ZEITmagazin & VOGUE-KONFERENZ

15. Januar 2018
Berlin

The Relevance of Fashion

Das globale Modesystem steht vor ungekannten Umbrüchen. Alte Konzepte stoßen an ihre Grenzen, neue Ideen brechen sich Bahn. Was ist der Kern der Mode? Wonach werden wir uns immer sehnen? Darüber diskutieren internationale Experten aus der Mode- und Kreativ-Branche auf der ZEITmagazin & VOGUE Konferenz.

Die ZEITmagazin KONFERENZ Mode & Stil, die in dieser Saison bereits zum siebten Mal in Kooperation mit der VOGUE Deutschland ausgerichtet wird, erhält einen neuen Namen: ZEITmagazin & VOGUE KONFERENZ. Sie widmet sich – wie bisher – dem übergeordneten Thema »Mode & Stil« und findet im Kronprinzenpalais statt, der spätklassizistischen Stilikone in Berlin und einem der Zentren der Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin. Die Teilnahme erfolgt auf persönliche Einladung. Die Veranstaltung richtet sich exklusiv an Entscheidungsträger aus Unternehmen und Institutionen folgender Bereiche: Mode, Kunst, Kultur, Politik, Wissenschaft sowie Verbände mit thematischem Bezug zur Konferenz. Für Berater, Vertreter von Agenturen, Betreiber von Blogs und Privatpersonen steht ein begrenztes Kartenkontingent zur Verfügung.

Die Konferenz beginnt um 13.00 Uhr und endet voraussichtlich gegen 18.00 Uhr. Das abschließende Konferenzprogramm wird voraussichtlich Mitte Dezember als PDF-Download zur Verfügung stehen.

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Imran Amed

Imran Amed

Imran Amed

Founder & CEO, The Business of Fashion

Bringing a unique understanding of the creative and commercial sides of fashion, Imran Amed has emerged as one of the global fashion industry’s leading writers, thinkers and commentators, and is founder, CEO and editor-in-chief of The Business of Fashion (BoF).
BoF, which began from Imran’s sofa in 2007 as a passion project, sparked a new kind of fashion dialogue, exploring the key drivers of an industry undergoing unprecedented change. Social media and new technology were about to explode onto the fashion landscape, new markets in China, India and Brazil were rapidly rising in importance, and the financial crisis of 2008 created a step-change in consumer values and expectations. The fashion industry was emerging as a force in popular culture and there was much to analyse, dissect and explore.
In just five years Imran had grown The Business of Fashion into a credible industry authority. Each morning, tens of thousands of readers woke up to BoF’s addictive Daily Digest email newsletter, sparking conversations and discussion in conference rooms, studios and classrooms around the world.
Today, BoF has grown into the pre-eminent global industry resource for the fashion industry, with 1 million unique visitors per month, and more than 3 million followers on social media from over 200 countries around the world. The BoF team numbers more than 30 people overseeing multiple verticals including the BoF 500 (an annual list of the people shaping the global fashion industry), BoF Careers (the global marketplace for fashion talent), BoF China (a Chinese language edition) and BoF Education (fashion’s platform for online learning).

Foto: Mary McCartney

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.

Chris Dercon

Chris Dercon

Chris Dercon

Ehem. Direktor, Tate Gallery of Modern Art (London); designierter Indendant, Berliner Volksbühne

Chris Dercon curates and publishes about fashion. Under his directorship the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam showed works by Martin Margiela, Miuccia Prada and Walter van Beirendonck. In Munich at the Haus der Kunst, Dercon curated exhibitions of Ann Demeulemeester, Japanese fashion designers, Carlo Mollino and again Martin Margiela. He wrote about fashion for publications in Rotterdam, Antwerp and Munich. He was Director at Tate Modern, London and is now designated Director of the Berliner Volksbühne.

Foto: Klaus Haag

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.

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.

Ross Lovegrove

Ross Lovegrove

Ross Lovegrove

Industrial Designer, Lovegrove Studio, London

Ross Lovegrove is a designer and visionary who’s work is considered to be at the very apex of stimulating a profound change in the physicality of our three dimensional world. Inspired by the logic and beauty of nature his designs possess a trinity between technology, materials science and intelligent organic form, creating what many industrial leaders see as the new aesthetic expression for the 21st Century. There is always embedded a deeply human and resourceful approach in his designs, which project an optimism, and innovative vitality in everything he touches from cameras to cars to trains, aviation and architecture.

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.

Justin O'Shea

Justin O’Shea

Justin O’Shea

Buying Director, mytheresa.com

Australian native, Justin O’Shea joined Munich based mytheresa.com in 2009. He began his career in Amsterdam working in sportswear and then moved to London to head up the sales of April77. In January 2008 Justin O’Shea became the first international buyer at Al Ostoura, a powerful luxury retailer in Kuwait with 40 stores. He joined mytheresa.com in September 2009 where he currently holds the position of Buying Director. In 2014 mytheresa.com was acquired by The Neiman Marcus Group International.

Foto/©:Rasmus Weng Karlsen

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.

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.

Mario Testino

Mario Testino

Mario Testino

Porträt- und Modefotograf

Mario Testino is one of the world’s most influential photographers. Born in Lima, Peru he moved to London in 1976 to pursue a career in photography. His vision has made him a much sought-after creative partner in the fashion and beauty industries today. His work has been featured across the globe in magazines from Vogue to Vanity Fair and he has contributed to the success of many leading fashion and beauty houses through advertising campaigns, from Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci and Michael Kors to Chanel and Lancôme

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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