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“Meeting the US Fashion Trend” Seminar

  • When: 24 October 2013 | 15.30 - 17.00
  • Where: Auditorium, TCDC Chiang Mai

The US is undoubtedly one of the fashion industry leaders that set the global market trend. And the direction of its fashion market is influenced by changing economic trends and the complex needs of consumers. In the “Meeting the US Fashion Trend” seminar, Prof. Sherry Schofield will share the textile and apparel trend of the US market, including the direction of consumer behavior in response to changing economy, which can help your business better answer the needs of modern consumers.

About the speaker

Prof. Sherry Schofield is the President of the International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA) for 2013. She is also the Associate Director and Associate Professor of The Fashion School Kent State University. She has a Ph.D. from Iowa State University in Textiles and Apparel, and received a MA from North Dakota State University, as was her B.S. degree in Textiles and Clothing. Her experiences include the research projects on fashion and accessories by using the design process to bring about innovative and creative apparel designs. She also teaches courses in apparel design, focusing primarily on 3-dimensional design, including construction, pattern making and draping. 

15.30 - 16.00    Register (Light snack will be served)
16.00 - 16.05    Opening speech by Mr. Michael Heath, US Consul General
16.05 - 17.00    ‘Meeting the US Fashion Trend’ by Prof. Sherry Schofiel
17.00 - 17.15    Q&A

Free Admission
Please reserve your seat via Online Reservation system or at TCDC Chiang Mai, tel. 052 080 500 ext. 311, 335, from 10.30 - 18.00 (Closed Mondays).

1. Conducted in English and Thai.
2. Please reserve your seat in advance online or by phone.
3. On-site registration opens one hour before the scheduled start time. For those who have made advance reservation, please register to confirm your seat at least 30 minutes before the event starts.
4. Parking for TCDC Chiang Mai: spaces are limited in TCDC Chiang Mai. Parking fee in the nearby area costs around 20 Baht per day.

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