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Posted On 19th June, 2018 Share Post
Joules is presenting and Award in both Week 1 and Week 2 of New Designers. We talked with Liz Wallace, Head of Creative Services, who explained what they are looking for. → Why do you find working with New Designers so important? Working with New Designers is a huge opportunity for Joules. This allows us to access the best graduate talent and offer some of the stars of the show a future within our business. Joules values young people with creative degrees. Within the Creative Servic
Posted On 19th June, 2018 Share Post
Yvonne Robson is an Art Director at Hallmark, and was the first winner of the New Designers Hallmark award in 1998. After 20 years in the business, we thought it would be great to get her thoughts on what has changed since then, and why working with New Designers is still so important to The Hallmark Studio now.   What opportunities did you get from New Designers? I embraced all the opportunities I received at New Designers and was lucky enough to spend some time working in Lond
Posted On 18th June, 2018 Share Post
You can find Birmingham City University's Textile course at stand T35 during Week 1 (June 27-30) of New Designers, Hi there, I’m Tasha, I’m writing this post along with the New Designers exhibitors of 2018 for Birmingham City University. We are all so excited to be exhibiting this year and can’t wait to be a part of such a brilliant event! This year we have had so many exciting and different projects that have been underway for our Final Major Projects – we look forward to showcasi
Posted On 14th June, 2018 Share Post
John Lewis' Senior Designer and Head of Design give us an insight in to what they find so important about working with New Designers and what they look for in graduates. They also offer some valuable advice. Pip Prinsloo - Head of Design  →  Why do you find working with New Designers so important? Its the best event to meet and see the work of a wide cross section of design graduates from most of the UK Art Colleges/universities. Most of the designers in the studio (including m
Posted On 13th June, 2018 Share Post
Georgia Mckie Programme Director of Surface Pattern Design at Swansea College of Art, shares with us Graduate xperiences at New Designers: It has been a full 3 years since the H&M talent recruitment team approached the Surface Pattern Design graduates of 2015 at New Designers.  H&M were so impressed by the students they met that they approached us to run a live brief in Autumn 2016 resulting in a group of our 2nd year students going to Sweden for 3 months during the summer of 2017 to
Posted On 12th June, 2018 Share Post
Deborah Barker, Editor in Chief of Homes & Gardens, will interview Claire Vallis, creative director of brands at Style Library, which includes Harlequin, and Hannah Bowen designer at Scion and ND alumni about their past experience in the show on Friday 29 June at 1pm. Style Library is also presenting an award at New Designers, the New Designers Harlequin Award on Week 1. Find out more here: newdesigners.com/awards We asked Deborah Barker, Editor in Chief of Homes & Gardens, abo

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You might be interested to find out how our @NewDesigners 'One Year In' exhibitors, Lucy Grainge + @MajedaClarke were selected for the current show, by our sister organisation @Design_NationUK. Read on...https://t.co/H4DARtIAlm #textiles #design #GraphicDesign #Graphic #craft

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Catch world-leading craft and design galleries from Britain and beyond under one roof at @CraftsCouncilUK’s #Collect2019 from 28 February – 3 March 2019 at #London’s @saatchi_gallery. Book now >> https://t.co/2HXJC2cnzp

Applications are now open to be part of the new International Craft Pavilion at the @ldndesignfair this September. The pavilion invites contemporary makers from around the world, and across the full spectrum of craft disciplines to apply. >> https://t.co/CY6qeCMtzF

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