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News / The Return of the Roundtable

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The Return of the Roundtable
Following the successful “The Return of the Roundtable” evening earlier this year, the Goldsmith showroom was once again extremely proud to host the event. The Return of the Roundtable at Goldsmith’s Seventh Avenue NYC Penthouse showroom, brings together window dressers, store designers, stylists, mannequin makers, artists, academics and techies who are connected to the retail and fashion industry, particularly the visual merchandising side, and eager to meet or openly discuss what’s right or wrong with the business. During the evening, attendees were also able to hear from School of Doodle’s Molly Logan and J Walter Thompson’s Lucie Greene.

“It’s the gathering of interesting characters that makes the magic,” said Tom Beebe, a men’s wear consultant, who is spearheading the revival of The Roundtable, along with Dan Evans, president and creative director of Goldsmith, and Eric Feigenbaum, former head of the visual merchandising department at LIM. It was also another opportunity for Goldsmith to showcase its rooftop penthouse to the many different professionals in the retail industry.

The evening was once again a huge success, with VMSD Magazine saying; “Thanks, Tom Beebe and Goldsmith Inc, for having us last night at The Return of the Roundtable at Goldsmith’s Seventh Avenue NYC Penthouse. It was great catching up with industry friends and hearing from School of Doodle’s Molly Logan and J Walter Thompson’s Lucie Greene. Can’t wait till the next one!”.

Photos Credit: VMSD Magazine