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 +====== Demy Matzen ======
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 +~~socialite~~
 +Demy Matzen is a Dutch male model that has appeared in numerous editorials and has also walked the runways.
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 +===== Personal Details =====
 +  * Nationality:​ Dutch
 +  * Height: 6’3”
 +  * Waist: 30”
 +  * Chest: 36”
 +  * Hair Color: Brown
 +  * Eye Color: Grey
 +  * Shoe Size: 11.5 UK
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 +===== Agencies =====
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 +Demy Matzen is signed with Nest Model Management Berlin, View Management Barcelona, FM Agency London, I Love Models Management Milan, Bananas Models Paris and Wilhelmina New York. His mother agency is Republic Amsterdam.
 +
 +===== Work History by Year =====
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 +In 2010 Demy Matzen appeared in an editorial for the fall issue of FHM Collections Germany that was called Werkstatt der Emotionen. He appeared in an editorial for the December issue of Dazed & Confused that was called Raf’s Army.
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 +In 2011 he appeared in an editorial for the January issue of Dazed & Confused that was called Video: Raf’s Army. He appeared in an editorial for the November issue of Essential Homme that was called Classic Act. He walked the spring shows for Jil Sander, Ermenegildo Zegna, Pringle of Scotland, Raf Simons, Ports 1961, Wooyoungmi and Neil Barrett.
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 +In 2012 he appeared in an editorial for the September issue of Wallpaper Magazine that was called Leder of the Pack. He appeared in an editorial for the fall issue of DEdiCate Magazine that was called Beyond the Line. He appeared in an editorial for the December issue of L’Express Styles that was called Smoking or No Smoking. He walked the fall shows for Missoni, Ports 1961 and Les Hommes. He walked the spring shows for Moncler, Canali, Missoni, Christian Lacroix, Dries Van Noten, Kris Van Assche, Kenzo, Joseph Abboud, Richard Chai, Y-3, J Lindeberg, Tim Coppens, General Idea, Robert Geller and Perry Ellis.
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 +In 2013 he appeared in an editorial for the February issue of Surface magazine that was called Monk Moderne. He appeared in an editorial for the March issue of Essential Homme that was called Saveurs des Hommes. He appeared in an editorial for the March issue of Manifesto Magazine that was called Sky Rise. He appeared in an editorial for the April issue of Hero Magazine that was called Amazing. He appeared in an editorial for the fall issue of Hunter Magazine that was called Demy by Alan Chies. He appeared in an editorial for the fall issue of L’Officiel Hommes Thailand that was called Call of Duty. He appeared in an editorial for the fall issue of Dsection Magazine that was called Casting. He appeared in an editorial in October that was called Hat. He appeared in an editorial for the December issue of Neo 2. He appeared in an editorial for the December issue of Elle Netherlands that was called Thank you for Smoking. He appeared in an editorial for the December issue of Neo 2 that was called Everybody’s Changing. He was in the spring ad campaign for Aglini. He walked the fall shows for Kenzo, Joseph Abboud, Neil Barrett, Salvatore Ferragamo, Missoni, Moncler, Canali, Fendi, Carven, Mugler, Junya Watanabe, Rag & Bone, Thom Browne, Kenneth Cole, General Idea and Michael Bastian. He walked the spring shows for Lee Roach, James Long, Ermenegildo Zegna, Iceberg, Missoni, Canali, Walter Van Beirendonck and Melinda Gloss.
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 +In 2014 he appeared in an editorial for the May issue of Carbon Copy that was called Body Language. He appeared in an editorial for the July issue of Essential Homme that was called Between Climates. He appeared in an editorial for the September issue of GQ Australia that was called Mod Squad. He appeared in an editorial for the fall issue of GQ Style Russia that was called Mactepa. He appeared in an editorial for the December issue of Drew that was called Stay Righ. He was on the spring cover of Carbon Copy. He walked the fall shows for Salvatore Ferragamo, Moncler and Trussardi. He walked the spring shows for Trussardi, Darkoh, Ovadia & Sons, Concept Korea and Greg Lauren.
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 +In 2015 he appeared in an editorial for the January issue of Nylon Guys that was called Wintry Remix. He appeared in an editorial for the March issue of MRRM Hong Kong that was called A Ride in New York. He appeared in an editorial for the spring issue of Harper’s Bazaar Thailand Men that was called It’s Summer. He appeared in an editorial for the spring issue of Book Moda Man that was called Far From The Madding Crowd. He was in an ad campaign called Everyday Life Iconic. He walked the fall shows for Canali, Perry Ellis, John Elliot + Co and Greg Lauren. He walked the spring shows for Dirk Bikkembergs,​ Ralph Lauren, Ermenegildo Zegna, Canali, Brioni and Tod’s.
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 +His look books include the 2014 look book for Marc O’Polo.
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 +===== References =====
 +  * [[http://​www.fmlondon.net/​men/​main-board/​demy-matzen]]
 +  * [[http://​forums.thefashionspot.com/​f127/​demy-matzen-105533.html]]
 +  * [[http://​models.com/​models/​demy-matzen]]
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 +  * [[http://​www.city-data.com/​forum/​fashion-beauty/​|Discuss Demy Matzen on our popular forum]]
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 +~~socialite~~
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 +<WRAP fashionindex center centeralign 100%>​**Index of Models:** [[Models A-C]] -  [[Models D-J]] -  [[Models K-M]] -  [[Models N-R]] -  [[Models S-Z]]</​WRAP>​
  
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