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Competition Details

In order of deadline:

Spoonflower’s Weekly Design Challenges encourage creativity by inviting our community to submit designs around fun themes and vote on favorites to win prizes.

The Spoonflower Emerging Designer Grant, an award to support undergraduate and graduate students in pursuit of textile and design degrees worldwide. Grants are awarded to a select group of recipients each month to create their own digitally printed custom fabric and wall media for use in shows and exhibitions. Recipients are chosen monthly on a rolling basis.

Deadline: Ongoing

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The winning student and school will receive exposure in the Showtime Show Guide publication. In addition, the student and school will be recognized in the Showtime Magazine.

ITA is pleased to bring you an opportunity to gain exposure in the home furnishings industry for your school and students: the ITA Interwoven Market Show Guide Cover Competition.

This year’s theme asks students to choose one of the following sustainability features to focus their design on (preferred fibers, manufacturing, end of life/reusability). Then, choose 2-3 AATCC Test Methods (such as but not limited to coloration, laundering, odor, microfibers) that will help prove the designs are sustainable.

The AOA Student Design Competition mission is to expose college-level art, fashion, and textile design students and professors to the wonders of designing with alpaca fiber.

An international competition for students designing corporatewear, workwear and PPE.

It is designed to facilitate innovative, environmentally-considerate product solutions for the sports and performance market, by harnessing the unique natural properties of Australian Merino wool.

Each spring, SDA’s Outstanding Student Award is presented to students enrolled in accredited undergraduate or graduate programs at a college or university with a fiber focus.

Young designers are challenged to imagine, create, and inspire by expressing their point of view through wearable art.

ITAA design scholars / students are invited to submit proposals to present original design work at the ITAA Annual Conference during the Design Exhibition.

Each year there is usually a design competition associated with CTW.

Annual multi-disciplinary competition including an in-depth student challenge that focuses on real issues facing the fashion industry today.