Overarching Trends from Scandinavia: An IFDAEF Grant Research Webinar June 17
Garette Johnson will take us through overarching cultural and attitudinal themes driving design in Scandinavia that are rapidly influencing the future of design the world over. With expertise across fashion, interiors, product development, consumer insight and cultural arts, Garette will share her unique perspective informed by futures studies and trend research abroad.
In 2018, the IFDAEF awarded Garette Johnson the Valerie Moran Memorial Grant for professional development studies abroad. Garette traveled to Copenhagen, Denmark to learn a futures forecasting methodology called Scenario Planning at the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies as well as research how Danish culture informs urban planning and interior design. Over the last 2.5 years, Garette has continued to explore Scandinavian culture, art and design working with Norwegian brands at ICFF, travel to Oslo for Fashion Week and volunteering at the American Scandinavian Society.
Wednesday, June 17th at 11 am – 12 pm
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About Garette Johnson:
Garette is a Creative Strategist, and Visual Designer at Garrott Designs with over a decade of brand development expertise across fashion, interiors, consumer insights and lifestyle industries. As an independent consultant, Garette informs future facing projects that support brand growth with international, private and corporate clients. Garette’s ability to connect disparate ideas, people and industries has been her greatest contribution to our IFDA board and community. She is the 2018 recipient of the IFDAEF Valerie Moran Grant awarded for her professional research of futures studies and urban design in Copenhagen, Denmark. Contact Garette at email@example.com and via LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/garette-johnson-a306497/
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