RMIT Student Collections Runway

A group of Fashion and Textiles students will take part in the Student Collections Runway at the 2022 Melbourne Fashion Week.

Student Collections Runway

RMIT’s approach to teaching fashion design seeks to imagine future commercial contexts, create ethical design propositions, and use cross-disciplinary design strategies to drive global and competitive fashion design practices. 

See collections from the next big names in fashion as we bring together a showcase of work from RMIT and other top fashion schools for this M/FW runway favourite.

Expect over-the-top silhouettes, meticulous technique and an emphasis on bold design.

The winner of the M/FW Student Award will also be announced.

Details

Date: Thursday 13 October
Location: Meat Market, 3 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne
Tickets: $55 – $160

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