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Be an intern with Collider Accelerator

Calling QUT Business School and Creative Industries Faculty students! Are you ready to be a CIA student!? For the first time ever, we are seeking creative and motivated individuals to be Collider Internship Associates. The Collider Internship Associates is a new initiative that will provide a pool of 6-8 interns, called associates, to assist the cohort of ... More

We’re Hiring: Part-Time Office Administrator

QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) is a commercial company owned by QUT which focuses on accelerating the growth of creative businesses in design, fashion, film, television, new media and music. CEA provides business development, investment and mentoring via our events program geared to the needs of commercially driven creative companies. Our ... More

We’re Hiring: Investment Fund Manager

QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) is a hybrid multi-disciplinary facility that provides incubation, acceleration, co-working and investment support to startups and fast-growth enterprises in the creative industries. CEA focusses on accelerating the growth of creative businesses in wearables, digital media, music tech, VR and AR, IoT, fashion tech, ... More

2019 Fashion360 Designer | Michelle Frain

Michelle’s passion for sewing budded at the early age of 9 years old, cultivating a lifelong love for textiles and creating wearable pieces. The majority of her career path took Michelle down the direction of interior design, architectural sales and the marketing sector. Her passion for stitching and creating however, surpassed that of her chosen work ... More

2019 Fashion360 Designers | Lea Xu and Rebecca Crawford

The emerging Brisbane fashion label, Ulterior Uniform, is the brainchild of creative co-founders Lea Xu and Rebecca Crawford. Both were ready to combine forces and utilise the knowledge and tools they had attained from a business degree and fashion studies at TAFE to create their own business. Ulterior Uniform offers women in warmer climates new options ... More

2019 Fashion360 Designer | Colleen Tighe Johnson

Colleen Tighe Johnson is a proud Gomeroi Yinarr woman who possesses an ardent love for art and fashion. Colleen’s designs for her fashion label, Buluuy Mirrii, meaning Black Star, harness the spirit of her ancestors to revive the Gomeroi Dreaming Stories. Buluuy Mirrii synthesises Aboriginal art, culture and fashion, showcasing local Aboriginal talent, a ... More

2019 Fashion360 Designers | Melissa and Rob Taylor

Melissa and Rob Taylor have a vision for everyone to be free to dream. Pure Dreamwear emerged as a catalyst to drive this vision and translated the metaphor into stylish and relaxing sleepwear that is a unique fusion of pure comfort and artistic design. The purpose driven brand partners with sewing centres that rescue and restore people from human traffi... More

2019 Fashion360 Designer | Angus Martin

Angus is a commercial architectural photographer based in Brisbane. After completing a Bachelor of Business (management) at QUT and later a Masters of Visual Arts (MAVA) at Queensland College of Arts (QCA) at Griffith University, he went on to work extensively throughout Australia and Asia for a diverse range of architecture firms and construction compan... More

2019 Fashion360 Designer | Phoebe Paradise

Phoebe Paradise is a punk designer, born and raised in Brisbane. She debuted her label in 2014 after working as a merchandise designer and artist for brands across Australia. A youthful, nostalgic aesthetic bleeds into the garments she illustrates; a mundane, grimy depiction of being young, broke, drunk and leather-clad in the Queensland summer heat. ... More

2019 Fashion360 Designer | Pollyanna Gardner

After an indecisive start to university, Pollyanna Gardner ventured into the world of fashion publishing at Cosmopolitan and Shop 'til you Drop Magazine to garner some real world experience. It was this time that spurred a love of quality fabrics and ingrained the importance of flattering cuts. Over the next few years Polly stayed within the industry ... More