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Brad Kroenig

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Birth Date: April 23, 1979
Nationality: United States
The mid-west doesn’t play around when it comes
to handsome men; born April 23, 1979 in the heart
of St. Louis, Missouri, Brad Kroenig has been
nothing less than a godsend. Originally on the
pursuit to make soccer a career, Kroenig’s plans
soon changed after he was approached by an
agent. Making his debut in 2002 with Abercrombie
& Fitch, it’s been nothing but smooth sailing since
then. Working alongside of Naomi Campbell that
same year, Kronig has since been featured on
numerous covers, editorials and campaigns. Best
known as Karl Lagerfeld's muse for close to 5 years
and working with Karl on his various lines, Brad has
still worked with many other top designers and
brands such as Roberto Cavalli, DKNY,and Gap.
Besides basking in his success, Kroenig still enjoys
a good game of soccer and is intrigued with real-
estate. He just celebrated the birth of a healthy
baby boy in 2008.

Convert in / cm
Hair Eyes Height (in) Shoe (us)
Brown Hazel 6ft 1in 10
Hair Eyes Height (cm) Shoe (us)
Brown Hazel 185.4 10

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Rules Suits
Esquire U.S. (Editorial)
published: April 2012
True Religion S/S 12
True Religion (Advertising)
season: Spring/Summer 2012
photographer: Alexi Lubomirski
Fendi S/S 12
Fendi (Advertising)
season: Spring/Summer 2012
photographer: Karl Lagerfeld
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The Tale Of Fairy
Chanel (Lookbook/Catalog)
published: November 2011
photographer: Karl Lagerfeld
2000's Back To The Future
V Man (Editorial)
published: November 2011
photographer: Irina Werning
Hudson Kroenig and Brad Kroenig for The ...
Portrait (Editorial)
published: October 2011
Le Chateau Holiday 2011
Various Campaigns (Advertising)
season: Fall/Winter 2011
photographer: Max Abadian
Fendi F/W 11
Fendi (Advertising)
season: Fall/Winter 2011
photographer: Karl Lagerfeld
Ford Models Brad Kroenig 10 Year Promo
Portrait (Other)
published: September 2011
Le Chateau Fall 2011 Cover and Campaign
Various Covers (Magazine Cover)
published: September 2011
photographer: Max Abadian