TREND TRIP: HAVANA INTERIORS
May
23
to May 27

TREND TRIP: HAVANA INTERIORS

HAVANA INTERIORS

MAY 23 – 27, 2019  

WE ARE PLEASED TO INTRODUCE ONE OF CUBA’S FIRST EVER DESIGN TOURS! AN EXCITING 5-DAY JOURNEY VISITING NEWLY-INAUGURATED BOUTIQUE HOTELS, PRIVATE HOMES, DESIGN STUDIOS AND THE HAVANA DESIGN BIENNIAL

TAKE A RARE INSIDER’S LOOK AT HAVANA’S MOST INSPIRING ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIORS, WITH A PROGRAM ESPECIALLY CURATED FOR THE A&D COMMUNITY.  

LED BY ARCHITECTURE EXPERT AND AUTHOR HERMES MALLEA, THIS IS A TRULY UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPLORE HIDDEN HAVANA WHILE WITNESSING THE COUNTRY’S EXCITING DESIGN SCENE EMERGE. GUESTS WILL BE GIVEN ACCESS TO THE CITY’S MOST INSPIRING AND ECCENTRIC SPACES, MEETING CUBA’S NEW DESIGN ENTREPENEURS AND GAINING A FIRST-HAND EXPERIENCE OF REAL HAVANA STYLE. 

Single Occupancy        US $5,500 p.p.

Shared Occupancy      US $4,800 p.p.

Included:

-       4 night’s accommodation at the renowned Hotel Saratoga

-       Cuba entry visa

-       VIP assistance during preparation and in Havana


-       3 meals daily: 4 lunches & 4 dinners (including 2 beverages per meal)


-       Airport transfers in Cuba

-       All private transfers & guided tours in English

-       Havana Design Biennial & additional activities

Please note that the following are not included:


-       Return airfares

-       Airline baggage fees & overweight charges

-       Personal hotel incidentals & other expenses


-       After-dinner activities


-       Gratuities for guides and driver

* For full details & registration forms, please contact Edelkoort Inc on +1 212 420 7622 or philip@edelkoort.com

Read more about Hermès Mallea & his journeys through Havana in this Architectural Digest article:

https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/hermes-mallea-havana-living-today-cuban-design

Hermès’ latest book GREAT HOUSES OF HAVANA can be ordered here

View Event →

INTERIORS FOOD & LIVING, 2021 & BEYOND presented by Li Edelkoort & special guest: Flynn McGarry, GEM
May
22
12:30 PM12:30

INTERIORS FOOD & LIVING, 2021 & BEYOND presented by Li Edelkoort & special guest: Flynn McGarry, GEM

12:30 doors open 

1:00 A MATTER OF TASTE / A TASTE FOR DESIGN: Home & Lifestyle 2021 presented by Li Edelkoort 

1:50 FORM FOLLOWS FOOD: design & materials

2:10 Special Guest: Flynn McGarry, Gem

2:30 THE NEXT DECADE OF TASTE: Flavor 2020-2030 presented by Li Edelkoort 

3:00 Q&A

3:15 approximate end 

Tickets: $275 

Full Day (morning & afternoon sessions) including zero-waste lunch 

$550 per person

$380 current Trend Union clients

Taste is driving every aspect of our lives from homes to hospitality, from food to fashion, and from make-up to materials. The largest megatrend on our planet today must be people’s fascination with food, which is taking over our spending and inspiring all other interests. Kitchens are refurbished and enlarged, becoming the best place to be in the house, the room where everyone congregates to work, study, play and cook. Kitchen tools, tabletop design and pots and pans are conceived to better steam, roast, grill or bake foods that are organic, nomadic and authentic. Fabrics play the game as well, with darker linens and printed motifs, as if designed for the sophisticated amateur chef. Aprons come co-ordinated with shirting and watches are designed for the exact measuring of minutes and the reading of seconds – essential for any successful cake or roast. All this adds up to new shapes for furniture, new textures for materials, new needs for architecture, and new adventures for the great outdoors - all impacted by the textures, flavours and colours that define what we eat.

Flynn McGarry-Gem_Headshot (1)_Photo Credit Joshua Aronson _ @jda.usa.jpeg

FLYNN MCGARRY

At the age of 10, Flynn McGarry knew he wanted to cook. He began practicing his knife skills after school, and soon after started creating dishes for a few of his mother's friends. At 11, came the purchase of Thomas Keller's The French Laundry cookbook, then Grant Achatz's Alinea. By 12, the number of courses and guests had doubled at what was now called EUREKA (after the street where he lived), a supper club operating out of his mother's home in Studio City. At 13, Flynn began apprenticing at Ray's and Stark Bar at LACMA under Chef Kris Morningstar, then later went on to stage at Eleven Madison Park under Chef Daniel Humm as well as at Alinea, Next, and Modernist Cuisine in Seattle.

At the same time, Flynn and his small EUREKA staff, made up of family and professionals, were serving 20 guests a tasting menu of 14-courses out of Flynn's kitchen/bedroom. Flynn then became the subject of a New Yorker "Talk of the Town" piece, "Prodigy." Chef John Sedlar graciously invited Flynn to serve his expanding mailing list at his restaurant for a night serving 120 guests. Flynn worked for a year at Alma under Chef Ari Taymor in Los Angeles and continued to pop-up EUREKA in L.A, S.F, and N.Y. 

In 2014, Flynn was the cover story of the Food and Drink Issue of The New York Times Magazine, became the youngest honoree on Zagat Los Angeles' "30 Under 30" list and was named one of the top 25 most influential teens from Time magazine. After finishing high school, Flynn traveled to Europe to stage at Maemo in Oslo and Geranium in Copenhagen. 

In 2018, Flynn opened his first permanent restaurant, Gem, in New York City's Lower East Side. The restaurant features a $155 per person multi-course tasting menu and is open Tuesday through Saturday. The interactive experience is intended to be a reflection of an intimate dinner party among friends. This all follows the world premiere of his namesake documentary "CHEF FLYNN" at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival in January. 

Most recently, Gem garnered a glowing two-star review from the New York Times’ restaurant critic Pete Wells in August 2018 with the headline: “At Gem, Teen Wonder Plays in the Big Leagues.”

18_designoracles_0.jpg

LI EDELKOORT, TREND UNION

Li is one of the world’s most renowned trend forecasters. She is an intuitive thinker who travels the world studying the evolution of socio-cultural trends before sharing this information with her clients in industries as diverse as fashion, textiles, interiors, retail, food, transport and urban planning. Under her Paris- and New York-based company Trend Union, Edelkoort creates trend forecasts two or more years ahead that are tools used by strategists, designers and marketers at international brands. Edelkoort has worked for some of the world’s best-known companies, for example: advising Coca-Cola how Sprite should communicate with emerging youth archetypes; defining how western perceptions of Japanese culture can benefit Nissan to improve sales and build their identity abroad; explaining how technology, design and services will be affected by newly-formed social networks amongst consumers under 20 years-old for Time Warner Cable; conducting brand repositioning studies and product development for Rubelli; and forecasting new consumer archetypes for Esprit as far forward as 2068.

In 2014, her French knighthood title was promoted to Officier des Arts et des Lettres and the RSA's Faculty for Royal Designers in Britain named Edelkoort as an Honorary Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) in recognition of her pioneering career. In 2015 her much-talked about ANTI_FASHION Manifesto was the first to raise awareness about the shifts and upheavals currently experienced in the global fashion industry. In 2017 she was inducted into Interior Design’s Hall of Fame. Edelkoort is currently working on trend forecasts for 2021, dividing her time equally between Paris and New York, where she is dean of Hyrbid Studies at Parsons, leading the New School's MFA Textile Masters. She is also founder of New York Textile Month each September.

View Event →
AW20-21 BROWN AGE WITH LIDEWIJ EDELKOORT
May
22
9:00 AM09:00

AW20-21 BROWN AGE WITH LIDEWIJ EDELKOORT

AW20-21 BROWN AGE WITH LIDEWIJ EDELKOORT

$200 current trend book clients* / $395 general admission

9:00 doors open

9:30 BROWN AGE - Autumn / Winter 2020-21 presented by Li Edelkoort

11:00 short break

11:20 RECREATION - Casualwear trends & colours - presented by Philip Fimmano

12:00 Ask Li - Open discussion with Li Edelkoort

12:30 approximate end

________________________________________________________________________________________

COLOUR: Autumn / Winter 2020 – 21 

Brown is a lively tint composed of several others, therefore it is able to adapt and create dialogue with all the variations of colour this season; the presence of brown changes these other hues and can turn a whole wardrobe around, igniting new life in all surrounding colours. When opposed by black, grey or white tints tend to be sharp and in contrast yet the warmth of brown, camel and beige takes the edge off these same harmonies, making them cosy and comforting for the eye. The innate happiness obtained from the simplicity of brown – as in the sphere of a potato, the grace of a ceramic jug, the organic shape of a wooden plank or the silence of a linen canvas – is creates a sense of belonging and a sensation of being rooted, of feeling a deep connection with materials made by hand, made by man, made with respect for all. The hues of earth and minerals, pigments and roots, clay and sand, as well as natural dyes such as tea and onion, embed brown as with a universal value, recognizable by all, a rare common language of colour that is in favour of the planet, able to adapt and live a longer life than most other tints. Shades of brown exude quality and longevity and therefore incarnate the luxury colour range of the future.

FASHION, SHAPES & TEXTILES: Autumn / Winter 2020 – 21 

With the importance of brown comes the need for abstraction, of finally growing up and leaving story telling behind. Materials will be judged on their own merit, clothes constructed for their own function, details designed for their own strength of expression; a spherical and cultured style of garment making. Restructuring versus deconstructing, reshaping a more positive period to come. Also rethinking the fashion system and its rhythm.  Textiles will include certain key qualities such as corduroy and velvet, moleskin and denim, brushed cotton and felted woollens, leathers and nylons and teddy and terrycloth. All matter needs to be tactile and vital. Browner shades will dominate abstract jacquards, traditional blanket patterns and folkloric stripes. But in a contemporary twist we will witness that brown will give grace to fluid fabrics, giving innovation to metallic qualities and making laces nude and tender, heralding a new era of softer sensuous lingerie. Therefore this season is the great turnaround stylish society has been waiting for, renewing fashion and design from within with a clear and activist undertone, harvesting equality and creativity in equal portions.


RECREATION - CASUALWEAR TRENDS & COLOURS

Times are changing and so are casualwear, activewear, workwear and all other expressions of leisure clothing. For the first time in fashion history they are merging amongst themselves and even with fashion itself, creating a new hybrid category that I now call recreation. The term feels new and fun because it says what it is all about; people taking time to rest and restore, and clothes taking time to evolve, all in the process of being recreated. Illustrating how creativity will help us enjoy time off with our hobbies, activities and sports. Shapes can go from body-conscious to super-oversized; these influences overlap, where bodywear is worn with outerwear and even one-of-a-kind fashion items. A long skirt counterbalances very casual outfits, for example, or very normal basics are cut up and layered to become new icons. Furthermore the issue of seasons and gender become increasingly obsolete as well, blending summer and winter qualities and reversing the male/female rules. This all seems to combine into a huge hybrid field, creating a fluid fashion of casual clothes to play with and enjoy.  

$200 current trend book clients*

$395 general admission

* for your client discount code please contact: chloe@edelkoortinc.com

View Event →
A/W 20-21 Preview
Jan
31
11:15 AM11:15

A/W 20-21 Preview

COLOUR: Autumn / Winter 2020 – 21

Brown is a lively tint composed of several others, therefore it is able to adapt and create dialogue with all the variations of colour this season; the presence of brown changes these other hues and can turn a whole wardrobe around, igniting new life in all surrounding colours. When opposed by black, grey or white tints tend to be sharp and in contrast yet the warmth of brown, camel and beige takes the edge off these same harmonies, making them cosy and comforting for the eye. The innate happiness obtained from the simplicity of brown – as in the sphere of a potato, the grace of a ceramic jug, the organic shape of a wooden plank or the silence of a linen canvas – is creates a sense of belonging and a sensation of being rooted, of feeling a deep connection with materials made by hand, made by man, made with respect for all. The hues of earth and minerals, pigments and roots, clay and sand, as well as natural dyes such as tea and onion, embed brown as with a universal value, recognizable by all, a rare common language of colour that is in favour of the planet, able to adapt and live a longer life than most other tints. Shades of brown exude quality and longevity and therefore incarnate the luxury colour range of the future.


FASHION, SHAPES & TEXTILES: Autumn / Winter 2020 – 21

With the importance of brown comes the need for abstraction, of finally growing up and leaving story telling behind. Materials will be judged on their own merit, clothes constructed for their own function, details designed for their own strength of expression; a spherical and cultured style of garment making. Restructuring versus deconstructing, reshaping a more positive period to come. Also rethinking the fashion system and its rhythm.  

Textiles will include certain key qualities such as corduroy and velvet, moleskin and denim, brushed cotton and felted woollens, leathers and nylons and teddy and terrycloth. All matter needs to be tactile and vital. Browner shades will dominate abstract jacquards, traditional blanket patterns and folkloric stripes. But in a contemporary twist we will witness that brown will give grace to fluid fabrics, giving innovation to metallic qualities and making laces nude and tender, heralding a new era of softer sensuous lingerie. 

Therefore this season is the great turnaround stylish society has been waiting for, renewing fashion and design from within with a clear and activist undertone, harvesting equality and creativity in equal portions.

General admission :$395.00

Trend Union client: $275.00

View Event →
S/S 2020 trend seminar in NY
Jan
31
9:30 AM09:30

S/S 2020 trend seminar in NY

Program:

9:00 doors open

9:30 THE GENESIS OF COLOUR - Spring / Summer 2020 presented by Philip Fimmano

9:45 FOLKLORE - Spring / Summer 2020

11:00 approximate end

Folklore is as old as humanity and can be seen as a mirror of culture, a key to society, a projection of the mind.

- Dundes

FOLKLORE

Spring / Summer 2020

Folklore can be considered the subconscious picture of oneself; a way in which people share an identity and congregate with a strong sense of belonging. They belong to the region, to the landscape, to the history and its culture, but most of all they belong to each other. In each village of each valley the ingredients are the same, yet the execution differs and adds another local layer of sacred expression. Folklore keeps reinventing itself as society moves from one period to another and generations are requested to establish their multiple identities. Clothes are craft minded cultural carriers of intricate woven textiles, sumptuous laces and openwork, festive ribbons and fringes, beading and embroideries. The study of the global span of folkloric fashions introduces new key garment shapes and teaches us a very important notion: not one folklore is unique and not one expression is singular; and that these symbols can also be seen as visual maps connecting the human condition.

THE GENESIS OF COLOUR

Spring / Summer 2020

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

And the earth was without form, a void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep and unknown.

So begins the legend of creation which brings us a multitude of inspirations, reflecting very new directions in colour. A range of muted colours is presented, moving from the darkness of our times, into the light and shadows, followed by the evolution of new hues connected to natural elements and animals; culminating in a celebration of diversity through the beautiful brown tones of human skin. These nuances and monochromes herald a much softer way of designing colour for the summers to come.

$200 current trend book clients*

$395 general admission

for tickets & details please contact: chloe@edelkoort.com

View Event →
S/S 2020 trends in Melbourne
Jan
16
1:30 PM13:30

S/S 2020 trends in Melbourne

Australia! Trend Union is pleased to bring its world-renowned trend forecasts back to Australia for two special trend seminars in Sydney and Melbourne. Hosted by David Clark, this half-day session will look at trends in Fashion, Textiles, Colour, Interiors and Materials.

Program:

1:30 doors open

2:00 FOLKLORE - Summer 2020 presented by Philip Fimmano

3:15 short break

3:40 THE HOUSE IN COLOUR - Home & Interiors 2020 presented by Philip Fimmano

4:30 CURTAINS, CULTURE & COLLABORATION: discussion with Philip Fimmano & David Clark

5:00 approximate end

Tickets: AUD $295 per person (including Eventbrite booking fee)

DIA Members (registered members only):

Groups of 4+ : $220 per person ($75 saving)

Students & Faculty (with current valid I.D.): $220 per person ($75 saving)



Please note that filming and photography are not permitted at this event

Folklore is as old as humanity and can be seen as a mirror of culture, a key to society, a projection of the mind.

- Dundes

TREND_E20_high1.jpg

FOLKLORE

Spring / Summer 2020

Folklore can be considered the subconscious picture of oneself; a way in which people share an identity and congregate with a strong sense of belonging. They belong to the region, to the landscape, to the history and its culture, but most of all they belong to each other. In each village of each valley the ingredients are the same, yet the execution differs and adds another local layer of sacred expression. Folklore keeps reinventing itself as society moves from one period to another and generations are requested to establish their multiple identities. Clothes are craft minded cultural carriers of intricate woven textiles, sumptuous laces and openwork, festive ribbons and fringes, beading and embroideries. The study of the global span of folkloric fashions introduces new key garment shapes and teaches us a very important notion: not one folklore is unique and not one expression is singular; and that these symbols can also be seen as visual maps connecting the human condition.

THE GENESIS OF COLOUR

Spring / Summer 2020

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

And the earth was without form, a void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep and unknown.

So begins the legend of creation which brings us a multitude of inspirations, reflecting very new directions in colour. A range of muted colours is presented, moving from the darkness of our times, into the light and shadows, followed by the evolution of new hues connected to natural elements and animals; culminating in a celebration of diversity through the beautiful brown tones of human skin. These nuances and monochromes herald a much softer way of designing colour for the summers to come.

Lifestyle_2020.jpg

THE HOUSE OF COLOUR

Home & Interiors 2020

After twenty years of incredible autonomous design, with the development of innovative materials, the testing of other volumes and the inclusion of changing rituals, the new focus in the house of the future will be on the use of colour. This taste for colour is just beginning and will grow in the next decade, influencing consumers to become happier. The innate fear in people for using colour is gradually giving in to the joy of manipulating it to transform materials and give life to otherwise forgotten spaces and products. A splash of yellow can wake up a room, a shadow of grey can design a space, a touch of pink can make people smile. With the renaissance of colouring comes new codes of conduct, a contemporary culture of more local choices and unusual colour ranges, with incredibly sophisticated harmonies where the green range includes blue and yellow, the terra cotta range includes pink and slate, and the neutral range includes skin and bone; slightly off combinations to make the same old look brand new and enticing.

Colour will become demanding and will impose its rules and ruffles, thus changing objects by giving them another more vibrant energy. Actually modifying the way we move through space, how we design different rooms and live out a more expressive existence.

SPEAKERS:

PHILIP FIMMANO is a contemporary fashion and lifestyle specialist, contributing to Trend Union’s books, Bloom magazine and strategic studies for various international brands. He works in industries as varied as textiles, interiors, food, craft, luxury, travel and retail. He is also the Director of the New York-based creative studio Edelkoort Inc., providing concept, colour and strategic consulting to companies in North and South America.

In 2011, Fimmano co-founded Talking Textiles, an ongoing initiative to promote awareness and innovation in textiles through touring exhibitions and educational programs. He is also a curator of exhibitions for international museums, and has spoken about art and design at institutions such as Musée du Quai Branly in Paris, Nordiska museet in Stockholm, Royal College of Art in London and five N.I.F.T. campuses across India. He is currently the mentor of the Trend Forecasting Masters at Polimoda in Florence.

DAVID CLARK has established himself as a leading figure in the interior design industry. His 30 year career has spanned the textile trade as well as architecture, design, marketing and publishing. As Design and Deputy Editor for Belle, as Editor-in-chief of Vogue Living – David gave voice to his particular focus on the idea of ‘Home’. He values texture, technology and the sensual experience of being human. He believes in the pursuit of beauty, the importance of curiosity, and the power of design to create a more civilized world.

This event is part of the Victorian Design Program, an initiative of Creative Victoria & the NGV

unnamed (1).jpg
Unknown.png
View Event →
S/S 2020 trends in Sydney
Jan
15
1:30 PM13:30

S/S 2020 trends in Sydney

Australia! Trend Union is pleased to bring its world-renowned trend forecasts back to Australia for two special trend seminars in Sydney and Melbourne. Hosted by David Clark, this half-day session will look at trends in Fashion, Textiles, Colour, Interiors and Materials.

Program:

1:30 doors open

2:00 FOLKLORE - Summer 2020 presented by Philip Fimmano

3:15 short break

3:40 THE HOUSE IN COLOUR - Home & Interiors 2020 presented by Philip Fimmano

4:30 CURTAINS, CULTURE & COLLABORATION: discussion with Philip Fimmano & David Clark

5:00 approximate end

Tickets: AUD $295 per person (including Eventbrite booking fee)

DIA Members (registered members only):

Groups of 4+ : $220 per person ($75 saving)

Students & Faculty (with current valid I.D.): $220 per person ($75 saving)

Please note that filming and photography are not permitted at this event


Folklore is as old as humanity and can be seen as a mirror of culture, a key to society, a projection of the mind.

- Dundes



TREND_E20_high1.jpg

FOLKLORE

Spring / Summer 2020

Folklore can be considered the subconscious picture of oneself; a way in which people share an identity and congregate with a strong sense of belonging. They belong to the region, to the landscape, to the history and its culture, but most of all they belong to each other. In each village of each valley the ingredients are the same, yet the execution differs and adds another local layer of sacred expression. Folklore keeps reinventing itself as society moves from one period to another and generations are requested to establish their multiple identities. Clothes are craft minded cultural carriers of intricate woven textiles, sumptuous laces and openwork, festive ribbons and fringes, beading and embroideries. The study of the global span of folkloric fashions introduces new key garment shapes and teaches us a very important notion: not one folklore is unique and not one expression is singular; and that these symbols can also be seen as visual maps connecting the human condition.

THE GENESIS OF COLOUR

Spring / Summer 2020

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

And the earth was without form, a void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep and unknown.

So begins the legend of creation which brings us a multitude of inspirations, reflecting very new directions in colour. A range of muted colours is presented, moving from the darkness of our times, into the light and shadows, followed by the evolution of new hues connected to natural elements and animals; culminating in a celebration of diversity through the beautiful brown tones of human skin. These nuances and monochromes herald a much softer way of designing colour for the summers to come.

Lifestyle_2020.jpg

THE HOUSE IN COLOUR

Home & Interiors 2020

After twenty years of incredible autonomous design, with the development of innovative materials, the testing of other volumes and the inclusion of changing rituals, the new focus in the house of the future will be on the use of colour. This taste for colour is just beginning and will grow in the next decade, influencing consumers to become happier. The innate fear in people for using colour is gradually giving in to the joy of manipulating it to transform materials and give life to otherwise forgotten spaces and products. A splash of yellow can wake up a room, a shadow of grey can design a space, a touch of pink can make people smile. With the renaissance of colouring comes new codes of conduct, a contemporary culture of more local choices and unusual colour ranges, with incredibly sophisticated harmonies where the green range includes blue and yellow, the terra cotta range includes pink and slate, and the neutral range includes skin and bone; slightly off combinations to make the same old look brand new and enticing.

Colour will become demanding and will impose its rules and ruffles, thus changing objects by giving them another more vibrant energy. Actually modifying the way we move through space, how we design different rooms and live out a more expressive existence.




SPEAKERS:

PHILIP FIMMANO is a contemporary fashion and lifestyle specialist, contributing to Trend Union’s books, Bloom magazine and strategic studies for various international brands. He works in industries as varied as textiles, interiors, food, craft, luxury, travel and retail. He is also the Director of the New York-based creative studio Edelkoort Inc., providing concept, colour and strategic consulting to companies in North and South America.

In 2011, Fimmano co-founded Talking Textiles, an ongoing initiative to promote awareness and innovation in textiles through touring exhibitions and educational programs. He is also a curator of exhibitions for international museums, and has spoken about art and design at institutions such as Musée du Quai Branly in Paris, Nordiska museet in Stockholm, Royal College of Art in London and five N.I.F.T. campuses across India. He is currently the mentor of the Trend Forecasting Masters at Polimoda in Florence.

DAVID CLARK has established himself as a leading figure in the interior design industry. His 30 year career has spanned the textile trade as well as architecture, design, marketing and publishing. As Design and Deputy Editor for Belle, as Editor-in-chief of Vogue Living – David gave voice to his particular focus on the idea of ‘Home’. He values texture, technology and the sensual experience of being human. He believes in the pursuit of beauty, the importance of curiosity, and the power of design to create a more civilized world.

View Event →
2020 TREND SEMINAR WITH LI EDELKOORT
Nov
29
9:30 AM09:30

2020 TREND SEMINAR WITH LI EDELKOORT

  • The Auditorium Parsons, The New School (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Program:

9:00 doors open

9:30 THE GENESIS OF COLOUR - Spring / Summer 2020 presented by Li Edelkoort

9:45 FOLKLORE - Spring / Summer 2020 presented by Li Edelkoort

11:15 short break

11:45 THE HOUSE IN COLOUR - Home & Interiors 2020 presented by Li Edelkoort

12:45 approximate end

Folklore is as old as humanity and can be seen as a mirror of culture, a key to society, a projection of the mind.

- Dundes

FOLKLORE

Spring / Summer 2020

Folklore can be considered the subconscious picture of oneself; a way in which people share an identity and congregate with a strong sense of belonging. They belong to the region, to the landscape, to the history and its culture, but most of all they belong to each other. In each village of each valley the ingredients are the same, yet the execution differs and adds another local layer of sacred expression. Folklore keeps reinventing itself as society moves from one period to another and generations are requested to establish their multiple identities. Clothes are craft minded cultural carriers of intricate woven textiles, sumptuous laces and openwork, festive ribbons and fringes, beading and embroideries. The study of the global span of folkloric fashions introduces new key garment shapes and teaches us a very important notion: not one folklore is unique and not one expression is singular; and that these symbols can also be seen as visual maps connecting the human condition.

THE GENESIS OF COLOUR

Spring / Summer 2020

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

And the earth was without form, a void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep and unknown.

So begins the legend of creation which brings us a multitude of inspirations, reflecting very new directions in colour. A range of muted colours is presented, moving from the darkness of our times, into the light and shadows, followed by the evolution of new hues connected to natural elements and animals; culminating in a celebration of diversity through the beautiful brown tones of human skin. These nuances and monochromes herald a much softer way of designing colour for the summers to come.

THE HOUSE IN COLOUR

Home & Interiors 2020

After twenty years of incredible autonomous design, with the development of innovative materials, the testing of other volumes and the inclusion of changing rituals, the new focus in the house of the future will be on the use of colour. This taste for colour is just beginning and will grow in the next decade, influencing consumers to become happier. The innate fear in people for using colour is gradually giving in to the joy of manipulating it to transform materials and give life to otherwise forgotten spaces and products. A splash of yellow can wake up a room, a shadow of grey can design a space, a touch of pink can make people smile. With the renaissance of colouring comes new codes of conduct, a contemporary culture of more local choices and unusual colour ranges, with incredibly sophisticated harmonies where the green range includes blue and yellow, the terra cotta range includes pink and slate, and the neutral range includes skin and bone; slightly off combinations to make the same old look brand new and enticing.

Colour will become demanding and will impose its rules and ruffles, thus changing objects by giving them another more vibrant energy. Actually modifying the way we move through space, how we design different rooms and live out a more expressive existence.

$200 current trend book clients*

$395 general admission

* for your client discount code please contact: chloe@edelkoortinc.com

View Event →
STREETWEAR & ACTIVE SEMINAR S/S 2020
Oct
12
4:00 PM16:00

STREETWEAR & ACTIVE SEMINAR S/S 2020

The current belief in streetwise clothes and street styling has reached epic proportions, a movement that started in the 60’s with the Paris student protests and has never stopped since. Concurrent with the ideas of collusion and delusion, the strength of streetwear seems to behave as a counterbalance to chaos and disorder, as if it is the only sure thing we have left in life. At least we can count on our sweatshirt, texting T’s and loose shorts; and we can be protected by our windbreaker and pocket infused body warmer; at last we can carry our personal charms close to our hearts in bandanas and additional pockets for safety and security. A young guard of graduates and self-declared designers takes centre stage and influences all other expressions of fashion, whether in volume brands or luxury houses.

Tickets: $275 (current clients: $150)

For tickets, please e-mail: chloe@edelkoortinc.com

View Event →
FOLKLORE AUDIOVISUAL SCREENING & FORECAST VIEWING S/S 2020
Oct
12
9:30 AM09:30

FOLKLORE AUDIOVISUAL SCREENING & FORECAST VIEWING S/S 2020

presented every 30 minutes

FASHION & TEXTILE FORECAST

WOMEN’S & MENSWEAR

Folklore can be considered the subconscious picture of oneself; a way in which people share an identity and congregate with a strong sense of belonging. They belong to the region, to the landscape, to the history and its culture, but most of all they belong to each other. In each village of each valley the ingredients are the same, yet the execution differs and adds another local layer of sacred expression. Folklore keeps reinventing itself and new generations establish their multiple identities. Clothes are craft - minded cultural carriers of intricate woven textiles, sumptuous laces and openwork, festive ribbons and fringes, beading and embroideries. The study of the global span of folkloric fashions introduces new key garment shapes and teaches us a very important notion: not one folklore is unique and not one expression is singular; and that these symbols can also be seen as visual maps connecting the human condition.

- Li Edelkoort


Tickets: $150 (current clients: free entry)

For tickets please e-mail: chloe@edelkoortinc.com

View Event →
ICONIC TEXTILES
Sep
14
9:30 AM09:30

ICONIC TEXTILES

Textiles have the power to brand a collection, communicating a company’s heritage far beyond the talents of mere marketing. Traditional fabrics have traveled from region to region throughout history, recognisable because of their unique motifs, their authentic weaves, and their local colour. Today, luxury houses build empires on the strength of their textiles, allowing the fabrics to do all the talking, narrating stories and advertising craftsmanship just like a woven billboard. Prints, tweeds, stripes and pleats are just some of the mediums that brands claim as their own; putting textiles front and centre as a business strategy in itself.

As part of NYTM, the 2018 Talking Textiles Conference will host an array of international speakers revealing the secrets and techniques behind the seams of their garments and home textiles; fuelling trends and creating icons for the decades to come.

Full program available soon!

Tickets: $150

FREE Students & Faculty (with valid ID & valid .edu e-mail)

Eventbrite - ICONIC TEXTILES
View Event →
Summer 2020 Colour & Trend preview
Aug
15
11:15 AM11:15

Summer 2020 Colour & Trend preview

The Genesis of Colour: S/S 2020

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

And the earth was without form, a void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep and unknown. 

So begins the legend of creation which brings us a multitude of inspirations, reflecting very new directions in colour. A range of muted colours is presented, moving from the darkness of our times, into the light and shadows, followed by the evolution of new hues connected to natural elements and animals; culminating in a celebration of diversity through the beautiful brown tones of human skin. These nuances and monochromes herald a much softer way of designing colour for the summers to come.

The Folklore of Fashion: S/S 2020

An investigation into future macro trends leads us to reconsider contemporary folklore. Society is in the process of redefining diverse cultural identities, creating new hybrids and evoking creative inspirations for fashion, textiles, motifs and colour. 

$275 current trend book clients
$395 general admission

for tickets please contact: chloe@edelkoortinc.com

View Event →
AW19-20 Enlightenment
Aug
15
9:15 AM09:15

AW19-20 Enlightenment

INDIAN SUMMER: COLOUR, F/W 2019-2020

Today, as far as November the sun keeps shining, prolonging summer in our minds and choices. What was once baptized as Indian Summer becomes a reality and is here to stay, inviting people to dress and eat differently,to colour life in other ways, celebrating warmth and tenderness as the one positive side effect of climate change. Ice creams are enjoyed later, country weekends are prolonged, and light fibres such as cotton and silks are chosen longer. People start layering lighter weight materials, are wild about cardigans and covers, and wear winter sandals. They start choosing colour over darks; gradually changing the mantra of chromophobia. Slowly, marketing’s irrational fear of colour fades to make room for whiter neutrals, lighter neutrals and tinted neutrals, as well as washed brights, medium brights and vivid brights to ritualise the summery autumns and mild winters that are here to stay. 


ENLIGHTENMENT: FASHION TREND, F/W 2019-2020

Never before have people felt so pummelled and abandoned. The need for togetherness is growing and the void is filled with animals, friends, food and films. Meditation is governing our creative emotions as yoga is stretching our imagination. Switching off becomes a survival system, producing altered states of consciousness, empowering people to exist. Fashion is at the forefront of this thoughtful evolution, creating a balance between simplicity and generous opulence, inspired by the cloth and clothes from diverse spiritual journeys to stop the stream of no-news news and overdone drops, to bring content and context to garments that are designed to help us simply be. Fashion demands another approach to heal our planet and cure our shopping sprees. Conscious consumption will become the norm for the next generation, born and bred in a world in crisis.

$395 per person

$200 for current Trend Union clients
please email chloe@edelkoortinc.com for tickets

-10% for groups of 4+ 

View Event →
The House of Colour: Home & Interiors 2020
Aug
14
9:30 AM09:30

The House of Colour: Home & Interiors 2020

9:30 guest arrival 

9:45 The House of Colour: Home & Interiors 2020

10:45 Milan Report 2018

11:15 approximate end

$395 per person 

$200 current Trend Union clients 

for tickets please contact: chloe@edelkoortinc.com

The House of Colour: Home & Interiors 2020

After twenty years of incredible autonomous design, with the development of innovative materials, the testing of other volumes and the inclusion of changing rituals, the new focus in the house of the future will be on the use of colour. This taste for colour is just beginning and will grow in the next decade, influencing consumers to become happier. The innate fear in people for using colour is gradually giving in to the joy of manipulating it to transform materials and give life to otherwise forgotten spaces and products. A splash of yellow can wake up a room, a shadow of grey can design a space, a touch of pink can make people smile. With the renaissance of colouring comes new codes of conduct, a contemporary culture of more local choices and unusual colour ranges, with incredibly sophisticated harmonies where the green range includes blue and yellow, the terra cotta range includes pink and slate, and the neutral range includes skin and bone; slightly off combinations to make the same old look brand new and enticing.

Colour will become demanding and will impose its rules and ruffles, thus changing objects by giving them another more vibrant energy. Actually modifying the way we move through space, how we design different rooms and live out a more expressive existence.

- Li Edelkoort 

View Event →
AW 19-20 Trends with Li Edelkoort
May
22
9:00 AM09:00

AW 19-20 Trends with Li Edelkoort

8:30 doors open 

9:15 INDIAN SUMMER: COLOUR, F/W 2019-2020 presented by Li Edelkoort 

9.30 INDIA: SCENTS & STORYTELLING  presented by Paul Austin

9:40 ENLIGHTENMENT: FASHION F/W 2019-2020 presented by Li Edelkoort

11:00 short break

11:10 SOFTWEAR: Home & Lifestyle presented by Li Edelkoort

11:40 ACTIVISM-WEAR: ACTIVEWEAR & MILLENNIAL ENGAGEMENT F/W 2019-2020 presented by Philip Fimmano

12:25 approximate end

$395 per person

$200 for current Trend Union clients
please email chloe@edelkoortinc.com for discount code & assistance 

-10% for groups of 4+ 

INDIAN SUMMER: COLOUR, F/W 2019-2020

Today, as far as November the sun keeps shining, prolonging summer in our minds and choices. What was once baptized as Indian Summer becomes a reality and is here to stay, inviting people to dress and eat differently,to colour life in other ways, celebrating warmth and tenderness as the one positive side effect of climate change. Ice creams are enjoyed later, country weekends are prolonged, and light fibres such as cotton and silks are chosen longer. People start layering lighter weight materials, are wild about cardigans and covers, and wear winter sandals. They start choosing colour over darks; gradually changing the mantra of chromophobia. Slowly, marketing’s irrational fear of colour fades to make room for whiter neutrals, lighter neutrals and tinted neutrals, as well as washed brights, medium brights and vivid brights to ritualise the summery autumns and mild winters that are here to stay. 

INDIA: SCENTS & STORYTELLING

As a fragrance industry leader and brand expert with over 18 years of experience advising leading international beauty companies, Paul Austin established Austin Advisory Group in 2009 to help heritage brands connect to their customers through meaningful, inspiring, and authentic storytelling. The agency’s early work took Paul to India for 6 months to study the country’s wide array of natural perfume ingredients and the origins of the its fragrance culture. He will unveil the magic behind the true scent of India in a short talk that includes a sensorial experience.

ENLIGHTENMENT: FASHION TREND, F/W 2019-2020

Never before have people felt so pummelled and abandoned. The need for togetherness is growing and the void is filled with animals, friends, food and films. Meditation is governing our creative emotions as yoga is stretching our imagination. Switching off becomes a survival system, producing altered states of consciousness, empowering people to exist. Fashion is at the forefront of this thoughtful evolution, creating a balance between simplicity and generous opulence, inspired by the cloth and clothes from diverse spiritual journeys to stop the stream of no-news news and overdone drops, to bring content and context to garments that are designed to help us simply be. Fashion demands another approach to heal our planet and cure our shopping sprees. Conscious consumption will become the norm for the next generation, born and bred in a world in crisis.

SOFTWEAR: Home & Lifestyle

Software is material that informs a computer. Softwear is material that forms a lifestyle. With the softening of lines between work and leisure comes a need for new clothing and interiors, not to mention other consumer products and services. Textiles will need to conform to this major lifestyle change by developing fabrics that are highly comfortable yet eminently tactile, in both natural and high tech materials combinations. Jersey and knits will be of capital importance, for in fabric terms they describe the well-being we seek. Fine-gauge synthetics and thick woollens, Shetland blankets and smooth lacquer coatings, subtle tweeds and cool metal accents all form part of this picture. 

Softwear is more than just a trend. This forecast heralds the confirmation of a major new industry, not only in clothing but also in interiors, design, gardening, hardware, retail, consumer products, communications… The possibilities are far-reaching; indeed, softwear is as important and widespread as activewear and the demand for it is already there now.

ACTIVISM-WEAR: ACTIVEWEAR & MILLENNIAL ENGAGEMENT F/W 2019-2020

In a period riddled with scandals and fake news, clothes start reflecting our most urgent issues through material choices, colour coding, shape formulation and text messages. The clothes themselves are rather basic and straightforward, expressing these trends in a subtle way through details, sizing and layering. Making space for communication. Thus activewear becomes activism, wearable to communicate and propagate what we believe in, and how we see the future: women wearing black, men wearing lace, juniors wearing waste, seniors wearing white; women asking for respect, men expressing tenderness, juniors fighting for our planet and seniors demanding peace.

View Event →
Fashion Trend & Colour Preview, F/W 2019-2020
Jan
25
11:15 AM11:15

Fashion Trend & Colour Preview, F/W 2019-2020

11:15 guest arrival 

11:30 INDIAN SUMMER: COLOUR, F/W 2019-2020 presented by Philip Fimmano

12:00 ENLIGHTENMENT: FASHION TREND PREVIEW, F/W 2019-2020 presented by Philip Fimmano

1:00 buffet lunch 

$275 current Trend Union clients

$395 general admission

For tickets please contact Chloe at chloe@edelkoortinc.com


INDIAN SUMMER: COLOUR, F/W 2019-2020

Today, as far as November the sun keeps shining, prolonging summer in our minds and choices. What was once baptized as Indian Summer becomes a reality and is here to stay, inviting people to dress and eat differently,to colour life in other ways, celebrating warmth and tenderness as the one positive side effect of climate change. Ice creams are enjoyed later, country weekends are prolonged, and light fibres such as cotton and silks are chosen longer. People start layering lighter weight materials, are wild about cardigans and covers, and wear winter sandals. They start choosing colour over darks; gradually changing the mantra of chromophobia. Slowly, marketing’s irrational fear of colour fades to make room for whiter neutrals, lighter neutrals and tinted neutrals, as well as washed brights, medium brights and vivid brights to ritualise the summery autumns and mild winters that are here to stay. 

ENLIGHTENMENT: FASHION TREND PREVIEW, F/W 2019-2020

Never before have people felt so pummelled and abandoned. The need for togetherness is growing and the void is filled with animals, friends, food and films. Meditation is governing our creative emotions as yoga is stretching our imagination. Switching off becomes a survival system, producing altered states of consciousness, empowering people to exist. Fashion is at the forefront of this thoughtful evolution, creating a balance between simplicity and generous opulence, inspired by the cloth and clothes from diverse spiritual journeys to stop the stream of no-news news and overdone drops, to bring content and context to garments that are designed to help us simply be. Fashion demands another approach to heal our planet and cure our shopping sprees. Conscious consumption will become the norm for the next generation, born and bred in a world in crisis.

View Event →
Spring / Summer 2019
Jan
25
9:00 AM09:00

Spring / Summer 2019

The goddess movement is responsible for a turnaround in fashion, which will have profound influences on the way women dress. The days of normcore and streetwise basics seem to evaporate in the face of a revolution in shape and making. The variations in cut, drape and fold are astounding and will give the skills of fashion design back to the professionals, away from the influencers. Editing is no longer the name of the game since brand new pieces will be introduced, able to silence all hash tags. Majestic fabrics and regal colours will lend allure to all women, able to enhance their natural beauty. You are invited to find your own goddess being, taste and pleasure within this trend forecast that will become a style bible for the years to come. (L.E.)

9:00 guest arrival 

9:15 DRY GOODS: Colour & Casualwear, S/S 2019 presented by Philip Fimmano

9:35 GODDESSES: Future Female Fashion Archetypes, S/S 2019 presented by Philip Fimmano

11:00 approximate end

General admission $380

current clients: $185

*-10% discount applies to group sign up of 4+

*Guest receive SS19 season booklet

For tickets please contact Chloe at chloe@edelkoortinc.com

Screen+Shot+2017-09-06+at+4.50.41+PM.png
View Event →
TREND UNION 2019 HOME & FASHION SEMINAR IN MELBOURNE
Jan
11
1:30 PM13:30

TREND UNION 2019 HOME & FASHION SEMINAR IN MELBOURNE

DESCRIPTION

Trend Union is one of the world’s most respected trend forecasting agencies. This January, we will host a half-day seminar for Melbourne’s creative professionals working in fashion, textiles, colour, design, home and interiors. Paris-based trend analyst and design curator Philip Fimmano will present new innovations and international trends. He will then be joined by design expert David Clark to discuss how these ideas relate to the Australian marketplace. Part of the Victorian Design Program, an initiative of Creative Victoria and the NGV, this inspiring and informative event seeks to expose the festival’s audience to international trends. It is open to professionals and students alike, as well as NGV members and the general public. 

Program:

1:00 doors open

1:30 GODDESSES, TOMORROW’S FEMALE FASHION ARCHETYPES: S/S 2019 by Philip Fimmano

3:00 short break

3:15 SPIRITUAL HOUSE: Home & Interiors 2019 by Philip Fimmano

4:15 HOME: REDUCED a lifestyle discussion with David Clark

5:00 approximate end

Tickets: AUD $285 per person (including $13 Eventbrite booking fee)

NGV Members with a valid membership card: AUD $210 per person (including $10 Eventbrite booking fee)

Early Bird tickets: book before December 1st and receive a $75 discount!

AUD $210 per person (including $10 Eventbrite booking fee)

Please note that filming and photography are not permitted at this event

Screen Shot 2017-09-06 at 4.50.41 PM.png

GODDESSES, TOMORROW’S FEMALE FASHION ARCHETYPES: S/S 2019

The goddess movement is responsible for a turnaround in fashion, which will have profound influences on the way women dress. The days of normcore and streetwise basics seem to evaporate in the face of a revolution in shape and making. The variations in cut, drape and fold are astounding and will give the skills of fashion design back to the professionals, away from the influencers. Editing is no longer the name of the game since brand new pieces will be introduced, able to silence all hash tags. Majestic fabrics and regal colours will lend allure to all women, able to enhance their natural beauty. You are invited to find your own goddess being, taste and pleasure within this trend forecast that will become a style bible for the years to come. (L.E.)

SPIRITUAL HOUSE: Home & Lifestyle 2019

In response to a world in transition, the home environment becomes a sanctuary, an escape, a refuge and a comfort. Lifestyle embraces the federation of food, the connection of nature and the celebration of family, friends and pets. The spiritual home is a new domain in which our relationship to furniture, objects, materials and colours will gently shift, promising real change and great hope for the future. A profound search for simplicity, tenderness and humanity will pervade.

HOME: REDUCED

In this discussion, David Clark will contemplate contemporary consumption in a world filled with clutter, excess and an ailing retail economy. Redefining a new sense of modest minimalism within an Australian context, topics will include production, waste, sustainability, value and craft; dissecting ways that spirituality and philosophy can merge with lifestyle to design products and experiences with soul.

Supported by: 

NGV_Third_Party.png
creative_vic_logo.png
View Event →
TREND UNION 2019 HOME & FASHION SEMINAR IN SYDNEY
Jan
10
2:00 PM14:00

TREND UNION 2019 HOME & FASHION SEMINAR IN SYDNEY

Australia! Trend Union is pleased to bring its world-renowned trend forecasts back to Australia for two special trend seminars in Sydney and Melbourne. Hosted by David Clark, this half-day session will look at trends in Fashion, Textiles, Colour, Interiors and Materials.

Program:

1:30 doors open

2:00 GODDESSES, TOMORROW’S FEMALE FASHION ARCHETYPES: S/S 2019 by Philip Fimmano

3:30 short break

3:45 SPIRITUAL HOUSE: Home & Interiors 2019 by Philip Fimmano

4:45 HOME: REDUCED a lifestyle discussion with David Clark

5:30 drinks

Tickets: AUD $285 per person (including $13 Eventbrite booking fee)

Early Bird tickets: book before December 1st and receive a $75 discount!

AUD $210 per person (including $10 Eventbrite booking fee)

Please note that filming and photography are not permitted at this event

Screen Shot 2017-09-06 at 4.50.41 PM.png

GODDESSES, TOMORROW’S FEMALE FASHION ARCHETYPES: S/S 2019

The goddess movement is responsible for a turnaround in fashion, which will have profound influences on the way women dress. The days of normcore and streetwise basics seem to evaporate in the face of a revolution in shape and making. The variations in cut, drape and fold are astounding and will give the skills of fashion design back to the professionals, away from the influencers. Editing is no longer the name of the game since brand new pieces will be introduced, able to silence all hash tags. Majestic fabrics and regal colours will lend allure to all women, able to enhance their natural beauty. You are invited to find your own goddess being, taste and pleasure within this trend forecast that will become a style bible for the years to come. (L.E.)

SPIRITUAL HOUSE: Home & Lifestyle 2019

In response to a world in transition, the home environment becomes a sanctuary, an escape, a refuge and a comfort. Lifestyle embraces the federation of food, the connection of nature and the celebration of family, friends and pets. The spiritual home is a new domain in which our relationship to furniture, objects, materials and colours will gently shift, promising real change and great hope for the future. A profound search for simplicity, tenderness and humanity will pervade.

HOME: REDUCED

In this discussion, David Clark will contemplate contemporary consumption in a world filled with clutter, excess and an ailing retail economy. Redefining a new sense of modest minimalism within an Australian context, topics will include production, waste, sustainability, value and craft; dissecting ways that spirituality and philosophy can merge with lifestyle to design products and experiences with soul.

Hosted by:

06af772dfa4f4c8485a187adae6ac052.jpeg
View Event →
MEN'S & ACTIVEWEAR TRENDS: S/S 2019
Dec
5
9:30 AM09:30

MEN'S & ACTIVEWEAR TRENDS: S/S 2019

Trend Union is pleased to present a special Menswear seminar at The Townhouse on December 5th. Come discover new male archetypes and the latest trends in fashion, tailoring, styling, textiles, colors, footwear and accessories. 

A second presentation will focus on the influence of activewear on contemporary garments, materials and colors in spring / summer 2019.

Program:

9:30 guest arrival 

9:45 GODS, IDOLS AND OTHER ICONS: menswear S/S 2019

10:45 short break

11:00 ON SAFARI: Activewear & Footwear S/S 2019

12:00 end

Tickets:

$375 per person 

$185 for current Trend Union clients

tickets: chloe@edelkoortinc.com

Screen Shot 2017-10-13 at 11.11.31 AM.png

GODS, IDOLS AND OTHER ICONS

Menswear S/S 2019

There is a God for every occasion, an Idol for everyone. We all have our pantheon, our personal temple; Classical, historic or Hollywood gods. In our daily lives we are constantly multitasking, trying to dress like the office hero. Tomorrow's man craves mystery and adventure, but solitude and calm also. This season, menswear will evolve in various shapes and forms, following the road of the traveler throughout history. From the ancient sculptural Greek Gods to the mythical and melancholic icons of the Wild West, a list of future male archetypes emerges, inspiring designers to construct new garments, colors, accessories and jewelry. 

Screen+Shot+2017-09-29+at+5.08.44+PM.png

ON SAFARI
Activewear S/S 2019

Contemporary social tribes are akin to the groupings of the animal kingdom; our celebrated diversity connects those who take pride as individuals with others that seek comfort in numbers. In an increasingly challenging and demanding environment, our survival instincts are being put to the test and it seems that nature is our only hope...

The safari camp is therefore the ideal location to reconnect with the cycle of life, a place to contemplate the landscape and forecast the future of fashion. Travellers reflect a taste for the extreme experiences and a love for adventure sports, merging the hybrid idea of garments and accessories that play between the urban and the outdoor. They take their queues from the our wild friends; walking, running, swimming and flying towards the fashions to come. A biosphere of inspiration is unleashed, from organic motifs and graphic markings to wornwear textures and wrinkled hides. Footwear in particular will profit from these multi-dimensional materials, taking outdoor runners and urban hikers to more tactile heights. A sudden shift in the wind will mark a change in color, welcoming a family of beiges as the backbone to the summer season, with bright accents that are taken directly from nature.

View Event →
GODDESSES: tomorrow’s female archetypes SPRING / SUMMER 2019
Nov
7
9:30 AM09:30

GODDESSES: tomorrow’s female archetypes SPRING / SUMMER 2019

The goddess movement is responsible for a turnaround in fashion, which will have profound influences on the way women dress. The days of normcore and streetwise basics seem to evaporate in the face of a revolution in shape and making. The variations in cut, drape and fold are astounding and will give the skills of fashion design back to the professionals, away from the influencers. Editing is no longer the name of the game since brand new pieces will be introduced, able to silence all hash tags. Majestic fabrics and regal colours will lend allure to all women, able to enhance their natural beauty. You are invited to find your own goddess being, taste and pleasure within this trend forecast that will become a style bible for the years to come. (L.E.)

Program:

9:00 doors open

9:30 GODDESSES, TOMORROW'S FEMALE ARCHETYPES: S/S 2019 by Li Edelkoort

11:00 ON SAFARI: Activewear S/S 2019 by Philip Fimmano

11:30 STILL: Textiles from the Yamanashi Region by Li Edelkoort

11:50 short break

12:00 SPIRITUAL HOUSE: Home & Lifestyle 2019 by Li Edelkoort

1:00 approximate end

General admission: $395

Current Trend Union clients: $195

(Group admission of 4+: -10%)

Ticketed guests receive a S/S 19 miniature trend book. Tickets are non-refundable but can be transferred to colleagues for the same event. Trend Union book clients can also opt to use the ticket value as credit towards a future event

Screen Shot 2017-09-29 at 5.08.44 PM.png

ON SAFARI
Activewear S/S 2019

Contemporary social tribes are akin to the groupings of the animal kingdom; our celebrated diversity connects those who take pride as individuals with others that seek comfort in numbers. In an increasingly challenging and demanding environment, our survival instincts are being put to the test and it seems that nature is our only hope...

The safari camp is therefore the ideal location to reconnect with the cycle of life, a place to contemplate the landscape and forecast the future of fashion. Travellers reflect a taste for the extreme experiences and a love for adventure sports, merging the hybrid idea of garments and accessories that play between the urban and the outdoor. They take their queues from the our wild friends; walking, running, swimming and flying towards the fashions to come. A biosphere of inspiration is unleashed, from organic motifs and graphic markings to wornwear textures and wrinkled hides. Footwear in particular will profit from these multi-dimensional materials, taking outdoor runners and urban hikers to more tactile heights. A sudden shift in the wind will mark a change in color, welcoming a family of beiges as the backbone to the summer season, with bright accents that are taken directly from nature.

SPIRITUAL HOUSE: Home & Lifestyle 2019

In response to a world in transition, the home environment becomes a sanctuary, an escape, a refuge and a comfort. Lifestyle embraces the federation of food, the connection of nature and the celebration of family, friends and pets. The spiritual home is a new domain in which our relationship to furniture, objects, materials and colours will gently shift, promising real change and great hope for the future. A profound search for simplicity, tenderness and humanity will pervade. 

View Event →
SUSTAINABLE TEXTILES & MATERIALS: WHY EARTH MATTERS
Sep
28
3:00 PM15:00

SUSTAINABLE TEXTILES & MATERIALS: WHY EARTH MATTERS

Thursday, September 28th

3:00-5:00 PM

$95 general admission (for tickets please contact Chloe at chloe@edelkoortinc.com)


For too long we have ruthlessly consumed our Earth’s assets and drained it of its resources. Forests become furniture, oceans are polluted and minerals are over-mined. For future generations it is crucial to consider a new approach: a transformation from over-consumption towards sustainable development that is in harmony with nature, with increased respect for our environment and for each other. Edelkoort Inc. has created a thought-provoking trend presentation that directly connects these ideas with contemporary textiles, materials and design.

As Edelkoort explains, “This young century has brought about a moment of reflection and radical change, making up for a century of ecological abuse, consumption, greed and violence. For the first time, a post-fossil society is emerging, using natural ingredients, offering alternatives and giving us hope for the future.” Areas such as design, art, photography, fashion and textiles are increasingly driven by a new creative energy that is inspired by natural materials and sustainability. From land to sea, from forest to mountain, a wealth of ideas sprout from the Earth, analysing and cataloguing its components: transformed into new materials, recycled remnants, oxidized alloys and vegetal colours. This informative and inspiring visual presentation alerts us to consider how we over-consume Earth’s resources, but also celebrates the beauty of our planet.

Program:

3:00 EARTH MATTERS: sustainable textiles & materials

4:15 Q&A

4:20 NEW YORK TEXTILE MONTH 2017

4:45 approximate end

View Event →
TALKING TEXTILES SEMINAR: SEPTEMBER 14, 2017
Sep
14
9:00 AM09:00

TALKING TEXTILES SEMINAR: SEPTEMBER 14, 2017

SAVE THE DATE!  
TALKING TEXTILES SEMINAR - SEPTEMBER 14, 2017
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SPIRITUAL TEXTILES
Talking Textiles Conference

New York
September 14, 2017


location:
The Auditorium
66 West 12th Street
New York

tickets:
$150 General Admission
FREE for Students & Faculty (with current valid I.D.)

Textiles have the power to rekindle our faith in humanity. They bring together the fabric of culture through the crafted techniques that have been passed on throughout history. Whether it’s in the ceremonial dying of a natural yarn, the wearing of an embroidered veil or the upcycling of a discarded piece of trash, this year’s Talking Textiles Conference shows us how the loom can truly take materials to another level. come join 8 inspiring speakers from around the world to see the spirituality in textiles.

The Talking Textiles Conference is an inspiring and educational seminar about textiles for fashion and interiors - exploring the important trends, fabrics, yarns and techniques for the seasons to come. Hosted at Parsons in New York, the event elevates textile education for both students and professionals alike. 

PROGRAM: 

9:00     guest arrival

9:15     welcome by Philip Fimmano, Edelkoort Inc.

9:30    STILL: new serene textiles from Mount Fuji by Li Edelkoort, trend forecaster & Dean of Hybrid Studies, The New School, Parsons School of Design

10:00 OUT OF FASHION / THE NEW FASHION by Birgitta de Vos, sustainable brand strategist

10:45 REINCARNATION by Suzanne Tick, designer

11:15      EARTH MATTERS: new sustainable textiles by Philip Fimmano, Edelkoort Inc.

11:30    touch break

11:45 NYS Regional Textiles: The Spirit of Place by Laura Sansone, The New School, Parsons School of Design

12:15 SPIRITUAL WEAVING IN CHINA by Angel Chang, fashion designer

12:45    touch break

1:30    MEET MAMA OCLLO: the Goddess of Weaving by Li Edelkoort, trend forecaster & Dean of Hybrid Studies, The New School, Parsons School of Design

1:45     FROM ALPACA TO VICUNA: Talking Textiles in Peru by Philip Fimmano, Edelkoort Inc.

2:00 FABRICS IN SPACE ARCHITECTURE AND EXPLORATION by Raul Polit Casillas

2:30 UNVEILING THE VEIL by Denise Maroney, textile curator

3:00     2017 Dorothy Waxman Textile Design Prize Finalists & Winner Announcement by Dorothy Waxman, presented by Royce Epstein, Mohawk Group

3:30 approximate end


SPEAKER PROFILES

LI EDELKOORT

Li is arguably the world's most famous trend forecaster. Founded in 1986, her company Trend Union produces trend tools for strategists, designers and marketers at brands from Zara to Prada. She is also a publisher, humanitarian, educator and exhibition curator. In 2011, she launched an interactive online trend forum called Trend Tablet. In 2015 her much-talked about ANTI_FASHION Manifesto was the first to raise awareness about the shifts and upheavals currently experienced in the global fashion industry and she became Dean of Hybrid Studies at The New School, Parsons School of Design. In September 2016, as part of her deanship, Edelkoort founded New York Textile Month, a city-wide program featuring 70 events at museums, galleries, stores, showrooms, colleges and textile studios. She has recently worked with the weavers of the Yamanashi region in Japan to develop an innovative collection of beautiful textiles.

BirgittawebBiography.jpg

BIRGITTA DE VOS

Fashion is all about exponential growth, producing faster and cheaper. With everybody rushing after the latest must have’s and do’s. We all see that this leads to copying and cloning and more of the same products. After years of working in the garment industry designer, photographer, artist and author Birgitta de Vos took time out and travelled the world. One year became 10 years. One country became many countries. She captured her findings in Out of Fashion / The New Fashion (2017), an inspirational journal, rekindling her initial passion for textiles. She also realized that time is not something we are short of, but a present we can only fully embrace, if we take our time and go slow. Previewing a future where silent branding, mending, contemplative clothing and unplugged crafting remind us again that we are creative beings.

SUZANNE TICK

Suzanne is the founder of Suzanne Tick Inc., specializing in materials brand strategy, product design, development, and direction for commercial interiors. She is known for her intelligent and enthusiastic approach to design in evolving markets, along with conviction to provide innovative solutions. In addition to her work in commercial Interiors, Suzanne maintains a hand weaving practice and creates woven sculptures from repurposed materials. Her work is exhibited worldwide, including MoMA and Art Basel, as well as collected by private and corporate clients. In 2016 Suzanne was honored to present her unique and personal approach to these hand-woven pieces with her TedXNavesink talk: Weaving Trash into Treasure. 

laura_portrait.jpeg

LAURA SANSONE

Laura Sansone is a textile designer, activist, and consultant. She is the creator of Textile Lab, a design and consulting company that supports environmentally responsible textile methods, and regional systems of production. Laura is currently a Part Time Assistant Professor at Parsons The New School For Design, School for Design Strategies (SDS). She has lectured about the economic revitalization of regional textile production at the following venues: Craft Ontario, Chromatic Geography/2017, Textile Society Of America’s Symposium, Cross Current, Land Labor and the Port/2016, Surface Design Association’s Made/Aware Symposium/ 2015, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design’s, Sow To Sow conference/ 2014, and the Textile Society Of America’s Symposium, New Directions/ 2014. Laura is has worked designing woven textiles for the following companies: Maharam, New York, NY, American Silk Mills, New York, NY and Burlington House Fabrics, New York, NY. 

ANGEL CHANG

Angel is a womenswear designer who creates versatile dressing solutions for worldly women on the go. Since 2009, Angel has worked closely with fabric masters in the rural mountain villages of Guizhou Province, China where ethnic minority families have maintained 1000-year old ancient handweaving and all-natural processes. She learned how to live according to the cycles of nature, off-the-grid and without electricity, and produced a womenswear collection with a nearly zero carbon footprint. Atelier ANGEL CHANG aims to bring global appreciation for indigenous craftsmanship and to revive traditional fabric-making practices in need of urgent safeguarding.

Screen Shot 2017-08-08 at 3.32.16 PM.jpg

RAUL POLIT CASILLAS

Textiles are among some of the oldest technologies developed by humankind and with very tight connections into the way we inhabit our environment and our planet. In the 21st Century, fabrics are indeed connected to the future of space exploration and some of the strategies to inhabit the cosmos. In this special talk, we will literally get a bit closer to the heavens! The audience will be taken on a ride through NASA's latest aerospace textiles, including 3D printed fabrics, an introduction to the field of space architecture and amazing materials that link out past and future!

h__394.jpeg

DENISE MARONEY

DENISE MARONEY Denise is a curator and academic who has delved into textiles around the world, from Japan to Guatemala. She recently completed a course in curatorial studies at the Rhode Island School of Design where she focused on veils in different cultures. She has also worked as a designer and brand manager at Bokja in Beirut, a company synonymous with celebrating the diversity of global textiles and a forerunner to the upcycling movement. Based in New York, she is currently working with textile communities in Central America.

View Event →
NEW YORK: HOME & LIFESTYLE 2019
Jul
20
9:30 AM09:30

NEW YORK: HOME & LIFESTYLE 2019

In response to a world in transition, the home environment becomes a sanctuary, an escape, a refuge and a comfort. Lifestyle embraces the federation of food, the connection of nature and the celebration of family, friends and pets. The spiritual home is a new domain in which our relationship to furniture, objects, materials and colours will gently shift, promising real change and great hope for the future. A profound search for simplicity, tenderness and humanity will pervade. 

9:30 MILAN REPORT

9.45 HOME & LIFESTYLE 2019 

10:45 STILL: unique textiles from Mount Fuji 

11:30 approximate end

* Filming & photography are not permitted at this event

View Event →
NEW YORK: A/W 18-19 PORTRAITS OF FASHION
Jul
19
9:00 AM09:00

NEW YORK: A/W 18-19 PORTRAITS OF FASHION

A good portrait opens the soul of the sitter to the world and professes faith in the power of picturing an unknown truth, a portrait is thus an artistic representation of a human, driven by the ideal to represent the personality and even catch the mood of the person, or cat or coat for that matter. This focus on the face and shoulders will create a stir in fashion where the portrait collar will take on new social media value, showing the essence of dress within one detail. The portrait often shows a person looking directly at the artist and the audience in order to most successfully engage the subject with the viewer, and therefore a good portrait is not measured in likeness but in liveliness, in how to portray the energy that a person possesses, how to depict serenity, melancholy or spleen, how to sculpt strength and energy, how to paint pain. Hidden moods and thought processes are laid bare by the simple gesture of a piece of charcoal, undiscovered qualities unveiled with the movement of a pen, inner strength revealed by the stroke of a brush. Tears are rendered in watercolours, skin is highlighted with sanguine crayons, features are finely and precisely etched for historical purposes. The shutter of a camera will hold a stare into eternity, making icons of our contemporaries. With the push of a button people freeze themselves with others in selfies, creating their own singular legends, to be communicated instantly. But portraits can also be written and recited, hidden in a song, chosen by a poem, revealed in a story. Narrated as a portrait of a lady, a portrait of a marriage or a portrait of the artist as a young man.

9:00 welcome

9:15  PORTRAITS OF FASHION: A/W 2018-19 presented 

11:00  approx. end

General admission: $380

Client admission: $185

* ticketed guests receive a miniature A/W trend booklet!

* filming & photography are not permitted at this event

View Event →
LOS ANGELES: A/W 18-19 "PORTRAITS" WITH LI EDELKOORT
Jul
11
9:00 AM09:00

LOS ANGELES: A/W 18-19 "PORTRAITS" WITH LI EDELKOORT

A good portrait opens the soul of the sitter to the world and professes faith in the power of picturing an unknown truth, a portrait is thus an artistic representation of a human, driven by the ideal to represent the personality and even catch the mood of the person, or cat or coat for that matter. This focus on the face and shoulders will create a stir in fashion where the portrait collar will take on new social media value, showing the essence of dress within one detail. The portrait often shows a person looking directly at the artist and the audience in order to most successfully engage the subject with the viewer, and therefore a good portrait is not measured in likeness but in liveliness, in how to portray the energy that a person possesses, how to depict serenity, melancholy or spleen, how to sculpt strength and energy, how to paint pain. Hidden moods and thought processes are laid bare by the simple gesture of a piece of charcoal, undiscovered qualities unveiled with the movement of a pen, inner strength revealed by the stroke of a brush. Tears are rendered in watercolours, skin is highlighted with sanguine crayons, features are finely and precisely etched for historical purposes. The shutter of a camera will hold a stare into eternity, making icons of our contemporaries. With the push of a button people freeze themselves with others in selfies, creating their own singular legends, to be communicated instantly. But portraits can also be written and recited, hidden in a song, chosen by a poem, revealed in a story. Narrated as a portrait of a lady, a portrait of a marriage or a portrait of the artist as a young man.

9:00 doors open

9:30 PORTRAITS OF FASHION: A/W 2018-19 presented by Li Edelkoort

11:00  BLOOM PORTRAITS OF FAITH

11:20 short break

11:40 PORTRAITS OF BEAUTY presented by Li Edelkoort

12:15 ACTIVEWEAR PORTRAITS OF PARTICLES: A/W 2018-19 presented by Li Edelkoort

1:00 approximate end

* ticketed guests receive a miniature A/W trend booklet!

* program subject to minor changes

* filming & photography are not permitted at this event

SPEAKERS:

Li Edelkoort is arguably the world's most famous trend forecaster and colourist, working in industries from design and fashion to food, architecture, beauty, communication, automotive, and retail. Founded in 1986, her company Trend Union produces trend tools for strategists, designers and marketers at brands from Zara to Prada. She is also a publisher, humanitarian, educator and exhibition curator. In 2011, she launched an interactive online trend forum called TrendTablet.com. She has been named by TIME Magazine as one of the Most Influential People in Fashion and by Icon as one of the Most Influential People in Design. Edelkoort is the recipient of numerous accolades and since 2015 is the Dean of Hybrid Studies at Parsons in New York, where she is also starting a Textiles Masters course in 2017. Her much-talked about ANTI_FASHION Manifesto was the first to raise awareness about the shifts and upheavals currently experienced in the global fashion industry. Most recently, she founded the first ever New York Textile Month, taking place during the month of September in collaboration with The New School and Cooper Hewitt.

Purchase Tickets: Click Here

View Event →
ENGAGING THE SENSES
Jun
20
5:00 PM17:00

ENGAGING THE SENSES

WE ARE PLEASED TO PRESENT
A SPECIAL TREND EVENT

WITH SPECIAL GUEST: 
BETONY VERNON
discussing touch, scent, sound, perception & taste

Venue:
The Townhouse
354 West 11th Street
New York

"ENGAGING THE SENSES”

Daring, provocative and boundary-defying, Betony Vernon is an American-born designer, sexual anthropologist and author based in Paris. Edelkoort Inc. is pleased to welcome her to its West Village space for an intimate encounter to explore her work and the importance of engaging the senses. As a muse and inspiration, as an author and designer, her ultimate goal is to “dismantle the pleasure taboo”. Come join us for a special evening to discuss engaging the senses in industries as varied as beauty, lingerie, jewellery, fashion and lifestyle. 

Edelkoort Inc. director Philip Fimmano will introduce the event by outlining the key beauty musesTrend Union has been studying for the future. 

During a meet and greet, guests will be invited to ask questions and discuss their own perspectives.

Guests will also receive a signed hardcover copy of Betony’s best-selling book, The Boudoir Bible (Rizzoli) valued at $35.

Tickets:
$75 for current Trend Union book clients
$100 general admission

Bookings and further information via Chloe Sos:
chloe@edelkoortinc.com
+1 212 420 7622

Program:
5:00 guest welcome
5:10 Portraits of Tomorrow's Beauty Muses: an introduction by Philip Fimmano
5:30 Engaging the Senses by Betony Vernon
6:30 group discussion
7:00 drinks

More About Betony: 
www.betonyvernon.com/about-betony

View Event →
NEW YORK: HOME & LIFESTYLE 2019, AN AFTERNOON WITH LI EDELKOORT
May
16
1:45 PM13:45

NEW YORK: HOME & LIFESTYLE 2019, AN AFTERNOON WITH LI EDELKOORT

In response to a world in transition, the home environment becomes a sanctuary, an escape, a refuge and a comfort. Lifestyle embraces the federation of food, the connection of nature and the celebration of family, friends and pets. The spiritual home is a new domain in which our relationship to furniture, objects, materials and colours will gently shift, promising real change and great hope for the future. A profound search for simplicity, tenderness and humanity will pervade. 

1:30 A SPIRITUAL LUNCH is served

2:30 MILAN REPORT

3.00 HOME & LIFESTYLE 2019 presented by Li Edelkoort

4:00 STILL: unique textiles from Mount Fuji presented by Li Edelkoort

4:30 approximate end

* Please let us know of any dietary requirements

* Program subject to minor changes

* Filming & photography are not permitted at this event

SPEAKER:

Li Edelkoort is arguably the world's most famous trend forecaster and colourist, working in industries from design and fashion to food, architecture, beauty, communication, automotive, and retail. Founded in 1986, her company Trend Union produces trend tools for strategists, designers and marketers at brands from Zara to Prada. She is also a publisher, humanitarian, educator and exhibition curator. In 2011, she launched an interactive online trend forum called TrendTablet.com. She has been named by TIME Magazine as one of the Most Influential People in Fashion and by Icon as one of the Most Influential People in Design. Edelkoort is the recipient of numerous accolades and since 2015 is the Dean of Hybrid Studies at Parsons in New York, where she is also starting a Textiles Masters course in 2017. Her much-talked about ANTI_FASHION Manifesto was the first to raise awareness about the shifts and upheavals currently experienced in the global fashion industry. Most recently, she founded the first ever New York Textile Month, taking place during the month of September in collaboration with The New School and Cooper Hewitt.

View Event →
NEW YORK: A/W 18-19 "PORTRAITS" WITH LI EDELKOORT
May
16
9:00 AM09:00

NEW YORK: A/W 18-19 "PORTRAITS" WITH LI EDELKOORT

A good portrait opens the soul of the sitter to the world and professes faith in the power of picturing an unknown truth, a portrait is thus an artistic representation of a human, driven by the ideal to represent the personality and even catch the mood of the person, or cat or coat for that matter. This focus on the face and shoulders will create a stir in fashion where the portrait collar will take on new social media value, showing the essence of dress within one detail. The portrait often shows a person looking directly at the artist and the audience in order to most successfully engage the subject with the viewer, and therefore a good portrait is not measured in likeness but in liveliness, in how to portray the energy that a person possesses, how to depict serenity, melancholy or spleen, how to sculpt strength and energy, how to paint pain. Hidden moods and thought processes are laid bare by the simple gesture of a piece of charcoal, undiscovered qualities unveiled with the movement of a pen, inner strength revealed by the stroke of a brush. Tears are rendered in watercolours, skin is highlighted with sanguine crayons, features are finely and precisely etched for historical purposes. The shutter of a camera will hold a stare into eternity, making icons of our contemporaries. With the push of a button people freeze themselves with others in selfies, creating their own singular legends, to be communicated instantly. But portraits can also be written and recited, hidden in a song, chosen by a poem, revealed in a story. Narrated as a portrait of a lady, a portrait of a marriage or a portrait of the artist as a young man.

9:00 doors open

9:30 PORTRAITS OF FASHION: A/W 2018-19 presented by Li Edelkoort

11:00 BLOOM PORTRAITS OF FAITH

11:20 short break

11:40 PORTRAITS OF BEAUTY presented by Li Edelkoort

12:15 ACTIVEWEAR PORTRAITS OF PARTICLES: A/W 2018-19 presented by Li Edelkoort

1:00 approximate end

* ticketed guests receive a miniature A/W trend booklet!

* program subject to minor changes

* filming & photography are not permitted at this event

SPEAKERS:

Li Edelkoort is arguably the world's most famous trend forecaster and colourist, working in industries from design and fashion to food, architecture, beauty, communication, automotive, and retail. Founded in 1986, her company Trend Union produces trend tools for strategists, designers and marketers at brands from Zara to Prada. She is also a publisher, humanitarian, educator and exhibition curator. In 2011, she launched an interactive online trend forum called TrendTablet.com. She has been named by TIME Magazine as one of the Most Influential People in Fashion and by Icon as one of the Most Influential People in Design. Edelkoort is the recipient of numerous accolades and since 2015 is the Dean of Hybrid Studies at Parsons in New York, where she is also starting a Textiles Masters course in 2017. Her much-talked about ANTI_FASHION Manifesto was the first to raise awareness about the shifts and upheavals currently experienced in the global fashion industry. Most recently, she founded the first ever New York Textile Month, taking place during the month of September in collaboration with The New School and Cooper Hewitt.

Purchase Tickets: Click Here

View Event →
A/W 2018-19 ACTIVEWEAR  PORTRAITS OF PARTICLES
Mar
22
11:15 AM11:15

A/W 2018-19 ACTIVEWEAR PORTRAITS OF PARTICLES

Infinitely small, yet infinitely powerful, the biological world is governed by the smallest particles on earth. A world of wonder where spores and semen, pistils and membranes, fungus and polyps, algae and mosses, bacteria and atoms reign supreme, commanding the survival of species, including ourselves. A complex universe of small particles working in union to get things done, just as new sports propose small movements to get us in shape, moving away from the radical over-cultivation of the body to a finer and leaner form of aesthetic. A gradual building up of our defences and stamina, with particles acting the part with fluttering furs, sticky surfaces, slick coatings and irregular surfaces. This scattered world of porous power with withering heights and weltering downs, are all universes in their own right, delivering their innate beauty to us to be mimicked and intimately understood. 

presented by Philip Fimmano

clients $175 / general admission $250

View Event →