With a collective experience in trend prediction, colour forecasting, design and manufacturing across home, interiors, automotive, fashion, beauty, FMCG and toy industries, we can tailor our team’s skills to each client’s specific needs.
Rebecca joined the team in 2017 as Trend Researcher, supporting our Home & Interiors consultancy team. She has degree in Fashion and Textiles Buying Management from University of Huddersfield, and spent her placement year at J.Barbour & Sons as a Visual Merchandiser.
Lauren brings her experience in consumer insight to our bespoke client projects. Prior to joining Trend Bible, Lauren was a Design Innovation Consultant at Tandem, working with a wide range of brands across consumer goods, household care and personal care. Lauren has a degree in Marketing Management and an MA in Multidisciplinary Design from Northumbria University.
Ruth joined us in October 2013 and has been working with our clients on bespoke trend insights, putting her knowledge of how brands use trends to good use following her time as Communications Designer at global brand Mars in London. Ruth has a degree in Fashion Communication and an MA in Multidisciplinary Design from Northumbria University, where she worked on live briefs for brands including Unilever and Diageo.
Helen brings her experience in customer insight to our bespoke client projects. Prior to joining Trend Bible, Helen was Insight, Strategy and Innovation Consultant at Sense Worldwide, London. She spent many years working on insight and innovation projects for a wide range of brands – from fashion to home cleaning products and personal care.
Stefan comes to Trend Bible with over 10 years experience in the trend forecasting industry, previously working with London-based forecasting agency Stylus, and prior to that, New York-based Stylesight. Stefan’s role at Trend Bible is to understand the needs of new clients and introduce them to our products and services.
Tanya deals with the production of our trend publications and manages the processes and strategies within the organisation. She also liaises with our international network of agents and our database of over 3,000 contributors. Previously, she has worked as Editorial Manager at lifestyle magazine Living North, Marketing Manager at Guerilla Communications and Studio Manager at Bernhart Interiors.
Hannah began her career in the gift and greetings industry before joining Trend Bible in 2016. Hannah develops shopper and consumer insight for our clients in the greetings industry and shapes design, colour and editorial trends. She also creatively directs our Baby and Kid’s Lifestyle Trend books.
Owen joined the team as Trend Researcher in 2017 and supports the Strategy and Insight team delivering bespoke consultancy to brands and manufacturers. He previously worked as an innovation specialist at Godfrey Syrett. He has a degree in Industrial and Product Design from the University of Teeside.
Rebekah joined the team as Creative Studio Assistant in 2017 having completed an MA in Fashion Textile Practice and a BA in Surface Design for Fashion and Interiors at Huddersfield University. At Trend Bible she works across the Operations and Forecasting teams.
Hollie brings her multi-faceted experience as a designer, buyer, and merchandiser to the world of trend forecasting, providing the US viewpoint for our future forecasts. She previously worked as a Buyer for companies such as Forever 21, West Elm, and Anthropologie and is able to bring a commercial eye to our macro insights and design trends.
Louise creates textile and wallpaper prints for our trend publications and for our consultancy clients. Louise attends trade shows collecting inspiration and creating original artworks from vintage textile finds, art galleries and our library of visual sources. Louise also tracks down up-and-coming textile and print designers to feature in our trend books and on our blog.
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Trend Bible have helped an experienced marketing team to think about our brand, the market and the future in a completely different way. The results have been positive and tangible. Their input is challenging, fresh but critically also practical.