A group of graduating fashion design students in Melbourne are making sketches for their most dazzling showcase yet.
The 2018 RMIT Masters of Fashion Design Showcase is one of the most important diary dates for Australia’s next generation of emerging fashion designers, and The Garb Wire proudly supports them. You can too.
Celebrate a culturally diverse, critically and aesthetically potent group of RMIT Master of Fashion (Design) graduates.
The collaborative, free to attend presentation will celebrate the design students’ mastery of advanced fashion practice. Each designer will respond to the unique MPavilion architecture created by leading architect Carme Pinós of Estudio Carme Pinós, creating an immersive experience that celebrates a culturally diverse, critically and aesthetically potent group of RMIT Master of Fashion (Design) graduates. Love. Your. Work.
The 2018 RMIT Masters of Fashion Design Showcase is on 15 November, 2018 and celebrates the work of Benjamin Garg, Amanda Nichols and Rutika Patki.
Benjamin Garg, who originally comes from a small town named Mudki in India told us that his fashion practice revolves around an interest in traditional Indian textiles, particularly those of the Punjab and Rajasthan regions. He says that the proceeds from the Pozible campaign will contribute towards the cost of model castings, musicians, dancers, lighting designer, AV, drinks, media, hair and makeup, and photographers for the showcase.
Seen at top: Designer: Benjamin Garg Photograph by Phebe Schmidt Hair by Bridget Beaton Makeup by Lilly Swan Modeled by Roda Alfred.
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