Design a show-stopping shawl for Stevie Nicks


Legendary American singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks invites fashion designers and stylists across the world to design a show-stopping shawl inspired by her mystical visual style and symbolic lyrics.

Designers can submit a ready-made shawl design or a sketch. Both should include a written description about why they think this shawl would be appealing to Stevie Nicks. The selected artist will receive $2,000 of which they will be required to produce their final piece.

A professional photograph of Stevie Nicks wearing the shawl will be taken for the selected artist to include in their portfolio. The photograph and winner will receive an official feature on and across her social channels, potentially being seen by millions globally.


Stevie Nicks will select from all qualified submissions. A qualified submission is one which meets all the Terms & Conditions, Guidelines and Official Rules.

The community can support their favorite submissions through social voting via Facebook and Twitter. The artist with the largest public support will be chosen as the Community Choice.


  • This opportunity is open to global residents.
  • All entries must be original work of the participant (meaning not using third party pre-existing copyright materials) but can be pre-existing or created especially for this opportunity.
  • Participants must join Talenthouse using an active email address in order to ensure they can be contacted should they be selected.
  • Participants must have an up-to-date Talenthouse profile with a short description about themselves.
  • All submissions will feature as part of a global gallery with public voting on Facebook and Twitter.


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One thought on “Design a show-stopping shawl for Stevie Nicks”

  1. Although I love that Stevie Nicks is reaching out to the creative element in her fan-base, the time it takes to design and knit up a shawl of any size is far beyond the time allotted for this kind of project. It does say that you can submit a design, but there’s no way to tell if it will work unless it is actually knitted. I hope Ms. Nicks checks out the threads on the subject of her shawl on, a knitting website.

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