germany, Apollo, Wonderland, Made in Brazil Cover, GQ Style Brasil, HERO, Essential Homme, ODDA Magazine, L'Officiel Hommes Germany, CHAOS Magazine.
Ermenegildo Zegna, Carlo Pignatelli, Calvin Klein, Thomas Pink.
Walked runway for Brioni, Calvin Klein, Corneliani, Versace, Rag & Bone, Giorgio Armani, Canali, Daks, Emporio Armani, Ports 1961, Perry Ellis, Ermanno Scervino, Moncler, Philipp Plein, Hackett, Etro, Fashion Rocks, Trussardi, Dirk Bikkembergs, Patrik Ervell, Jack Spade, Porsche Design, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Roccobarocco.
Represented by agencies New York VNY Models, Paris Success Models, Barcelona Sight Management Studio, Hamburg Kult Model Agency.
I think my eyebrows are a pretty good feature, and that I can always get the people I work with to smile.
I like New York a lot. It has a really special atmosphere and I just feel good every time I’m there.
Life is full of mysteries.
I used to work in a bank and one day a woman contacted me on Facebook to ask for my measurements and whether I would be interested in doing some modelling!
I like mixing one-off designer pieces with high street basics. I have this great Burberry coat, which I’ll pair with a simple Uniqlo white T-shirt. I like to keep a clean look.
In modelling, you’re taught to be aware of every part of your body and to hold it in a certain way, but when you’re acting, you need to forget all of that, let go and be natural in front of the camera which is much harder than it sounds.
I don’t really have a nickname, but since most of the people at shoots started calling me Thor I would go with that… It’s actually pretty cool!