istituto marangoni for renault clio duel

Francesca Cottone, young talent from Istituto Marangoni The School of Fashion in Milano, is the winner of the competition organized in partnership with Renault for the design of the outfits worn by the protagonists of the TV advert for Clio DUEL.

The collection is inspired by the two souls of Renault’s new car – the elegant and sporty style of Clio Sporter, and the urban underground one of Clio Berlina – which converge in the dress worn by the leading actress, characterized by elements of seduction and elegance.

“Again this year, Clio confirms its passion for fashion. This time, with the DUEL collection, Clio enters the backstage of catwalk shows and partners with one of the most important schools of fashion in the world in order to define the style and character of the “Clio Addicted.” This is how Francesco Fontana Giusti, Renault Italia Group Image & Communication Director, expressed his satisfaction with the outcome of the Project Work proposed by Renault to the students of Istituto Marangoni the School of Fashion.

“I congratulate Francesca Cottone for this achievement that rewards the commitment and passion that our students bring to their work every day to become tomorrow’s leading players” says Barbara Toscano, Director of Istituto Marangoni Milano The School of Fashion. We are very satisfied with this special collaboration, which is a concrete example of how to use the talent of these young students, offering them an opportunity for growth and helping them shape their future careers.”

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