- Laurence Alder
- Helga Aradottir
- Martin Bonney
- Erin Brown
- Megan Clarke
- Chloe Frost
- Eloise Hindle
- Eloise Holmes
- Helen Howe
- Irene Infantes
- Emmeline Kellett
- Emma Kendall
- Lydia Knight
- Grace Lomas
- Isla Middleton
- Jacob Monk
- Crimson Rose O’Shea
- Melissa Ougham
- Jina Park
- Esther Rigg
- Amy Smith
- Alice Timmis
- Mikey Womack
- Elena Yiangou
The following designers were selected for a place on the Texprint programme to exhibit at Indigo in Paris, September 2012
Tel : +44 (0)7985 113 976
Creating printed textiles for fashion, my work is influenced by a passion for photography and my wish to retain a meticulous hand-drawn quality.
Tel : +44 (0)7907 034164
Attention to detail is key in my work; mixing techniques and experimenting with embroidery to create light-hearted, vibrant and exciting fabrics.
Tel : +44 (0)7530 867141
I’m inspired by the organic textures and colours that surround me and by the idea of altering and rethinking the old to create something new and exciting.
Tel : +44 (0)7598 571149
Pagan rituals and masquerades are the inspiration for my collection of quirky, humorous knits created using a vibrant mix of materials and experimentation.
I love working with colour, texture and unusual combinations of stitch structures to create vibrant, loud, playful and often three-dimensional knitwear
Tel : +44 (0)7963 788086
Scrutinising hand-drawn elements, texture, mood and trends to develop designs of original character, illustrated through yarn synergy and space.
Inspired by Moroccan architecture, using a range of knit techniques to create a collection of subtly colourful and heavily patterned designs.
Tel : +44 (0)7791 388668
As a textile/fashion designer I use collage to create multi-layered work, combining these with hand-drawn elements to give a tongue-in-cheek edge
Tel : +44 (0)7814 307098
I use unexpected colour schemes to communicate a sharp-edged yet fun narrative for my prints and innovative jacquard and arm loom wovens.
Tel : +44 (0)7960 947200
Utilising contemporary imagery, informed by traditional textile composition, I create decorative and detailed illustrative print designs for fashion and interiors.
Tel : +47 95553599
Inspired by my Norwegian heritage and the majestic landscape, my collection explores the possibilities of combining wool with other more surprising materials.
The rich culture of Mexico drives my design work to create a vibrant floral collection combining traditional silk-screen techniques and digital processes.
Tel : +44 (0)7760 826645
Leno weave technique is used to create lace effect cloths in rich colours that exude luxury combined with a nostalgic longing for the past.
Tel : +44 (0)7896 472144
Hand drawn designs in striking colours provoke unique vibrant printed designs with an eclectic mix of Arabic, Oriental and metropolitan themes.
Tel : +44 (0)7761 196088
Inspired by temple structures, I use combinations of hard and soft materials such as printed leather, etched metal and dip-dyed and lathe-turned Perspex.
Tel : +44 (0)7899 924061
Specialising in weave, I combine dye, print and freehand techniques to create sustainably produced, bespoke fabrics for interiors and fashion.
Tel : +44 (0)7540 359327
I believe that fashion should be bold, colourful, original and interesting which is what I try to reflect in my design and prints.
Tel : +44 (0)7921 502633
I maintain a vibrant attitude towards fashion. Inspired by circus performers my collection is theatrical yet wearable, and explores mixed media and knit.
Tel : +44 (0)7969 577038
Intrigued by the weird and wonderful, delving into the exploration of extreme extra weft patterning gives rise to intricately constructed woven designs.
Tel : +44 (0)7761 352368
I love to experiment with pattern, materials and texture to create fabrics that are highly detailed reinventions of traditional weave techniques
Tel : +44 (0)7595 777470
My work is an exploration of the dualism between mechanised structures and natural formations creating disparate outbursts of colour and texture.
Tania Grace Knuckey
Tel : +44 (0)7718 884856
My interests lie in the boundary between art and design where worlds collide and come together; research, theory and finally the crafting of unique pieces.
My colourful feminine collection combines a light-hearted illustrative, hand-drawn style with screen and digital printing and jacquard weaving.