Photo by Amber Griggs
FASHION INTELLIGENCE SYMPOSIUM
The goal of the symposium is to reflect on the theme Fashion and Social Impact. The symposium includes lunch. This will provide time for the protagonists in the fashion industry—designers, boutique and department store buyers, bloggers and other opinion leaders, image consultants, and consumers—to network.
Corporate Social Responsibility: Changing the world for the better through the power of clothing
Jean-Emmanuel Shein, Director, Global Corporate Social Responsibility, UNIQLO USA
Technology & Fashion and the Customer Experience
Robin Sackin, Chairperson of the Fashion Business Management Department at FIT
The Social Impact of Fashion, Communicating Leadership
Patsy Doerr, Global Head of Corporate Responsibility and Inclusion, Thomson Reuters
The Social Impact of Buying Less by Buying Better
Mary Sheehan Warren, Owner of ISYFashion and Adjunct Professor, CUA Business School (Fashion Marketing)
PANEL OF YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS
Moderated by Kara Eschbach, Co-Founder, CEO & Editor In Chief, Verily
- Alida Boer, founder of MARIA’S
MARIA’S bags are individually hand crafted and blend the tradition, originality and creativity of Guatemalan women with modern, trendsetting designs.
- Judi Limbers, Social Entrepreneur and Founder, The Dress Shoppe
As well as providing high quality dresses, The Dress Shoppe has created an educational platform to empower women through knowledge about their unique beauty.
- Manuela di Prima, founder of Maison Di Prima
Maison Di Prima is a fashion line that epitomizes effortless beauty and the expression of minimal design and couture; the perfect mix of uptown sophistication with a downtown freshness.
Please click here to view a summary video of last year's Fashion Intelligence Symposium.
By March 20, 2017
General — $80
Under 30 — $40
After March 20, 2017
Under 30 — $60
The registration fee provides symposium materials and lunch.
Please choose your admission type below (general, under-30), fill in the pop-up registration form, then head to your cart to finalize the purchase.
Complimentary admission for students of the Fashion Institute of Technology. If you are a student at FIT, please register here.
Fashion Institute of Technology
Katie Murphy Amphitheatre
Seventh Avenue at 27th Street
New York City, NY 10001