Jordan Hoobin, Georgia Bright and Bronte Keating knocking it out of the park.

Jordan Hoobin, Georgia Bright and Bronte Keating were offered jobs after this VM assignment.

Students in the Australian Institute of Creative Design’s 2015 Part-Time Fashion Business course were offered VM jobs after doing such a great job completing their “in-store” Visual Merchandising assignment.

The Associate Buyer at “Stock & Supply”, Nicholas Carter, said “the girls have done such a great job, they are welcome to come back each Friday to work on the front windows”.

Shown above are Part-Time Fashion Business Graduates: Georgia, Bronte and Jordan. The other group of students worked on the front windows at Lifeline Fortitude Valley and they too were offered part-time work as Visual Merchandisers. One of the groups worked at the Akira store, also in Fortitude Valley — it was a privilege for this group to be working at one of Australia’s most famous design house.

The students were asked to find a store to collaborate with, make appointments with Store Managers, co-ordinate any props and materials they needed to make a great front window display.

The Part-Time Fashion Business course for 2016 starts up again in April and it’s clearly a brilliant way to get the practical skills needed to make it in the industry.


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