A must-see Trend Forecasting for 2014!
After a longer break, a quality trend lecture will take place within the STYL and KABO fairs. The seminar will be held on Monday, 19 August, from 11:00 AM in room PF in Hall P; this time in cooperation with a renowned forecasting agency – World Global Style Network* (WGSN) from London. The WGSN customers already include some Czech manufacturers and therefore we hope that not only merchandisers but also exhibitors view this lecture as a must-see event.
The lecture attendants will get acquainted with key trends across the entire scope of women’s and men’s fashion, accessories and footwear by Sue Evans who has had a long and significant career in the field of fashion forecasting and consulting in cooperation with world retails and manufacturers. The presentation will include an in-depth analysis of key styles, colours, shapes and fabrics which will become the drive of the spring/summer 2014 season. The lecture shall be simultaneously interpreted from English into Czech and trend cards for spring-summer 2014 will be ready for all attendants.
The lecture entry is free of charge.
WGSN is an official partner of STYL-KABO fairs for trends.
WGSN (World Global Style Network London) was launched in 1998 as a trend forecasting service for the fashion and
design industries, providing trend forecasting and analysis to the largest and
most inﬂuential businesses in the world. Today, WGSN is the world‘s leading
fashion forecaster, with over 300 editorial and design staff in ofﬁcces
throughout Europe, Asia, North and South America and the Middle East..
Sue Evans – Head of Catwalks
Since graduating from the Royal College of Art, Sue has had a long and distinguished career in trend forecasting and fashion consultancy, working with international retailers and manufacturers. Sue has been with WGSN since its launch in 1998 and was instrumental in creating the Catwalks, What’s in Store and Close-to-Season directories. During catwalk season, her analytical skills bring a compelling commercial perspective to the 20,000 images she edits.