IED Master courses promote a multidisciplinary approach and the exchange of knowledges, combining study and research with practical work and organising extracurricular activities.
Through this page we want to present you a preview of your future educational pathway during the Master courses in Fashion Communication & Styling, Fashion Design and Fashion Marketing – From Strategy to Branding, in English at IED Milano, Jewelry Design, in English at IED Roma, Communication and Marketing for Fashion, in Italian at IED Roma, and Fashion Business – From Made in Italy to Global Market Management, in English at IED Firenze. Here we tell you the stories of the students that preceded you, their projects and experiences and the people they met.
Enjoy the trip!
Master course in Jewelry Design at IED Roma
Watch the presentation video of the Master course in Jewelry Design at IED Roma. Inspired by the Italian design features, it empower students to identify their personal vision of jewelry, and to translate that vision into a marketable business prospect.
No creative business strategy is complete without a professional network. Studying at the heart of the fashion industry is the perfect way to develop one. Partners of the Master course include Bulgari, Casato Gioielli, and Galleria Antonella Villanova.
ied firenze special week
Take a look at this project developed during the Special Week: many multidisciplinary teams, including students of the Master course in Fashion Business, worked alongside local and international companies to come up with innovative ideas. Il Bisonte is a historical leather brand in Florence and our students designed 3 different user experiences, online and off line, according to the company’s values and identity.
ied firenze for ape piaggio
The famous Italian motorcycle company provided brand materials and moodboards. After a careful analysis, the students designed a new product and packaging concept for one of the following categories of goods: infantswear / kidswear, bags and accessories, stationery, gift and houseware.
Visit the gallery to see a selection of the projects.
damigella, a project for casato
A dragonfly is the logo of Casato, a brand with over 10 years of history in representing feminine beauty and elegance. And Michele Bianconcini, IED Roma students from the Master course in Jewelry Design, really got a bull’s eye with his collection Damigella, designed after the brief’s launching by the company. It took half a year and many reviews by Casato’s representatives, but the design process with all its steps came to a beautiful and ready-to-market collection perfectly matching the Maison’s values. Take a look at the gallery to have an overview of the design phases.
Fashion Communication and Styling - Final Projects
STILL LIFE SHOOTING CLASS
A photography technique used in publishing and advertising for visually represent and promote fashion items. Starting from the topic “making art with fashion“, each student of IED Milano Master course in Fashion Communication and Styling has selected one or more fashion objects and used it in different storytellings. Check the pictures from the classes.
brand management with bikkembergs
Academic lectures and a brand development project for Bikkembergs: this is what our IED Milano students in Fashion Marketing did as final test for the Brand Management module, taught by the company’s Brand Manager.
lecture with tamu mcpherson
Photographer, founder of the website All the pretty birds, fashion passionate. She had some important pieces of advice for IED Milano students in Fashion Communication and Styling.
a high jewelry collection
Each student of the IED Roma Master course in Jewelry Design is called to design a high jewelry collection focusing on precious stones and new technologies. This is the project designed by Rayzza Lopez, who took inspiration from the work of Piero Dorazio, an Italian contemporary painter among the main members of the Italian abstract art.
FASHION MARKETING - FINAL PROJECTS
Discover more about the works carried out by the students.
Here are some of the companies and institutions students worked with:
Milan – Alcantara, Alessandro Ruffino, Andrea Pompilio, Avirex, Bikkembergs, Boglioli, Breil, Brums, Buyvip, Emiliano Laszlo, Jeckerson, Lanieri, Lucio Vanotti, McArthur Glen, Praio, Radà, Save the Duck.
Rome – Bm Consulting, Bulgari, David Naman, Egon von Furstenberg, Fondazione Roberto Capucci, Gattinoni, Giulia Barela, Meltin’ Pot, Multipartner, Only4few, Twin-Set Simona Barbieri.
Florence – Adidas, Braccialini, Conbipel, D.A.T.E., Harmont&Blaine, Luisaviaroma.com, Monnalisa, Patrizia Pepe, Peuterey, Salvatore Ferragamo, Stone Island, Tod’s, Vogue.
a jewelry collection from ied roma
Final Project by a IED Roma student from the course in Jewelry Design. For her jewelry collection I am your Venus, she took inspiration from the concepts of beauty, movement, innovation and heritage and completed the work with a market analysis. Visit the gallery to see some of the production’s phases.
MASTER IN FASHION DESIGN - FINAL PROJECTS
fashion design exam: bespoke workshop
Bespoke is a very contemporary topic in the fashion and handcraft. It is also an exam within the IED Milano course in Fashion Design, a real workshop that students face under the guidance of an expert of tailoring techniques. During the last edition of the course, they created tailored jackets including a personal creative touch. Take a look at the pictures from the day of projects examination.
the work behind a final project
The experience of showing a Final Project about the Innovation topic to a commission consisting in professionals coming from different fields: watch the video! Students are from the IED Milano Master course in Fashion Marketing.
fashion communication and styling final projects
Scenes from the Final presentation’s day, pictures of the students’ projects, their testimonies and that of the teachers: watch the video that tells the story of the work behind a Final Project in Fashion Communication and Styling.
career day: from the course to the job market
Besides the specific classes of each course, Master students are involved in transversal activities related to creativity, innovation and employment. IED philosophy has always been addressed both to educational and professional growth, supporting students in their careers.
For this reason, Career Days are expected every year for students from different Master courses. They consist in meetings with companies’ and agencies’ HRs and Top Managers, having the aim of selecting new profiles among the students.
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They enhance participants’ profiles thanks to a project-based approach, specialized and technical trainings combined with transversal knowledge and managerial skills. Check out the Master courses’ educational offer: Master in Italy.
the work behind a final project
The mission for the IED Milano Thesis in Fashion Design was to express the students’ perspective, after a detailed analysis of contemporary fashion brands. Take a look at the collections and the testimonies in this video.
brand heritage lesson by bulgari
A special partnership, the occasion for IED Roma students of the Master course in Jewelry Design to learn from the greatests: the Brand Heritage department of the iconic jewelry maison Bulgari held a lesson about the brand’s tradition and about how the brand heritage can inspire designs of the future.
IED Milano students from the Master course in Fashion Marketing visited Missoni’s headquarter under the special guidance of Ottavio Missoni jr. They had the chance to get to know the brand’s history, vision and modus operandi closely.
SPECIAL LESSON: JOHN DAVID MOONEY
Art and fashion, a complex and articulated relationship that elevates itself with blends and mutual inspiration. For this reason, IED Roma students from Communication and Marketing for Fashion met the artist John David Mooney, international guru of landscape art and more, Founder and Art Director of The John David Mooney Foundation. He described his own idea of art: going beyond museums boundaries and using the cities as forms of canvases.
a bespoke project with water soluble fabric
The concept behind the collection that Eunjoo Lee from IED Milano Master course in Fashion Design created at the end of the workshop Bespoke was: also miners and mechanics can be fashionable by mixing the right materials with high quality bespoke techniques.
Bespoke is one the workshops that students have to face during their course: it is something a designer creates from scratches specifically for one person. Eunjoo wanted to avoid any synthetic material using a new water soluble fabric for both men and women in their 20s and 30s who love streetwear and that unicity that only handmade clothes have.