Always well ahead of the game the 2nd year Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors have been forecasting what will be on trend for next winter.
Here you see fabulous items, designed and made by the talented students, already prepared to sell at the renowned
Bath Christmas Market in December.
Much admired throughout the School of Art and Design Yoji Morimoto’s work is engaging and exciting. Definitely one to watch.
Yoji will graduate this year from Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors at Bath School of Art and Design.
We are delighted to announce that of 3 of the 5 textile designs shortlisted for the Lewis and Wood Wide Width Wallpaper Competition are from students studying on this course-
Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors, here at Bath School of Art and Design.
Many congratulations to Farrah Lane,Kate Hibbert,Joanne Wilcox and .
Their hand painted designs will be on exhibition at the end of year shows in June.
Save the Date.
Lydia has been busily working on SS18. It’s beginning to appear in the high street shops now.
It’s great to see your work out there Lydia and being so well received.
Congratulations, the collections are lovely
The 1st year students are busy adapting their newly acquired skills into their own personal outcomes.Each interpretation is as individual as their own personality.
Fabulous to see 1st year Lucinda Rogers’ wallpaper featured on Space magazine
We are delighted to announce that two of our 1st year students have made the shortlist for the Lewis and Wood wallpaper competition.
Congratulations for getting this far in this nationwide competition.
We are thrilled for you both.
Good luck Sarah Wilkinson and Lucinda Rogers in the next round.
What a delight it was yesterday to call into
The Malt House,Wick Street Stroud Gloucestershire
and see the stunning work of alumni :
Chloe and Annie /Instagram@chloeandannie
The show, beautifully seen by SITS/Lizzie Walton http://www.sitselect.org
is housed in a newly converted malt house and displays the work to its full advantage.
What a perfect setting.
Congratulations to all concerned
More work from one of this year’s graduates featured on Artsthread
1st years delve into pattern.Now to develop and translate into print and embroidery.