High Point Seminar Series SetSeptember 7, 2012
The list includes a slate of top designers, style editors, bloggers and other industry thought leaders discussing subjects ranging from design trends to brand-building.
All seminars but one are held in the International Home Furnishings Center's Ballroom A on the 11th floor of the Green Wing. Reservations are recommended or required, as detailed below.
* Modern Meets Traditional, Saturday, Oct. 13, noon-1 p.m.
Join Candice Olson, major design personality and HGTV star, and Ann Maine, editor in chief of Traditional Home magazine, as they discuss key design and color trends and Olson’s new collection of upholstery and case goods for Highland House.
Since the launch of her No. 1-rated TV show, “Divine Design,” in 2002, Candice Olson has become one of North America’s most loved and recognized design personalities, offering her unique advice while taking viewers through a behind-the-scenes look at the design process. In 2011, Candice debuted her new series,” Candice Tells All,” on HGTV and W Network. With a new format and a cast of real-life artisans, Candice again sets the bar for design shows. In addition, as the creator of numerous product lines for the home, Candice enjoys sharing her signature style with multitudes of retail shoppers.
Editor in Chief Ann Maine has been directing the evolution of Traditional Home magazine since 2002. With editorial offices in New York and Des Moines, Iowa, Ann and her team create fresh, engaging content that captures the union of timeless deign with modern living, inspiring design lovers to reinterpret classic elegance in a thoroughly modern, personal way. In 2011, Ann directed the successful launch of TRADhommag, a new online magazine, in collaboration with Lonny.
Sponsored by IFDA Carolinas Chapter and IMC. $20 fee includes lunch. Seating will be limited and advance registration is recommended. Reservation is secured upon receipt of payment. E-mail email@example.com to request a credit card authorization.
* Bootstrapping Your Brand in a Challenged Economy, Sunday, Oct. 14, 7:30-9 a.m.