The new Master’s Course in collaboration with

Istituto Marangoni MilanoThe Schools of Fsshion and Design and, Consortium of the Politecnico di Milano, team up in a new partnership for the first Master’s of First Level ““New Tech: Style Trend, Textiles, Technology”. The course is open to a maximum of 40 participants interested in working in fashion and design, as well as to professionals and entrepreneurs in the industry already holding a degree or equivalent title.

Taught in English and starting from November in the Milan premises of the two schools, the Master’s course aims to provide in-depth expertise for textile innovation in fashion and interior design – both aesthetic and on the performance, comfort, function and ergonomics of the materials.

Resulting from the prestigious collaboration between the two institutions, the Master’s Course will be the perfect combination of the experiences of both realities. Politecnico’s academic excellence and state-of-the-art laboratories will give students the opportunity to experiment with new material, while the competence of Istituto Marangoni in styling and definition of moods will guide them towards projects in line with the latest market trends.

The ‘New Tech: Style Trend, Textiles, Technology’ Master’s Course will be presented on September 14 at 3pm during a meeting hosted at the premises of Istituto Marangoni Milano – The School of Design, at 24, via Cerva.

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Istituto Marangoni Milano
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