Student Fashion 2018 exhibition views.

Student Fashion 2018

Exhibition
31 March - 8 September, 2018 Powerhouse Museum

Student Fashion is an annual display that provides a glimpse of the exciting potential of the next generation of Australian fashion designers. It showcases outfits from the final-year ranges of top students from four Sydney-based fashion design schools: Fashion Design Studio, TAFE NSW, Ultimo Campus, Raffles College of Design and Commerce, University of Technology, Sydney and Whitehouse Institute of Design, Australia. This year’s participants are:

ZSOFIA MATRAI

Inspired by European architecture, Zsofia’s collection, De Vision, reflects her interest in history and human evolution. Through design and construction, she explores the structural relationships between the human skeleton and Gothic cathedrals. Zsophia’s garments combine embroidered illustrations with tailored and laser-cut leather, overlaid with dramatic 3D-printed sculptural forms.

LILY JAMES

Born in South Sudan, Lily spent her childhood in Africa before migrating to Australia in 2006. Lily’s textiles evoke the vibrant colours and textures of her homeland while also paying tribute to the works of the abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock and ‘Black Panther’ costume designer Ruth E. Carter.

SAMANTHA D’IORIO

Samantha’s collection, On Aggregators, responds to trend-driven over-consumption in the fashion industry. It offers a more sustainable model of crafted garments that connect directly with the wearer’s emotions, identity and memories. The ethereal shadows of family photos printed on knitwear, hosiery and suiting make the act of dressing a more meditative experience.

JESSICA TIERNEY

The creative energy of New York and the glamour of its Met Gala red carpet have inspired Jessica’s Chained collection in which she explores the idea of being ‘chained’ to the city she loves. Jessica combines deconstructed tailoring with jewellery and fastenings made from stainless steel sheeting and yacht shackles.

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