The third edition of Fashion Displacement will set the tone for a choral conversation on the future of fashion and which steps must be taken in order to bridge the gap between education and industry.
I think that today, your career is fundamental for your own independence and happiness. It is also a place to set forward the visibility and practice of equal rights. The educational environment is the place where people are formed in order to cover a job position, so it has to correlate and be effective in that sense. Nonetheless, the educational environment is also the place where the mentality of young people is formed. These young women and men will shape the future of the world in either a sustainable or unsustainable manner. As fashion is the most complete discipline, including humans, society and the industry, filling the gap between fashion education and fashion industry, is a mission with universal implication.
Moderated by Linda Loppa and organized in partnership with VOGUE Germany, the panel will feature a number of top-level professionals and thinkers.
Strategy & Vision Advisor
President of the Fashion Council Germany and Editor-in-Chief of VOGUE Germany
Deputy Chairperson and Image Manager at Emilio Pucci
Director of Customer Experience and Strategy at Barneys New York
Co-founder & Director of FASHIONCLASH foundation
Fashion Designer and Co-founder of Agi&Sam
Art Dealer and Gallery Owner
Director of Polimoda
The 2018 chapter of Fashion Displacement will take in the transformative energy of one of Europe’s most fascinating and controversial cities. Polimoda’s annual event finds its setting in Berlin on the heels of Gallery Weekend, one of Germany’s most renowned contemporary art events. The panel will be held inside a refined rooftop loft overlooking the vibrant urbanity of the Kreuzberg district, beating heart of yesteryear counterculture now turned lifestyle and entertainment hub.
Now at its third edition, Fashion Displacement has touched various locations on the global map. The panel was first launched in 2016 in New York, where it involved leading figures in fashion and job-market experts the likes of Suzy Menkes, Fabio Piras, Aimee Song, Burak Cakmak, Sara Kozlowski while the 2017 chapter in Florence saw the participation of Anja Aronowsky Cronberg, Carlo Capasa, Raffaello Napoleone and Stefan Siegel, among others.
This event is by invitation only.
For more information, contact:
Candice-Reney Jooste, Executive Producer
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