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    DESTINATIONS: RMIT Fashion Design Graduate Exhibition

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    You are invited to celebrate the mid-year graduating cohorts of fashion design programs at the RMIT School of Fashion and Textiles. 

    For one night only, students graduating from the Bachelor of Fashion (Design)(Honours) and Bachelor of Fashion (Design) will be sharing their final works through a public exhibition and program of films and performances. 

    Bachelor of Fashion (Design) students  

    Final-year Bachelor of Fashion (Design) students will be presenting their graduate collections and projects in this exciting one-night-only exhibition, where you will experience fashion installations, pop-up performance and short film screenings. 

    You can view last year's Bachelor of Fashion (Design) graduate works online at The site will be updated from the week of DESTINATIONS: Fashion Design Graduate Exhibition to feature a catalogue of this year's student work. 

    Bachelor of Fashion (Design)(Honours)  

    Work from the mid-year graduating cohort of the Bachelor of Fashion (Design)(Honours) program at RMIT University will be installed as a capsule exhibition. These collections, developed over the course of an intensive Honours degree, represent new visions of fashion and future directions of emerging fashion practices. Collectively, these projects explore participation and play, manifest cultural and material histories, propose models for circular production and envision garments for alternative fashion futures. 

    Please join us to view this exhibition and celebrate the work of this graduating cohort. Past graduates of the program can be explored at  

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    Thursday 20 June 2023 

    6:00 - 8:00 pm 

    Location: RMIT Brunswick campus, Building 516, 25 Dawson Street 

    Parking will be available between 5:00 - 9:00pm. Enter via Entrance C. (See campus map below.) Please note gates are locked at 9:00pm. 

    Accessibility: Please note that some works will be shown on Level 2 of Building 516, which is accessible by lift and stairs. 

    We look forward to seeing you! 

    RMIT acknowledges the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nations as the traditional custodians of the land upon which this exhibition takes place. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land. 

    Photo: Isabel Stubbs

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