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Finisterre Student Design

For this unique project, celebrating 10 years of the Campaign for Wool, Finisterre design brief was for a range of socks, made using British wool, in striking designs, which embody the spirit and ethos of Finisterre and relevant to their

Celtic & Co Student Design

Students were requested to present their own design based on one of Celtic & Co. best-selling jumpers. Submissions could include sketches, illustrations, and commentary/imagery about why the design features and yarns had been chosen, and what influenced them in their

Brora Student Design

Brora celebrates wool week by bringing a student’s jumper design to life for a limited-edition run. To mark the Campaign for Wool’s annual Wool Week, luxury Scottish cashmere and fashion brand Brora, have worked with Sandra Junele from Duncan of Jordanstone

Anderson & Sheppard Student Design

Anderson & Sheppard hold The Royal Warrant for The Campaign for Wool’s patron, His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales. In the 1970’s The Prince of Wales had an overcoat made that he still wears today and he has been

Alternative Flooring x Margo Selby student design collaboration

Alternative Flooring and Margo Selby both collaborated on a design brief for a student to design a coordinating interior fabric and carpet runner. Huddersfield University student Louisa Knapp was selected by both brands for her Stay At Home concept and

Student Design Competition Virtual Tour

                International:   Virtual tour captured at Salts Mill

Student Design Competition Virtual Tour

                INTERNATIONAL:     Virtual tour captured at Salts Mill

Student Design Competition – Winners Announced!

The Campaign for Wool’s Wool Week launches this year with the return of its much-loved Student Design Competition. 2020’s year-long competition brings together leading brands and retailers with Universities across the UK, who challenged students to create an innovative and