class of 2017 — adelaide student style, straight up
In Adelaide things move a little more slowly, people are relaxed and the city’s style is a reflection of that. Here student style is about comfort and ease, no one is out to impress, it’s about dressing for yourself.
class of 2017 — canberra student style, straight up
While grown ups in our nation’s capital are largely swayed by the suit and tie expectations of public servant jobs, the kids are taking things in a different direction. Op shop style rules, hometown pride is everywhere, and good lucking going five...
class of 2017 — melbourne student style, straight up
We’re continuing our series looking at student style around Australia in Melbourne. Tasha Tylee photographed and spoke to kids around town about tertiary style, dressing “woke” and being poor but trying to look rich.
class of 2017 — sydney student style, straight up
We’ve teamed up with photographers from all around Australia to capture student style across the country. First up Joe Brennan in Sydney checks out what the kids are loving, loathing and lusting after in our biggest city.
your next binge watch: clique, the new drama tackling female friendship, uni life and the class divide
We speak to Jess Brittain, creator of BBC Three’s new thriller tackling female friendship and the college class divide.
fashion students open up about the real pressures of study
They want their degrees, and their stress, to be taken seriously.
you can now take a class on beyoncé's 'lemonade' at university
Using the visual album as a catalyst, the syllabus explores the interplay of race and gender across American history.
designers ru kwok and georgia fraser are best friends who will sacrifice anything to get it right
Grab your best friend, queue up some Grace Jones and fall in love with these members of Melbourne’s new designer wave.
tertiary chic: australian university trends explained
Melbourne loves normcore, Sydney is into DIY-Vetements, Tassie just wants to keep warm and Canberra students are business casual.
what lies at the end of your creative university course?
Monty Coles, a prominent Australian photographer turned RMIT teacher offers some practical advice for studying to live a life doing what you love.
breaking out while school is in
Thanks to social media, student designers are finding themselves in demand before they even graduate. But when school projects become viable brands, the designers—who are often barely out of their teens—find themselves balancing books and small...
Pack your bags and choose your classes, because we’re going back to uni. This week saw thousands of first year university students embark on O-Week, their first initiation into tertiary life. We checked out what you wear on the first day of the rest of...
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