School of Fashion and Textiles
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.
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RMIT is a global leader in fashion and textiles education. Programs are internationally recognised, with graduates making an impact across the world.
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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.
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Fashion design alumni named best emerging talents
The RMIT fashion alumni behind the innovative label PAGEANT – Amanda Cumming and Kate Reynolds – have won the $100,000 Tiffany & Co National Design Award.
Fashion graduate completes internship in Shanghai
An RMIT graduate has travelled to Shanghai to be immersed in the business of fashion, as part of a Kmart Australia international internship.
RMIT launches flagship fashion hub
Australia’s newest hub for fashion education and research has been created at RMIT’s Brunswick campus, with the official launch of a flagship building redevelopment.
Fashion graduates awarded global internships
Two RMIT graduates will spend 2015 learning from the world’s leading fashion figures after winning prestigious global internships and $20,000 grants from the Australian Fashion Foundation.
In profile: Olga Troynikov
Having been immersed in textile product development well before joining RMIT, researcher Associate Professor Olga Troynikov brings a depth of industry experience and insider knowledge to her work.
Student's design to hit Linen House shelves
Textile Design student Cassie Byrnes has received industry acclaim for her unique designs for Melbourne-based company Linen House, which has put her ideas into production.
Introducing the next generation of fashion and textile design leaders
In studio environments students explore the diversity of fashion and textiles, developing exceptional creative skills and conceptual thinking, and researching and delivering original ideas.