NEXT IN FASHION

Harper's Bazaar India|June - July 2020

NEXT IN FASHION
From innovative runway shows to evolving consumer behaviour— the design industry as we know it, is undergoing an enormous change. Diana Marian Murek, academic director of Istituto Marangoni, tells us how she’s shaping a new generation of future-ready professionals.
Diana Marian Murek

Tell us about the rich heritage of Istituto Marangoni. What sets it apart? In 1935, master tailor Giulio Marangoni founded the Marangoni Artistic Clothing Institute (Istituto Artistico dell’Abbigliamento) in Milan, Italy. His aim was to marry the excellence of Milanese seamstresses with professional Italian craftsmanship. Since then, Istituto Marangoni has continued to share Italian design values and aesthetics to the world, supplying the fashion industry with highly trained, career-ready graduates. Today, we have nine school across three continents, offering a wide variety of professional courses with a focus on project-based learning. We work with fashion and luxury players from around the world to ensure that our students not only work on real-life projects, but also receive opportunities for their futures. According to IPSOS—a multinational market research firm—97.4 percent of our class of 2017 found a job within one year of their graduation.

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June - July 2020