#StorySession2 – ModaLisboa
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Ana Costa | Catalyst

Ana Costa is dazzled by nature and an advocate for Sustainability since she was a child. She believes that Environment and Fashion are deeply interconnected. Both of them inspire People, giving them (literally) resources to be at their best. She also believes in the Power of Fashion to create trends that become viral and the need for this power to be addressed as a ‘Force for Good’. We’re all agents of change with a direct impact in the Future, and Ana is determined to have a positive impact in this amazing era of sustainability consciousness, where we experience this global journey of fashion evolution (not revolution) for brands and consumers.


Catarina Jorge | Wow

Catarina Jorge is the project manager of Porto Fashion & Fabric Museum, the Fashion and Textiles Museum of WOW. The WOW (wow.pt) is the cultural quarter of Gaia. It opened its doors on July of 2020 and since then it has five open museums, various cafes and restaurants, a whine bar and shops. In 2021, when WOW can reopen, it will be marked by another grand opening. The sixth museum will be born — the Porto Fashion & Fabric Museum. Thus, Catarina assumes the mission of communicating and revealing to the whole community some details of the new museum.


Guilherme Braz | Huub

As Lead Business Development of a tech-fashion supply chain startup, Guilherme Braz has the daily opportunity to talk and meet with some of the most creative minds disrupting the fashion industry, from their designs to the entire business model proposed. HUUB’s global supply chain ecosystem and platform enables him to empower smaller brands providing the service, experience and results that give these independent labels the same opportunities as the big corporations.


Mico Mineiro | Twintex

Mico Mineiro, a native from Tortosendo in Covilhã, born and raised in the industrial confection environment, a family business to which he still dedicates himself today. His higher education went through the UK, at Kingston University in London, where he deepened his knowledge in Automobile Engineering, a passion that remains today, along with Textile. It was also in the UK that he gave his first professional steps before returning to Portugal to dedicate exclusively to Twintex in 2006. Mico is curious by nature, in every moment he searches and wants to learn new solutions and new business’s methods.


Sylvie Pourrat | Who’s Next & Première Classe

Sylvie Pourrat is synonymous with the fashion accessories sector and, in particular, that of Première Classe, the international B2B event dedicated to fashion accessories and designers. Première Classe was founded in 1989 in Paris and remains the top accessories tradeshow on the international fashion scene. Sylvie has been part of Première Classe for over 20 years. From 2008 to 2018, she held the position of Director of Première Classe, and today is the Director of the Offer and Selection for the Who’s Next and Première Classe tradeshows, owned by WSN Development.


March 24, 2021