Established in 2018, after Maternity leave, Sophie wanted to 'feel the gaps' in the creative industry. Being led by current trends, and putting forth her 'less than traditional' style, she has now designed for over 750 small business brands worldwide. Covering all states in America, all counties in the U.K. and over 80 countries in the world.
Sophie's ideas mainly focus on unisex, equality and prints that push boundaries. Trendy Woo's tries to steer away from the stereotypical blue for boys and pink for girls. But, if work was led that way, it was sure to be edgy enough to push the traditional ways aside. We don’t believe it eliminating gender, but I do wish for customers to buy items that maybe they wouldn't have previously bought. By seeing us more, we like to give the buyers the confidence to keep purchasing from us in the future.
Values' is the centre of our brand. Each stage of the process will have an emotional connection, with a huge focus on sustainability. The final result is not the item itself, but how the item will change the consumer behaviour. I want to encourage the public to shop small, differently, and to show more empathy towards supply chains.
FEATURED IN VOGUE, TATLER AND HAS HAD CLOTHING WORN BY CELEBRITY CHILDREN.
Sophie has previously designed for customers such as Boots, Matalan, Poundland (and many more), which has given her a great inkling to commercial 'needs and wants'.
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