Creative Director

Nadine Villani


Isaac Roethe


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die wegmeister gmbh
Textil- und Modedialog

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Orga­nized by the lead­ing tex­tile asso­ci­a­tions in Ger­many, this is an annual con­ven­tion for major Ger­man fash­ion brands whose name trans­lates to Tex­tile and Fash­ion Dia­logue. The indus­try lead­ers gather to present and dis­cuss new advance­ments, trends, and devel­op­ment meth­ods relat­ing to tex­tile and their field.


Pos­i­tive first year results jus­ti­fied the Tex­til– und Modedialog’s exis­tence and the value of its con­tin­u­a­tion. Event orga­niz­ers desired to brand the expe­ri­ence to enable higher rec­og­niz­abil­ity in years to come. Orga­niz­ers also learned the impor­tance of remov­ing their own logos from Tex­til– und Mode­di­a­log logo appli­ca­tions as the event was allowed to grow into its own being, inde­pen­dent of fund­ing organizations.


The act of indi­vid­u­als join­ing together in dis­cus­sion was seen as a metaphor for tex­tile itself. This view drove deci­sions of how to rep­re­sent and com­bine logo ele­ments. The inter­change­abil­ity of the logo mir­rors fash­ion and its per­ma­nent state of never-ending tran­si­tion. Depend­ing on the back­ground, the “T” and “D” trade their col­ors to main­tain the proper read­ing order of “T” first, “M” and then “D”. The logo debuted using cyan, magenta, and yel­low, but fol­low­ing years are encour­aged to use new color combinations.

We wanted a logo that sym­bol­ized both tex­tile and our new annual event. Since the moment the logo was pre­sented to us, we were glad we had cho­sen to give die weg­meis­ter gmbh quite a bit of cre­ative free­dom from the get-go. We hap­pily approved and the fol­low­ing com­mu­ni­ca­tion with them was fruit­ful and the process excit­ing as the logo extended to brand the entire event. More than pleased that the logo sur­passed our expec­ta­tions, we were excited to see its var­i­ous iter­a­tions in its first year and look for­ward to see­ing the col­ors evolve through fol­low­ing events. — Simone Diebold, Busi­ness Admin­is­tra­tion of Süd­west­tex­til and PR of Gesamtmasche

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