Shanghai event to focus on trends, information

Shanghai – A full range of information and educational programs will be offered at the 2007 edition of Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles, running Aug. 29 - 31 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre.

 

Informational elements will include a Home Textile Design and Trend Seminar series led by five world-renowned designers.

 

The designer panelists will be:

  • Ornella Bignami, of Elementi Moda, Milan, presenting "Moods 2008 – Multiplicity;"

  • Kai Chow of Here and There, New York, with a 2008/09 color and textile forecast;

  • Sachiko Inoue of Tokyo, presenting "Vision of Life Style: Nature = Human / 2008;"

  • Nelly Rodi of the Nelly Rodi Agency, Paris, presenting "2008 Lifestyle trends: New consumer attitudes and focus on Home Textiles;"

  • Fulvio Alvisi, of Alvisi e Alvisi, Italy, emphasizing Italian lifestyle and fabrics for 2008/09.

 

 

Complete information is available at www.intertextile.com or by email at textile@hongkong.messefrankfurt.com.

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