Soon High Point Market Fall 2016 (22 to 26 October) will start and with it the chase of tomorrow’s home decorating ideas choises that are starting to take shape right now. If your’re looking for a contemporary interior design style, High Point Market is your destination for 22 untill 26 of October. Amongst High Point Market Fall 2016 dates design events, the most important is the opening day event, where you’ll find out how global cultural influences impact today’s top interior design trends, and how tomorrow’s home fashion decorating ideas will be defined.
This event will be held Saturday, October 22 in the High Point Theatre, in the Transportation Terminal. Doors open at 8:30am; please enter through the ramp to the left of the main Theatre entrance. A special gift will be provided to the first 150 attendees.
Join Jaye Anna Mize of trend forecasting leader Fashion Snoops for an overview of the forces moving us forward. Then, learn how cultural movements and emerging ideas are translated into home furnishings from our all-star panel, featuring Pantone’s Vice President Laurie Pressman, Better Homes and Gardens Editor-in-Chief Stephen Orr, Crypton Home Fabrics Co-Founder Randy Rubin, and celebrity designer Kelli Ellis.
Who is Jaye Anna Mize?
With a passion for trend psychology, technology and design, Jaye has branched out from fashion and into home and interiors as she has developed trend forecasts over the past 11 years. Working with major brands worldwide, she follows emerging influences in international events, and analyzes the key factors that shape our sense of style in the home and interiors markets.
Who is Kelli Ellis?
Kelli began her TV career on TLC’S Clean Sweep, moved on to starring roles in HGTV’s Takeover My Makeover, Move or Improve, Celebrity Holiday Homes, and House Hunters Renovation. Her new show on The Design Network, Design Therapy, is set to air in 2016.
In addition to her best-selling book Do I Look Skinny in this House?, Kelli has been published in numerous national publications including Traditional Home, LUXE Magazine, andDomino. Her latest creative outlets include outdoor rug designs for Jaipur, two collections with Tilebar, art glass for Frates, an outdoor lighting line with One World, and a successful collection with Leftbank Art.
Who is Stephen Orr?
As the brand steward for a magazine with a readership of 40 million people, Orr oversees all aspects of the Better Homes and Gardens brand, including print, digital, social, video, and merchandising partnerships. Prior to taking his current position, Orr worked as Executive Editor of Condé Nast Traveler and a VP/Editorial Director for Martha Stewart Living.
He has also held senior content creation leadership positions at multi-platform brands such as House & Garden, Domino, Gourmet, Bon Appétit, and Epicurious, as well as senior design positions at The New York Times Magazine, W, and WWD. Orr is also the author of several books, including Tomorrow’s Garden and most recentlyThe New American Herbal, an A-to-Z survey showing the full spectrum of useful plants with both recipes and projects.
Who is Laurie Pressman?
In addition to managing a global consortium of color and trend experts, Laurie works directly with leading brands around the world on their color selections, is involved in the development of Pantone’s color research and color trend forecasting products, and sits on the Home Products Board at FIT and the Fashion Advisory Board at Savannah College of Art and Design.
With 20 years of experience in product development and merchandising for the fashion and home furnishings markets, she recognizes color as an intrinsic part of people’s immediate visual experience, its power as a communication tool, and significant effects in space design, consumer purchasing decisions, and effective brand management.
Who is Randy Rubin?
Starting with a vision to create a stylish commercial textile that was stain, water and odor resistant, Randy now owns three powerhouse brands: Crypton, industry leader in contract performance textiles; Nanotex, apparel and consumer goods fabric innovator; and Crypton Home Fabric, a performance fabric technology specifically developed for residential interiors.
She is a devoted supporter of the dramatic revival of design and commerce in her home city of Detroit, which was recently named a UNESCO City of Design, was named among the 50 Most Influential Women in Michigan by Monthly Detroit, and is one of Fast Company magazine’s Fast 50.