Pacific Design Center announces Westweek 2010: Design Revolution, which takes place March 24 and 25 and includes three keynote panels, 50+ showroom programs, book signings, new product line introductions and a roster of lectures by renowned experts in the field. It will be capped by the 2010 Stars of Design Awards, Wednesday, March 25. Westweek 2010: Design Revolution will be anchored with three keynote panels presented by PDC media partners: Elle Decor magazine, The Editor at Large and Interiors magazine: Elle Decor magazine’s keynote panel, Wed., March 24, 11:00 AM will be moderated by Editor-in-Chief Margaret Russell with panelists: • Designer Vicente Wolf • Los Angeles Times magazine design and culture editor Mayer Rus • Patricia Shackelford, author of the blog Mrs. Blandings The Editor at Large’s panel, Wed., March 24, 3:30 PM, introduced by Julia Noran and moderated by Sophie Donelson, features: • Michael Bruno, founder of 1stDibs.com • Ronda Carman, founder of AlltheBestBlog.com • Brian Patrick Flynn, designer, founder of DecorDemon.com • Brad Ford, designer and founder of DesignTherapy.com • Jilllian St. Charles, vice president and site director, HGTV.com • Vanessa De Vargas, interior designer and host of Designer Tag Sale Interiors magazine panel, Thurs., March 25, 11:00 AM, led by editorial/creative director James Barra and Editor-in-chief Arianne Nardo, features: • Carlos Barbosa, set designer for “24" • Orlando Diaz-Azcuy • Kara Mann • Roger Thomas
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