On the occasion of the end-of-year event, prizes were awarded to students who stood out for their creative projects.
Teresa Ferrara was awarded the Pitti Tutoring & Consulting Reward, a recognition that in the past has been awarded to academies such as the Central Saint Martins School in London and the Parsons School of Design in New York and which is given to neo-designers who have distinguished in their work for merit and high creative potential. The young designer in the third year of the Fashion Design degree course, who worked on the “Caos/Calma” collection which focuses on the versatility of knitwear, with plays of heaviness that are both elegant and streetwear, will now have the opportunity to make some mentoring meetings useful in supporting and guiding his professional career.
Nicola Setaro, with the “Le miroir couture” collection instead obtained the first prize of the contest “The Next Switch Award“, assigned by the magazine Switch Magazine, which rewarded the contemporary refinement of the garments of the student’s collection. A work that expresses professional maturity and love for details. For the Modartech student, a brand mentoring and press office journey. Second prize was awarded to Rosalia Paduano, for the “Untradition” collection, while third place went to Brenda Matteucci, with the “Never Enough” collection.
The students of the Communication Design degree course were awarded the Birindelli Auto prizes for the Creative Contest which saw them engaged in a collective project aimed at creating a car wrapping for an electric Mini and devising a social promotional campaign, launched on TikTok .