Tomorrow, beginning at 9 a.m., Architectural Digest will give professional and non-professional designers alike the chance to come present their work to the magazine at Manhattan's D&D Building, quelling the notion that you need to have an "in" to have your work published in the pub. Editor-in-chief Paige Rense will moderate a townhall-style meeting with a panel of esteemed designers including Mario Buatta, Cecil Hayes, Geoffrey Bradfield, Lee Mindel, and Stephen Sills. Designers in the New York metro area must RSVP online before arriving, and those in California can attend open auditions this Spring. For more information, and a list of required portfolio materials to bring, go here.
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