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Whether you are a jeweller, candle-maker, ceramicist, fashion designer or basketweaver, trends in colours, shapes, styles, etc. are important. You need to determine what’s ‘in’ and what’s not, what sells and what remains on the shelves. If you identify trends that can be successfully applied to your discipline, you can ensure your product range is ‘on trend’ and keep your collection fresh and up-to-date, giving you an edge over your competitors.

Follow the simple steps below to ensure your products are on trend for the next season. Identify:

Note that this does not mean you need to consider redesigning everything in your range. Some products are ‘classics’, changing little from year to year; others can lie outside the trend path. Only a few of your key products may need to be updated for the effect to rub off on all the others.


"I don't set trends, I just find out what they are and exploit them"





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