Design 07 exhibition shone light on some promising young designers
January 16th, 2008
The University of Technology, Sydney, held its annual design exhibition on December 4, 2007 showcasing impressive projects from several promising young graduates.
Shining stars of the bunch include one to watch on the fashion front – fashion designer Robby Tijagraduate, a graduate from the Bachelor of Fashion and Textile Design. Putting one in mind of the likes of Alexander McQueen and Tom Ford, this young designer is sure to rise high and has already won the internationally prestigious Lancome Colour Design Award for his Underground Cyborg fashion collection (pictured).
Another notable student on show was Brad Stebbing, a graduate from the Bachelor of Industrial Design, who designed the light fixtures for the exhibition, and was shortlisted in the top ten for Qantas’s Spirit of Youth Awards.
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