The UK formally left the EU at the end of 2020. Istituto Marangoni has a strong tradition of welcoming students from all over the world including the EU.
The energising melting pot
London embodies business excellence, creativity, and innovative thinking, all of which attract a uniquely driven and pioneering elite. Participants at the London School therefore find their own creative voice in this cosmopolitan trend capital, defining their counterculture creativity in a world of luxury. No matter the course of study, the curriculum places an emphasis on undertaking avant-garde ethics, design research and business innovation. Exploring experimental cut and contemporary streetstyle. The future is on display, to stand out and make a difference. Beauty also comes from the inside, from how and why things are made, from responsible design and business innovation. In other words, how well they incorporate the cardinal concept of the current times: sustainability.
Study methods in Fashion Design are rigorously oriented towards professionalism, industry demands, and a fine balance of design functionality and aesthetics. From day one, participants find themselves immersed in the fashion system and fashion design methodology, incorporating key trends with bicultural aesthetics and new consumer voices influencing style. Depending on their chosen level of study, participants work on projects such as an in-depth analysis of clothing or accessories manufacturing, or the language of couture construction versus ready to wear. They progress through various stages of the design process from fashion illustration, pattern making, pattern cutting, construction or prototyping, right through to the finished garment or product. Pathways offer further options to specialise in a chosen area or fashion design profession.DISCOVER MORE
Style and innovation, responding to new consumer voices and the bicultural world we live in are all key values of Istituto Marangoni study methods, and paramount to the creative world of Fashion Styling. All courses investigate how to make a connection through image, express a story and emotion through style, and propose the most innovative ideas in fashion. Depending on their chosen level of study, participants work on developing their own style portfolio, incorporating photography and a creative vision with visual methods of expression. They investigate new trends in the industry such as artificial intelligence, extended intelligence, and new ways of communicating in a digital age alongside photo shoot preparation and management, photo editing and moving image (multimedia video). Pathways offer further options to specialise in the Fashion Styling profession.DISCOVER MORE
The business of fashion for Istituto Marangoni means being on par with industry developments, on key with the latest issues in the business, and consistently on top of the latest market requests. Combining a wide variety of essential business skills and knowledge with the latest industry developments, all courses in Fashion Business are fine-tuned and specific to the constantly evolving fashion system. Depending on their chosen level of study, participants work on developing key business acumen, from luxury brand management, buying and merchandising, through to marketing, promotion and start-up to name just a few. Subjects including Phygital retail, the fusion of digital and in-store shopping experiences, algorithms defining style, and sustainability are also skills fundamental to today’s successful fashion business graduate. Pathways offer further options to specialise in a chosen area or fashion business profession.DISCOVER MORE
Interior Design at Istituto Marangoni is not just about ‘producing’ an environment, but a creative and complex mix of the latest trends, industry developments, accurate project management, functionality and contemporary aesthetics. Depending on their chosen level of study, participants work on projects that span residential, commercial or leisure sites, working on the design, or renovation, of the space in question. As well as coordinating furnishings, fixings, lighting and colour, participants are shown how to skilfully mix atmosphere, culture, and a creative vision, and consider new global issues in design wellbeing, the user experience, and sustainability. Client expectations and the study of brand identity add to the creative design mix, assisting in the creation of an emotional response through space. Pathways offer additional study options to further specialise in Interior Design.DISCOVER MORE
All Product Design courses at Istituto Marangoni combine a heritage immersed in craftsmanship and creativity, together with applied manual, technical and digital design skills. Depending on their chosen level of study, participants work on developing luxury furniture, bespoke or one-off items, or innovative products for industrial design and commercialisation. As well as technical drawing, 3D modelling, visualisation and prototype development with CAD, participants investigate the influence of Made in Italy in the design arena, the use of sustainable materials and renewable resources, and new methods and processes of production. Graduates are able to design and visualise products in connection with space or location, and accurately evaluate their functional and ergonomic properties to produce innovative product designs. Pathways offer additional study options to further specialise in Product Design.DISCOVER MORE
Istituto Marangoni study methods in Visual Design are rigorously oriented towards industry demands and ‘real-world’ project experiences in a technologically advanced, and emotionally charged, design field. Depending on their chosen level of study, participants may work on video, animation, interaction and motion graphics, all fundamental to communicate, promote, or sell a vision, a product or an event, in today’s contemporary visual arena. They analyse new consumer habits and how they impact the way we communicate; they also explore the latest visual approaches and tools of expression in the digital age - including web design, blogs and social platforms - to reach today’s “bicultural consumers”, and they study the influence of phygital retail, blending digital features with future-oriented in-store experiences.DISCOVER MORE
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• Avant-garde ethics
• Experimental cut
• Counterculture creativity
• Cosmopolite trendsetting
• Contemporary Streetstyle
• Sustainable Business Innovation