Mark your calendars for another edition of SPORTSWEAR INTERNATIONAL TALKS hosted by BLUEZONE denim fabrics show in Munich. During the intimate talk sessions we will discuss how the power of women can change the denim world.

Have a closer look at the topic and the line-up:

In this panel talk, the focus is specifically on women, who work in the denim industry. What are the challenges as a woman to work in a female dominated environment? What are their personal experiences, especially in a leading position? Do cultural/religious differences play a role when working with men? What could women do better? What are their typical mistakes? What could women change in the denim industry, also to push their careers? These and many other interesting questions we would like to discuss with the participants of the SI Talks@BlueZone

Denim Dock area @ BlueZone, hall 7

Panel I
Tuesday 3rd September
4pm – 5pm
Panel II
Wednesday 4th September
11am – 12am

Who :
Panel I
Silvia Rancani, founder, The Denim Window 

Anne Oudard, denim designer

Anna Weber, denim artist & denim designer

Gulfem Santo, founder, Dibs on Blue

Sinem Celik, founder, BluProjects

Tricia Carey, director business development denim, Lenzing

Sadia Rafique, Endrime

Kelly Harrington, trend consultant and denim expert

Panel II
Sondos Saïd, denim authority in denim manufacturing & production

Sevgin Sicim, denim fabric manager, C&A

Mayssoun Bouzidi, business development manager, Texpro Corp.

Özge Özsoy, Bossa

Claudia Szerakowski, Eco Intelligence Growth

Pinar Demirel, Calik

Ebru Debbag, Soorty

Moderated by:

Lucie Germser Wröbel, head designer, Monsieur-T.

Sabine Kühnl, editor-in-chief, SPORTSWEAR INTERNATIONAL

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