EcoSessions: Crafting Connections

WHEN:

Wed September 27th 2017
Ended

WHERE:

Fashion Institute of Technology, 227 West 27th Street, HAFT Auditorium, New York, 10001

WHAT:

"Supporting creative communities requires consumers to recognize and covet the unique characteristics of craft. This panel conversation between Jennifer Gootman (West Elm), Abrima Erwyah (Studio One Eighty Nine) and Luna Lee (EILEEN FISHER) will address the role of brands in developing an appreciation for textiles and communicating the craft story to their customers so commcerce can support artisan communities. "

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Help each other out, have fun! To make everyone welcome, please be nice and don't sell here. You can buy & sell here. 🥰❤️

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