Event – organized by CNA Federmoda – which offers opportunities for young people to enter the world of fashion and companies to tap into new creative life.
The National Young Profession Fashion Design Competition – RMI, a prize event launched by CNA Federmoda, sponsored by AltaRoma, takes place in Rome in July.
The project was born with the aim of rewarding young talents of Made in Italy fashion, encouraging creativity and encouraging the professional development of young people who dream of entering the world of fashion as protagonists.
CNA Federmoda – AltaRoma Competition 2019
It took place Sunday, July 7 the final of the competition in which participated Daniel Adami, a student of the three-year Fashion Design selected from the list of candidates by a technical commission composed of leading personalities in the fashion sector including Laura Lusuardi (Max Mara), Deanna Ferretti Veroni (Modateca Deanna), Elena Salvaneschi (TheOneMilano), Beppe Pisani, Caterina Rorro (Lectra Italia) and Piergiovanni Vitalini (Forza Giovane).
CNA Federmoda – AltaRoma Competition 2018: Modartech wins the special prize for the best modeling proposal
“For taking up craftsmanship and tailoring with a modern language and attention to social intent”. For this reason, Fabio Pucci, third year student of the Fashion Design course which won the special prize for the best modeling proposal of the “XXVIII Concorso Nazionale Professione Moda Giovani Stilisti CNA Federmoda – RMI 2018” in collaboration with AltaRoma.
The only student of a Tuscan institute to take part in the competition, he brought the result of three years of study to the Roman catwalk, combining know-how, attention to detail, passion for tailoring, the recovery of traditional techniques and the attention to the environment.
CNA Federmoda – AltaRoma Competition 2017
Streetstyle, spray cans and gas masks: it’s called The New Existance, the apparel collection created by Laura Stellato, a student of Fashion Design course of Istituto Modartech, the only Tuscan that has been selected for the final at the 25th edition of the Nazionale Professione Moda Giovani Stilisti competition, promoted by CNA Federmoda in collaboration with AltaRoma, the capital’s fashion week.
With her reinterpretation of Street Art and clothes made of organic cotton, denim with second hand jeans and enriched with stencils made with water-filled cans, Laura Stellato has defeated the competition of over 1000 candidates, accessing along with twenty other young designers from from all over Italy to the final stage of the competition.