City Of Melbourne
Melbourne Fashion Week
Melbourne Fashion Week
15 – 21 November 2021
15–21 Nov 2021

Box Hill Institute

FASHION SCHOOLS

Box Hill Institute

Box Hill Institute's fashion programs cover the design process, technical skills and business to develop aspiring designers

The fashion program at Box Hill offers design principles, underpinned by industry standard technical skills in a collaborative learning environment using digital technologies and industrial equipment. It is well supported by the fashion industry via industry projects, industry visits and the internship program. The learning journey prepares the students understanding of the fashion industry from a local and international perspective.

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Students

  • Anna Barrett

    The designer looked to bondage and corsetry for inspiration resulting in a sensual collection that is made to empower women to feel strong, confident, and escape their paranoia, insanity, and mental health. Fabrications include machine knitting, unique undergarments and corsetry inspired outer layers in cotton canvas.

  • Chloe Crawford

    Chloe’s collection ‘Adore/D U’ is inspired by the emotion of love and the four stages associated with it – lust, attachment, love itself and heartache. The introduction of the body casting throughout her collection is not only a promotion of body positivity but also a modern take on the traditional corset.

  • Putu Liana Putri Pradnya Paramita

    Inspiration for this collection came from vintage family photographs combined with the theory of eternalism. Embellishment, silhouette and colouration are some of the techniques used to tell a story and these family photographs were printed onto fabric to create striped patterns mimicking the negative stripes of photos.

  • Remi Nataylia

    Remi’s collection is inspired by the human aura and polarised energies that create the plane of existence, suggesting human existence is built on the dualities in life. Expect a blend of quirky and edgy streetwear pieces made with a combination of heavy, dense and light fabrics.