open seminar in sweden
“Luxe in Flux: Fashion for the 21st century”
Istituto Marangoni School of Fashion London faculty member Kirstin Scott will hold a seminar on the ethical scenarios relating to today’s fashion industry. “Luxe in Flux: Fashion for the 21st century” will investigate the alternative approaches to design, business and consumption in the world of fashion. Throughout the month of May, Scott’s lecture will take place in Malmo, Göteborg and Stockholm.
The fashion industry is an ever-changing show. Nowadays, the opportunities afforded by innovation and technology merge with the growing importance of sustainability issues in shaping future trends. Kirstin Scott will look at this world to describe the changing landscape of fashion, discuss any possible alternatives and provide insights into the ethical fashion industry. The presentation will be followed by a workshop on plaiting braids, which will show how an ancient historic craft can find new, contemporary applications for fashion.
Kirstin Scott, Postgraduate Programme Leader at Istituto Marangoni School of Fashion London, is a designer-maker-researcher with a PhD from the Royal College of Art. She boasts an extensive experience in fashion education, but outside of teaching she has also worked on product development for local and overseas markets. She loves using natural and sustainably sourced materials to create her own range of accessories and enjoys sharing this passion with others.
Malmö · 11th May, 5pm – 7pm
11 35 Malmö, Sweden
Göteborg · 12th May, 5pm – 7pm
Trädgårdgatan 3, 2 tr
411 08 Göteborg, Sweden
Stockholm · 13th May, 5pm – 7pm
111 56 Stockholm, Sweden
If you are interested, RSVP email@example.com or call +46 (0) 31 15 10 90
istituto marangoni international promoter Sweden:
Study Abroad is an agency based in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö that helps Swedish students to study at Istituto Marangoni.
For assistance with school information, programmes, the application process and CSN, please contact via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +46 (0) 31 15 10 90.