RMIT Master of Fashion (Design) Graduate Showcase



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Design by Alex McQuire. Photo by Kate Meakin.

Don’t miss this opening event at MPavilion 2019, a visually stunning celebration of the next crop of fashion designers recently graduated from RMIT University’s School of Fashion and Textiles Master of Fashion (Design) program.

RMIT’s program develops and extends student fashion design practices to establish their specialisation within a range of fashion design industries and related discipline contexts, culminating in an innovative body of work publicly showcased at MPavilion. The program is a part of the school’s Advanced Fashion and Textiles Design Studios where students are immersed in creatively challenging and engaging contemporary contexts. Most importantly, the program turns out on the best events each year with its graduate showcase—this is a not-to-be-missed introduction to the best of Australia’s emerging designers.

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