For a successful career in today’s fashion textiles industry, designers need to be highly creative, cutting-edge and adaptable.
Based in an open studio environment, with your own personal space, our innovative BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles: Print course offers you the freedom to explore print through a wide range of design-led projects. You can combine traditional, hand crafted textile techniques with the latest digital technology.
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During our BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles: Print course you’ll develop the visual, creative and practical skills you need to work in contemporary practice: your printed designs can be realised as anything from a catwalk collection, fabric design or accessories, through to fashion-led interiors.
With our specialist digital textile lab that has three printers, you’ll have access to high-quality print for a wide variety of fabrics including cottons, silks, wools, synthetics and leathers.
The textiles print room has a dye lab, screen-printing tables, screen separation and preparation, fabric processing and cloth-dying equipment.
Our pattern and production workshops are equipped with Gerber digitised pattern cutting technology, industrial sewing machines and embroidery machines.
With our experienced staff, we’ll train you to achieve professional standards, and you’ll also have the chance to work on live industry projects, as well as work and exhibit internationally.
Our professional links provide you with a well-rounded experience and potential contacts for post-graduation. These range from Alexander McQueen and Peter Pilotto, to Quex Park Museum and Westcott Studios.
Our graduates have gone on to secure positions at many fashion and textile brands such as Jimmy Choo, Monsoon, Beetlejuice, and House of Fraser, working in many key areas including textile design for clothes, CAD design for printed textiles, interior and exterior print applications, design forecasting, and fabrics and print products.
This course has changed title for 2019 entry, to find out more information please see the BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles course page.