Hana Nitsche was the runner-up on the second cycle of Germany’s Next Top Model. She’s also one of the latest ladies to say “Fur? I’d rather go naked” for PETA. We’d rather you go naked, too, Hana.
Born in the town of Jeseník in the Czech Republic, Hana Nitsche jumpstarted her modeling career in Germany, when a Pirelli-inspired calendar shoot with German Chocolatier “Lambertz” landed her on the front page of a German newspaper, as you can read on her official website.
Nitsche won the 2005 competition Model of the World Germany. In 2007 she participated in the talent show Germany’s Next Top Model, where she finished in third place in the final. Since her participation in the show, she was a model at fashion shows for Unrath & Strano, Mango, Allude, Guido Maria Kretschmer and Lena Hoschek. Since 2005, she appeared in editorials and on covers of magazines Harper’s Bazaar (Arabia), Elle (Turkey), Maxim (Germany, USA), Glamour, FHM (Germany, France, The Netherlands), Cosmopolitan (Cyprus), Women’ s Health (USA), Spoil Me (Greece) and GQ (Italy). This was followed by photo shoots and promotional appearances for the company Anson, C & A, Karstadt, Volvo, Opel, Herbal Essences and Esprit. For the resident of New York City department store Lord & Taylor Nitsche advertised in a commercial, which aired on US television.
She also appeared in music videos, including Marquess, Barış Akarsu, Michael Mind or Max Mutzke. In the movie Männerherzen she had in 2009 a minor role. In the same year she complained to the first participant of Germany’s Next Top Model from the contracts of the talent show. Hana Nitsche was for a photo shoot of the fashion brand Camp David together with the Swedish model Marcus Schenkenberg front of the camera and was 2011 for the anti-fur campaign of PETA nude photograph. For Stephan Pelger she was seen at the Berlin Fashion Week 2011 on the catwalk. From December 2012 to February 2013 Nitsche was associated with American entrepreneur