The Fall Design Season has officially kicked into high gear and it's shaping up to be an incredibly busy time with a number of terrific events happening in the upcoming weeks. We've listed several of the ones we're most excited about here, including one event we're actually a part of entitled The Evolution of Design. We were flattered when the folks over at The Editor at Large asked us to be a part of this panel discussion along with Michael Bruno from 1stdibs, Jonathan Adler, Heather Clawson from Habitually Chic and James Andrew from What Is James Wearing. This is the keynote address that opens up the Fall Market at the D&D building here in New York and it promises to be a rather lively discussion in regards to the state of our industry and where it's headed. It should be a lot of fun and at the very least .... won't you be curious to find out What James Is Wearing? If you live in the area please stop by and check it out. Then mark your calendars for these other upcoming functions that will no doubt be informative and inspiring. Hope to see you out there.
10-06-09 R 20th Century presents Sergio Rodrgigues: The Sultan Returns.
10-07-09 The Editor at Large presents The Evolution of Design (with yours truly!)
10-13-09 Hearst's Designer Visions in Film Opens.
10-14-09 Museum of Art and Design's First Annual Paper Ball
10-16-09 Film Where the Wild Things Are opens (Can't wait!)
10-17-09 High Point Market opens.
10-17-09 Slow Art at the MoMA.
10-20-09 Yabu Pushelberg Book Launch.
10-21-09 Anish Kapoor's Memory opens at the Guggenheim.
10-29-09 Ralph Pucci and Vladimir Kagan in Conversation at the Cooper Hewitt.
10-29-09 Alpha Workshop's 4th Annual Masquerade Ball (This one is a must!)
11-05-09 Taste of T with the New York Times at the A&D Building (Bring your appetite!)
11-07-09 IFDA presents The Rising Stars of Interior Design with Jamie Drake.
11-08-09 MoMA's Bauhaus 1919-1933: Workshops for Modernity opens.
11-10-09 Architect Eero Saarinen Retrospective opens at The Museum of the City of NY.
11-22-09 Tim Burton retrospective at the MoMA.
If we've forgotten anything or if you know of a fantastic design event, please feel free to e-mail us or leave a comment.