Talent and research characterized the event that celebrates and promotes the excellence of Italian fashion schools, among which there is also ARSUTORIA School

Nabil Dhouib's creation
Nabil Dhouib’s creation

Milan proves to be the cradle of emerging creativity. The second edition of Milano Moda Graduate was held on the last 28th and 29th of June, in the Base spaces in Via Bergognone, promoted by the National Chamber of Italian Fashion and Fashion Platform Training System, with the support of the Region Lombardy and in collaboration with Lineapelle.

«The aim was to promote the excellence of Italian fashion schools giving voice to each one, analyzing the differences and telling about the different worlds they belong to. We aimed at putting students in touch with the operators of the sector and at bringing out the needs now required by the system, highlighting operators’ expectations towards those who choose to pursue a career in the fashion industry. For students, a unique opportunity to compare themselves to those who can help them understand the industry dynamics and, for schools, to understand the real needs and priorities of companies with respect to educational paths»

said Alberto Bonisoli, President of the Fashion Platform Training System. The event program included a series of activities, among which fashion shows, presentations and discussions, aimed at promoting the creativity of the Italian fashion schools most talented students. Among these was Nabil Dhouib (ARSUTORIA School student) who deserved special mention for his boots, capable to catch the attention of Lineapelle judges, designated to evaluate the most interesting creations in leather. The model – conceived and made in the workshop of the Milanese school for modelists and footwear designers – will be shown in the Lineapelle space in the Fashion Hub Market, at the UniCredit Pavilion in Piazza Gae Aulenti, Milan, where will take place the new project of the National Fashion Chamber in support of emerging brands, now in its second edition. Sixteen Italian and foreign brands will present their prêt-à-porter collections and accessories on the occasion of Milan Woman Fashion. A new platform that represents an important opportunity for visibility, networking and business. The Static Show area housed 16 schools, including ARSUTORIA School and its students’ works: Antonio Monterisi, Benedetta Boroli, Diana Larrotta, Giulia Forcellini, Sedanur Kamaci, Nabil Dhouib, Vincenzo Carpentieri, Giordana Di Lillo, Julieta Molina