Fashioning The Future Of Urban Living
125+ people gathered together last month at The Wheelhouse downtown Los Angeles to exchange ideas, see what's coming from Untucked, and learn about the future of urban living from a panel of changemakers beautifying Los Angeles. We bantered about everything from biking-to-work to mobile offices.
To wrap up the night, NPR Spotlight singer/songwriter, Irene Diaz mesmerized the room with her powerful voice.
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Hosted by // Me, Colleen : )
Gloria Hwang // Founder and CEO of Thousand
Rubina Ghazarian // Department of Transportation’s New Mobility Division, Creator of LA Metro's Bike Share,
Alissa Walker // Urbanism Editor at Curbed
As a new designer of women's workwear, crafting clothing for the professional women on the go, I'm passionate about research. Being at the pulse of the action of my customers helps me better understand how to design for their needs and lifestyles.
This event captured exactly that pulse.
That night, I featured an Untucked Wall to showcase my prototype and upcoming pieces in the making with an open invitation to hear feedback on the designs and what women want in their workwear.
The input was fantastic and I'm pumped to announce that pre-production has begun with one of the best pattern makers located right here in the heart of Los Angeles.
Pre-sales launch Spring 2017
A few quotes from the night...
“Transportation is more than the engineering and infrastructure. It’s the experience.” - Rubina Ghazarian
"I love my commute! It’s my podcast time, my 'fancy time'…" - Audrey Bellis
“Biking is synonymous with community.” - Gloria Hwang
"The way we are working is changing drastically. I am designing for that shift." - Colleen Monroe