People & VIPs
When will she finally design for female soccers?
What was that again about these people who can't be pigeonholed? They are quickly seen as eccentric, creative, independent, sometimes perhaps even "difficult", but of course they are reluctant to compromise, preferring to set their own standards.
"Soccer can also be abused"
Steffi Jones - the soccer born in Frankfurt am Main in 1972 is something of an icon with her successes, including with the German national team. Things didn't go quite ideally for Jones when she took on responsibility as a coach - but that's history. Today, the smart Jones deals with completely different topics and Style PASS had the opportunity to talk to her. And: Of course, it was still about soccer!
Questions: Eva Britsch
Imagine that there is a girl. A girl, pretty and confident, with an aura like the setting sun over the hills of California. She wears ripped shorts and cowboy boots, wears her hair casually shaggy, climbs on the bonnet of a car, hops on it and starts singing!
Clear view of emotions
The likeable quarter-Swiss, quarter-Austrian and half-Italian Daniela Porcelli became a photographer when she started playing women's soccer.
she is actually a banker. The fact that you don't get rich taking pictures of women's doesn't stop the clever photographer from going her own way. Style PASS
spoke with her about the sport and why emotions often run high behind her lens.