SS21 WOMENS PRINT & PATTERN TREND FORECAST
Our Instant Download Digital Spring / Summer 2021 Print & Pattern Trend Forecast will give you the confidence to develop products that match your consumer's future needs. Become a market leader by introducing newness at the ideal point in the season.
A CREATIVE, PRACTICAL TOOL
Your go-to guide for the coming season
Our 50 page report includes the nine key seasonal trends for womenswear print & pattern direction for spring / summer 2021
Can be applied to various market sectors within womenswear including jersey, dresses, tops, swimwear, sleepwear and lingerie
Includes real examples and inspirational imagery from catwalks, brands and directional designers
Covers a diverse range of trend "moods" that will resonate with different target markets
Karin Elkorchi, Design Director
Tiffany is one of the most talented fashion designers I have worked with in both my incarnation as a design director and my present life running a trend site.
She seamlessly combines creative vision with commerciality.
Stuart Gould, Director
We couldn't be happier with her work.
A great eye for detail and upcoming trends.
We would highly recommend her.
Carole BW, Design Director
I have worked with Tiff for years and found she has a unique ability to spot emerging trends and apply them to a commercial environment, highly recommended.
Mark Long, CEO
Tiffany has the ability to spot emerging trends and translate them into commercially viable direction. An invaluable source of design inspiration.
Over two decades worth of experience within the luxury and commercial sectors of the fashion industry has given Tiffany the know-how you need for your fashion business.
With both her craft as a fashion designer and curiosity and vision as a trend forecaster, she has built a reputation for accurate trend prediction.
She has the ability to understand different market and product categories and this enables her to help brands, entrepreneurs, start-ups, manufacturers and designers identify key emerging trends and translate them into commercially-viable looks for development.