Mix No. 55

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This issue features the trend forecast for Autumn / Winter 2020-21 (Part 2).

Mix Magazine is a unique publication which will help guide you through not just the new trends but also help readers understand the trend gathering process, focusing on key industry and social drivers, plus a look at the way these trends will be disseminated into the mass market by early adopters.

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Mix magazine is the leading design journal for interior, architecture and industrial design. Since its inception in 2004, it has carved a successful niche as one of the only design publications focusing on colour, design and material trend forecasting.


  • Social Trends: Inspiration behind the trends split into key areas; geo-political, philosophical, cultural and also looking at colour theory.
  • Industry Drivers: In depth focus on the technological, material and business developments that drive and shape trends.
  • Mix trends forecast: An in depth look at future trends 2 years ahead of season that will influence colour, materials and design.
  • Colour Now: Analysis of the early adopters of Mix trend stories for the previous season, looking a year in advance.
  • Exhibitions: A round up of industry exhibitions with an emphasis on events and highlights plus the schedule for the year ahead.
  • Insight: Exhibition reviews, industry interviews, material analysis, industry and technology updates and business profiles.



- Features and essays exploring the drivers behind this issue’s forecasts
- 46 pages of in-depth trend and colour and material analysis for AW 2020/21

- Trend Drivers AW 2020-21: New ideas and inspiration behind this season's trends

- Mix Trend Forecast AW 2020-21 PART 2:
  Trend themes include Colour palettes, Colour proportions, Materials, Nuances & Graphics
         - Trend 1 - DOME: Protection & Deflection
         - Trend 2 - GORGEPleasure & Provocation

Dome is a retrofuturistic dream of escape, while the second, Gorge is all ebullient maximalism. On closer inspection these two different trends have a lot in common; an indirect response to climate change, the escalation of global conflict and a rise in protectionism.

- Colour Now: Focus on materials and surfaces

New series:
Trend trajectories: charting the development of certain ever-popular motifs over the centuries, starting in this issue


Data sheet

Number of pages
Each issue about 130-140 pages
Issues per year
Publication schedule by month
30,5 cm
22 cm

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