City Of Melbourne

Kangan Institute

Kangan Institute

Kangan Institute’s fashion facility is one of the premier fashion centres for experience and education

Students at Kangan’s fashion school have access to the latest digital technologies in the purpose-built campus, which includes a runway space, retail training centre, state-of-the-art textile and manufacturing hub, and a brand new hair and beauty training salon.


Ali Hawli

In a time of quarantining and uncertainty, this menswear collection will bring vibrancy, excitement and positive energy to its viewers. The dripping paint is symbolic of relief. The way the paint drips down the garment is parallel to the feeling of stress and worry leaving one’s body and mind.

Indy Davy

The designer’s collection titled ‘CHERUB’ is colourful, joyous and visually captivating. Textually she has utilised a range of materials such as transparent PVC, velveteen, scuba knit and leather for an enhanced online experience.

Luisa Marrollo

Garments featured in Luisa's 'LIPARI' collection are 100% up-cycled from handcrafted crochet and embroidered fabrics. These fabrics originated in Lipari, Italy and were made by young girls in the orphanages there. This collection pays homage to those women and also to the designer's family. Luisa also places strong emphasis on slow fashion and couture sewing techniques in her design practice.

Mackenzie Landy

Mackenzie’s ‘Pinstripe’ collection originated from her personal feeling as though something was missing in her life, and not quite normal. With this in mind, she designed pieces that would normally be considered as ‘normal’ apparel and took them up a notch – for example using a classic navy and white pinstripe fabric with a pink embellished pinstripe.

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