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Concept 2 Consumer Design Competition winners announced
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Mar '10
The winners have been chosen for the 2010 AATCC C2C Student Design Competition.

The event take palce on Friday, March 26, 2010 at RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., USA.

AATCC launched its sixth annual design competition in August 2009, and received 70 entries from 16 schools and universities. The Summer Bling! theme gave students the challenge of creating fabric or product designs for pool and beachwear based on color palettes from Pantone. Student designers were required to incorporate three-dimensional surface embellishments in their collections. Entries included embellishments anywhere from beading and embroidery to knotting and smocking.

Prizes included first place cash awards of US$1,000 along with a copy of Pantone's Cotton Passport; and a US$500 award for second place in both the fabric and product design categories.

Fabric Design Challenge Winners
1st Place – Shamanism-Spirit of the Summer by Sarah Buck Mueller, Drexel University
2nd Place – Seaside Serenity by Laura Jefferson, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Product Design Challenge Winners
1st Place – Hot Hot Hot by Courtney Fitzpatrick, Cornell University
2nd Place – Tide Me Over by Emily B. Parks, Illinois State University

Congratulations to all of our winners!

AATCC would like to extend our appreciation to all preliminary and final judges:
Carrie McDermitt, CAM Designer
Grace Santucci, Springs Creative
Jeana Fitzgerald, Cotton Incorporated
Jeff Bagwell, Target Corporation
Kate Sykes, Springs Creative
Kerry M. King, Textile Clothing Technology Corporation [TC]2
Meir Erani, DesignTech Services
Nancy B. Powell, North Carolina State University College of Textiles
Steve Greenberg, Point Carré
Tiffany M. Eubanks, Inspired Digital Solutions

American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC)


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