The twenty-four designers selected by Texprint's industry panels are promoted at the following leading yarn and textile exhibitions: 

Texprint London takes place in July and is Texprint’s preview presentation, providing the first opportunity for our sponsors, press and industry professionals to see highlights of the designers' work.

This is followed in September by the main Texprint presentation at Première Vision Designs, Paris, Europe's leading textile design specialty show, where the designers exhibit their unique textile design collections, meet international buyers and make contacts.  The Texprint Awards Presentation, promoting the talent of British-trained textile designers to an international audience, takes place in the Texprint 'village' in Hall 5 and is attended by industry guests and press.  The 2017 Prize Presenter in Paris will be star Japanese designer Yuma Koshino.

Prize presenter in 2016 was Martin Leuthold, Artistic Director of Jakob Schlaepfer; in 2015 Rosita Missoni; in 2014 Nino Cerruti; in 2013 Maurizio Galante; in 2012 Nelly Rodi; in 2011 Agnès B.

In October 2016, the Texprint stand at Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, Verve for Design section, displays the work of The winner of the Woolmark Company Texprint Award, and the winners of the Texprint Awards for Colour, Pattern, Interiors and Fashion. 

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PRESS RELEASE: Textile designers shine at Texprint

PRESS RELEASE: Textile designers shine at Texprint

16 October 2017

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Texprint London 2017: in-depth report

Texprint London 2017: in-depth report

26 July 2017 - WGSN

WGSN is a foundation sponsor of Texprint and believes in the value and importance of supporting emerging creative talent. Download pdf

Texprint 2015 Honoured by Rosita Missoni

Texprint 2015 Honoured by Rosita Missoni

23 November 2015 - Textile VIEW

As exciting as ever, Texprint, which each year selects 24 of the most talented new textile designers from UK colleges, announced the winners of its prestigious awards at the September Première Vision Design (formerly known as Indigo), where the selected designers were showing their work. Download pdf

Four textile graduates win prestigious Texprint Awards

Four textile graduates win prestigious Texprint Awards

24 September 2015 - Innovation in Textiles

The charity Texprint has announced the winners of its prestigious awards at a prize-giving ceremony held at Première Vision Designs in Paris this week. Making the presentations was legendary designer and long- time head of the Missoni brand, Rosita Missoni. Download pdf

PRESS RELEASE: 2015 winners announced

PRESS RELEASE: 2015 winners announced

18 September 2015

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