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The Age of Sentiment – A Lecture by Geraldine Wharry

5 December 2018 | 15:00 - 17:00

The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries hosts ‘The Age of Sentiment’, a lecture by Geraldine Wharry. Come down to the University of Portsmouth Eldon Building, room EW1.11, on Wednesday 05 December 2018 at 3pm.

Do you want to integrate trend forecasting into your creative practice? Are you curious about the intriguing ‘soft science’ greatly impacting the style industry? Are you a student, consultant, educator, marketer or simply curious?

The School of Art Design and Performance welcomes Geraldine Wharry, an expert in design trends, consumer behaviour and future markets.

“Geraldine Wharry’s global experience as a fashion designer and trend forecaster has led her to collaborate across the style industry in fashion, beauty, innovation, technology, marketing and retail for leading brands, agencies and institutions.

She is a unique futurist, a polymath, equipped with the vision of a forecaster, the craft of a designer and the relentless curiosity of a scientist.

Her reputation for accurately predicting trends and designing successful fashion collections comes from an unwavering ability to research and define what’s new. This has helped her collaborators with successful product launches, trend foresight and best selling designs in the USA, Europe and Asia.”

Geraldine explores the big ideas shaping the next two years with a focus on Style Industries.

To register for the lecture, visit Eventbrite.


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5 December 2018
15:00 - 17:00
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Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries


Eldon Building
Winston Churchill Avenue
Portsmouth, Hampshire PO1 2DJ United Kingdom
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