RMIT Fashion Design – Focus on the Work of Graduate Student Jean Santa-Annop

Jean wrote about this project -

“*Pourquoi couper un plan?*” explores the interplay between clothing and space. Presenting fashion from a technical

standpoint, the act of pattern drafting becomes a medium in which movement is captured and flattens on paper to

achieve a visual impression. Pattern is a plan, a blueprint of garments that carries combination of lines that would

make up a form. This Project aims to challenge the consciousness of these lines, the infrastructure of all clothing.

Bonding techniques are introduced to generate internal tensions that give way to the motions of body. This allows

the entire garment to remain uncut. Like the act of wrapping paper around a solid form, creases are the result of

internal tensions being released. Motions of the body redirect the cloth into folds that embellished each garments.

Many thanks to new face in the modelling world Chelsea from www.darleymodels.com

RMIT Fashion Design Students Showtime 2014

Rehearsals and back of house at Melbourne Town Hall

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RMIT Fashion Design Student Runway Fittings at Melbourne Town Hall

Models are fitted, alterations made.

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Style File-A Closer Look at Italian Masterpieces from Museo del Prado

Details of style from another place.Melbourne NGV Winter Masterpieces.Must see ends 31 August.

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RMIT University Fashion Design Runway at MSFW 2014- Almost.

Students launch their collection Saturday 6th Sept. at 8.30pm

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RMIT Fashion Design Graduates Toile Story 2014

Toile 1 an early version of a finished garment made up in cheap material so that the design can be tested and perfected.

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RMIT Fashion Design School 2014

With MSFW Runway and final assessment looming the 10th floor gets busy.

Part one  of a series of posts showcasing the very talented graduate students and a look at their work.

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Melbourne’s Bisonte Secret.

Janice Breen-Burns talks business to Eric Wolfe – I took some snaps. VoxFrock carries the complete story.

Model Casey – Volta Models Melbourne

David Jones Spring Summer Casting 2014/15

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S!X

Designers Denise Sprynskyj and Peter Boyd talking about S!X and the business of fashion– Janice Breen Burns posted an in depth interview at www.voxfrock.com.au

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NGV Mid-Century : Australian Furniture Design Opening

The first important exhibition of Australian furniture from the 1940s to the 1960s.A magical era of creative vision.

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Jenny Bannister -A Retrospective Fashion Show

Philip Boon in conjunction with Prahran Mission and Deutscher & Hackett hosted a spectacular fashion event to honour the legendary Australian Fashion Designer Jenny Bannister. Fashion journalist Janice Breen Burns interviewed Jenny before the show – www.voxfrock.com.au

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NGV Italian Masterpieces Opening Night.

A sensational exhibition direct from Spain’s Royal Court, Museo Del Prado at NGV Melbourne for the winter.

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Dolce & Gabbana Melbourne Store Opening – Domenico Dolce Met the Natives

NGV – Sue Ford Photography Exhibition

Sue Ford was a pioneer  of Australian photography, and one of the most important practitioners to emerge in the wave of 1970′s feminist photographers. I went to the launch night and took a few snaps.

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UNIQLO – Tokyo To Melbourne

Opening night. The giant Japanese retailer opened its debut Australian store at Emporium Melbourne.

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VAMFF 2014 Behind the Scenes Part #2

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VAMFF – Future Runway 2014 – Expect the Unexpected

Renowned Melbourne stylist Virginia Dowzer wove a spell behind the scenes.

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Virgin Melbourne Fashion Festival – a Few Candid Snaps #1

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Linda Britten Couture collection 2014

Linda brought the worlds of ballet, opera and fashion together in the grand old Anthenaeum Theatre.

The Australian Ballet School students relax before curtain up.

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