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Jayne graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a degree in Social Anthropology and History. Previously to joining Fashion Times Co in 2013, Jayne worked in the B2B digital publishing industry.
At global trend intelligence company, Stylesight, she held the position of Vice President of Trend Reporting. Jayne is the founder of Hall-Five.com, a unique website offering the first social media experience for the trend forecasting industry.
In her role as President and Publisher, Jayne oversees all day to day operations for the company's five websites. Jayne believes that practicing water aerobics is the secret to longevity and can often be found at her local pool.
Meg Busacca graduated with a BFA degree in fashion merchandising from Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Before life in San Francisco, she studied Art History abroad in Rome, Italy for a semester and previously lived in Santa Barbara where she studied interior design for two years.
Meg has always had a strong curiosity for exploring different areas of the creative industries and when she isn’t working, she revels in sketching, painting, reading, experimenting in the kitchen, visiting art venues and traveling whenever she can. Infatuated with her camera, she avidly documents anything she finds inspiring.
Denise Ayado is a Philippine-based interior designer and co-owns an interior design firm, Eco-Chic Designs.
She is also currently the Academic Chairperson for Interior Design at SoFA Design Institute. Denise has a BS Interior Design degree from the University of the Philippines and a Masters in Interior Design from Florence Institute of Design International in Florence, Italy.
Feb 14, 2017 08:37 AM ESTA unique house shaped like the letter Y has a rooftop swimming pool and it looks so unique. This breaks the conventional architecture.