The annual QUT School of Design Festival brings students from the Industrial Design, Interaction Design, Fashion and Visual Communication faculties together to celebrate and showcase their talent and skills. Throughout the year, we will be highlighting some of the amazing work being done by students right here at QUT.
Introducing Fashion Design student, Lily Yadlosky, and her portfolio titled Unravel.
’Unravel’ combines structural construction and organic flow to explore the relationship between beauty and chaos. Through blending unpredictable fabrication methods and mathematical pattern-making, ‘Unravel’ comes together in a perfect harmony.
– Lily Yadlosky
Lily, from childhood has always been a creative person and has approached design with curiosity. Lily’s designs are defined by strong shapes, bright colours and voluminous silhouettes, which come to fruition through her messy, hands-on design approach. ‘Unravel’ harnesses her inner chaos through the medium of wearable art. She is a current QUT student set to graduate in 2024.
Lily is a queer designer, who has been making clothes since Grade 9. Her home ec and design teachers inspired her to look into fashion as a career and she hopes to get into costume design for theatre, film, and TV.