30 November 2014

A night at 'Tenfold' - QUT's Fine Art Fashion Design Graduate Show

Words: Saskia Edwards
Images: Jonathan Rae

24 designers. Six outfits each. 144 looks.

QUT’s Tenfold graduate show celebrates a decade of Fine Arts Fashion at the university. In its ten-year existence QUT has produced the likes of Gail “Sorronda” Reid, George Wu and Soot’s Edwina Sinclair. The showcase followed a fluid path from vivid colours to a more muted palate to a series of black grungy collections. The parade marked the end of three years’ of work for the students. And it was all over in a couple of hours. As these young designers try to forge their path in an incredibly competitive and cut-throat industry I’ll quote the head of fashion at QUT Kath Horton, “keep on going, it’s really tough”.
Here's a few of our favourite collections:

Thea Blocksidge 'Mimi'

 Harrison Sandeman-Strewe 'Untitled" 


 Harriet Sutherland 'The Elegant Lost'


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