the london fashion school: celebrating 10 years of italian imprint in the uk
In December 2013 Istituto Marangoni London School of Fashion celebrated its 10th anniversary with the UK launch of the Bravo Portraits exhibition by Aldo Fallai featuring Istituto Marangoni’s final year Fashion & Design students.
The black & white portraits are a powerful representation of Istituto Marangoni’s commitment: to provide tailored fashion & design education, to its higher standards, to ‘individuals’ from over 90 different nationalities, based on the aesthetic principles of the European Style with a strong Italian imprint. Aldo Fallai’s strong clean aesthetic has captured these principles together with the individuality of the Istituto Marangoni students, revealing their core talent, determination and energy.
Over 200 industry supporters, journalists, Istituto Marangoni former and current students and colleagues got together for the occasion and danced to the music of Henry Holland.
Happy Birthday to the London Fashion School!