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IEG Launches VOICE – Vicenzaoro International Community Event

The seminar is scheduled for Monday, 14th September at 2.30 pm.

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(PRESS RELEASE) VICENZA – Trendvision Jewellery + Forecasting, the first independent Observatory created by Italian Exhibition Group (IEG) that specializes in jewelry forecasting, presents the much-awaited volume during the live event TV TALK – PREDICTIONS @ VOICE – A Forecasting Event | Presenting Seasons 2022, the seminar scheduled for Monday, 14th September at 2.30 pm, organized into three sessions: Emerging Phenomena, Jewelry Panorama and Forecast 2022.

On The Stage of Voice, the interactive stage set up in the heart of Hall 7, the event’s presenters and moderators during the talk-show, Paola De Luca, Founder and Creative Director of Trendvision Jewellery + Forecasting, and David Brough, Founder and Editor in Chief of Jewellery Outlook, will be exploring the sector’s future scenarios with Akash Das, Professor at ISDI, Mumbai – School of Fashion Design and Researcher for The Futurist Ltd.; Ash Allibhai, Trend Forecaster and Fashion Director at Asbo Magazine; Smitha Sadandan, Journalist and Jewelry Editor; Thomas Lazzarini, Stylist and Personal Shopper for Farfetch. The programme will also see interventions from Paige Novick, Founder and Creative Director of the homonymous company, and jewelry designer Lydia Courteille; Satta Matturi, Founder and Creative Director at Satta Matturi Fine Jewellery; Roshni and Rahul Jhavery from Studio Renn; Lauren Kulchinsky Levison, Vice President, Chief Style Officer and Curator for Mayfair Rocks in New York; Narendra Kumar, Creative Director at Amazon Fashion India, Fashion Designer and Filmmaker; Adrien Roberts, International Director of Education for the Italian Fashion School – Accademia di Costume e Moda,.

The event will also be transmitted in streaming on the website and on the Show’s YouTube and Facebook profiles.

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