GREENSTYLE +++ (Responsible) Fashion Summit +++ Speaker

Alexandra Dietl

Alexandra Dietl

As a stylist and trend scout, Alexandra Dietl has a feel for contemporary trends. That’s why she founded a design & consulting agency with a focus on sustainability and did the styling for the GREENSTYLE campaign.

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Bahhareh Karimi

Bahhareh Karimi – IMAIMA

As a young Muslim in Berlin in the 1990s, Bahhareh Karimi could not adequately express her love for fashion. With her own label IMAIMA, she makes fashion for like-minded people today.

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Kim Gerlach

Kim Gerlach – sun & rise.

Kim Gerlach advises, coaches and supports with her agency sun & rise. sustainable start-ups (mimycri) and fashion fairs (Helsinki Fashion Week, Prepeek @ neonyt, GREENSTYLE) in terms of innovation and sustainability

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Melina Heinze

Melina Heinze – NRNY

Just like her co-founder Janina Hoffmann, Melina Heinze dealt intensively with the dark side of the fashion industry before and during her textile technology and management studies in Reutlingen. The result? The foundation of the digital rental platform NRNY.

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Janina Hoffmann

Janina Hoffmann – NRNY

Even during her textile technology and textile management studies in Reutlingen, Janina Hoffmann asked herself how the fashion system can be revolutionized in the long term. Your answer is called NRNY and is a digital (rental) lending platform for consumers.

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Olaf Schmidt

Olaf Schmidt – Messe Frankfurt

From innovative fibers and technical textiles to sustainable fashion – Messe Frankfurt brings together the most important textile fairs internationally, for which Olaf Schmidt is responsible as Vice President Textiles & Textile Technologies Olaf Schmidt

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Nanda Bergstein

Nanda Bergstein – Tchibo

As Director Corporate Responsibility for the area of corporate responsibility, Nanda Berstein and her team at Tchibo are shaping the corporate transformation towards 100 percent sustainable business activity.

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Alexandra Drissner

Alexandra Drissner – Sellpy

Alexandra Drissner’s affinity for the textile industry runs in the family. Because she works in retail. As Country Manager of the Swedish second hand online platform Sellpy, she gives people the opportunity to act sustainably in an uncomplicated way

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Carmen Jenny

Carmen Jenny – CLOTHESfriends

Even before starting her studies in fashion design at the AMD Akademie Mode & Design München, the native Swiss founded her blogazine CARMITIVE (Carmen + positive attitude to life) in order to combine fashion with social issues and to offer a differentiated view of fashion and its effects .

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Sonja Wunderlich

Sonja Wunderlich – CLOTHESfriends

Fashion journalism and media communication at the AMD Akademie Mode & Design Munich as well as a degree from the European College of Business and Management prepared Sonja Wunderlich to found her own business very early.

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Sabinna Rachimova

Sabinna Rachimova – SABINNA

Central Saint Martins, Christian Dior, Mary Katrantzou – Sabinna Rachimova acquired her XL expertise in the leading locations in the fashion world before deciding to start her own label SABINNA. Under the motto “by women for women”, she produces innovative and handmade fashion and lifestyle products in London and Vienna with the greatest respect for sustainability.

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Kate Sekules

Kate Sekules – Lady of Visible Mending

Mending, darning, sewing and repairing are all the rage. Not only as a skill, but also as a practice of using our clothes in a more sustainable manner. And last but not least, as a statement of an individual style. The British Kate Sekules, who lives in Brooklyn, NYC, has been addressing the topic of “mending” for many years with great enthusiasm and from different directions

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Barbara Trenti

Barbara Trenti – Bad Seeds Company

Together with her husband Andreas Geier, the South Tyrolean hemp fashion pioneer Barbara Trenti designs sustainable streetwear for her label The Bad Seeds Company and is working on using the fast-growing raw material as a sustainable substitute for plastic.

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Kurt Kotrschal

Kurt Kotrschal

Kurt Kotrschal is not a scientist who sits in an ivory tower and occasionally shares the results of his work with the public. He is eloquent, writes, interferes, organizes the highly regarded Biologicum in Almtal, Upper Austria, and always takes a stand on current issues from a behavioral perspective. The renowned Austrian biologist and behavioral scientist recently published two very interesting books: “Mensch. Where do we come from, who we are, where we are going ”, published by Brandstätter Verlag and Residenzverlag published“ Can we still save people? Dangers and opportunities of our nature ”.

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Robin Balser

Robin Balser

Since Robin Balser exchanged a gin and tonic and his scarf for a denim jacket in a bar in Estonia, he has given fashion a second life over 100 tons (read: over 100,000 kilograms).

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Kim Scholze

Kim Scholze

After positions as editor-in-chief at various snowboard magazines (e.g. Powderhausen), marketing and sales positions at Nitro Snowboards, among others, Kim Scholze founded the network platform Brands for Good

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Andri Stocker

Andri Stocker

Andri Stocker is the third in the group at PHYNE, the German eco-label from Mannheim, which started in 2017 to show that sustainable fashion can

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Magdalena Schaffrin

Magdalena Schaffrin

Magdalena Schaffrin is the CEO and Co-Founder of Kaleidoscope, a creative agency based in Berlin. Kaleidoscope is working with fashion and sustainability in the fields

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Susanne Barta

Susanne Barta

Born in Austria and living in Bolzano/South Tyrol, Susanne is a journalist, presenter, coach and consultant. Above all, she is passionate about sustainable fashion. She

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Thimo Schwenzfeier

As director at Marketing Communications Textiles & Textile Technologies and show director of NEONYT by Messe Frankfurt, Thimo Schwenzfeier knows all the ins and outs

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