Join Us for AD PRO Global Design Talks

Dee Yonker

This spring, AD PRO, Architectural Digest’s ultimate resource for design professionals, presents AD PRO Global Design Talks, a can’t-miss conversation series with the world’s leading creative talents. Join AD editors and design luminaries as they mine surprising insights through panel discussions and workshops—and help you master the ins and outs of today’s interiors industry. The series is presented by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and in partnership with House of Rohl, Zephyr, and Ralph Lauren Home. 

Get your tickets at our AD PRO Global Design Talks microsite, and access all of the programming for $299. Admission is complimentary for AD PRO members—including all four workshops, valued at $79 apiece. Members will receive a comp code via email to use at checkout. Not an AD PRO member yet? Join today.

Whether you’re up for listening in on lively, informative conversations or honing your design savvy through interactive workshops, you’ll find it at Global Design Talks. Programming will be streamed live on the Global Design Talks website, and will remain available on demand through September 3, 2022. (Content will post within 24 hours of recording.)

On Tuesday, May 10, at 1:00 p.m. E.T., AD global editorial director and U.S. editor in chief, Amy Astley, kicks off the digital programming with “A Profile in Style,” a keynote conversation with designer Justina Blakeney. A breakout star and trailblazing entrepreneur, Blakeney will reflect on her unconventional path to success, offering fresh insights for emerging talents and established peers alike. Tune in as she and Astley reflect on making an impact in a crowded field, the future of the industry, how to expand one’s brand, and more.

An interior styled by Colin King, who will share his know-how during AD PRO Global Design Talks. (The kitchen pictured here, which belongs to Seth Meyers, was designed by Ashe Leandro.)

Photo: Shade Degges

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