Talent Spot supports emerging talent.
The winners work will be exhibited in select Warehouse stores and online,
plus they’ll receive £2,000 to help to fulfill their ambition.

The Lowdown

What is Talent Spot?

Are you a budding filmmaker looking for a platform to project your work or an artist looking for your big break?

Whatever your creative calling, Talent Spot could be just the thing you need to get discovered. We’re giving you the chance to showcase your work with a creative take-over in select Warehouse stores and online.

The brief is open, so take this opportunity to use your imagination and deliver a single creative concept that will inform, support or promote a Warehouse fashion collection in 2013. Your aim is to develop a project that will sit proudly within a Warehouse retail space as well as online and show off your talent to its full potential and most importantly… Get you noticed!

How do I enter?

Fulfil your creative ambition today by entering the Warehouse Talent Spot.
Send the following to

  • -Name
  • -Age
  • -A photo of yourself
  • -Occupation
  • -200 words (max) about yourself and your work

Entry Formats:
Art/graphics/illustration: PDF files (max 10 pages)
Film/Moving Image: A YouTube /Vimeo link or a We Transfer file (max running time of 10 mins)

Entries must be received by 19th April 2013.

Entries will be put to our panel of creative experts who will select the overall winner.

The Prize

The chosen winner will win the chance to exhibit their work in select Warehouse stores and online along with a feature in ELLE Magazine next season.

Not only will you get to have your work showcased, the prize also includes the support of the Warehouse PR and marketing team as well as £2,000 to help you fulfil your ambition.

Talent Spot could be just what you need to kick start you career and make a name for yourself!

So what are you waiting for?

Find out how to enter here >

The Panel

Bonnie Rakhit

Market and Retail Editor
at Elle Magazine

Bonnie's role at Elle Magazine encompasses creativity on daily basis. Her work day consists of styling shoots, shopping pages, writing features for the magazine and online and reporting first hand from fashion week.

Tom Lardner

Creative Director at
Plus Agency London

Tom is an expert in creative direction in advertising and branding and has worked for a number of exclusive fashion and luxury brands, including Soho House and the limited edition, bi-annual fashion magazine, Centrefold.

Wendy Malem

Director at Centre for
Fashion Enterprise (CFE)

With a long standing reputation in the fashion industry, Wendy’s success as a designer and brand developer has led to her becoming a Fellow of the Chartered Society of Designers as well as the Royal Society of the Arts.

Anna Murray


Art director Anna co-founded Patternity in 2010. Their work as an online pattern resource company focuses on a variety of different areas of creative consultancy from research, curation and design to education and events.

Paula Stewart

Brand Director

Paula joined Warehouse from Harvey Nichols in 1993 and has held a number of pivotal roles within the brand since then. Her extensive knowledge, combined with passion and commitment to Warehouse, means she has been an integral part of the team for 20 years.