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Lindex appoints Nina Starck as Head of Design
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Apr '13
As a part of its international expansion and to grow even more within the fashion segment Lindex has recruited a new Head of Design. Nina Starck was recruited at the end of last year, and she most recently worked at H&M, where she was responsible for overall trend analyses. As Head of Design, Nina Starck will also be part of Lindex purchasing department.

"We want to continue developing our fashion at Lindex. Nina Starck and her new role enable us to focus even more on our design efforts, which will make a positive impact on our total offer to our customers," says Göran Bille, CEO of Lindex AB.

Nina Starck has studied at the Institute of Design in Borås and the Academy of Cutting and Tailoring in Stockholm. She has previously managed the creative work behind new collections and she most recently worked at H&M, where she was responsible for overall trend analyses.

"It will be really exciting getting to know Lindex and its customers. For me, design is all about successfully communicating a clear and inspiring vision that follows a distinct theme throughout the entire process, i.e. from the vision all the way to the collections that customers see in our stores," says Nina Starck, Head of Design at Lindex.

Lindex is one of Europe's leading fashion chains, with more than 470 stores in 16 markets. Our business concept is to offer inspiring and affordable fashion. The Lindex selection encompasses a variety of fashion concepts within women's wear, kids' wear and lingerie for women who are interested in fashion. Lindex is part of the Finnish-listed Stockmann group.

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