Katharine Hamnett

Katharine Hamnett

Legendary British fashion designer made her breakthrough in the early 1980s. Quickly made a name for herself as a rebel – invited to 10 Downing Street by Margaret Thatcher, she turned up wearing a T-shirt with the message “58% don’t want Pershing”. Since then...
Cay Bond

Cay Bond

Sweden’s best known trend analyst. Started the legendary fashion magazine CliC in the 1980s, and is one of the most famous trend and fashion spokesmen on Swedish TV. Currently engaged in research for the Promostyl trend institute in Paris. “THE FABRICS ARE...
Clemens Thornquist

Clemens Thornquist

Design researcher and fashion designer – all in the same suit. Clemens Thornquist unites academy and art in his research. Equally at home in design circles in Borås, London and New York. Clemens Thornquists’ fashion designs give birth to his design research. And...
Jonas Blanking

Jonas Blanking

Industrial designer who received international recognition and success with his epoch-making urban rucksack, the Boblbee. Currently working on developing a similarly epoch-making retail concept that will enable products to be personalised. “A sustainable product has...
Tyler Brûlé

Tyler Brûlé

Tyler Brûlé. The world’s most influential publicist. His magazines – Wallpaper, Line and Spruce – have changed the way we view trends in design, architecture, interior design, fashion and sport. Future trends according to Tyler Brûlé Butchers, bakers and...
Patrick Whitney

Patrick Whitney

Professor Whitney is Head of the Institute of Design, Illinois Institute of Technology. Was President Clinton’s advisor on design matters. Now busy with global research into cultural similarities and differences – and how these can be utilised in the design process....