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Nora Kuehner is a well-known trend expert for the fashion and sportswear industry. In this podcast episode, she talks about how trends develop and what skills are needed to become a trends expert. She identifies the key trends for the wool industry. These include sustainability, fast fashion vs. slow fashion and including the customer into the supply chain process.
Nora says beautiful sentences such as ‘Wool is a product for sustainable thinking and appreciating clothing’ or ‘You don’t consume wool, you have it as a companion for life time’.
About Nora Kuehner
After training at the German Master School of Fashion in Munich, Nora Kühner gained her first professional experience as a full-time designer for fashionable sports and leisure wear. In 1987 she founded her own design studio. She successfully designs collections for renowned international companies in the sportswear industry. Until 2001, the focus of her design activities was on collections for ski, tennis, golf, football and fitness wear. Her design work is characterized by extensive experience, creativity and openness to new ideas. Complemented by personal, active commitment to creating successful solutions for the requirements of their customers.
Nora Kühner gives lectures on topics such as trend developments and colours at important industry meetings, e. g. in Friedrichshafen on the occasion of the Outdoor or in Munich at the Performance Days.
For many years, Nora Kühner has been committed to the issues of designers, primarily in the fashion and textile sector. These include, among others, since 1999
the voluntary counseling activity for the networks of expert counseling University of Hamburg and of the Women’s Academy Munich (FAM).
For almost 10 years Nora Kühner was responsible for the successful IDEAS trend colour chart.
Connect with Nora Kuehner here
Website of Nora Kuehner
ISPO Munich at the end of January each year
Performance Days every April and November
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