We are pleased to welcome back all final year students, and in celebration of the class of #GFW19 embarking on their last year at university, we’re launching #TagYourTalent! Previously known as #FeatureFriday, this is a competition for final year students to highlight their creative work.

What is #TAGYOURTALENT?

#TagYourTalent is a weekly competition, seeking to highlight talented final year students from our member universities, as they create their final collections. We want to see your journey from week one to #GFW19, with images of your studio, films of the loom at work and #BTS of your photoshoots. You can post any image that you like, and a winner will be selected each week. The winner will be awarded £50 for their efforts!

This is for all students at member universities on courses showing at GFW19, whether you’re a stylist, photographer, designer, creative director and more. To find out how to get involved, check out below.


How to Enter

  1. Follow us on instagram at @officialgfw

  2. Post an image, video, boomerang or whatever else, of your entry to your instagram feed

  3. Tag @officialgfw and #TagYourTalent in the post


Each Friday at 18:00 GMT, @officialgfw will post the winning image to their feed. If you have won, you will be contacted via direct message on instagram, and informed of how to collect your prize.


What We’re Looking For

The winners are selected from all total entries since the competition began, today, Friday 5th October. They are selected based upon their creativity, suitability for the GFW feed, demonstration of skill in the image, craftsmanship and more. We want to see your express yourself in your work!

The winners are selected from the variety of talent needed across the industry, giving equal weighting to the following subjects, but not limited to the following topics:

Marketing, Photography, Styling, Textiles, Print, Knitwear, Moodboards, Sketches, Design, Studio Space, Embroidery, Menswear, Lookbooks, Communications, Creative Direction, Boomerangs, Graphics. 

As outlined in the terms and conditions, winners must be final year students at one of our member universities, must be following us and mustn’t contain any offensive slurs.


Terms and Conditions

By entering the competition you give your consent to follow the terms and conditions as available below. Please read through the terms and conditions before entering to make sure you’re clear on the process.

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