Corinne Priestman

Corinne Priestman

Textile DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Corinne Priestman

Corinne Priestman

Textile DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Hi there! I'm a stitch-y surface enthusiast with a love for colour, collage and OTT embellishment. find me @cozpriestym or my newest creative venture, @bycozzyp
  • Vogue Italia Press
    Vogue Italia PressTwo looks from 'Back to School' featured online on Italian Vogue. Photographed by Andrew Lamb.
  • Hunger Magazine
    Hunger MagazineImages from Hunger Magazine of my graduate collection pieces shown at The Vinyl Factory, Soho. Photography by Philipp Raheem. Images 31 and 32.
  • Nqobile  Danseur x Reform the Funk Editorial
    Nqobile Danseur x Reform the Funk EditorialNqobile Danseur wearing my garments in her photoshoot with Reform the Funk. View it here at Credits Director: Remi Laudat Interview & Words: Elvira Vedelago Photography: Derrick Kakembo Creative / Editor: MUSA Stylist: Ihunna Eberendu Hair Stylist: Sharon Robinson Make Up Artist: Larissa London D.O.P: Ben Worthington Focus Puller:James Woodbridge Production Assistant: Nuria
  • The Contemporary Body
    The Contemporary BodyEditorial images for 'The Contemporary Body' styled by Luke Pearson, shot by Ivy Navickaite. Blue appliqué and striped garments by me.
  • 'Back to School' press images from
    'Back to School' press images from catwalking.comImages of my six looks from my graduate collection 'Back to School' showcased at The Vinyl Factory, Soho in 2017. Images taken from
  • 'Back to School' collection at The Vinyl Factory
    'Back to School' collection at The Vinyl FactoryMy graduate collection was picked by a panel of Kim Howells, Keko Hains Wheeler, Louise Gray, Per Gotesson and Schon Magazine to be presented at my universities press show at The Vinyl Factory, Soho in 2017. These images were taken by Cherry Yahoni.
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Work history
    Studio Assistanttypical freaks
     - London, United KingdomInternship
    Assisting in screen print development and garment construction for the AW18 stockists and as a sample cutter on the SS19 collection working towards final pieces for Paris show rooms and e-commerce. My internship here had a great focus on product and screen print development, producing design ideas across garments, soft accessories and jewellery. It brought me back into a print studio where I used industrial equipment to fulfill large scale stockist orders and gained experience with assisting and casting for a look book shoot.
    Studio AssistantMary Benson
     - London, United KingdomInternship
    Primarily working on sample development within embroidery, appliqué and vinyl print for Mary Benson's AW16 collection, 'Whats My Age Again?' at LFW. I designed and developed the hand and digital embroidered motifs alongside Aniela Fidler, translating 2D imagery and collage work into final embroideries and vinyl transfers for fabrics and garments. My internship here gave me experience in fabric sourcing and strengthened my existing skills in Swarovski embellishment, hand sewing and toiling.
  • Textile Development
  • Embellishment
  • Textile Dyeing
  • Silkscreen Printing
  • Industrial Sewing
  • Illustration
  • Textile Manipulation
  • Textures
  • Research Imagery
    Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Fashion Design and TextilesMiddlesex University
     - London, United Kingdom
    Activities and societies: I completed my hybrid degree of textiles and fashion design with a 2:1. With a focus in printed fabrics, my specialism gave me a wide range of technical and design skills within silk screen printing and dye pastes. During my degree I was taught by a number of designers including Louise Gray, James Theseus Buck of Rottingdean Bazaar and Mark Eley of Eley Kishimoto. In my second year of study I undertook a 6-week placement with designer Mary Benson as part her creative team for her AW16 LFW show.
    1st place Annual Colour Award ScholarshipWorshipful company of dyers
    In the first year of my Fashion and Textiles degree I received 1st place in the Annual Colour Award Scholarship in my year group for my innovative use and interpretation of colour in my sketchbooks, sample development and knit, weave and print collections.