Future Runway Features Best Student Designers – PFF

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52 Emerging Fashion Designers

The most coveted runways at any fashion festival are the student runways where raw unbridled fashion creatives get to unleash their designs for the first time on the public. That was also true of the closing night of the 2019 Perth Fashion Festival where the soon-to-be emerging fashion designers took to the stage for PFF’s Future Runway. It was a showcase of the most promising student designers from Western Australia’s leading fashion schools.

Always a favourite runway, the event was sold out weeks before. And with designs from no less than 52 of the state’s top creatives on show, it’s no wonder. Encouraged to think outside the square and experiment with new ways of manipulating fabric, students vied in 7 design categories.

Here’s a snapshot of the student runway of emerging fashion designers along with the award categories and winners. Images are by Stefan Gosatti.

RUNWAY

Emerging fashion designers- student runway

Emerging fashion designers- student runway

Emerging fashion designers- student runway

Emerging fashion designers- student runway

Emerging fashion designers- student runway

Emerging fashion designers- student runway

Emerging fashion designers- student runway

Emerging fashion designers- student runway  Emerging fashion designers- student runway

Emerging fashion designers- student runway

Emerging fashion designers- student runway

Emerging fashion designers- student runway

CATEGORIES & WINNERS

Ready-to-Wear Womenswear

Emerging Fashion Designers at PFF

Winner (L) – Victoria Canova from Curtin University

Ready-to-Wear Menswear

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Winner (R) – Maree Aldred from South Metro TAFE

Evening Wear

Emerging Fashion Designers at PFF

Winner (R) – Airon Cataylo from South Metro TAFE

Eco-Design

Emerging Fashion Designers at PFF

Winner (L) Molly Ryan from Curtin University

Costume

Emerging Fashion Designers at PFF

Winner (L) – Brittany Chancellor-Maddison from Curtin University

Wearable Technology 

Emerging Fashion Designers at PFF

Winner (L) – Amy-Lee Hope Verrier from South Metro TAFE

In an exciting new development Richard Poulson, Chair of the Fashion Council of Western Australia and head of Morrison announced on stage that Morrison also is offering a 12-month scholarship to one of the Future Runway winners!

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To see the closing runway from the 2019 Perth Fashion Festival, tap here.

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