26 September 2022
We're Next 22 is the fashion show dedicated to rising stars of fashion, was held on 10 September in Prague. Among the protagonists of the event, there were also two Alumni of IED Florence.
Gaia Romoli presented The Madness of the Mad Hatter / Pantomime: "It's a fusion of two distorted imagery: the first depicting the pandemic and facial expressions 'taken' from our faces, given the obligation to use masks. With the addition of silicone applications of casts of my face, I wanted to bring out the repressed emotions from the clothes, making the concept concrete and not just symbolic,' - says Gaia - In the second part of the collection, we find characters from the fairy-tale imagery of Alice in Wonderland: the rabbit, the hare, pinco panco and panco pinco, bringing the much-loved fairy tale to the catwalk with the help of handmade prints and knitted accessories, but in a contemporary reading, trying to combine art and fashion once again'.
Paolo Belleri presented Night at Grandma's Home: "It's inspired by my memories as a child, at my grandmother's house surrounded by cushions and porcelain dolls. In a playful way, I joked about the classic stereotypes of the Italian family that are portrayed in films that often reduce the Bel Paese to pasta, coffee and dolce far niente. All the garments were made with fabrics recovered from blankets, old sheets and tablecloths found in markets, second-hand shops or salvaged from Nonna's house'.
We're Next was founded in 2016 by Lukáš Spilka and its aim is to make fashion accessible and open the doors to everyone interested.
Cover photo - Courtesy of Lilit Lysa
Yuto Taniguchi is a professor assistant of Digital Creative Course in UEDA College of Fashion (Osaka, Japan) and he is active in NFT and fashion.
The academic year comes to its end and it’s time to present our Graduate 2023 fashion collections to the world
Forbes 30 Under 30 Talia Zoref has become known for creating Art during Fashion Weeks worldwide, meeting and sketching celebrities including Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Pharrell Williams and others.
Fashion editor and Creative Director, she collaborated with Rizzoli and Condè Nast as a journalist and stylist.
Danielle Kwateng, journalist, editor, and Executive Editor of Teen Vogue will be giving a live guest lecture titled "What is Creative Direction?" for the students of the Fashion courses at IED Firenze.
Costume, fashion, interior and music journalist. She worked for years in the editorial offices of Vogue Italia and L'Uomo Vogue, under the direction of Franca Sozzani. She has been set stylist for Casa Vogue and contributor for Vogue Gioiello, Vogue Pelle and Glamour.
IED decided to reward those students who commit up front with a special Early Bird discount.
To take advantage of the discounts, it is necessary to register within the indicated terms.
The event celebrating the Graduation Days of the Undergraduate Courses in Fashion, Design and Communication.
IED is Educational Partner of the exhibition Anish Kapoor. Untrue Unreal, a major exhibition devised and produced with the celebrated artist who has revolutionised the notion of sculpture in contemporary art.
Passionate and hardworking professional in the fashion industry since 30 years, Alessandra Invernizzi is currently Senior Account Manager EMEA Wholesale Independents for one of the world leading fashion company: Burberry.
Federigo Gabellieri, Alumnus IED, is an Art Director, creative consultant with a deep experience in fashion and a design industries on both editorial and digital projects, ranging from editorial design, art direction and photography.
Daniele Cavalli is a multidisciplinary artist: music, food, art, photography and fashion are all part of his work.
Freelance PR for few avant-garde fashion brands that are presenting their collections at Paris Fashion Week, like Geoffrey B. Small and Un_namable. She has worked for Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ, Ralph Lauren, Safilo and many more.
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of Defender, International Motors has decided to involve students from the Master's program in Graphic Design at IED Firenze by launching a contest last month in which students designed a special livery.
The first IED Books appointment with Massimo Canevacci: an Italian academic, ethnographer and critical thinker, will present his latest book "Stupore Indigeno. Le culture native in Brasile tra rituali iniziatici e sfide digitali".
IED Firenze students and teachers had the opportunity to visit an exclusive preview of 'Eccentrica', the permanent collection of the Centro Pecci Pecci, where they met Formafantasma, the designers who have worked on setting up the exhibition.
IED Firenze's presence in the heart of the city is expanding with three study and research hubs, located just a few metres from each other behind the Duomo.
Managing Director at IDA, he managed international marketing campaigns for some of the world's leading brands including Dolce&Gabbana, FCA, Ermenegildo Zegna, Campari and Disney.