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Tomorrow’s Talent

Tomorrow's Talent is our exciting competition to finding a budding artist.

Young person drawing

Tomorrow’s Talent gives our young people the chance to see their designs featured on products in leading stores.

The winning designs will end up on a range of exciting products, and will be sold to help raise vital funds for The Prince’s Trust and the important work we do.

This year’s competition is now closed - we were blown away by the quantity and quality of entries from young people all across the UK. The creativity and talent displayed has been awe inspiring.

Meet the winners

Our retail partners Oasis, ASOS and Fat Face have chosen their winners, which were revealed at a special launch event in April.

Amber-Lauren Ballantyne poses for a photo with Lydia Bright and her winning design
James Streather poses for a photo with Lydia Bright and his winning design
Janine White poses for a photo with Lydia Bright and her winning design
Jessica Mahy poses for a photo with Spencer Matthews and her winning design
Sally Derby poses for a photo with Spencer Matthews and her winning design

Our Tomorrow's Talent competition revealed some very talented young people. Take a look through our gallery of 'Runner Up' and 'Highly Commended' designs.

  • Jade Fisher's runner up design
  • Jasper Moorhouse's runner up design
  • Catherine Paquette's design
  • James Green's design
  • Anne Wassell's design
  • Sarah Allen's design
  • Beverley Amoah's design
  • Chloe McKay's design
  • Stacie Coyne's design
  • Bekka Grainger's design
  • Kimberley Lavery's design
  • Katie Craven's design
  • Emma Reilly's design
  • Melanie Saggs' design
  • Sophie Meseg's design
  • Natalie Lea Owen's design
  • Stacey Etieve's design
  • Stephanie Woolven's design

Our partners

This year we’ve teamed up with three fantastic retail partners.

Oasis logo

Oasis asked young artists to think about an enchanted forest when putting together their designs. They said; “think about old fairytales or woodland creatures, flowers, butterflies and magic.” Oasis are known for print and colour, so young people were asked to consider designs that might look good on a top, blouse, skirt or accessory in store.


ASOS asked young people to “be market aware - have a look on blogs to see what designers are producing and think how your design might fit into the current retail world. Think about using mixed media such as collage too.” For ASOS, it’s all about the t-shirts, so young people were asked to think about how thier design might look on a men’s white, crew t-shirt.

Fatface logo

Family friendly retail partner, Fat Face, asked young people to “explore the outdoors,” thinking about designs which would look good on bags and scarves. Products will be in store from Autumn so young people were asked to think about the colours, creatures and flowers they might see in September and October.

Young person drawing on a canvas

Interested in entering your design next year?

Round two of Tomorrow’s Talent competition will launch in Autumn 2016. Be the first to hear about it by joining our mailing list.

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A young person works on a design

Does your store want to be involved?

If you’re a retailer interested in partnering with us for this innovative project in 2017, we’d love to hear from you.

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