The final presentations are scheduled for Thursday, July 26, at 9 to 10 a.m., and 2 to 3 p.m., both Eastern Daylight Time.
The webinar, which is aimed at accessories industry professionals, including designers, product development managers and retailers, features crucial information for the upcoming season, including uptrending colors palettes, prints, motifs, materials, skins, silhouettes, finishes and embellishments that will be integral to all accessories.
Click here to register. Note: Advance registration accepted until 8 a.m. EDT on Thursday. Introductory fee: $75.
FAQ about Accessories Directions’ Spring/Sumer 2013 Webinar:
What is a webinar? Basically a webinar is a web-based seminar or presentation that is transmitted over the web permitting viewers to hear and see the presentation in the comfort of their office or home, anywhere in the world. It’s very much like watching a video on YouTube.
How will I view the webinar? After you register and pay the $75 introductory fee, you will receive an email confirmation that includes your username and password for the webinar. Prior to one the webinars on Thursday, you will receive a reminder email that includes the link where you’ll view the webinar.
What kind of computer do I have to use? Any computer, PC or Mac, should be sufficient to view the webinar. Your confirmation email also includes a simple test to make sure your computer’s system will show the webinar without any problem. Since you’ll be seeing product details and other visuals, it is probably best to view the webinar on a large computer monitor.
What if I have a question or comment when I view the webinar? While the webinar is running, you will be able to submit any questions or comments to Nicole Philip-Kronenberg, fashion editor at Accessories, and the Accessories Directions team. You should receive a response within seven business days.
How long will the webinar last? Approximately 50 minutes
Will all accessories categories be included in the forecast? Just about everything! Jewelry, handbags, belts, small leathergoods and tech accessories, scarves, hosiery, footwear, sunglasses, hats, gloves, etc.
About Accessories Directions
Even more advanced trend information is available by paid subscription to Accessories Directions Trend Forecasting, a service that helps designers as well as retailers plan the five biggest trends a year-and-a-half ahead. These five big trends are depicted with Pantone color chips and color delivery schedules, accessories classification silhouettes and sketches, fabric/finding/leather images, trends by classification and international runway images. Subscribers also receive a swatch book twice a year, where they can see, feel and touch fabrics, findings and leathers for an even closer view. www.accessoriesdirections.com