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MSFW: Student Series Part 1

30 RMIT students who are three and three-quarters of the way through their degrees have the opportunity to showcase their collections on the runway at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. Here is part one of the MSFW Student Series show featuring the designs of Amelia Agosta, Elyse Barker, Laura Hui Shan Li, Helen Pappas, Remie Cibis, Franca Sabatini, Bradin Younan-Sangap, Stephanie McPherson, Emmarose Kinsman, Candice Majoos, Carolina Barua, Jon Cordiano, Chris Ran Lin, Simone Agius and Rose Brinkley.  Here’s a closer look at a few intruiging young designers:

Amelia Agosta kicked off the entire show with sculptural pieces that seemed to both encapsulate and be extensions of the body. Love the intricate brassiere too.

Amelia Agosta

Candice Majoos uses non-traditional materials in fashion to create sculptural piece that, to me, speak of architecture.

Candice Majoos

Chris Ran Lin’s menswear treads a fine balance between be interesting and saleable; two key features when it comes to male fashion.

Chris Ran Lin

Here’s how to do the bondage thing in fashion without being obvious or cliche by Jon Cordiano.

Jon Cordiano

I really like Stephanie McPherson’s fractured porcelain print. That’s the problem, with these inspiring student shows; you can’t possess your favourite designs…

Stephanie McPherson

Bradin Younan-Sangap

Bradin Younan Sangap

Carolina Barua

Carolina Barua

Elyse Barker

Elyse Baker

Emmarose Kinsman

Emmarose Kinsman

Franca Sabatini

Franca Sabatini

Helen Pappas

Helen Pappas

Laura Hui Shan Li

Laura Hui Shan Li

Remie Cibis

Remie Cibis

Rose Brinkley

Rose Brinkley

Simone Agius

Simone Agius

Photography – Chris Moore

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