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Member of Digital Maker Collective
Juliane Kahl, founder Responsive Fashion Institute, is a designer and researcher, focusing on the future of fashion. The Institute creates digital fashion applications and immersive spaces to promote sustainability. Juliane supports the development and implementation of sustainable research projects in the fashion sector and links these with environmental policy. In the course of her many years of teaching and pedagogical practice, Juliane designed modules and methods for national and international educational institutions.
In 2016 Juliane Kahl initiated the first Fashion Hackathon in East Africa in Addis Ababa. The project received the "Better Lives" award of the London College of Fashion. Her current project, the "Material Harvesting Hack" has been supported by the German Council for Sustainable Development (RNE).