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.
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.
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 Interior Knowledge and has worked at Trend Bible since the beginning, in 2007.
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.
Emily supports the Senior Trend Strategists working on a variety of consultancy projects for our international client base. She assists the team in running workshops, attends trade and consumer lifestyle shows and reports on key trends for our clients. Emily was previously a freelance contributor at WGSN-homebuildlife.
Clare joined the Trend Bible team as a graduate apprentice in July 2015 having impressed us during an internship the previous year. Clare studied knit design at Herriot-Watt University and has a huge passion for trend forecasting that was continually evidenced in her work.
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.
Corey graduated from Northumbria University in Design for Industry where he collaborated with the Trend Bible team on his final major project. He completed internships with Philips in Eindhoven, Holland and also with Lego in Denmark. After graduation, he became Junior Designer at Lego and is now travelling the States and Brazil, reporting on key social and cultural events for Trend Bible.
Kate has a broad and varied experience of concept and material development for fashion and automotive companies. In the past, she has designed for Marks & Spencer and created her own children’s fashion brand stocked in John Lewis. She has a strong background in trend analysis and brand development for automotive and aircraft interiors for BMW, Land Rover and Lotus where she created interior solutions, developed limited edition and concepts cars.
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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