With their fingers on the pulse of what’s hot, renowned designer Anthony Baratta will join Jeffrey Alan Marks and Nathan Turner, acclaimed designers and stars of Bravo TV’s Million Dollar Decorators, to deliver their top picks during a live panel discussion and webcast, Ahead of the Curve. Moderated by design author and TODAY Show style guru Susanna Salk, the designers will give an exclusive look at what they consider the hottest new items and trends they have discovered while scouting World Market Center Las Vegas’ showrooms.
Anthony Baratta, Jeffrey Alan Marks and Nathan Turner.
Taking place August 3 at 9 a.m. PST/12:00 p.m. EST, the presentation features a video featuring each panelist's top trends followed by a question-and-answer segment. Audience members who are logged onto the webcast may submit questions and join the conversation via a live Twitter chat with @editoratlarge under #AOTC. REGISTER HERE to view the live webcast.
The chat will include commentary from 10 top bloggers from across the country who will be covering Market including Manvi Drona-Hidalgo of Mochatini; Cassandra LaValle of Coco + Kelley; Elise Marshall Jones of Here in This House; Carmen Christensen of Time2Design; Marissa Marcantonio of StyleBeat; Susan Serra of The Kitchen Designer; Nicole Abbott of Chic Cheap Nursery & Design Public; Carrie Anne Hansen of Studio C Interior Design & Snuggery Style; Raina Kattelson of A Stylist's Life; and Emily Anderson of Good With Style.
“Ahead of the Curve is such a fun and unique program that really resonates with Market attendees as well as designers and media from around the world,” said Salk, who has moderated the program since its inception in August 2007. “World Market Center Las Vegas works hard to secure the world’s top designers to shed light on what’s happening in our industry. This year’s group is no exception. Each will bring his own unique perspective to share what they love, what moves them and what will be hot in the upcoming months.”
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