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The Swedish School of Textiles
2016
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Anna Lidström

Discarded clothes can provide new business chances

Instead of selling overproduced garments at a discount, business can give them a new life, and perhaps find new target audiences.

Linnea Bågander

Artistic design research in continual motion

Linnea Bågander has designed since she, as a 12-year-old, began to sew her own clothes and discovered that she could decide how they looked.


An early passion for Sweden led to exchange studies

Laetitia Herzog of Germany has just started an Erasmus exchange semester to study textile management and has already got into student life.


The Swedish School of Textiles at London Fashion Week

“Watch you back Parsons Grads" vogue.com wrote in August when the students opened Fashion Week Stockholm.


How can Swedish textile production be competitive?

Many Swedish textile companies use foreign facilities for their production. Interest in returning some of this production to Sweden is now growing.


Institution exchange for the ArcInTexETN PhD students

The PhD students Within the ArcInTexETN will exchange placements with each other for four months.


The Swedish School of Textiles kicks off Fashion Week

Fashion Week in Stockholm kicks off with graduates from the Swedish School of Textiles’ bachelor and master programmes in fashion design.


Ranked amongst the world's best fashion schools

The Swedish School of Textiles is in the Business of Fashion’s list of the world’s 50 best fashion schools. It is Sweden’s sole representative.


Textile design students win London success

The New Designers show is currently under way in London.


Provocative clothing design that changes society

Can artistic research projects in the field of design contribute to changes in society? Doctoral student Maja Gunn about her thesis.