An award-winning writer and journalist, Carla was the founding Editor-in-Chief of The Huffington Post in the UK, bringing the global news powerhouse to British shores in the summer of 2011.
During her time with HuffPost, she was twice named Editor of the Year at the Online Media Awards, and Media Innovator of the Year at the British Media Awards. She has also been included in Management Today’s annual 35 Under 35 list and The Drum’s Top 50 Female Innovators.
Specialising in opinion journalism, women's rights, fashion, travel and consumer behaviours, she has also held senior roles at Marie Claire and within Condé Nast's digital division.
In 2015, she left traditional media behind to take up a new role at Global Chief Content Officer at the world’s largest trend forecasting company, WGSN, and now spends a significant portion of her life, suitcase in hand, travelling between their worldwide offices. Instead of reporting on the here and now, today she is focused on predicting how we’ll behave, eat, live, dress and think in tomorrow’s world.
When on dry land, she has popped up on Newsnight, the Today programme and Sky News, and is a regular contributor to Channel 4’s What Britain Buys series.
And while she might help mega brands predict their own future trends, she still takes hours deciding what to wear each morning.
Carla Buzasi is represented by Robert Caskie at Caskie Mushens Ltd.