Mudpie Trend Seminar
Wednesday 9th June 2010
The Mudpie Trend Seminar
“The New Equilibrium”
June 9th 2010
Fiona Jenvey, CEO of Mudpie and mpdclick, will present the Autumn/Winter 11-12 trends for fashion & lifestyle. Fiona is one of the world's leading experts on trends and forecasting; her authority as such is sought internationally and she frequently speaks at the major trend events in Europe, the Americas and Asia. Fiona regularly contributes her trend insights to industry and education publications.
Mudpie is at the forefront of Design and Trend information. Their creative intelligence focuses on all areas of the fashion industry, women’s, men’s and childrenswear as well as providing inspirational direction in prints, colours and graphics for garments and interiors. The seminar will be insightful for all designers, buyers and merchandisers in the industry and will offer usable creative direction for AW 11 and beyond. The event will also give a short introduction to mpdclick, Mudpie's online trend service and Fiona will offer all attendees the option to take a free trial. The latest range of Mudpie Trendbooks and Denimhead will also be available to view and purchase. Important news: Mudpie is no longer available from Mode Information Ltd. Our own 'Mudpie UK' sales team are able to offer excellent customer service and creative industry expertise. Our sales team will advise on the right Mudpie service for you - whatever your creative needs. The event will be held at the London College of Fashion, 20 John Prince's Street, London W1G 0BJ on Wednesday June 9th and will cover three presentations:
0930 women’s and men’s trends for casual, denim and street
1130 kids trends (including youth/tween)
1400 women’s and men’s trends for casual, denim and street
Ticket price: £50 per seminar, £75 for 2 seminars (discounts available for multiple tickets, please phone for details)
To book onlinefor 2 seminars CLICK HERE
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