Creative Design Hub

Design your future

Our Creative Design Hub offers students a great place to train, join and collaborate with other likeminded creatives. It's where we nurture tomorrow’s fashion and creative professionals. 

Creative Design Hub


Box Hill Institute students are encouraged to be innovative, generating fresh ideas and turning them into real products.

With over 30 years’ training experience, our boutique Nelson campus houses fashion, graphic design, photography, visual merchandising and interior design facilities.


Design and Photography

Photographic studio

Photography students will have access to our photographic studio and MAC labs, which are fully equipped with industry software including an Adobe Creative Suite. This offers an Emerging Designer Studio with access to facilities, mentors and opportunities to collaborate with other creatives.

Award winning students

Box Hill Institute fashion students are getting results with their innovative garments and capturing the attention of the broader fashion industry.

In 2018, Bachelor of Fashion alumna, Tess Whitfort won the world’s largest sustainable fashion design competition, the Redress Design Award, and this year, she launched her label at the 2019 Melbourne Fashion Week, Pendulum Studios.

At the London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020 show this year, 2018 Bachelor of Fashion graduate, Rachael Wilton showed off her debut collection – Withering – from her label, Sun in Leo The Label.

During Melbourne Fashion Week 2019, Bachelor of Fashion student Chelsea Subala won the Student Design award for her collection, SLAY.

If you want to be the best of the best in fashion, there’s only one place to study. 

Creative Cup 2: A Song for All Seasons

Box Hill Institute’s second Creative Cup took place from Monday 23 September to Thursday 26 September, with 10 student groups bursting with creativity collaborating on and creating new music around the theme, seasons. 

The Creative Cup is a competition that challenges music, music business, design, photography and fashion students to write, produce and record a song, be styled for photoshoots, develop album art and media assets, and develop a release strategy. All in four days. 

Full list of winners:

  • Overall Winner – High Homes
  • Best Song – High Homes
  • Best Mix – Steve Convine, ‘Floating’ by High Homes
  • Best Engineer – Gabby Crump for her work with a nine-piece band, Yes Chef!
  • Best Production – Caleb Linder and George Charitakis for their work with the Electronic Hip Hop band, ‘In My Zone’ by CITYWIDE
  • The Sennheiser Special Effort award - Max Ross-Glyde for his production work with the band ManneQueen
  • Best Management – Georgina Fiske for the outstanding press releases for the bands ManneQueen and Siselasaur, and who played a major role in helping to run the Creative Cup 2

Read more about our 2019 Creative Cup