THEY DECIDED THE WINNER
Excitement was guaranteed at the big gala night for the INHORGENTA AWARDs on 19 February 2017 at the Munich Postpalast. These jury members decided who was awarded the with the coveted trophy.
The Munich native became famous as the co-presenter of the ZDF-heute-journal and the face of the TV programme “heute nacht”. She also presented the “Leute heute” programme for ten years. Today, she presents the talk show “Unter vier Augen” alternately with Sabine Sauer on Bayerische Fernsehen and the talk show “Forum Manager” alternately with Sigmund Gottlieb and together with Marc Beise on Phoenix.
The German top model was discovered by star designer Wolfgang Joop in a Potsdam café in 1997. Since then, she has appeared on the catwalk for world-famous fashion labels such as Thierry Mugler, Karl Lagerfeld and Vivienne Westwood. The Rostock native is also a UNICEF ambassador.
The It girl and model was born in Iran and grew up in Aachen. The former politics student was Miss Germany in 2004 and Miss Europe in 2005. From 12 November, she will represent the state of North-Rhine Westphalia in the ProSieben show "Deutschland tanzt" (Germany Dances).
The star fashion designer began his career at Levi Strauss & Co. He spent ten years as head designer and Global Creative Director at adidas. In 2006, he founded his own fashion label in Berlin. Starting this year, he has been a judge on Heidi Klum's "Germany's Next Top Model".
Prof. Christine Lüdeke
The Swiss industrial designer was born in Los Angeles and completed her education in California and Milan. She has been director of the Studio for Industrial Design in Zurich since 1994. She has also been professor at the School of Design in Pforzheim and head of the "Jewellery" department since 2001.
As a member of the managing team at Wempe, she is a well-known personality in the jewellery and watch industry. Hardly any other woman can hold a candle to the Hamburg resident when it comes to success in a retail environment.
Julia Katharina Hettich
She worked for Bunte.de in New York for several years. As head of the Fashion & Beauty segment, she reports about the latest trends in this area and is always up to date.
Gisbert L. Brunner
The Munich-based journalist and book writer has been writing about watches since 1981. The 69-year-old has published more than 20 books about timepieces.