We mentor and support fashion weeks and other fashion events to be at the center of a paradigm shift. We consult you in how the next season can find it’s identity within sustainability and help to implement the changes. Curious? Look at the examples below.
The words stylish and sustainable don’t need to oppose each other. We help sustainable brands to create aesthetically pleasing content, enter the German market and kick off even more growth. Are you ready?BRANDS
We conceptualize why sustainability plays a role in your (EU) project and help you to act upon it. Read more about our current EU project below.
NEONYT, formerly known as Ethical Fashion Show and Green Show Room, is a hub that connects business, inspiration, knowledge, fun and community at Berlin Fashion Week.
I have visited their influencer format Prepeek from the beginning. Back then it was a small little room far off the glamourous world of fashion. Now, Prepeek has established itself as a successful format to bring influencers closer to sustainable fashion.
From 2018 onwards, I am part of the core team for each season. My main focus of AW19 and SS20 have been organizing talks, moderating the stage programme, and community activation. I was able to share the stage with Clare Press, have talked to ambassadors like Julia Dalia and Patrick Duffy from Global Fashion Exchange, and enjoyed industry insights of labels like LANIUS or Greenstyle MUC.
In 2019 for SS20, I was part of one of the most sustainable fashion weeks of the season. Helsinki is impressing with its holistic understanding and highlights conscious designers from all over the world.
I have supported Helsinki Fashion Week as Ambassador of Influencers and have managed the presence and schedule of many attending. As a goal, Helsinki Fashion Week reached an additional exposure of 430.000 people.
In 2018 and 2019 I was part of the two-year programme Youth Fashion Summit, a platform for young leaders of the future sustainable world of fashion. The participation included attending Copenhagen Fashion Summit. Throughout the two year participation, the focus was to implement changes towards SDGs 3 and 5; Good Health and Gender Equality.
While meeting over 100 other like-minded individuals, 2018 I was able to round up my participation with speaking on behalf of all participants on the stage of Copenhagen Fashion Summit.From 2018 onwards, I am part of the core team for each season. My main focus of AW19 and SS20 have been organizing talks, moderating the stage programme, and community activation. I was able to share the stage with Clare Press, have talked to ambassadors like Julia Dalia and Patrick Duffy from Global Fashion Exchange, and enjoyed industry insights of labels like LANIUS or Greenstyle MUC.
Migrant in Fashion aims at developing entrepreneurial competencies of female migrants in Europe within the fashion sector through tested innovation. This is a 30-month long project (2019-2021), co-funded by the EU and Erasmus+ and implemented in several different countries (Germany, Bulgaria, Italy, Sweden and Luxembourg).
My engagement included formulating learning blocks for the participants towards sustainability and fashion. It was an important milestone to infuse a sustainability perspective into their curriculum early on. Since 2019, I acted as a mentor to all Swedish participants and shares my knowledge on digital activism, sustainability branding and networking within the industry.
In 2015 I was part of the founding team of three at VinoKilo. Our first event was held in a friends’ living room. From there, we scaled quickly to cities within Germany (Hamburg, Berlin, Frankfurt, Cologne) and Netherlands. VinoKilo is a social enterprise that rethinks fashion consumption through vintage clothing. Besides the market expansion into the Nordics, I was responsible for sustainability and strategic partnerships.
While living in Malmö, Sweden, I enjoyed creating impact for the startup ecosystem. Drivhuset focusses on student entrepreneurs and I was a business coach, workshop facilitator and mentor. On top of that, my tasks included internal method development for social innovation and setting strategic anchors.
I chose the topics Female Entrepreneurship, Social Innovation and Sharing Economy. Further, I was project manager for the three most complex projects we executed in the years of 2018 and 2019.
Brands like Artisan & Fox trust my intentions to make sustainability aesthetically pleasing. After having been in contact for the first time in 2018, I was able to coordinate another product shoot in the summer of 2019. The earrings are hand-made in Kenia and their incredible story and impact had to be presented in an artistic manner. These pictures are the interpretation of sustainability and aesthetics.
Special thanks to Laimonis Brakks behind the camera and David Lindberg for your assistance.
In 2018 I was contacted by the clothing rental service Fairnica. In collaboration, I have created my first own capsule collection for the brand.
The process focused on curating 30 outfits based on 7 multi-brand looks. Colors, cuts and shapes have to be combinable endlessly in order to be longlasting. As part of the collaboration, I was responsible for creating content for those 30 looks.
Here are some examples of the photos I produced together with Connie Beatrice. Customers are able to rent the chosen pieces as part of the SS20 collections for a month or longer.
In 2018, I have gathered like-minded people from over 10 countries to contribute to an easy and informative guide to sustainable fashion.
The eBook Consious Closet Guide was born and has over 1000 downloads.