The School of Fashion and Textiles is at the global forefront of fashion and textiles education, training and research, working with industry to foster next-generation design and business leaders.
The School of Fashion and Textiles is world renowned as a dynamic and progressive educational leader whose impact influences the future of fashion and textiles.About
Our teaching areas
RMIT is a global leader in fashion and textiles education. Programs are internationally recognised, with graduates making an impact across the world.
Read moreOur teaching areas
The School of Fashion and Textiles engages in research to address critical questions of our time and to speculate on future conditions for a sustainable urban orientated world.Research
The School of Fashion and Textiles provides programs, facilities and services to meet the needs of students and industry, creating mutually beneficial partnerships that produce innovative outcomes.
Find out moreIndustry connections
Latest news in the School of Fashion and TextilesNews
Fashion and Textiles events
Keep up-to-date with special events in Fashion and Textiles.
All Fashion and Textile eventsFashion and Textiles events
More than 40 winks: textiles research supports a full night’s sleep
Pyjamas and doonas could be precisely tailored to our sleeping patterns to help give us a better night’s sleep, thanks to the innovative work of textiles researchers at RMIT.
Students excel in international textile competition
Textile student Ashleigh Hudswell has won an international textile design competition, with four other RMIT students highly commended.
RMIT fashion programs in global top 10
RMIT is the only Australian institute to make the top 10 in the 2015 Business of Fashion’s (BoF) Global Fashion School Rankings.
Alumni and students unite on entrepreneurial project
Students from the School of Fashion and Textiles have put their fashion and entrepreneurial skills into practice by collaborating with start-up bath product business, MUD.
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.
Design collaboration sparks bright business ideas
RMIT design and business students have come together to launch Bright Sparks, a co-design project that aims to raise awareness and augment funding for adults with intellectual disabilities.
Fashion student’s dress of success
A dress designed by student Tom Lake has been put into production and sold through Melbourne store, Alpha60.
Window displays revive local retail spaces
Fashion merchandising students worked with a local council and retailers to rejuvenate empty store windows in a shopping strip in Melbourne's north.
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.