Fashion Forward: Sneak Peek at RMIT’s Graduate Runway

When you join us for our Opening Night celebrations to welcome MPavilion 2019 by Glenn Murcutt into the world, you’ll also take in one of best fashion runways in the country. From 6.30–9pm on Thursday 14 November, RMIT’s Master of Fashion (Design) Graduate Showcase will unveil outstanding designs from the university’s newest cohort of graduates. The annual event is always spectacular and draws a who’s who of the Australian fashion world to its audience.

To get you excited for this year’s runway, we took a look behind the scenes as the designers prepared for their night of nights. This year’s graduates include Alex McQuire, Jake Liu, Julia Bridle, Kim Clark, Kurt Van Velzen, Minjia Li, Qin Wei, Ruoyo Wang, Srinvanti Roy, Syna Chen and Yueqi Meng.

Join us for the RMIT Master of Fashion (Design) Graduate Showcase on the Opening Night of MPavilion 2019 on Thursday 14 November, 6.30–9pm. 

MPavilion 2019 opens in the Queen Victoria Gardens on 14 November 2019 – 22 March 2020. MPavilion is an initiative of the Naomi Milgrom Foundation in partnership with City of Melbourne, Victorian Government through Creative Victoria and Development Victoria, ANZ, and RACV. 

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