Retail Design Institute Night at the WindowsWear Museum at Berkeley College

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On the evening of February 22, 2017, 100 members and guests of the New York Chapter of the Retail Design Institute celebrated the launch of the WindowsWear Museum at Berkeley College. As the mission of the Retail Design Institute is to promote the advancement and collaborative practice of creating selling environments, the WindowsWear Museum at Berkeley College showcases and preserves the world's best fashion window displays. Berkeley College plays an integral role in the development of the museum, and students of the Fashion Merchandising and Management program significantly benefit from all the professional engagement and educational opportunities that it has to offer.






Raul Tovar, Co-Founder and Director of Photography, addresses the audience. Pictured left to right are Eva Mai, DVP Visuals of Coach, Joshua Williams, Co-Chair, Fashion Merchandising and Management, Berkeley College Larry L. Luing School of Business®, Raul Tovar, Co-Founder and Director of Photography of WindowsWear, Jon Harari, CEO & Co-Founder of WindowsWear.



Pictured left to right are Raul Tovar, Co-Founder and Director of Photography of WindowsWear, Ted Havelka, Campus Operating Officer, New York City of Berkeley College, Joshua Williams, Co-Chair, Fashion Merchandising and Management, Berkeley College Larry L. Luing School of Business®, Jon Harari, CEO & Co-Founder of WindowsWear, Renata Weiss, Educational Chair of the Retail Design Institute, Jim Endean, Communications Chair of the Retail Design Institute.



Wine for the event was sponsored by Anna de Codorníu.