RMIT School of Fashion and Textiles

RMIT University's Bachelor of Fashion is globally recognised for developing fashion practitioners’ technical, creative and research capabilities. The program offers a unique and future-forward understanding of fashion underpinned by critical thinking and challenging design expression.

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Student Runway – RMIT
Thursday 7 September, 6.30pm - 7.15pm

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RMIT University's Bachelor of Fashion is globally recognised for developing fashion practitioners’ technical, creative and research capabilities. The program offers a unique and future-forward understanding of fashion underpinned by critical thinking and challenging design expression.

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Student Runway – RMIT
Thursday 7 September, 6.30pm - 7.15pm

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Students

Sammi Guss

Cultures of Kindness creates a safe space for wearers by exploring how strangers communicate kindness to one another.

Alex McQuire

Complete Success forms a visual enquiry into the abstract claims and suggestions certain garments make about the wearer.

Rebecca Tipping

Wear Out explores iconic Australian outdoor and workwear, re-contextualising these pinnacle pieces into modern fashion.

Emilia Colicchia

Do Not Use, For Decorative Purposes Only is an exploration into spaces of self-expression, primarily within the home.

Zoe Zou

2 & 3 explores the relationship between 2D and 3D, scale and geometric shapes in different aspects of the design process.

Rachel Louey

Boys Don't Cry is explores post-Soviet youth culture, drawing on the reconfiguration of the hooded tracksuit.

Abhaya Aullen Mistry

2049 explores the enhancement or appropriation of an object when displayed across changing forms.

Madeleine Jost

So We Can Remember views fashion as memory objects, considering the home as the private site for memory curation.

Josh Nien

Assemblage in Motion is an investigation into how the body and clothing become one entity by blurring the body boundary.

Vivian Chan

Flutter Space explores the interrogation of surfaces through material manipulation techniques.

Charmaine De Lima

Based on the beauty of Lebanese culture, Equilibrium is an interpretation of a balanced world.

Jasper Fearnley

Life Hangs by a Thread explores the folklore of European ‘dreaming’ through its primary use of handwoven fabrics.

Adriana Bonanno

Taking inspiration from history and high-end fashion, Mode Flottante explores the relationship between clothing and status.

Melissa Dimakis

Contoured Space explores the relationship between the body, dress, space and the environment.

Jessica Gregory

Legit Poetry explores the consumption and manipulation of modern communication.

Lydia Foord

Bare Basis takes inspiration from lingerie and the traditional shirt, re-situating them for ready-to-wear.

Bahar Acahan

Düğüm (knots) aims to break the political stigma surrounding Islamic dress.

Solange Ting

Projection of the Self explores dress as a controlled perception of identity, inspired by the designer’s mixed heritage.

Xiangqiao Sheng

Luxury uses artificial materials to mimic fabrics considered luxurious such as snakeskin and fur.

Lucinda Houghton

Not Welcome explores the idea of inappropriate clothing in certain contexts, such as the home and office.

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