IED together with The Italian Secrets

The Italian Secrets and The IED _ Istituto Europeo di Design _ join forces to give young fashion graduates the chance to showcase their unique work in the UK.

 

We are very excited to share the news of a newly formed collaboration with IED and their Alumni Program- A global community created to network with past, present and future IED Alumni, to keep in touch with the world of creativity, and staying up to date with the latest developments in Design, Visual Arts, Fashion, Communication, Management, Art and Restauration.

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The Istituto Europeo di Design is a private design school in Italy founded in 1966 by Francesco Morelli with a very international presence in multiple cities across the World. The school is organized into four disciplines: Design, Fashion, Visual Communication and Management. 

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All of us at The Italian Secrets have a dream and it is to support young talent, promote the real Made in Italy and give UK residents a taste of what artisan Italian fashion is all about. In order to achieve this, it is essential to support the growth of made in Italy and, specifically, of the latest generations of fashion designers because these hidden gems are “secrets” that deserve to be nurtured and developed. This is why we have signed a partnership with IED. From now on we have a dedicated section on their online alumni platform for the emerging talents in Italian fashion. 
 

While at The Italian Secrets it is recognised that creativity and style are essential ingredients to succeed in the fashion world, it is also clear that technology will play an even major role in the future.

Our designers will contribute with their feedback to design and develop features like on-line fashion consulting service and fitting feature to make the customer experience a unique and special one.

So, stay tuned, lots of exciting new developments to be announced soon!

 

~ Melissa Collaro~

Founder of The Italian Secrets

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