Istituto Marangoni Special Guest at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Moscow

Istituto Marangoni will take part in the next Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia with a Fashion Show with six talented alumni from the Schools in Milano, Paris and London. They will present their graduate collections to an international audience of followers and professionals in the fashion industry.

The Fashion Show is set to be staged on 17th March at 4.30pm. During the show, 36 total looks will be showcased, 6 for each of the 6 former students invited to attend the event. From the Milano School of Fashion, Krivdin Vladislav, of Russian origin, will present his ‘post-apocalyptic future’ in the sports-military / cyber-punk style; Praeploy Sooksawee proposes DISGUISE, a women’s collection that recalls the Kimo-Kawaii theme; Italian alumna Martina Micci, instead, was inspired by Thomas Demad’s masterpiece “Grotesque Process”. From the London campus, Lilla Kirilla-Molnar is going to showcase Stay Afloat, on the present issue of global warming, while Tugba AK will display his lux-grunge style graduate collection. Finally, from Istituto Marangoni Paris, the show will feature Temilayo Subair’s Into the Woods collection inspired by architecture and 3D printing.

Among the many events around the Russian Fashion Week, also worth a mention is Fashion Futurum, organized n collaboration with the Russian Fashion Council. Giulia Pirovano, Istituto Marangoni Group Market Director – will participate in the panel on March 16 with a speech on “scouting new talent in the fashion industry

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