EduCativ Posted July 27, 2020 Share Posted July 27, 2020 Is it possible to teach fashion? That was why Giulio Marangoni, famous for his clothes, which were already being worn by the Italian aristocracy, asked himself in 1935. To answer this question, he founded the Istituto Artistico dell’Abbigliamento Marangoni or the Marangoni Artistic Clothing Institute in Milan. It was a school to train professionals and technicians specializing in the field of fashion. Istituto Marangoni has never stopped believing in the value of training, constantly updating its programs to ensure they are in line with Italian and international market needs. In the past few years, Istituto Marangoni has opened four new schools: London in 2003, Paris in 2006, Shanghai in 2013, and Milano Design in 2014. Istituto Marangoni now opened the new School of Fashion, Art & Design in Florence in September 2016, and recently in Shenzhen (2016), Mumbai (2017) and Miami (2018), the international capitals of fashion, design, and luxury. The teaching spaces of Istituto Marangoni have tested the talents of four generations of professionals, hailing from 106 different countries and representing the heritage of our school. Today Istituto Marangoni continues to successfully ‘teach fashion,’ as its founder wished. It teaches design, which has many contact points and overlaps with the world of fashion: color, materials, and creativity. With a wide range of course possibilities, preparatory, three-year undergraduate, and master’s courses, Istituto Marangoni has always maintained the goal of training the professionals of tomorrow in critical sectors, such as design, communication, and managerial coordination. To excel as a center of professional and creative learning in the Fashion, Art, and Design fields to nourish international industries, providing talented Istituto Marangoni graduates from all over the world. We strive to achieve this mission by offering an extensive and detailed educational portfolio that is continuously updated to match industry demands and evolution. Achieving the highest academic standards with modern and dynamic curricula focused on results. We integrate the spirit of Italians into the experience of students daily through both curricula and the School experience. We are celebrating the global and multicultural reach of Italian culture through Fashion, Art, and Design. We are also supporting and developing the potential of our teaching and administrative staff using constant and punctual training. Placing Istituto Marangoni at the center of the Fashion, Art, and Design cultures, thanks to our excellent selection of locations in leading world cultural capitals and further strengthening historical and recent connections with the most prestigious companies and personalities in the luxury Fashion, Art and Design market. Since 1935, this has been the mission of Istituto Marangoni, beginning with fashion and extending to design, always to provide those who choose Istituto Marangoni for their training with the best means to express themselves creatively. Today Marangoni Institute is an established and recognized aesthetic laboratory of European-style culture with a specifically Italian imprint. Working with the most exciting names in fashion and design, teachers can pass on their expertise to train the excellence of tomorrow’s industry professionals, enabling them to contextualize classroom learning in the realities of the marketplace. The path includes constant contact with the best companies in fashion and design, who look to the Istituto for new individuals to work in their companies. In addition to a variety of long and short courses in fashion and design in the traditional schools, the new school in Florence will include an intense program of studies dedicated to art, encompassing History of Art, Art Management and Multimedia Art. Students at Istituto Marangoni are given the best tools to stimulate their growth and are equipped to face the working world confidently. Courses consist of constant contact through the faculty with the most valuable companies in the sector. In the schools in Milan, Florence, Paris, London, and Shanghai, students from all over the world meet and interact through a continuous exchange of ideas, projects, stimuli, and vision. There is one common denomination to this experience: the evolution of an aesthetic value that contributes to clarifying the future choices of profession for our students. View full university Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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