San Francisco Fashion Instructor Featured in S.F. Chronicle
August 4, 2016
Mikel Rosen, fashion instructor, The Art Institute of California—San Francisco, a campus of Argosy University, was recently quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle regarding trend forecasting for fashion.
British-born Rosen has taught trend forecasting for more than 20 years. He’s leading a project that will culminate in a demonstration and trends presentation at Bespoke San Francisco at Westfield San Francisco Centre, a tech-centered co-working space that also hosts pop-up businesses as well as events and installations.
The project is a collaboration between Rosen, his students, and the team at Bespoke. It will highlight how San Francisco is currently steering the conversation about lifestyle trends and tech—and how the Bay Area continues to be a center of innovation that’s resulted in many cultural moments and movements.
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