Learning to do this is the underlying principle of the three-year courses at Raffles Milano, a training path that structures the mind, provides a solid technical baggage and makes you want to broaden your horizons of life.
The fashion system is a vast, articulated, even unpredictable territory where the classic sense meets the most thrilling experimentation. There are no recipes to emerge. There is predisposition to work, a desire to know and measure with the outside world and its thousands of cultures: high, pop, ethno ... There is an acute eye - to be trained - able to capture the smallest detail. An eye familiar with traditional tailoring methods but is not afraid to offer irriverent elegance.
The world of style and professions is evolving, traditional categories are becoming porous. In addition to the careers inside the fashion houses, alongside the great designers (designer assistant, pattern maker, production assistant, fashion stylist and fashion illustrator) or in their own, internationally they are creating a series of crossing type functions and opportunities , Linked to creativity, production, distribution and promotion. Even in these contexts, relying on high-profile preparation is almost always the winning card.
The course is aimed at candidates with a high school diploma and students from Italian or international universities. The ideal candidate is driven by a sincere passion for design, style and costume, and wishes to embark on a career in the fashion world by leveraging on their own design, interpretation and communication skills, as well as their talents and talents. During the three years of the course, students acquire unresponsive reading keys, which can be applied effectively in future professional and creative contexts.
First year: Elective elements in the study of Fashion design, general framing. Second year: Intermediate development of specific themes and insights. Third year: completion of the themes, final project and portfolio building. In particular, students analyze shapes, silhouettes, materials, production processes, social and costume factors that are the basis of a conscious, articulated and original design. The atmosphere in the classroom encourages individual expression and exploration of new territories and contexts, even far from the norm.
The fashion system.
History of Art and Costume History.
Fabrics and raw materials.
Design of clothes.
Marketing and research.
Professionals, project designers who have left their mark, and long-standing teaching behind them, are well-known. They have an open and decidedly international look. They are part of a cohesive and fertile group, and they love to be confronted with the course progress, the opportunities that come running and the performance of individual students.
Venus De Russi modeller
Saverio Palatella Designer saveriopalatella.it
Michel Lund Designer michellund.Linkedin
Pina Gandolfi Fashion & Style Editor rollingstone.it
Andrea Diletto Tailor sartoriadiletto.com
Andrea Sagrini Designer andreasagrini.Linkedin
Sergio Salerni Artistic director urbanproduction.it
Mary Candida Gentile Mâitre perfumed mariacandidagentile.com
Giovanni Pelloso Historical and photographic critic giovannipelloso.Linkedin
Luigi Ciuffreda Architect luigiciuffreda.Linkedin
Luisa Milani Graphic designer latigre.net
Lia Luzzatto Color consultant color-and-colors.it
Cesare Maria Cunaccia Writer / Journalist
Giuseppe Ardrizzo epistemologo
Project: Rodolfo Del Chiaro Designer rodolfodelchiaro.Linkedin
Project: Jean Marie Ardu Fashion designer
In nearly thirty years of activity, Raffles Group has built a solid network of partners who collaborate in Triennial Courses and Master's. The reputation of the companies and the quality of the relationships developed are the guarantee of a decisively fertile encounter between education and business worlds.
Adidas, Aigner, B & O - Bang & Olufsen, Boucheron, Brother, Bulgari, Burberry, C & A, Cartier, Chanel, Chloé, Design Business Chamber Singapore, Diesel, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Dunhill, Elle, Fendi, Fujifilm Singapore, Giorgio Armani, H & M, Heinz, Hermes, Hogan, HP Technology, HSBC - Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, IKEA, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, Kohler, Lear Corporation, LVMH, Mahogany, Max Mara, MediaCorp, Metro, Michael Kors, Microsoft, Nippon Paint, Nokia, Orchard Road Business Association, Pepsi, Philips, Prada, Puma, Ralph Lauren, Redworks, Richemont, Richmond, Rolex, Saatchi & Laurent Paris, Samsung, Shiseido, Siemens, Singapore Furniture Industries Council, Singapore Jewelers Association, Sony Pictures, Standard Chartered, Textile & Fashion Federation, Tiffany & Co., Valentino, Versace, Y & R, Yves Saint Laurent.
Every Monday night, at 6pm, Raffles Milano invites students to meet a great character in the scene of design, style and culture of the project. Listening directly to the stories and ideas that influence the market and make our minds more progressive is a great opportunity to integrate academic programs. Here are the meetings of next year.
The Triennale provides for the participation of a maximum of 20 students.
Candidates are selected through an individual interview with the Course leader.
Courses in Italian: Students from the European Union and Switzerland 7.000,00 euro The income band 9.000,00 euro II The income band 11.000,00 euro III Income band 15.000,00 Euro IV Income band
Courses in English: Students from the European Union and Switzerland 10.000,00 euro The income band 11,500.00 euro The income band 12.500,00 euro III Income band 15.000,00 Euro IV Income band
Extra European Union students, Italian or English courses: 12.500,00 euro
ISEE income statement prospectus: The income range up to 40.000,00 euros The income band from 40,001.00 to 70,000.00 euros III income band from 70,001.00 to 100,000.00 euros IV income band over 100,000.00 euros
Admission fee To apply for admission to the three-year course, an admission fee of 100.00 euros is payable.