Amelia Papadakis Selected as one of VMSD's 2022 Class of Designer Dozen Honorees!

VMSD’s annual Designer Dozen awards recognizes retail's rising stars, ages 35 and under, who are making their mark on an industry that is poised on the cusp of reinvention.
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    The selected multidisciplinary designers, architects and visual merchandisers have demonstrated a dedication to design excellence as well as a commitment to innovate and advance the retail experience in ways we are only beginning to imagine.

    "Why Amelia? With attention-grabbing projects for Superette Cannabis, Wilson and Everlane under her belt, Amelia sees her projects through from driving the creative to be aligned with each brand to making sure the correct vision is realized through the finished project."

    Check out Amelia's profile and the other 2022 Designer Dozen honorees here!

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