Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors studying at Bath School of Design.
The students are really getting it together and setting up camp.
They are ready and willing to work.
Regular online tutorials and group meet-ups will support and encourage the students as we work through, and shine, in this most difficult of times
Tomorrow the feature will be their ‘outdoor’ studios.
Making the most of the fine weather and their gardens
3rd Yr.Zoe’s space
3rd yr Olivia’s new machine.Just in time!
3rd yr Megan’s studio
Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors in Bath
Here’s the building captured from way above
We’re top left , surrounded by arching Georgian Crescents.
Where the School of Design is based
To our students working at Julien MacDonald on the special project
Eventually I’m sure all will be revealed!
As the students hand in and start the journey home for the holidays we celebrated the festivities with an all year party.
Not all could make it as some very kind souls offered to man our chalet in the market.
See previous post.
Here we are at our exceptional ‘new’ School for Art and Design
Antlers, it seems, are the theme of the year
We wish all our students a safe journey home and a very merry festive season.
We look forward to working with you all again in the new year
1st yrs today. Wearing blue.
On trend for fashion and Interiors!
We are delighted to announce that Amber Sorayapour( who is graduating this year) has won a place at Texselect and will have a stand at Premiervision
TexSelect is delighted to confirm that going forward Première Vision Group, organiser of the world’s leading sourcing events for fashion professionals, will continue its support for emerging textile designers through an agreement with TexSelect that will build on the talent search programme’s legacy with an international perspective from 2020.
Amber is seen here, on the left in the print room, being assisted by fellow student Millie Sandy.
We are delighted to see 2nd year student’s work on page 40 and 47 of Bath Life magazine.
Following on from a successful joint show, with her contemporaries in the 2nd year, at the Holburne museum, ‘UpLate’,
Jess Morgan-Halliwell was approached to supply work reflecting trend for coming seasons.
See the Jess’s contribution here
So dramatic and arresting early in the morning .