The Faces & Places in Fashion lecture series is all straight talk, practical advice, fashion forecasting, and insider dishing delivered by formidable fashion innovators. “This semester we have an outstanding array of entrepreneurs with a focus on footwear and accessories,” says Faces & Places professor Joshua Williams.
Lectures are open to the public.
Lectures are held in the Katie Murphy Amphitheater in the Fred P. Pomerantz Art and Design Center (D building), Seventh Avenue at 27th Street.
Schedule subject to change
Get out your date books. The Faces & Places in Fashion lecture series is all the straight talk, practical advice, forecasting (and a little dishing on the side) that you could want from formidable industry innovators. This semester there’s special focus on design, new media and innovative retail, says Professor Joshua Williams who runs the series. The lectures are open to the public.
“It’s a great series for understanding the dialectic between creativity and business,” says Williams. “Students love being connected to people who are working in the business dealing with current issues. The environment is great for both listening and asking questions.”
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