Milan, the genderless fashion shows of eight talents open the fashion graduate Italy

Milan, the genderless fashion shows of eight talents open the fashion graduate Italy
Milan, the genderless fashion shows of eight talents open the fashion graduate Italy

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Milan – The European Institute of Design participates in Fashion Graduate Italia of Fashion Training System Platform with the energy of its designers that is released in the Future starts slow fashion show. The story is entrusted to them: eight talented IED Italia graduates in Fashion Design they parade to express the creative force of the nearly 3,000 fashion students. The capsule collections for men, women and genderless by Chiara Autiero, Paolo Belleri, Dara Silva Bulleri, Andrea De Simone, Yoana Dimitrova, Alessia Giacchetta, Valeria Nicoletti and Gaia Romoli are an intertwining of experimental solutions and contemporary languages, of cultural heritage of one’s origins, memory, diversity and uniqueness.

“This 2021 gives us a Fashion Graduate Italia in phygital edition. The enthusiasm of Ied and of our graduates is great: the corporeality of the collections is back together with a live streaming and a video story of the making of shot by the students. If we look at the new academic year, despite two years of uncertainty and dad, the IED group touches the threshold of 3,000 students enrolled in courses in the Fashion area “, he declares Emanuele Soldini, director of Ied Italy.

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