Istituto Marangoni welcomes the upcoming Fashion Week Milano Moda Donna, scheduled from 19 to 25 February 2019, with a full calendar of events aimed at documenting and analysing the salient aspects of this major rendez-vous for Italian and international fashion.
From 20 to 23 February, the Milano School of Fashion welcomes visitors at its premises in Piazza San Babila 3, in the beating heart of the fashion district, where it will be hosting designers, emerging brands and industry professionals in a setting open to discussion, learning and sharing. A real FRONT ROW seat that boasts an agenda full of renowned guests, insightful workshops and the chance to analyse Milano Moda Donna's main catwalks, guided by industry experts.
Below is the calendar with all the activities: (to participate you must sign up for the events by clicking on the links below):
10.30 > 11.30: In conversation with Pietro Ruffini • Founder & Managing Director @Archive. Interviewed by Angelo Ruggeri
16.30 > 17.30: Fashion Film, Simonetta Buffo • Fashion Semiotics & Communication Expert, IM tutor
17.45 > 18.30: Analysis and commentary on GUCCI fashion show with Antonio Patruno, IM Programme Leader Fashion Design Area
15.00 > 16.00 : In conversation with Ildo Damiano • Fashion Editor & Trend Setter
16.30 > 17.30: "Fashion Game", Alessandro Castiglioni • History of Criticism & Contemporary Art, IM tutor
17.45 > 18.30: Analysis and commentary on N° 21 fashion show with Antonio Patruno, IM Programme Leader Fashion Design Area
15.00 > 16.00 : In conversation with Robert Cavalli • Founder & Creative Director @Triple RRR interviewed by Angelo Ruggeri
16.30 > 17.30: "Glamour is subversive", Cristina Muccioli • Sociology and Fashion Modern Literature Expert, IM tutor
17.45 > 18.30: Analysis and commentary on PRADA fashion show with Antonio Patruno, IM Programme Leader Fashion Design Area
Finally, February 23 will be dedicated to the Open Day of the School.
A major event for the School, which offers aspiring fashion, art and design professionals the opportunity to get to know Istituto Marangoni and its training courses. This day will also mark the launch of the exclusive ‘Future Visions’ contest, organised in collaboration with Vogue Talents and aimed at Italian high school students who wish to land a dream job in the fashion industry.