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IAC Announces 20th Anniversary New York Fashion, Jewelry + Design Conference: Vortex

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IAC Announces 20th Anniversary New York Fashion, Jewelry + Design Conference: Vortex

Who: Hosted by Initiatives in Art & Culture, with speakers across the fashion space being featured, including: Ivan Bart, President, IMG Models and Fashion Properties; Jason Wu, Canadian Artist and Fashion Designer based in New York City; Rebecca Minkoff,Fashion Designer; Robert Verdi, Entrepreneur,Celebrity Stylist, and Television Personality; Jyothi Rao, President, Intermix; Constance C.R. White, award-winning Journalist and Author, How To Slay: Inspiration from Black Kings and Queens of Style (Rizzoli, 2018); Karen Giberson, President, Accessories Council; Alexandra Mor, haute joaillerie Designer; Mickey Alam Khan, Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Luxury Daily; Gary A. Wassner, CEO, Hilldun Corporation;Deirdre Featherstone, private Jeweler based in NYC and more.

What: The highly anticipated IAC fashion conference will focus on change, possibility, uncertainty, and how it relates to fashion. The meeting of cutting-edge technology, collaborations, and the roles of traditional versus new media will be explored.

Where: Museum of the City of New York. 1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street.

Bus: M1, M2, M3, M4, M106 to 104th Street

Subway: 6 to Lexington Ave/103rd Street or 2/3 to Central Park North/110th Street

Bike: Citi Bike to Fifth Ave at 103rd Street

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When: November 8 and 9, 2018. 9:00AM-5:00PM

IAC Announces 20th Anniversary New York Fashion, Jewelry + Design Conference: Vortex

Featherstone Fine Jewelry Platinum, Diamond Line Tops, Neon Blue Tourmaline Kite Bellies, with Diamond & Green Tourmaline Drops.

IAC Announces 20th Anniversary New York Fashion, Jewelry + Design Conference: Vortex

Alexandra Mor, Carved Tagua Rudraksha & Red Wood Flower with Baroque Pearls Necklace, rudraksha beads, Baroque South Sea Pearls, sawo wood, with gold filigree and tagua seed.

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