Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Women We Love: Elle Patille ~ The Man Sphere

Sex kitten Elle Patille has gone from Playboy cover model to sharing her bed with jungle cats! She’s the traveling animal activist, helping children along the way. Beautiful but crazy, this girl won’t give up on her causes even though her life has become a circus of its own. Sexy is a dime a dozen but sexy, smart, dare devilish, courageous, bold and brave , amusing and witty, is a tough combination to come by. She's involved with every city she stumbles upon and gets right in there, from the top of active volcanoes to 2,500 ft below the sea; from meeting with mayors and former presidents to hanging with rock stars; but always leaving a mark and a remarkable difference behind. 

Name: Elle Patille Occupation: Playboy Cover Model Education: College degree in Sign Language Stats: (how do you quantify your own awesomeness?) By the amount of smiles and lives I can change for the better. Mother Teresa said it best: “Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier." How did you get started on your current career track?

I was introduced to modeling as a child pageant star at the age of seven, which lead me into a career of runway modeling overseas as a teen, and now Playboy and numerous other publications.

What gives you the most satisfaction as an artist?

Having my voice heard. Believe you me, I’ve got a lot to say. Lol.

If you weren't doing this, what could you see yourself doing?

Home furnishings, textiles and colors excite me more than pretty dresses and shoes so I’d have to say…. interior designer.

What are you working on right now?

Changing the stereotyping of a Playboy models. Lol. Actually, I’ve recently returned from India and Sri Lanka where I had the opportunity to spend time with orphaned children in two SOS Children’s Villages. SOS Children’s Villages is an independent, non-government social development organization, which has been active in the field of children’s needs, concerns and rights since 1949. Its activities focus on neglected and abandoned children and orphans, as well as disadvantaged families.

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