UNLOCK Style by ZEITmagazin

Auf der Konferenz »UNLOCK Style by ZEITmagazin«-Konferenz diskutieren zweimal jährlich im Rahmen der Berliner Fashion Week rund 250 Entscheider aus Mode, Kreativwirtschaft und Medien die neusten Entwicklungen und Trends in der kreativen Welt. Bei der UNLOCK Style by ZEITmagazin werden die drängenden Fragen der Branche entschlüsselt und Türen zu neuen Möglichkeiten geöffnet. Es ist mehr als ein Branchentreffen: Vielmehr werden hier Grenzen und Übergänge ausgelotet und erklärt, wie Mode, Technologie, Fotografie, Design und Kunst einander beeinflussen. In Bühneninterviews, Präsentationen und Live-Performances.

Für die dritte Ausgabe von »UNLOCK Style by ZEITmagazin« kommen bekannte Größen aus unterschiedlichen Disziplinen der Modeindustrie, aus Architektur und Design zusammen, um u.a. aufzuzeigen, wie zum Beispiel ein Pariser Modeimperium in die Zukunft blickt, Luxusmarken in die Nachhaltigkeit geführt werden können, wie sich Naturkosmetik immer mehr durchsetzt und eine globale Marke von Berlin aus neu definiert wird.

Der Hashtag zur Veranstaltung lautet #ZEITmagazinUnlock.

Die Veranstaltung beginnt um 11.00 Uhr und endet um ca. 17.00 Uhr.

Sollten Sie Interesse an einer Mitgestaltung von UNLOCK Style by ZEITmagazin haben, wenden Sie sich bitte an untenstehenden Ansprechpartner.

Impressionen Januar 2019

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Christoph Amend

Christoph Amend

Christoph Amend

Chefredakteur, ZEITmagazin; Herausgeber, WELTKUNST

Christoph Amend, 1974 in Gießen geboren, ist Chefredakteur des ZEITmagazins und Herausgeber der Weltkunst, dem Kunstmagazin der ZEIT. Seit 2013 verantwortet er außerdem die zweimal jährlich erscheinende internationale Ausgabe des ZEITmagazins und seit 2016 ZEITmagazin MANN, das ebenfalls zwei Mal im Jahr erscheint. Bevor er zur ZEIT wechselte, war er verantwortlich für die Sonntagsbeilage des Berliner Tagesspiegels und stellvertretender Redaktionsleiter des Jetzt-Magazins der Süddeutschen Zeitung. Mit Iris Berben veröffentlichte er 2012 das Buch „Ein Jahr, ein Leben“, 2011 gab er den Band „Die Grünen – das Buch“ mit heraus. Für sein Buch “Morgen tanzt die ganze Welt – die Jungen, die Alten, der Krieg” wurde er 2004 mit dem Hermann-Hesse-Nachwuchspreis ausgezeichnet. Seit dem Frühjahr 2018 schreibt er den täglichen ZEITmagazin-Newsletter, zu abonnieren unter zeitmagazin.de.

Foto: Eckardt

Arthur Arbesser

Arthur Arbesser

Arthur Arbesser

Creative Director, Italian luxury brand FAY (Tod’s Group); Designer and Founder, ARTHUR ABESSER

Born and raised in Vienna, Arbesser was deeply immersed in the city’s history and culture as he grew up. The streamlined turn-of-the-century architecture as well as the evocative heritage of applied arts and design remain a strong source of inspiration for the designer today.
At Central Saint Martins College for Art and Design he quickly developed his personal aesthetics, influenced by his intimate contact with London’s prolific art scene. Upon graduation he moved to Milan, where he designed for one of Italy’s most prestigious fashion houses for the next few years like Armani and Iceberg.
Arthur Arbesser launched his eponymous women’s wear label in February 2013 during Milan’s Fashion week. His collection made its debut in a carefully curated presentation of fashion and design in the Milanese intimacy of a friend’s apartment. Taking their lead from the most influential voices of fashion, the international press quickly discovered the young talent.
At the second edition of the LVMH prize in 2015, Arthur Arbesser was one of the finalists and in June of the same year, he was invited to participate at the prestigious PITTI Immagine Fair in Florence as a women’s wear guest designer.
Arbesser is today internationally known as one of the most promising young designers and is since July 2017 Creative Director of Fay.

Claire Beermann

Claire Beermann

Claire Beermann

Redakteurin, ZEITmagazin

Claire Beermann schreibt seit Anfang 2015 für das ZEITmagazin über Mode, Stil und Reise. Davor war sie als freie Journalistin unter anderem für die Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung und Vogue.de tätig. Beermann hat Deutsche Literatur, Kunstgeschichte und Politikwissenschaft in Berlin und New York studiert und betreibt seit 2012 das Mode- und Kulturblog „C’est Clairette“.

Foto: Sandra Semburg

Sophie Hersan

Sophie Hersan

Co-Founder, Vestiaire Collective SA

Sophie Hersan grew up in France in the late 80s where fashion and women were both modern and free. She startet her love affair with fashion at the age of 15 years. Following her studies in Economic Science, she decided to pursue her passion and ventured into fashion design school in Paris. Inspired by the innovative designs of houses such as Chloé, Yves Saint Laurent, Comme des Garçons and Yohji Yamamoto, she was appointed the position of studio manager for a number of prestigious designers after graduating. Through these experiences, she discovered the freedom to create and innovate which furthered her ambitions and confirmed her passion and values. Sophie is one of the original co-founders of Vestiaire Collective, starting the company in 2009 in Paris, along with 5 other partners. The company was born out of a central idea: to launch a reliable and inspiring marketplace for the re-sale and purchase of desirable fashion, dedicated to giving a second life to pre-owned and pre-loved pieces. In only a few years, the company successfully secured its position as Europe’s leading resale site for desirable fashion and has since elevated its position to become a global leader in the market.

Sophie Hicks

Sophie Hicks

Architect, Sophie Hicks Architects Ltd.

Sophie Hicks graduated from the Architectural Association School of Architecture, London, and became a chartered architect in 1994, prior to which she worked in fashion: as a stylist for Vogue Magazine; and for the legendary designer, Azzedine Alaia. She leads a practice with extensive experience in both the fashion retail and private residential sectors. A clear conceptual as well as practical thinker, with an instinct for the zeitgeist, she is especially strong on design.

Foto: Alasdair McClellan

Zaim Kamal

Zaim Kamal

Zaim Kamal

Creative Director, Montblanc International

Since 2013 Zaim Kamal has been the Creative Director of Montblanc International in Hamburg. He joined Montblanc in the areas of writing instruments, leather goods and accessories as well as watches, after having spent the first years of his career in fashion design and dedicating himself early on to fashion accessories. Kamal graduated 1991 from Central Saint Martin’s in London. After working for Rena Lange in Munich and Elizabeth Emanuel in London, he founded Golden Gods in 2002 and then worked as a Communications and Brand Consultant. He later became Vice-President of Corporate Branding and Communication at Swarovski.

Foto: Julien M. Hekimian

Tillmann Prüfer

Tillmann Prüfer

Tillmann Prüfer

Style Director und Mitglied der Chefredaktion, ZEITmagazin

Tillmann Prüfer ist Style Director des ZEITmagazins. Bevor er für Mode, Stil und Design beim Magazin der ZEIT verantwortlich zeichnete, war er Redaktionsleiter der deutschen Ausgabe von How To Spend It, dem Luxusmagazin der Financial Times Deutschland. Dort war der Absolvent der Deutschen Journalistenschule auch Stellvertretender Leiter des Reportage-Ressorts und Chef der Wochenend-Seiten. Prüfer hat mehrere Bücher geschrieben, zuletzt erschien Früher war das aus Holz beim Rowohlt-Verlag.

Foto: Michael Biedowicz

Dr. Stefan Hermann Siemer

Dr. Stefan Hermann Siemer

Head Corporate Sustainability, Weleda Group

Dr. Stefan Hermann Siemer ist seit 2018 Head Corporate Sustainability der Weleda Group. Teil seiner Mission ist es, dass sich alle 2.500 Weleda Mitarbeiter weltweit persönlich für Mensch, Natur und Unternehmensentwicklung verantwortlich fühlen und so handeln. Zuvor hat der Kulturwissenschaftler 2009, auf dem Höhepunkt der Bankenkrise, seine eigene Firma gegründet und Unternehmen in Sachen Nachhaltigkeit und Branding strategisch unterstützt, wie z.B. Deutsche Telekom, BSH, Schüco, Allianz, Panasonic, Bank Austria, otto group und natürlich auch Weleda. Er lebt in der Schweiz und in Deutschland und hat drei erwachsene Söhne.

Dirk Schönberger

Dirk Schönberger

Global Creative Officer, MCM

Dirk Schönberger born in Cologne, Germany, became obsessed with music and fashion at an early age. After graduating from Munich’s esteemed ESMOD fashion school, he took his first job in the Antwerp studio of menswear designer Dirk Bikkembergs. After three years, he left to launch his own fashion label for men and women. Working as an independent designer in Antwerp and Paris, he developed a strong, sharply tailored look that became his signature. This recognition led to his being named Creative Director of German brand JOOP! in 2007.

In 2010, he accepted a new position at adidas AG. In this role, he melded his knowledge of design and tailoring with the athletic pioneer’s breakthrough technologies and expertise in sport functionality. Mr. Schönberger shares his professional experience and knowledge through dedicated sessions with students at the Royal College of Art in London and the University of Arts (Universität der Künste) in Berlin. Mining his life-long passion for music, he designed costumes for Mick Jagger and Keith Richards for the Rolling Stones’ “40 Licks” world tour and for U2’s lead singer Bono for the band’s “Elevation” world tour.

Since September 2018, Dirk Schönberger is the Global Creative Officer of MCM, the German luxury brand based in Berlin, Seoul, and Milan. In this role, created specifically for him, Mr. Schönberger serves as the catalyst behind product design and brand experience, driving all creative strategies to ensure an integrated global vision of MCM. He is charged with translating the brand’s core DNA to further define its signature offering of “new school luxury.”

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Malgosia Bela

Malgosia Bela

Malgosia Bela

Model, Actress and Founding Editor, VOGUE Poland

Born in Krakow, Poland, Bela has always been fond of the creative arts. With a peak interest in music, she attended the prestigious SCHOOL for 14 years.Once graduated, and at the at the suggestion from a talent scout to visit New York City, Bela found herself a year later in the heart of soho signing with an agency.1998, she arrived on the modeling scene as a force with which to reckon, appearing on the runway for legacy brands Balenciaga, Givenchy, and Comme Des Garcons during her inaugural year.
Bela immediately caught the eyes of the world’s most coveted fashion photographers, including Steven Meisel and Richard Avedon. Just one year after her debut as a runway model, she appeared for the first time on the cover of Italian Vogue and was featured in beauty campaigns from Valentino to Versace to Louis Vuitton. Since then, she has appeared on nearly every international cover of Vogue as well as I.D. and The Love Magazine.
In 2004, Bela took to the big screen, making her film debut in the celebrated Polish film “Ono” and starred in Luca Guadagnino’s “Suspiria.”Her love of film is equally shared by her husband, Pawel Pawlikowsk, a renowned Polish film director.
After two decades as a model, and with a master’s degree in Literature, Bela decided to try the opposite side of the lens. She became founding editor of Vogue Poland, where she oversees all styling and content, and has propelled the publication to become one of the most exciting Vogue outposts in the world.
Today, Bela—along with her husband and son, Josef—splits her time between Warsaw and New York City.

Tim Blanks

Tim Blanks

Tim Blanks

Editor at Large, Style.com

Tim Blanks is editor-at-large for Style.com. He films and reviews fashion – womenswear, menswear, haute couture – all over the world, as well as writing regularly for a number of international newspapers and magazines. He has also contributed to monographs on, among others, Alexander McQueen, Bottega Veneta, Michael Roberts, Walter Van Bierendonck and Dolce & Gabbana. In May 2013, Tim was honoured by the Council of Fashion Designers of America with its Media Award.

Till Brönner

Till Brönner

Till Brönner

Jazz-Trompeter und Fotograf

Till Brönner ist Deutschlands Topstar des Jazz und Markenbotschafter für die Herrenmodemarke EDUARD DRESSLER. Till Brönner machte die Trompete sexy und den Jazz wieder populär. Mit seinen Alben schaffte er es mehrfach in die Top 10 der deutschen Verkaufscharts, er erhielt fünf „Echos“ und wurde für den „Grammy“ nominiert. Der erfolgreiche Jazzmusiker beschäftigt sich schon seit einigen Jahren mit der Fotografie und zeigt mit seinen Fotoarbeiten eine weitere Facette seines künstlerischen Talents. In den letzten fünf Jahren entstanden in fast ausschließlich spontanen Momenten sehr persönliche Schwarz-Weiß-Porträts von Künstlern, Sportlern und anderen interessanten Persönlichkeiten. Im Bildband „Faces of Talent“ und in gleichnamigen Ausstellungen haben die Werke eine erste umfassende Veröffentlichung erfahren. Till Brönner lebt und arbeitet in Berlin und Los Angeles.

Alexa Chung

Alexa Chung

Alexa Chung

Model and journalist; Founder and Creative Director, ALEXACHUNG

Alexa Chung is a model, journalist, designer and global fashion icon listed as one of the 500 most influential individuals in the fashion industry by Business of Fashion, and named Style Icon three years running at the British Fashion Awards. Chung has also been named Harper’s Bazaar UK’s Best Dressed of Britain, American Vogue’s Most Stylish Women of the Year and Footwear News’ Style Influencer of the Year.

The iconic British brand Mulberry whose ‘Alexa’ bag was named, and styled after her attracted a waiting list of 9,000 and helped the company achieve record profits. She has designed two sell-out collections for Madewell and AG Jeans and is the Young Style Ambassador for the British Fashion Council. She is Contributing Editor to British Vogue, interviewing major designers such as Karl Lagerfeld and Christopher Kane for the publication, as well as providing her own original features.

In 2013 she released her first book, the hugely successful IT, published by Penguin which offers readers an insight into her fashion influences and became the fastest selling fashion book of 2013, and 2014.

The fashion brand ALEXACHUNG was born in London, 2016, the brainchild of Alexa Chung, the human, born in Hampshire, 1983.
With nearly a decade’s experience in designing clothes for other brands, and with the idea of starting her own label warmly incubating in her mind for some time, Alexa decided to take the plunge and launch her namesake label ALEXACHUNG, and so returned from New York to creatively direct a business distinctively tied to her British roots.
At the heart of the brand, Alexa’s vision: to create clothes that people want to wear. Combining Parisian chic with a New York edge, as well as the very British sense of humour.

Brunello Cucinelli

Brunello Cucinelli

Brunello Cucinelli

Designer und Gründer, Brunello Cucinelli S.p.A.

Brunello Cucinelli is founder, president and CEO of Brunello Cucinelli S.p.A., an Italian maison operating in the absolute luxury goods sector which specializes in cashmere. Over the years Brunello Cucinelli has been acknowledged a staggering number of national and international rewards for his „Neohumanistic Capitalism“; however, the recognitions that most mirror his humans accomplishments are his appointment to Cavaliere del Lavoro (Knight of Industry), assigned by the President of the Italian Republic, his honorary degree in Philosophy and Ethics of Human Relations, tributed to him by the University of Perugia and the Global Economy Prize, received from the eminent Kiel Institute for the World Economy.

Livia Firth

Livia Firth

Livia Firth

Founder and Creative Director, Eco Age Ltd.

Livia Firth is the Founder and Creative Director of Eco-Age – an ideas consultancy company, which powerfully aggregates global thought leaders and influencers to address the compelling issues and opportunities of our day by delivering solutions, through ethical and sustainable values.
Eco-Age has market leading track record as a brand sustainability consultancy, addressing sustainability issues across complex supply chains, in broad industry sectors, for the mutual benefit of people and planet.
Founded in 2009, Eco-Age clients include leading fashion and jewellery brands including Chopard, M&S, ERDEM, Stella McCartney, Gucci and the Kering Group as well as non-fashion companies such as Welltower, the FA and Wembley stadium.
Livia is also the driving force behind the launch of the Green Carpet Challenge ® (GCC).
The world-renowned GCC is a dynamic project, pairing glamour and ethics to raise the profile of sustainability, ethics and social welfare. The GCC has catapulted sustainable style into the spotlight at the world’s most high profile events. From the Golden Globes to the Cannes Film Festival, the GCC has collaborated with all of the iconic design houses in the world, winning widespread critical acclaim and international media attention.

Veronika Heilbrunner

Veronika Heilbrunner

Veronika Heilbrunner

Model, Stylist and Influencer

Veronika’s statuesque silhouette has graced the Covers of Vogue, Grazia and Harper’s Bazaar as well as featuring
consistently in global media for her amazing street style, unique look and her inspiring way of life. As a working mother, she is not only the perfect role model to youth culture, but a prime example of how a woman can grow her own brand from humble beginnings and succeed. Not only does she entertain her social audience, but she empowers women with her natural beauty and constant radiance. With a heavy travel schedule, she is constantly igniting new markets with her immersive cultural outlook. This has given her a powerful influence in the travel sector for hotel recommendations and holiday destinations. One of the most-photographed faces on the street-style scene, her laid-back approach to dressing for show season has been much copied, much emulated. Veronika has caught the attention of the world’s biggest brands who have become quick to work with her and utilise her influence over her hundreds of thousands of followers. Some of the brands she has collaborated with include Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Chloé, Gucci, Prada, Ralph Lauren, Rimowa, Aman Hotels, and H&M.

Wolfgang Joop

Wolfgang Joop

Wolfgang Joop

Modedesigner

Creative director Wolfgang Joop is one of the most well known and celebrated designers both at home in Germany and internationally. He is an exception to the rule – combining cutting-edge talent with a symbiotic approach towards fashion design, applied arts and storytelling for his own brands and the German fashion label van Laack.
With the creation of the JOOP! And WUNDERKIND brands, Wolfgang Joop has built two unprecedented German fashion houses. His latest foray, LOOKS, is a continuation of this success – an eclectic juxtaposition of styles, fabrics and attitudes.
Alongside his work as a fashion designer, Joop has achieved international renown as an artist and author. His drawings, paintings and sculptures have been shown in various contemporary art museums and galleries, including the Biennale di Venezia (2011), Michael Schultz Gallery in Seoul, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Leipzig (2013). Joop has written several books, including the bestsellers „Im Wolfspelz“ and „Dresscodes“. In September 2019 he will publish his new book: a literary biography.

Foto: Inge Prader

Rabih Kayrouz

Rabih Kayrouz

Rabih Kayrouz

Fashion Designer, Maison Rabih Kayrouz

Rabih Kayrouz was born in 1973, in Lebanon. From 1991 to 1994, he studied at the Chambre Syndicale de la couture Parisienne. Attracted by the booming energy of his country, he returns to Beirut.
In 1998, he establishes Maison Rabih Kayrouz, where for ten years, he creates exceptional gowns for discerning women. In 2009, Rabih Kayrouz returns to Paris where he sets up his studio at 38, boulevard Raspail, which was the Petit Théâtre de Babylone, fifty years earlier. He surrounds himself with the best french artisans in order to create his luxury ready-to-wear.
In 2013, Rabih Kayrouz was nominated as Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres by the french government.

Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney

Designerin

Stella McCartney graduated from the renowned Central Saint Martis in London, where she was born, in 1995. She then gathered experience as Head of Design at Chloé in Paris and, since 2001, has been presenting her own collections in the French capital. She pursues fair production conditions and consistently forgoes the use of leather and fur not only for her own brand, but also for all of the collaboration projects such as her collection with adidas.

Foto: Mary McCartney

Angela Missoni

Angela Missoni

Angela Missoni

Fashion Designer und Co-Founder, MISSONI S.p.A.

Angela began assisting her mother Rosita in the creation of the women’s collections at age eighteen. This gave her the chance to express her innate and personal feel for fashion as well as to learn the whole process, from initial sketch to actual sale of the clothes.

Getting married and becoming the mother of three, Angela took an extended break from the business. When she returned to the company, she designed her own collection and restyled the main line in tandem with Rosita.

Today, Angela shares Missoni’s business management with her brother Luca and is creative director of the women’s collection. Infusing the brand with new energy, she renewed the store concepts and ad campaigns. Missoni’s fashion shows make an authoritative, international statement in the setting of trends and ideas.

Erdem Moralioğlu

Erdem Moralioğlu

Erdem Moralioğlu

Modedesigner, ERDEM

Established in London in 2005 byErdem Moralioğlu, the eponymous ready-to-wear brand, Erdem, has come to be synonymous with versatile yet powerful femininity. Erdem trained at the prestigious Royal College of Art in London where he remained to launch the brand following his graduation. Known for his use of experimental textiles, vibrant prints, and detailed craftsmanship, Erdem has created a beautiful world of the delicate mixed with the bold. Erdem has received´numerous accolades over the years, including the 2008 British Fashion Council’s Fashion Forward Award; the 2010 inaugural Vogue / British Fashion Council Designer Fashion Fund Award, the 2012 British Fashion Council’s New Establishment Award, the 2013 British Fashion Council’s Red Carpet Award and the 2014 British Fashion Council’s Womenswear Designer of the Year Award. Erdem is sold in over 170 of the most exclusive retailers, including Barneys New York, Bergdorf Goodman, Lane Crawford, Colette, Dover Street Market and Harvey Nichols.

Sara Nuru

Sara Nuru

Sara Nuru

Model und Mitbegründerin, nuruCoffee und nuruWomen e.V.

Sara Nuru, Jahrgang 1989, unterstützt seit 2009 die Karlheinz Böhm Äthiopienhilfe »Menschen für Menschen«. Sie war dafür über Jahre bundesweit an deutschen Schulen unterwegs um gemeinsam mit Schülern Spendengelder für das Bildungsprojekt »Generation ABC-2015« zu sammeln. 2012 wurde die erste Sara Nuru Schule im Südwesten Äthiopiens eröffnet. 1.100 Schüler haben nun Zugang zu einer besseren Bildung im Rahmen dieses Bildungsprogrammes wurden insgesamt drei Schulen gebaut.
Sara Nuru engagiert sich seit 2016 vermehrt um die Förderung der Frauen in Äthiopien, hierfür gründete sie gemeinsam mit ihrer Schwester Sali Nuru, das Social Business nuruCoffee. Mit dem Verkauf von fair produziertem Kaffee unterstützen sie Mikrokredite, Schulungen sowie Fortbildungen für Frauen in Äthiopien. Für die Umsetzung der Projekte haben sie ihren eigenen Verein nuruWomen gegründet. Im November 2018 hat Bundesentwicklungsminister Gerd Müller Sara Nuru zur Botschafterin für Nachhaltigen Konsum und Produktion des Bundesministeriums für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ) ernannt.

Foto: Thuy Pham

Jaime Perlman

Jaime Perlman

Jaime Perlman

Founder, Jaime Perlman Studio

Jaime Perlman is the Founder of Jaime Perlman Studio, a creative direction agency and consultancy which shapes bespoke campaigns for leading global fashion brands and independent labels.
Jaime began her career in New York, working with Anna Wintour at American Vogue. In 2005, she relocated to London to be Art Director, and eventually Creative Director of British Vogue. During her tenure she built close creative relationships with photographers Alasdair McLellan, Angelo Pennetta, Colin Dodgson, Craig McDean, Glen Luchford, Harley Weir, Jamie Hawkesworth, Josh Olins, Mert and Marcus, Nick Knight, Oliver Hadlee-Pearch, Paolo Roversi, Patrick Demarchelier, Tim Walker and Tyrone Lebon. In 2018 she launched a biannual magazine called More Or Less, the first magazine to champion sustainability and creativity feautring Kate Moss on the debut cover.

Digital content is also a passion for Jaime, she has art directed and commissioned films for Vogue Video and for commercial clients. In 2009 she launched one of the world’s first Fashion Film platforms, TEST, where she collaborated with young British fashion designers making films to promote their seasonal collections. She is also a leading authority on fashion film, and has been a panel member for the British Fashion Council’s Fashion Film initiative. She has done talks about fashion and moving image in Beijing, Singapore, New York and London.

Foto: Billal Taright

Stefano Pilati

Stefano Pilati

Stefano Pilati

Chefdesigner, Ermenegildo Zegna

Stefano Pilati ist einer der einflussreichsten Modedesigner der heutigen Zeit. In seiner Heimatstadt Mailand absolvierte er im Alter von 18 Jahren ein Praktikum bei dem Modehaus Cerruti und wusste bereits damals, dass seine Zukunft in dieser florierenden Branche liegen wird. Danach arbeitete Pilati bei renommierten Modemarken wie Giorgio Armani, Prada, Gucci, Tom Ford und wurde 2004 zum Creative Director von Yves Saint Laurent ernannt. Seit September 2012 ist er für die Ermenegildo Zegna Group tätig und ist heute Head of Design der Ermenegildo Zegna Couture Linie. Das von Stefano Pilati eingeführte Konzept des »Broken Suit« revolutionierte die Männermode. Seinem Stilstatement zufolge ist es der Inbegriff von Eleganz, ein Jackett eines Anzugs mit der Hose eines anderen Anzugs in perfekt abgestimmten Farbtönen zu kombinieren.

Oliver Reichert

Oliver Reichert

Oliver Reichert

CEO, Birkenstock Group

Oliver Reichert, Jahrgang 1971, ist CEO der BIRKENSTOCK Group. Er ist die erste Führungspersönlichkeit in fast zweieinhalb Jahrhunderten Unternehmensgeschichte, die nicht aus dem Kreis der Familie stammt. Seit Anfang 2013 leitet er zusammen mit Co-CEO Markus Bensberg die neu formierte BIRKENSTOCK Group, nachdem er zuvor den Gesellschafter Christian Birkenstock beriet. Unter Reicherts Führung wandelt sich BIRKENSTOCK von einem mittelständischen Familienbetrieb zu einem globalen Markenhersteller, der neben den legendären Sandalen nun auch geschlossene Schuhe, Socken, Taschen und neuerdings sogar Betten und Naturkosmetik im Programm hat. Vor seinem Wechsel in die Schuhbranche arbeitete der gelernte Fernsehjournalist zehn Jahre beim Deutschen Sportfernsehen (DSF). Als dessen langjähriger Geschäftsführer machte er aus dem Sportsender den profitabelsten Geschäftsbereich des Mutterkonzerns Constantin Medien AG.

Vittorio Radice

Vittorio Radice

Vittorio Radice

Vice-Chairman, La Rinascente Group

Vittorio Radice is one of the most successful european department store manager and an international highly recognised expert in the premium section. He is the Vice Chairman of La Rinascente Group in Italy which owns Rinascente in Italy, Illum in Denmark and 50,1% of The KaDeWe Group in Germany. The Rinascente Group is part of Central Group of Thailand, one of the largest Retail Conglomerate in Asia. Prior to Rinascente, Vittorio was CEO of Selfridges, one of the most influential department stores worldwide.

Anita Tillmann

Anita Tillmann

Anita Tillmann

Geschäftsführerin, PREMIUM Exhibitions II GmbH

Anita Tillmann hat eine klassische Karriere in der Modebranche absolviert: Sie hat als Model gearbeitet, ein Diplom in Textil- und Bekleidungswirtschaft als Ingenieur gemacht, ein Aufbaustudium in Marketing angeschlossen, für erfolgreiche Modeunternehmen wie Joop und Kathleen Madden sowie bei Pixelpark als strategische Beraterin für Branded Consumer Goods gearbeitet. Bereits als 29jährige ruft sie ihre eigene Messe – die PREMIUM — ins Leben, internationale Fachmesse für Advanced Contemporary Fashion. Seit 2005 verleiht sie zweimal jährlich den PREMIUM YOUNG DESIGNERS AWARD an die talentiertesten Designer im Bereich Advanced Contemporary. Mit dem Kauf des ehemaligen Dresdner Bahnhofs im Jahr 2007 gibt sie der PREMIUM ein festes zu Hause und entwickelt die STATION-Berlin zu einer der beliebtesten Event-Loctions Berlins. Seit mehr als zehn Jahren steht die PREMIUM für Fashion-Kompetenz, visionäres Handeln und Fashion-Networking – aber vor allem für zehn Jahre Fashion in Berlin. Für ihre Verdienste um die Stadt Berlin wurde sie im September 2010 mit dem Verdienstorden des Landes Berlins ausgezeichnet.

Foto: Jprgen Schabes

Ingo Wilts

Ingo Wilts

Ingo Wilts

Chief Brand Officer, Hugo Boss AG

Ingo Wilts wurde 1965 in Leer, Ostfriesland, geboren. Nach seiner Ausbildung im visuellen Marketing und im Modedesign begann er 1991 seine berufliche Laufbahn als Assistent Sportswear bei Henri Vetter in Amsterdam. Ein Jahr später wechselte er zur Firma Miltenberger und betreute dort den Lizenzbereich für Daniel Hechter. Im Jahre 1997 trat er als Produktmanager für die Marke BOSS Black in die HUGO BOSS AG ein. Zwei Jahre später wechselte er als Produktmanager Sportswear zur Joop GmbH in Hamburg. Im Jahr 2000 kehrte er zu HUGO BOSS zurück und übernahm in den nächsten Jahren unterschiedliche Tätigkeiten im Kreativmanagement, bevor er 2009 Senior Vice President BOSS Black, BOSS Selection & BOSS Green wurde. Im selben Jahr wechselte er als Creative Director zu Kenneth Cole, New York; in 2012 stieß er dann als Creative Director Women’s und Men’s Design zu Elie Taharie, ebenfalls mit Sitz in New York. Im Anschluss verantwortete Ingo Wilts bei Tommy Hilfiger in Amsterdam die Menswear, bevor er im Juli 2014 als Senior Vice President die Menswear bei HUGO BOSS übernahm. Im selben Jahr kehrte er als Global Creative Director Menswear erneut zu Tommy Hilfiger zurück.

Zum 15. August 2016 wurde Ingo Wilts zum Vorstandsmitglied der HUGO BOSS AG für den Bereich Marken- und Kreativmanagement bestellt.

Jason Wu

Jason Wu

Jason Wu

Artistic Director, BOSS Womenswear

Jason Wu was born in 1982 in Taiwan. From 2002 to 2005, he studied at the Parsons School of Design in New York. Only two years after his graduation he launched his own ready-to-wear line JASON WU, showcasing his first JASON WU fashion show at New York Fashion Week in 2009. In 2013 he was appointed Artistic Director of BOSS Womenswear at HUGO BOSS. Since then he has been responsible for the creative direction for all product and image related aspects of the principal womenswear ready-to-wear and accessory line. Drawing on the tailoring expertise of the house and further developing the architectural ideas so central to BOSS, his designs convey and effortless ease that have become his signature style for the brand.

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