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EuroShop RetailDesign Award/Conference
16.02.2014 - 17.02.2014
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Speakers 2014

 
Harry Cunningham

Harry Cunningham, Saks Fifth Avenue, New York City/USA, Senior Vice President, Store Planning, Design & VM

 
Lidewij Edelkoort

Lidewij Edelkoort, Edelkoort ETC / Trend Union, Paris/F

 
Prof. Rodney Fitch

Prof. Rodney Fitch, London (UK)

 
HeeSun Kim

HeeSun Kim, FRCH Design Worldwide, Cincinnati/OH, USA, Vice President and Creative Managing Director

 
Paul Loux

Paul Loux, Sephora Americas Inc., San Francisco/CA, USA, Senior Vice President, Store Design & Property Development

 
Alison Embrey Medina

Alison Embrey Medina, design:retail magazine, Executive Editor

 
Martín Pérez Miranda

Martín Pérez Miranda, Liverpool Department Stores, Col. Santa Fé/Mex, Director of Department Stores Planning

 
Christine Sturch

Christine Sturch, Whole Foods Market, Chicago/IL, USA, Senior Interior Design & Branding Coordinator

 
Paolo Zilli

Paolo Zilli, Zaha Hadid Architects, Associate, London/UK

Registration

Organisation

Claudia Horbert

Content
Claudia Horbert
T: +49 221 57993-58
E: horbert(at)ehi.org

 
Katharina Sieweke

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Angelika Simko
T: +49 221 57993-24
E: Simko(at)ehi.org

Paul Loux

Paul Loux

Sephora Americas Inc., San Francisco/CA, USA, Senior Vice President, Store Design & Property Development

Paul Loux is the Senior Vice President of Store Design and Property Development for San Francisco-based Sephora, where he is responsible for all aspects of environmental design, overseeing Store Design and Planning and Visual Merchandising. Prior to joining Sephora in 2008, Loux served as the Retail Design Director in Nike’s Global Brand Design group from 2002 to 2008, where he worked on the retail design concepts for Nike’s freestanding and shop-in-shop store programs. Before Nike, he was the Director of Store Design at Levi’s in San Francisco from 1999 to 2002. He began his career in the department store world of Dayton Hudson’s and Marshall Field’s in 1991, working in both the visual merchandising and the store design teams. Loux received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame in psychology and business and went on to attain his Master of Architecture degree at the University of Colorado, Denver.

Panel Discussion: How to stay attractive for customers – vitalization of traditional brands

The session will examine how Saks Fifth Avenue pairs its distinct shopping heritage with a new contemporary design philosophy, will tap into the elegant and creative new grocery paradigm that Whole Foods has created, and explore the growing international footprint that Sephora is unleashing on a global scale – and the challenges that come with each.

Moderation from Alison Embrey Medina