Via Pietro Verri, 4, 20121 Milano, Italy
Istituto Marangoni was founded in 1935 in Milano as ‘IstitutoArtisticodell’Abbigliamento Marangoni’ and in 2015 it reaches a special milestone, 80 years of history and success in training the top professionals of Fashion and Design.
Istituto Marangoni can praise itself for the education of four generations of students from 5 continents and for having launched over 45,000 professionals in fashion and luxury fields, such as Domenico Dolce (Dolce & Gabbana) and Franco Moschino. It currently educates 4,000 students per year from 106 countries at its schools, located in Milano (the School of Fashion and the School of Design), Paris, London and Shanghai, the international capitals of fashion, design and luxury. In October 2016 Istituto Marangoni will open a new school in Firenze, a meeting place between fashion, art and design.
The School of Fashion, Milano
Istituto Marangoni was born here. Here the great names of Italian prêt-â-porter were trained. We are in the city centre, a few steps from the path of fashion excellence, Via Montenapoleone. Milan is the city of fashion par excellence; here new ideas and styles are continually developed. And Istituto Marangoni students find the tools to interpret and guide and grow through study programs that are constantly updated becoming highly skilled professionals in the fashion industry at the highest creative, organizational and business levels.
The School of Design, Milano
The new school of design is located in Via Cerva, in the heart of the city, in one of the areas full of the most important national and international design brands.This space is completely new and will be dedicated to fostering environments that are strategically useful to the most strategic to the subject: from internal and industrial design studios to visual design.Here students will find the stimuli and skills to grow and become designers of excellence, who are capable of operating in a vast array of professional environments.
The School of Fashion & Art, Firenze
The school opened in 2016 on Via de’ Tornabuoni 17, a few steps from Piazza S. Trinità and Gucci and Ferragamo museums,
The course offer includes both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes ranging from fashion design, to art management, up to accessory design.