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RMIT hosts global textile material experts
The current state of play and potential future advances in the field of textile materials were discussed and debated at the TBIS-APCC conference at RMIT’s Brunswick campus in July.
Developing a successful fashion practice: Q&A with Alexandra Deam
Alexandra Deam, founder of independent label DIS/OWNED, explains how RMIT’s Master of Fashion (Design) is helping her build a successful, ethical practice.
Fresh RMIT fashion faces to hit the MSFW runway
As the city emerges from a winter slumber, Melbourne’s fashion scene is set to heat up when RMIT’s bright young fashion designers present their graduate collections at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week.
How to carve your own path in fashion: Q&A with Sonia Bhullar and Aleasha McCallion
Graduates Sonia Bhullar and Aleasha McCallion discuss RMIT's Master of Fashion (Entrepreneurship), a two-year masters by coursework that combines fashion practice with the principles of business.
Master of Fashion (Design) Graduate Showcase
The Masters of Fashion (Design) site showcases the unique body of work created by the designers over the course of their individual and collective journeys.
RMIT fashion graduate wins major global prize
RMIT fashion graduate Vlad Kanevsky has won the prestigious Australian Fashion Foundation scholarship including $20,000 and a six month internship at a fashion house in the US or Europe.
Fashion students best dressed at 2016 Australian Grand Prix
RMIT’s School of Fashion and Textiles has partnered with the Australian Grand Prix Corporation to deliver a special initiative showcasing the diverse designs of fashion students on a global stage.
RMIT textile designer named Australian Graduate of the Year
Michelle de Castro has been named Australian Graduate of the Year by the Design Institute of Australia (DIA) for her innovative and experimental work in textile design.
Fashion student’s dress of success
A dress designed by student Tom Lake has been put into production and sold through Melbourne store, Alpha60.
Centre for Advanced Materials and Performance Textiles
CAMPT brings together textile technology researchers from the School of Fashion and Textiles to research the application of advanced textiles materials in high-performance applications.
Diesel helps RMIT fashion students reinvent denim
RMIT fashion students are working with Diesel and its creative powerhouses in a denim-centric project that could win them the chance to intern in Italy.