Sophie Carter

This collection of luxurious, unstitched jacket panels is inspired by all aspects of florals. Elements from dismantled drawings, paintings and photographs rejoin as brand new patterns. All five hand and machine embroidered panels are bursting with colour by using multiple palettes to create bright, bold and crazy designs.

Christina Cope

‘Tufted Tapestries’ is a home interior design idea which encompasses tactile and sensory textiles to appease the inner child, through use of mixed specialisms. Alone these pieces draw attention but as a collection, they create stimulating feature walls and can also be adapted for display in commercial spaces.

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Sophie Burton

Botanical escapism is a collection inspired by our needs of escaping the realities of the outside world. With the idea to create a vibrant and energetic print collection exploring scale and a dynamic colour story in an everyday environment, creating a place to escape and rejuvenate.

Nicole Daley

This collection looks at fit and form in woven fabric. Inspired by sustainable ideas and reducing waste, Daley’s work has a focus on movement and interaction. Working with stretch and pleats to design fabric that will curve with the shape of the body

Jessica Martin

Inspired by interior and exterior of architecture, Martin analyses the predominant elements that are combined together to form clean structured lines. Colour blocking and stripe creations with pops of colour are key throughout this project. The use of bright colours uplifts the structures to create a spring-summer womenswear collection.