Holly Stevenson is a brand and marketing Creative Director with 17 years of experience. She helps firms align on values and connect authentically with customers. Some career highlights include the launch of Teen Vogue Magazine at Condé Nast, the repositioning of J.Crew into a relevant brand, ad campaigns for the Gap, sitting at the marketing creative helm of Ann Taylor LOFT and Lou & Grey and teaching fashion students at Parsons School of Design.
 
Holly has developed an expertise in helping brands cut through noise and connect with customers. She creates effective, visually compelling work and utilises an integrated approach that not only shifts outward communications but synthesizes brands internally.
 
In addition to her creative practice, Holly is exploring ways to make a positive impact in the fashion industry. She is developing a conscientious course curriculum for image makers and design students and working towards a more diverse workforce, circular fashion system, transparent and inclusive marketing, economically sustainable business models, responsible automation, and environmentally sustainable and humanitarian manufacturing.
 
Clients and Collaborators include:

Ann Inc.
Afisha (RU)
Bloomingdale’s
CK1
Dare Magazine (DE)
Dazed & Confused
Deleted Records (SE)
DKNY
Donna Karan
Esquire
Gap
Good Magazine
Harry Winston
J.Crew
Kaugummi Press
L’Oréal
Mac Cosmetics
Macy’s
Marc Jacobs
Nautica
Neomu
Nieves
New York Times
Nylon Magazine
Rallye Records (JP)
Refinery29
Studio Voice (JP)
Teen Vogue
Tiffany and Co.
Tommy Hilfiger
Tory Burch
Urban Outfitters
Victoria’s Secret Pink

 
Services:

Brand Development
Marketing Strategy
Advertising Campaigns
E-Commerce Design & Photography
Advertising Campaigns
Video
Social Content & Strategy
Innovation modules
Circular Design Strategy
Creative Team Implementation
Photo Art Direction
Package Design
Window & Instore Design
Book Design
Editorial Design
Website Design
Omni Channel Content & Strategy
Experiential and Event Design
Identity and Image
Creative Strategy Consultation