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The Colourful world of Textile Designers

Do you need original, funny, and high-quality patterns for your new collections? Let's meet fabulous designers from our marketplace. You'll find here more information about them and examples of their work to help you in your choice! Don't forget to scroll and discover their universe, it could be a match at the first sight!

So here you go... don't forget to click the one you will get your crush on (we know you will find the "one" ;)) for more information or jump into the illustrators’ section on the Playtime Marketplace to see all their designs and contact them.

Amelie's taste is colorful, fresh, and flowery who got her interest in art from her grandmother. Her universe revolves around children but she also loves to work for men's, women's, home, and stationery fashion.

She is a surface pattern designer and illustrator in Lyon and started her studies with a BTS Design of Fashion and Environment at the school of Condé Lyon then she continued with a Master in Global Design in Paris. Amelie had her first job as an assistant stylist at Sergent Major which is a children's ready-to-wear brand. The love for art has had a long journey because, over the years, she has evolved into a stylist, then collection manager for the boy's department, then for the girl's department. She now lives in Lyon where she created her creative studio.

They draw their inspiration from everyday life, from everything around them. That inspiration gives birth to an idea, then a drawing that they always start by hand. Then comes the turn of colors, soft and chosen carefully to complete and perfect the balance of their drawing.

For the last 3 years, they have been bringing their poetic patterns and illustrations to life through their stationery and accessories brand.

We totally adore her, her designs are cute, playful, and colorful but also sensitive, narrative, and sweet. When you look at her designs, they try to tell a tale and play with your minds.

Atelier Moors is a pattern and illustration studio created by Astrid Moors who dreams of a world where every human being has the tools to live a positive, creative and meaningful life.

This designer gets her inspiration from everyday life. Her poetic expressions on her patterns can surely make you fall in love with her amazing prints.

Trained at the London College of Printing, Axelle Valentin first progressed in communication with advertisers and agencies. She now works freelance for fashion and home brands. "Mum, draw me a sheep" ... Inspired by the ideas of her children, the park of Procé, and the pretty details of everyday life, She gets her inspiration from timeless patterns like in a daydream. Feel free to send her your brief for a tailor-made creation.

The style of this designer is graphic and colorful, very often figurative because she likes her patterns to tell stories. She is one of the three designers who worked for us during our Playtime Show. Check out the interesting article about her here.

Textile designer born in Brittany, Caroline moved to Paris to study graphic arts and textiles. Now based in Nantes and with more than 10 years of experience as a freelance, she now navigates between the fashion and decoration sectors. Among its clients it counts brands such as Flik-Flak, Bonton, Monoprix, Nature & Découvertes, Kirakids, Cookie Dreams, Catimini

Welcome to the world of fairytales with this designer. Briagëll draws her inspiration from childhood memories wonders of children's literature. Her classic compositions and modernity of rhythms and colors will bring your senses to nostalgia and once again will make you believe in fairy tales.

Briagëll Perret is an illustrator specializing in print. After having worked for several years in fashion as a stylist, she decided to focus on textile design by participating in several shows. Little by little, she discovered a real pleasure in drawing and colors. Her motifs tell stories in which she features flowers, animals, and characters linked to the world of fairy tales. She collaborates with brands, in France and internationally, for fashion, household linen, and wallpaper.

Claudia's designs are funky yet beautiful, the animal print has our heart. She develops the illustrations, made prints, packaging… for various brands.

Textile illustrator and child stylist, Claudia worked several years in integrated for Sergent Major as Head of Girl Layette then left Paris to set up her own while keeping Sergeant Major as a client.

Monday & co was founded by Anna Blanco and Débora Chodik, a creative studio specializing in pattern design for fashion, interiors, and stationery.

Founded this year 2020, but with 10 years of experience in textiles, Monday & Co arises from the certainty that sharing skills and experiences makes us more complete. Their idea? To join It’s Monday Studio and Bla & Co. print design to capture two different worlds in the same galaxy. They believe in a place where knowledge, ideas, inspiration, and stories are shared. This is the secret of their universe full of colors, textures, and a lot of creativity. They are convinced that together we go further but above all that we enjoy more! They are made of different styles, a lot of personalities but always keeping the same essence: Creating patterns that inspire!

Glitter Power Club is a joyful, colorful, and modern universe. Their designs were displayed in our Playtime Show in various forms. Check out this fun article to see good humor, cheerfulness here

They offer exclusive designs and illustrations for the textile, furniture, and stationery market. With 15 years of expertise, their designs have charmed many brands around the world. You can find their patterns at: Aigle, Old Navy, Kipling, Trixie Baby, Apaches Collections, Maisonette.

Olivia Jaudel is very artistic and observant of trends, she likes mixing hand drawing and computer work and always giving it a playful or poetic touch as well as soft and tangy colors.

Olivia is a freelance designer and textile designer, she works with various players in the children's fashion market, such as style offices or PAP brands. For several years, she has been developing pattern collections for the child, baby, woman, decoration, and stationery sectors. She likes to cultivate a fairly eclectic style, working as much with narrative and naïve figurative as with geometric abstracts.

Julie Hermant's creative universe draws on painting, as much as on the printing techniques of which she is passionate. Inspired by traditional Japanese design, 1950s pictorial abstraction, pop art, and botanical prints, her pattern and design collections are regularly presented at Playtime show and PremièreVision fairs and are sold all over the world.

A graduate of the Beaux-Arts in Paris, Julie Hermant is a textile designer. She works for Isabelle Marant, Kenzo, Hartford, Boden, Monoprix, Smallable, Compania Fantastica, Webandits, and many more. She also collaborates with trend offices such as Martine Leherpeur and Carlin International. Julie Hermant lives and works in Paris.

The designer loves to create a fun and joyful universe of patterns.

Vicky Phillips works under the studio name Lightship Print Shop (-as her studio is housed in a historic Lightship moored on the River Thames in London!) She is a pattern illustrator with over 15 years of experience in the world of commercial illustration for textiles and has a passion for creating playful and engaging designs for children. Her work has been used by brands worldwide, clothing companies such as The Children's Place, American Eagle, and Peter Alexander, homeware brands such as Bed Bath & Beyond, and by stationery brands such as Paperchase and The Big Draw (among others). She has had her work featured in Uppercase Magazine and is regularly featured in WGSN's trend & style guides.

She adds a pop color and a little humor into her designs.

After several years as a textile designer in the Maison Bonpoint design studio, she now designs exclusive prints and silkscreens for children, the woman, the man, and the house. Above all, she loves drawing with precision and finesse, playing with the transparency of watercolor, and contrasting with playful and modern shapes.

Congrats on selecting your designer!!!

Explore all the textile designers’ showrooms here.

Here are some examples of some nice patterns.

Now let us show you different brands who actually used wonderful designs in their collections. Didn't they come out wonderfully?

Click on Playtime Marketplace to select your favorite designer and guess what the platform makes it so easy to do a selection and have a chat with your designer for asking questions and further discussions so don't miss this opportunity.