CTC&G (Connecticut Cottages & Gardens) is bringing its pages to life in a new signature design event dubbed CTC&G Designing Greenwich. With over 32 exhibitors, the show will present a marketplace of accessible design with a curated group of interior designers, event designers, fine modern and contemporary art dealers, antiques dealers, jewelers, and custom craftsmen.
Interior designer Tony Ingrao will serve as the Design Chair for the four-day event, and more than a dozen designers and bloggers will participate in the "Time for Design" lecture series including: Carolyne Roehm, Victoria Amory, Clodagh, Florence DeDampierre, Helen Klisser During, Annie Falk, Tony Ingrao, Amanda Nisbet, Alex Papachristidis, Janice Parker, Lulu Powers, Susanna Salk, Michael Storrings and Vicente Wolf.
"For CTC&G Designing Greenwich, the magazine has assembled a group of the celebrity design talents who frequently grace its pages to give inspirational presentation and autograph their new books throughout the weekend," said Marianne Howatson, Cottages & Gardens Publications' CEO & Publication Director.
Exhibitors include Dmitriy & Co., Foley & Cox, Interieurs, Savoir Beds, Fairchild Baldwin, Keely Smith, and many more. A complete list can be found here.
More than 5,000 design enthusiasts from Greenwich and the surrounding areas are expected to shop the showcase, meet keynote speakers and attend events and book-signings.
The show opens Friday, November 9 at the Loading Dock (375 Fairfield Avenue, Stamford, CT) and runs through Monday, November 12.
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