most intimate area of a person – their body – with the public space.”
A rapidly-changing world has a growing need for warmth and comfort – fur
is not only luxury, but also a sensual wellbeing experience. Most WILD collection pieces are reversible and wearable in a multitude of ways, enabling one to create a plethora of new, individual looks and applications. The collection includes strikingly uncommon garments – “jamais vu” – made of lamb fur, swakara, seal, leather and silk. Supreme quality of skins, traditional craftsmanship and ethical origins are requirements –
pure luxury fur. Sustainability through complete use of the animal.
With an annual turnover of 1.8 Billion Euros, Kopenhagen Fur is the world’s largest fur auction house and the leading provider of luxury fur. The company is owned by the Danish mink farmers and is one of the world’s best functioning cooperatives, which has ensured that the quality of Kopenhagen Fur’s skins remain amongst the finest in the world.
Kopenhagen Fur has some of the highest standards in the fur industry with a unique sorting and grading system that ensures the best fur quality.
“Simply the world’s finest fur.”
Gesine Gold Branding GmbH works with a distinct brand model “Excellence in Branding” and through this creates brand personalities that have a luminous charisma on the market. They are authentic, credible and relevant. She develops visionary, excellent and radical ideas for her customers based on emotional intelligence and analytical thought. She develops strong and distinct brands. A decisive strategic key to establishment on the market is her “THE LUXURY STRATEGY”.
“We live for excellence in our goals and to turn our customers into bright stars in the market.”
A specialist in fashion marketing and communications for more than two decades, Norma Quinto is managing director of Berlin-based consultancy Quinto GmbH, an upstart firm helping a range of brands and artists realize their full potential. Quinto covered Europe’s denim and activewear markets for trade publication WWD upon her relocation to Germany. In New York, she operated Quinto + Company, a marketing, public relations and fashion-show production company from 1993 to 2010. Its client roster ranged from American designer Bibhu Mohapatra and Dutch lingerie specialist Marlies Dekkers to Marc Jacobs, Marthe + Francois Girbaud, Mavi Jeans and many luxury brands. In 1991, she gained her entre into fashion as publicist at Dolce & Gabbana and also did a brief stint at the Council of Fashion Designers of America, CFDA.
and the Dalai Lama.