The student of the Fashion Design course awarded during the Milan Fashion Week at the event promoted by the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana.
Giulia Barbieri wins the sixth edition of Milano Moda Graduate, the event organized by the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana that brings the best talents of Italian fashion schools to the catwalk.
The young creative, who is concluding her studies in Fashion Design with the release of the First Level Academic Diploma, brought the “Look Over” collection created in the Modartech Institute laboratories to the catwalk of the Museo della Permanente in Milan preview at the Institute’s Digital Fashion Show.
Outfits that speak of integration and cultural plurality and are based on the craftsmanship and refinement of entirely handmade knitwear, crochet and leather accessories, the result of collaboration with companies in the fashion districts in Tuscany.
The collection won the Milano Moda Graduate international jury chaired by Carlo Capasa, president of the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana and by important fashion and communication companies including: Ferragamo, Tsum, Harper’s Bazar, La Rinascente, MF Fashion, ETRO, Vogue Talents, Sugar and Penelope.
Congratulations to Serena Carpita, a student of the Fashion Design course, who took part in the fashion show in the YKK section with an outfit from the entirely sustainable “Chimney Sweep Shout” collection revisited with the closing accessories of the Japanese company.