Q&A with Sara ramalli
Daniel Roseberry at Maison Elsa Schiaparelli.
How would you describe your style?
Free from any label or mental closure.
I feel very free and curious to experiment.
Favorite bag model?
Absolutely the Jackie 1961 Gucci bag.
What trends will be the future of Fashion?
Surrealism, divergence, digitization.
1. What pushed you to Istituto Modartech?
My instinct: as soon as I crossed that threshold I breathed air of freedom of expression and discovery, no constraints; I wanted to be part of that world, of that “heritage” visible to all, but also to be the “daughter” of the fusion between passion and culture.
2. How did the Fashion Design course contribute to your career?
Students are provided with the fundamental tools for the profession we want to undertake, in step with the progress of digitization and globalization typical of our days.
3. What skills are important in the world of fashion today?
Always keep your eyes open, be very curious and open minded, along with the ability to work in teams.
4. Tell us about your professional experience and activities.
In my internship experience at Globally Group International Trading Company, I worked in the “Accessories” department of an independent brand called “Pop Bag”, researching materials and trends, developing moodboards and storytelling.
The goal was to create the new sketches for the Autumn/Winter 2022 Bags collection.
5. What are your most significant memories of Modartech?
The educational projects in which I took part, including the collaboration with a well-known outerwear brand, that gave birth to a capsule collection recalling the identity of the brand.
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