Visual Merchandising and WorldSkills at RMIT
Student skills are on display for the world to see at the WorldSkills global competition.
From changing degrees to settling on her study choice, Olivia Reinbold is finding out that her love of design has many career options.
The Retail Initiative
The Retail Initiative is a year-long project that is central to RMIT’s Associate Degree in Fashion and Textile Merchandising – and it’s helping our students succeed in the industry.
Julia English has had a passion for fashion ever since she was a young girl. Sparked by a special gift, Julia’s love for sewing and design fast became a career aspiration.
A childhood love of sewing propelled Kristine O’Loughlin into RMIT’s Bachelor of Fashion Design (Honours). It all began when her grandmother taught her to sew clothes for her toys.
Returning to study midway through a successful career took Amanda from star-studded costumes to speculative couture – and landed her designs in front of Anna Wintour.
Shaping the future of fashion
With the coming and going of trends, the fashion world is no stranger to change. But the textile industry has undergone huge transformation, perhaps more than any other, and it is continuing to evolve.
Meher Dang was always interested in working in the creative industries. A move to Melbourne for the Master of Fashion Entrepreneurship has helped her find her niche.