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The Moscow Fashion Show by Instituto Maragoni's School Of Fashion, Art & Design 2017
August 14, 2017 10:53


(Source: http://www.studyfashion.ru/events/01-13_07_16)

The Moscow Fashion Show by Instituto Maragoni's School Of Fashion, Art & Design

VLADISLAV KRIVDIN is all about precise lines and bright highlights.

MARNINA MICCI showcased tight lacework clothes, free shapes and easy-to-perceive feeling.

TEMILAYO SUBAIR's collection is shrouded it mysterious forest themes. The collection is based on complicated images of natural shades – colors intrinsic to green leaves, wood, as well as shades of orange and grey.

LILLA KIRILLA MOLVAN presented to the public her set of precise lines and clear silhouettes featuring leather biker jackets, straight midi skirts and strict hair styles. In her collection the designed relied upon fiery colors from deep yellow, red to coal grey and black.

TUGBA AK is a mainly men's denim line of clothing. Vibrant green, pink, orange and yellow details serve as highlights.

A collection presented by designer PRAEPLOY SOOKSAWEE expressed the fantasy side of clothing and a combination of femininity features. The runway saw dresses with a gradient to lilac, deep purple, pink and the softest lacework skirts and noble blouses. The catwalk was dominated with harmony and stylish beauty.

For more than eighty years, Istituto Marangoni has taught to over four generations of students from five continents in all key sectors of the fashion business.

Among its most noted graduates are names such as Domenico Dolce, Franco Moschino, Alessandra Facchinetti, Alessandro Sartori (Ermenegildo Zegna), Rodolfo Paglialunga (Jil Sander), Paula Cademartori and many others.

Istituto Marangoni’s global reach is reinforced by a strategic approach to international development; placing its schools in key fashion capitals which currently cover 7 locations: Milano Fashion, Milano Design, Firenze, Paris, London, Shanghai and Shenzhen.

One of the strengths of the institute’s internationality is via cross-school mobility options, giving students a chance to study in more than one location to complete their course, and obtain an internationally recognised and validated university degree (BA Hons).  The DNA is also expressed through ‘Italianness’, the real Made in Italy heritage, synonymous with luxury, high-quality, beauty and craftsmanship, an important cultural influence boosting students' ability to create unique and innovative products, while encouraging their commercial and business acumen, and creative vision.

IM offers undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses covering all aspects of Fashion Design, Fashion Styling and Fashion Business. Added value comes via strong industry collaborations with key business players for internships, scholarships, industry projects and job opportunities and for those who are nearing graduation there is a country specific careers service. Some of the top collaborations include Chanel, Dior, Ermenegildo Zegna, Gianni Versace, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Vetements.

 




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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