The event will be held on 23rd August and 24th August 2013 at Grand Hyatt, Goa.
These creative coaching seminars will be conducted by David Landart, Asia Sales Director of Carlin International and his team. David Landart has more than 15 years on experience in international textile and fashion industry, having honed a deep understanding and knowledge of Asian manufacturers, brands difficulties and challenges, paralleled with western buyers’ requirements.
David and his team will also be designing the ‘Trends Boutique’ – an exclusive spot for select exhibitors to feature their most contemporary creations. Trends Boutique is where most designers and merchandiser will flock around and get inspired.
Carlin International is renowned globally and stands as one of the top trend publishers with 66 years of trend predicting experience. On day one at Galleria Intima 2013, Carlin International would conduct a seminar on ‘Importance of Design in Growing your Brand’, while sharing their experience of many years in design and advertising.
Remarks David Landart, “With the increasing Indian woman’s fashion exposure and awareness, it means that local brands will have to invest into genuine brand building and work on creative strategy, work on an increasing number of well-designed products and change their products renewal rate policy, educate their market through better communication tools and retail concepts in order to enhance products added values.
"That has been the case everywhere in emerging markets in the past. This seminar will try to guide business and management people on how to generate strong ROI from trends and design investments, at the same time how designers can use trends with regards to new product developments.”
On Day Two, the trend forecasting company will share valuable information and insight on existing trend information with regards to the lingerie industry, at the same time offering a peek into the future trends for the industry in the year 2014, with respect to trends in designs, styles, looks, colour schemes, prints etc.
Four themes will be reflected at the Trends 2014 forum: Complicity, Exuberance, Confidential and Sensitive. This seminar aims to help attending guests from intimate apparel manufacturing and supply end to gather and apply trend knowledge to develop products that respond in tandem with the consumer needs and aspirations.
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