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Celebrity • Up and down and all around - tennis superstar Angelique Kerber, 173 cm Porsche brand ambassador 2018, skillfully striking in PORSCHE mag - with photos by Julia KELTSCH c/o AVENGER PHOTOGRAPHERS

07.08.2018 • Angelique Kerber, the Porsche brand ambassador in 2018, was photographed by Julia KELTSCH c/o AVENGER PHOTOGRAPHERS for PORSCHE magazine : Angie reloaded! The German tennis player just recently shamed all of her critics as liars and demonstrated with her phenomenal Wimbledon victory that she has some bad-ass ovaries. With 6:3 against Serena Williams on 14 July 2018, she won her third Grand Slam tournament. After 22 years and Steffi Graf's last Wimbledon title in 1996, she is the first German competitor to win the tournament. Angelique Kerber is now ranking number four by the WTA. "We congratulate Angie on her great victory at Wimbledon!" AVENGER tells GoSee and we are delighted to do the same. The executive agency was C3 Creative Code and Content. angelique-kerber.de

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Celebrity • 20 Things You Didn’t Know about Dan Cadan – Author, Director, Father, ... and now under contract at London-based agency The Graft

06.08.2018 • Director Dan CADAN is now under contract at London-based agency THE GRAFT. Born on 2 January 1975 in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England, he celebrated the debut of his film 'Walk Like a Panther' in Manchester this March. At his side was his fiance, the actress Lena Headey. Dan Cadan started his career as a runner on the set of Guy Ritchie's film 'Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels' and moved up to become his personal assistant for the film ' Snatch'.

Dan Cadan, who has also made a name for himself as an author, works on a series of additional projects with Madonna – for instance as Second Unit Director of her documentary entitled 'I‘m Going to Tell You a Secret' from 2005. For Madonna's concert film 'Madonna: Sticky & Sweet Tour', he was Camera Operator, and as co-author he contributed to her film 'Filth and Wisdom'.

Dan Cadan celebrated successes with his wrestler film comedy 'Walk Like a Panther', about a group of over-the-hill wrestling stars from the 80s who slipped into their Lycra outfits again to save their beloved pub. We took the opportunity to share 20 facts...

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Celebrity • 'Desus and Mero' – the very last campaign of the VICELAND Late-Night Talk Show, photographed by Micaiah CARTER c/o GIANT ARTISTS

03.08.2018 • Desus & Mero was an American late-night TV talk show with presenters Desus Nice and The Kid Mero. The series ran from 17 October 2016 until its abrupt ending on 28 June 2018 in Viceland. Micaiah CARTER c/o GIANT ARTISTS photographed the last campaign with the two late-nighters from VICELAND... We have two motifs for you on GoSee. Find out more about them on vulture.com : "Desus and Mero recently chatted with the drama site to talk about leaving their viral Viceland show behind for a new late-night series on Showtime." vulture.com///desus-and-mero-say-vice-abruptly-ended-their-contract

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Celebrity • Obstacle runner Amelia Boone 'on grit, grace and going hard...' on the cover of RUNNER’S WORLD magazine - with photos by Jake Stangel c/o GIANT ARTISTS

25.07.2018 • Amelia Boone is a world-famous American obstacle runner. In her first life, she was a lawyer for the law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, and she now works for Apple Inc. in San Jose, California. Born in 1983, Amelia Boone is one of the most successful obstacle course racing athletes of all times – winning competitions including the Spartan Race World Championship in 2013 and the World's Toughest Mudder, perhaps the most extreme, crazy, breathtaking obstacle race on the planet, and that a total of three times: 2012, 2014 and 2015. In 2014, she won the WTM title only eight weeks after a major knee operation. Jake STANGEL c/o GIANT ARTISTS photographed the exceptional athlete for the cover of RUNNER'S WORLD. ameliabooneracing.com

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Celebrity • 'Land of Hope', the book cover portrait of author, SPD politician and Financial Minister of the Federal Republic of Germany OLAF SCHOLZ with grooming by Petra SULGER c/o CLOSEUP-AGENCY

18.07.2018 • “The new reality bears more opportunities than risk.” At the moment, we are experiencing a fundamental shift in the perception of our country. Germany has become a land of hope for many people in the world. Our open, liberal and secular society promises an attractive way of life in freedom and safety. Immigration has thus become a new reality in Germany which requires shaping. What we need now is a pragmatic policy which carefully weighs the risks, while, at the same time, recognizes the benefits which result from immigration. Olaf Scholz advocates a policy of self-confident hope and indicates ways for Germany to master this global challenge – and also profit from it, according to publishing company HOFFMANN UND CAMPE on the book by its prominent author Olaf Scholz, who has been Vice-Chancellor and Financial Minister of the Federal Republic of Germany since 14 March 2018. The book cover was photographed by Florian Jaenicke, with grooming by Petra SULGER c/o CLOSEUP-AGENCY. olafscholz.de & hoffmann-und-campe.de//hoffnungsland

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Celebrity • Portrait of Swiss sprint Queen Mujinga Kambundji in DAS MAGAZIN – photos by Gian Paul LOZZA c/o JULIA WALDMANN

17.07.2018 • Studio Andreas Wellnitz commissioned Gian Paul LOZZA to portray popular Swiss track athlete Mujinga Kambundji for a spread in DAS MAGAZIN – a weekly supplement of Tages Anzeiger, Basler Zeitung, Berner Zeitung and Der Bund. Mujinga Kambundji, daughter of a Swiss mother and Congolese father, holds the Swiss record in 100- and 60-meter sprint. In 2018, she was the first Swiss sprinter to win the Bronze medal at the indoor Track & Field Championship in Birmingham. Plus, she is with her record of 7.03 seconds on the team at the Swiss Indoor Championships in Magglingen, and is today the fifth fastest European woman in the history of the 60-meter sprint. mujinga-kambundji.ch

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Celebrity • The Watch of Champions – sports legend Péle and Usain Bolt advertise for HUBLOT Luxury Watches, with portraits by Sandro BAEBLER c/o SEVERIN WENDELER

16.07.2018 • "It is an honor for me to represent Hublot, a brand which stands for innovation and watchmaking tradition. It shares my passion for soccer." Edson Arantes do Nascimento (Pelé).

Former professional soccer player and three-time World Champion Péle became the brand ambassador for the new HUBLOT UEFA Champions League watch. Sandro BAEBLER c/o SEVERIN WENDELER photographed the world-famous Brazilian wearing the luxury watch on his wrist. And the fastest man of all time Usain Bolt also advertises for HUBLOT and the 'Big Bang Unico Usain Bolt' Edition named after him. The campaign motif was also shot by Sandro Baebler. Hublot is a Swiss watch manufacturer headquartered in Nyon. Today, his watches are among the most expensive and exclusive in the world – and with its 5-million watch, Hublot holds the world record for the most expensive watch at the moment. hublot.com

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Celebrity • 'No Shame' pop singer and producer Lily Allen in stylist magazine, photographed by Tom van Schelven c/o MAKING PICTURES

10.07.2018 • 'No Shame' is the name of the new album of British pop singer Lily Allen. The release also caused a scandal since she advertised her new album with a photo of her bits... A bit more chaste was the fashion shoot with Tom van Schelven c/o MAKING PICTURES, who had the honor of staging her on the topic of color-blocking. But here as well, Lily Allen had a thing or two to say when asked about the title of the new album:

"The purveyors of shame are the patriarchy. That’s how people control women, especially the Daily Mail. The sidebar of shame [on dailymail.co.uk] is a prime example: “How dare you leave the house without being in full hair & make-up, you disgusting human being! Look we’ve caught you!”

But [women] don’t only feel shame about things projected on to us, but about things we should feel proud of. I’ve been made to feel that maybe I’m not responsible for my success – maybe it is all Mark Ronson, maybe it is the record company. It’s imposter syndrome, which is shame as well. We’re as bad at not claiming things for ourselves as the people pointing the finger. We...

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