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The Future of Fashion Design – After CoVid-19 Curated by BK Style

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A on-line panel discussion about the future of fashion design after the CoVid-19 pandemic and where technology is taking fashion design next, from wearable tech to temperature-changing smart fabrics and beyond.

When the data from the CoVid-19 of mask/clothing and other protective garment wearing is collected, the efforts will grow for more designers to find way to meet the challenge of another pandemic. Along with moving human from planet Earth to Mars, the approach to fashion design and development will focus on predicting what customers will want to wear next.

How is fashion designers shaping the future of fashion?

Fashion design is not only about style, but also about innovation and function, fashion plays a big part in our future from climate change to moving to mars. This industry of fashion is a $2.4T industry, one of the largest industries in the global economy.

Join the conversation as we hear from our panelist POV on the subject

Our panelist will dive into ideas on how design will be create for a future with the possible of another pandemic, how our clothes and accessories will be designed, manufactured, distributed, and marketed to fit a future of health and human interaction in crowded places.

Topic of Conversation

What is Next? Tech Fashions designs to Watch

Future Designs with focus on health

Future of manufacturing (local vs international)

Future of Inventory & Distribution

Future of Retail & Virtual Merchandising

Design for the future – Protective wear and it benefits vs Style

No more fashion seasons

The push for sustainability and Technology design

Streamlining the supply chain

3D printing personalized products

Robot designs for the manufacturing floor

Blockchain in the supply chain

Distribution scales down

From ownership to usership: The rise of clothing-as-a-service

AR/VR redefines the online and in-store experience

Digital stylists get personal

Connected jewelry, apparel, & footwear

3D scanning

Novel fabrics

Closing thoughts

Anina Net

CEO & Founder of 360Fashion Network

Rick Davy

Leveraging his success with the show and the passion he had for fashion, Mr. Davy along with a friend and collaborator started the BK|Style Foundation in May 2006. In the same year (May 2006), the first Fashion Week Brooklyn (Formerly know as BK Fashion Weekend) show was held in DUMBO at the Tobacco Warehouse, to astounding revues and a full page spread in the NY Times, a first of its kind for a Fashion Week Event in Brooklyn, New York. The Brooklyn Magazine name Mr. Davy one of the 100 influencers of Brooklyn, he believes in its 13th year Fashion Week Brooklyn and its status as a top five show in the world not sponsored by Mercedes Benz, is poised for a long stretch of partnerships that is deserving of his creativity and commitment to the world’s most diverse borough.

Alexander King Chen

Born in the USA, Alexander King Chen has built his brand from scratch, while simultaneously hosting two seasons of his own Reality Show [Rich and Famous] with his sister celebrity photographer Shing-I Chen, voted best dressed by Tatler and West East People, voted as #1 most eligible bachelor and collaborated on countless projects. Chen re-emphasizes, "this is my endeavor, it is time I bridged fashion and social conscience together thru my mediums."

Dawnn Karen

Fashion Psychologist Dawnn Karen dubbed by The New York Times as "The Dress Doctor" holds a Master of Arts degree in counseling psychology from Columbia University and is also a candidate for a Masters in Education from Columbia University. Upon graduating from Columbia University in 2012, Dawnn Karen continued where Harvard’s Henry James left off to pioneer the Fashion Psychology Field®.

Kristen Luong

Kristen Luong's brand KROMAGNON is streetwear reimagined for both men and women. KROMAGNON uses sustainable and ecologically friendly practices and fuses them with Kristen's aesthetic yielding dramatic and unique collections. Everything is sustainable, organic, natural, recycled, upcycled and most importantly biodegradable and made in New York City, NY, USA.

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