A preview of the next generation.

Words by

Naomi Hatton

Been dying to attend a runway show but don't have the cash to dish? We got you.

Next week will see some of this year's most talented young designers from the Whitehouse Institute of Design come together for their Graduate Exhibition and Parade. And best of all, it's free.

The showcasing graduates will be from the Master of Design and Bachelor of Design programs, so there is sure to be some insane talent and creativity down the runway. Not to mention in the installations and exhibitions of work from Interior Design and Creative Direction graduates.

It'll be like going to fashion week without the pressure. Win, win. 

The event will be held in both Sydney and Melbourne, so email to enquire about your complimentary tickets today.

See the newest generation of design gurus at these locations:

2 Short Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010
November 23 and 24

672 Bourke Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000
November 25 and 26

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