The future of fashion: In conversation with NZ's fashion experts
Part of NZ Fashion Weekend
Want to know what's going on in fashion and where it's heading? Fashion is changing at a rapid pace and technology, social media, influencers and sustainability are just some of the factors that come into play for brands and consumers. With so much going on there is a lot for designers to consider and this seminar brings together some of New Zealand's fashion leaders to discuss the current issues and share their insights on the future of fashion.
Presented by FashioNZ and hosted by presenter and producer Sonia Sly from RNZ National's My Heels Are Killing Me podcast, the panel will dive into a thought-provoking, entertaining and inspiring conversation.
Panellists include footwear designer Kathryn Wilson, Augustine's designer and co-founder Kelly Coe, veteran designer and head judge of iD Dunedin Fashion Week Tanya Carlson, Maggie Marilyn's designer and founder Maggie Hewitt, director and founder of Showroom 22 Murray Bevan and Whitecliffe College of Art and Design's HOD fashion design Belinda Watt.
Don't miss your chance to hear from some of NZ's leading voices and join the conversation on the future of fashion.
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