Holly Stevenson is a Creative Director with almost two decades of experience in marketing, advertising and brand development. 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. She brings together a network of top industry talent to create visually compelling and impactful work to meet the specific needs of each client. She has collaborated with photographers including Annamarieke van Drimmelen, Harley Weir, Alasdair McLellan, Matteo Montanari, Emma Tempest, Lena C. Emery, Koto Bolofo, and Patrick Demarchelier.

Her expertise is in helping brands connect meaningfully with customers. She is tapped into culture which enables her to create relevant and effective work. She partners with internal brand stakeholders to define a brand vision, understand their customers, and bring forth authentic and positive customer interactions. Additionally, she helps clients develop creative teams and implement process where needed.

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 Identity
Start-up Branding
Rebranding/Repositioning
Marketing
Advertising
Photo Art Direction
Video
Campaign
Digital/UX Design
Website/Mobile
Ecommerce
Content Creation
Packaging
Print Collateral
Window & Instore
Process Implementation