The Pirelli Calendar star was discovered by Alexander Wang and has appeared on covers including Vogue Paris, Vogue Italia and W.
The Berlin-based duo have garnered a large industry fan-base for their streetwear aesthetic and focus on sustainability.
Editor in Chief, Vogue Germany
As a founding member and current president of the Fashion Council Germany, she is campaigning to build the country's fashion profile.
Chief Executive Officer, Bottega Veneta
After eight years at Hugo Boss, the experienced executive now turns his focus to Kering's second largest luxury brand.
Fischer created streetwear’s must-visit digital destination, thanks to his publication’s popular “What Drops Today” feature and impactful partnerships with leading brands.
Global Creative Officer, MCM
During his tenure as Adidas' creative director, Schoenberger led collaborations with the likes of Raf Simons and Rick Owens, before joining MCM in a surprise move.
Scouted on her first day of university, the model turned photographer is known for her seductive imagery, including the world famous Guess campaigns.
Designers, Mansur Gavriel
The designers behind last year's mid-price bucket bags that generated waiting lists the world over have expanded into footwear and ready-to-wear.
Creative Director, Vanity Fair
The Vanity Fair staffer styled transgender TV star Caitlyn Jenner for Annie Leibovitz's cover shoot which went viral.
Founder, Jil Sander
After an eight year period of absence, the minimalist designer returned to the helm of her eponymous label in 2012, before announcing her intent to leave once again due to personal reasons.
Editor-in-Chief, 032c, Ssense
The Berliner has grown 032c into a progressive and globally influential ‘thinking man’s’ fashion and culture magazine, and helms the Canadian e-tailer Ssense as its editor-in-chief.
A longtime Marc Jacobs collaborator, his raw, overexposed imagery blurs the lines between commercial and personal work.
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