The world’s #1 fashion trend forecaster.
By predicting the trends of tomorrow, WGSN Fashion helps the world’s largest retailers, brands and manufacturers lead with confidence.
Fashion Design & Inspiration
Plan your range with confidence. Here you will find long-term consumer trends, new and breaking trends, every major catwalk show, and thousands of street style reports.
- Trend and colour forecasts 2+ years ahead
- 1,300 catwalk shows and 150+ catwalk analysis reports per season
- More than 22 million searchable images
- PLUS thousands of royalty-free prints, graphics and CADs
14 Product Categories
WGSN employs specialists in every product category to ensure our insight and trends are as accurate and as actionable as possible. Whether you are a specialist or a generalist, or just need an overview, we’ve got it covered.
- Intimates & Swim
- Materials & Textiles
- Prints & Graphics
Up-to-the-minute news appears here alongside deep dives into strategies for retail, merchandising, marketing and sourcing.
- EVERY major trade show and thought leader event covered
- Seasonal ad campaign analysis with over 300 pages of searchable ads
- Executive strategy briefings and best practice reports
One of the most extensive image libraries in fashion with more than 22 million searchable hi-res images. A raft of filters enables you to pinpoint your search while intuitive tools allow you to sort and share your images with ease.
- 22 million hi-res, zoomable and searchable images
- 2,500+ industry-specific keywords for filtering your results
- Catwalks, retail windows, in-store displays, trade shows, street style and vintage
Design Tools & Resources
WGSN offers easy and intuitive tools to help you organise and share your inspiration and images. City by City guides inspire your next trip, while our Colour Play palette builder, CADs, prints and graphics help you design and plan your range.
- Organise and share your images and inspiration
- CLIP images from anywhere on the web and save to your workspace
- Build your own colour palettes, choose from Pantone, CSI, NCS, CNCS and Archroma libraries
Top Line Growth
WGSN’s intelligence enables better decision-making from concept to creation improving profitability and driving top-line growth. Over 93% of executives agree that WGSN Fashion has yielded a direct improvement to their business, specifically by:
- Validating their product direction
- Saving them time and improving productivity
- Strengthening collaboration and information sharing
- Informing new product lines or extensions
Meet the experts
Head of Fashion
Catriona Macnab, Head of Fashion at WGSN, is a creative trend forecaster and is based at WGSN’s office in London. Macnab joined WGSN 12 years ago, fostering WGSN’s authority in trend futures across the fashion and creative industries. Macnab leads a team which advises fashion and design companies from luxury groups to multi-national stores and specialist brands on what is coming next in areas such as colour, fabric and style.
Head of Retail & Product Analysis
Francesca Muston heads WGSN's Retail & Product Analysis team, providing comprehensive analysis across all product areas, including insight into exactly how items are hitting shop floors. Focusing on key products, colours and styling directions, the team also reports on VM trends, international trade shows and city guides tailored for professional travel.
Head of Design & Youth Culture
Chris joined WGSN in 2005 as head of Prints & Graphics and Branding & Packaging. A highly experienced graphic designer, he has spent 19 years in the industry, previously as senior graphic designer at Firetrap and has worked for clients such as Kangol, Admiral Sportswear and MTV Europe, Topman, Marks and Spencer, Dorothy Perkins and Tommy Hilfiger.
Director of Denim
With close to 20 years of experience in the world of denim from design, development, washing and finishing and fabric sourcing, Dio brings a vast amount of industry experience. Dio has previously worked for many of our top clients and has consulted for the likes of Levi’s, Forever 21, C&A, Bestseller China, and Tommy Hilfiger to name a few. A passionate conservationist, Dio is very eager to promote cutting edge denim innovations that are not only trend driven, but environmentally sound.
Director of Accessories & Footwear
With over 10 years experience in design, trend forecasting and product development, Claire has a diverse resume spanning consultancy projects with Swarovski, Pandora, Next and Topman and analyzing trends for both WGSN and Stylesight. Claire directs all content for womenswear and Menswear and has an in -depth knowledge of the international commercial market and a strong understanding of how big ideas can shape the future.
Senior Editor, Accessories & Footwear
Ella graduated with a BA (Hons) in accessories design and development from the esteemed Cordwainers College and cut her teeth with industry leaders Chloé and Vivienne Westwood. She first joined WGSN in 2010, and now rejoins the team following a role at luxury British brand Sunspel. As Senior Editor of the Footwear and Accessories team, Ella plays a pivotal role in delivering forward thinking insight that spans close to season catwalk analysis through to future trends, helping our footwear and accessories subscribers to stay ahead of the curve, without compromising on commercial appeal.
Director of Catwalks
A seasoned creative leader in the global design and retail industry, Lizzy oversees WGSN’s comprehensive catwalk coverage and womenswear analysis. She's worked in trend and design director positions at Nordstrom, Sears, Spiegel and Coles Myer Retail, where she was responsible for developing commercial product, specializing in women's apparel, trend, colour and product development.
Jane Monnington Boddy
Director of Womenswear & Colour
With 20+ years of experience in design, colour direction and trend forecasting, Jane heads WGSN's Womenswear and Colour teams. Prior to WGSN, Jane was Senior Director of Forecast at Stylesight, worked as a designer for Yves Saint Laurent, Emmanuel Ungaro, Marks and Spencer and Debenhams, and ran her own knitwear range, which sold at luxury stores such as Selfridges.