Patrick Petitjean is a French male model that got his breakthrough when he was featured in the cover of Numero Homme fall issue.
Patrick Petitjean is signed with Sight Management Studio Barcelona, Elite London, Why Not Model Management Milan, Success Models Paris and IMG New York.
In 2006 Patrick Petitjean signed with Why Not Agency in Milan and he was on the fall cover of Numero Homme.
In 2007 he became the face of Bally, he modeled the fall ad campaign for Gianfranco Ferre, he appeared in an editorial for British GQ and was in the fall issue of Arena Homme +.
In 2008 he walked the fall show for Emanuel Ungaro in Paris, he modeled the spring ad campaign for Malo, he was in the spring issue of GQ Style, he walked the spring show for Jean Paul Gaultier in Paris, he became the male face for Prada and he was on the cover of 10 Men.
In 2009 he was in the fall issue of Vogue Hommes International. He was in ad campaigns for H&M and Hermes, he was in an editorial for Wound Magazine and he was on the cover of Wound Magazine
In 2010 he became the face for Kenzo, he appeared in an ad campaign for Joop
In 2011 he appeared in an ad campaign for Navyboot Switzerland, he was in editorials for L’Officiel Hommes Italia and Esquire Spain and was on the cover of L’Officiel Hommes Italia.
In 2012 he was in an editorial for Numero Homme.
In 2013 he was on the cover of FHM Collections China, he was in editorials for Esquire Spain and FHM Collections China and was in an ad campaign for Eton of Sweden.
In 2014 Patrick Petitjean was in ad campaigns for Eton of Sweden, Boglioli, Bulgari and Adolfo Dominguez.
More recently in 2015 Patrick Petitjean was on the cover of Elle Men Mexico and appeared in an editorial for Elle Men Mexico.
His look books include the 2013 Berluti fall look book and the 2014 Adolfo Dominguez look book.