Fashion is culture, research, continuous evolution and it is part of the job to redefine languages, to intercept needs, then translating them into concrete training proposals. The change taking place today is directing the focus of the sector towards the paradigms of the origins and the craft trade. Companies are looking for young people who are capable of filling a generation gap that has characterized the realities of the sector for years: new "hands" must regain confidence in the manufacturing tradition of our country.
For this reason, from the next academic year, the Secoli Institute will introduce two new masters of two-year specialization:
- the first is the Master of Design and Crafting in High Fashion - which provides a preparation on methodologies and working techniques in the High Fashion sector. The course develops alongside experienced and specialized artisans in the different processes, such as embroidery, fabric creation in fabric - and Première able to teach the new generation the most complex sartorial methods;
- the second is the Master of Design and Crafting in Bespoke Tailoring - the Sartorial Menswear who aims to deepen the sartorial techniques alongside a group of highly experienced "Tailor Masters", who transmit the most precious methodologies - such as tacking, hand-made stitching, stitching, buttonholes and eyelets, up to the creation of a capsule collection of tailored clothes.