Arctic trend is a small, flexible trend and design office located in Lulea, northern Sweden. Founded in April 2008.

Design with inspiration and heart in Swedish Lapland.

I have been working in the fashion industry and with design since I graduated from FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design & Merschandising), San Fransisco in 1993. Today I live in Luleå, Sweden, I moved here 14 years ago.

It is probably so that you in your business or organization monitors the surrounding world events. At least in the immediate environment or industry. But when did you last reflect that lifestyle and trends in society, even in completely different industries and countries affect your business. Fashion today dominates in many areas and is no longer just about the wardrobe. Mechanisms of fashion, trends that succeed one another at a fast pace, also controls many other industries.  I collect inspiration from the arctic and other places I like. Most of the times I design interiors, products, illustrations, fashion & rooms. Are you interested in finding out more about what kind of project I’ve done pls. feel free to Contact me. I am Always looking for new collaborations.


Trendforecasting in lifestyle, design, fashion and interior design


arctic trend trendupdates Issue 1, Issue 2, Issue 3

Treehotel shop design


Product design


Interior design






3 thoughts on “About

  1. Hej!

    Jag undrar om det är okej att jag lånar en bild av er på ljuskronan från lapland desing, om jag länkar till er? Bilden har jag tänkt använda på min blogg. Mvh. Caroline Rosén

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