Symposium: Graphic Fashion

Presented by NGV and RMIT School of Design

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Graphic Fashion looks at intersections between fashion and graphic design, from the margins to the mainstream. Independent publishers are leveraging their graphic design expertise to make fashion merchandise and capsule collections, as well as launching fashion labels, while experimental fashion designers are making publications that contribute as much to fashion discourse as do their garments.

This symposium features international and Australian practitioners whose work blurs the line between fashion and graphic design, as well as hybrid practices that bridge publishing, contemporary art and music. What is fashionable about graphic design, and what does graphic design contribute to fashion practice?

i-D Magazine, Australia
Tunica , New York, Paris & Mexico City
Girls Like Us, Berlin
Laura Gardner, Melbourne
Femke de Vries , Amsterdam
Dr. Ricarda Bigolin, Associate Dean, Fashion and Textiles Design RMIT University, Designer, D&K.
Convened by
Assoc. Prof. Brad Haylock, RMIT School of Design
Megan Patty , Head of Publications, Photographic Services and Library, NGV