What's next for Kristine O Loughlin
Kristine talks about her passion for sewing and textiles. Find out what's next for Kristine after her fashion studies.
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AUDIO: Inspiring music.
VISUAL: Various images of KRISTINE addressing the camera and entering an RMIT design studio.
KRISTINE SPEAKS: I started sewing when I was about, around 10 or 11 years old, my grandma actually taught me, and we started by making clothes and different outfits for my teddy bears. What I really loved about sewing was just creating new things out of nothing.
VISUAL: KRISTINE holding up fabric and talking to students in the design classroom.
KRISTINE SPEAKS: When I was in year 12, I had taken textiles all the way through high school and it got about to a week before application shut for RMIT. And my teacher was like, just apply. I was set to do science, I was going to do fashion at all. But then, a week before I thought, I don't want to give it up, and just had a go and applied and got in.
VISUAL: KRISTINE works with different fabric and talks to the camera.
KRISTINE SPEAKS: Most of the fabrics we use now are actually created in 80s and before and not much solid material innovation has been done. Although, there is a lot to being worked on at the moment and it's just an exciting new field and it will really be one of the keys to creating a more sustainable fashion industry.
VISUAL: Shots of KRISTINE works with fabrics.
KRISTINE SPEAKS: In two weeks, I leave and I'm going on a semester exchange over at Finland, which I am so excited about. Finland is leading in sustainability, they have great education systems and a wonderful landscape, which I am really excited to go and explore.
VISUAL: Students work at sewing machines.
KRISTINE SPEAKS: So, what's next for me? I'm going on exchange to Finland. I'm hoping to learn everything and anything I can about material innovation and sustainability in the industry and keep doing my studies at RMIT and keep learning about all of this.
VISUAL: Shots of KRISTINE as she looks proudly at the camera. The text on screen reads: ‘What’s next …’ and then the RMIT logo and the web URL ‘rmit.edu.au/school-leaver’
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