Raffles Milano Istituto Moda e Design
FSD
莱佛士米兰设计学院三年制本科课程

时装设计

关于风格
边做边学是RM三年制课程的基本原则,
这种培训方式能塑造学生的思维结构、
为学生提供坚实的技术背景、并激发学
生拓宽人生视野的愿望。

如果在7月20号之前进行注册,可享受3000欧的折扣。
学制
三年
小时
1400
开始时间
11月份
语言
意大利语/英语

课程负责人

Maria Canella
Fashion historian
她是欧洲社会史博士,在米兰大学教授 "当代史 "和 "时尚史"。除了服装史和时尚史,她还是城市和地域史的专家。她是系列编辑、会议和展览的策展人,也是书籍和杂志论文的作者,她曾与许多品牌合作管理档案和加强文化遗产,其中包括:Rinascente、Missoni、Freedom。Rinascente、Missoni、Fiorucci、Ferragamo、Curiel、Giorgio Correggiari、Biki、Jole Veneziani、Germana Marucelli、Italo Sport、Sergio Tacchini、Andrea Pfister、Calzoleria Rivolta、Sutor Mantellassi、Barbara Vitti、Walter Albini、Alberto Lattuada。

Fashion design:
designing clothes, accessories and lifestyles

为什么?

时尚系统是一个巨大的领域,错综复杂,且时常不可预测。正因如此,经典和创新需共存。这个领域没有百分之百的成功秘诀:设计师需随时全身心投入工作,对世界保持永恒的好奇心,善于发现外界的千姿百态和各种多元文化:高级时装,流行文化,民族文化等等。设计师需要一双敏锐的眼睛,在经过后天培训后,能够去发现最细微的细节,同时让经典和优雅共存。

职业机会

随着传统的行业逐渐被渗透,和时尚界相关的职业也产生了颠覆性的变化。传统的职业机会包括在各大时尚品牌担任辅助首席设计师的各类职位(如助理设计师,样板师,制作助理,时尚造型师或时尚插画师)和从事自由职业。除此之外,还有一系列的跨界职业机会在国际层面展开,学生们可以在跟创意,生产,经销和营销相关的跨界行业找到自己的发挥之地。在这些情况下,受过专业培训的学生们无疑手握一张王牌。

课程为谁而设

本课程是为持有高中文凭的学生以及来自意大利或外国大学的学生所设计的。申请人应对服装设计和时尚趋势有着浓烈的兴趣,渴望通过自身的设计天赋和才能,诠释自己的设计理念,争取在时尚界享有一席之地。在这三年的课程中,学生们将学会如何间接诠释周围的世界,而这个技能可以让学生们在今后的职业生涯中,每当需要创意发挥时都受益匪浅。

课程设置

第一年:学习基础理念,学生将接触到服装设计的一些基本元素。第二年:深入了解,专注研究一些特定主题。

第三年:完成对专题的研究并准备最终项目和作品集。

学生将有机会在这三年内学习形状,轮廓,材料,生产过程,以及社会因素和习俗是如何对原创设计工程产生影响的。课堂上教师们将鼓励学生表达自己的个性,探索新的领域和前景,挑战自我的极限。

主要的学习领域

– 趋势预测
– 时尚系统
– 艺术和服饰的历史
– 拼贴画系列
– 服装设计
– 面料和原料
– 样板制作
– 时装设计
– 产品开发
– 营销和研究

年度最佳学生

RM会在每学年结束时给每个专业的年度最佳学生颁发奖项。 学生的学术成绩由内部教授委员会进行考核,而作品集则被匿名交给外部专业评审团进行筛选。

师资团队

他们是经验丰富的专业人士,有着多年的教学经验,创立过多个成功项目案例。
他们拥有开阔而广泛的国际视野,是一支高效,有凝聚力的教师团队。教师们热衷于讨论课程的进度,挑战新的机遇,且重视每个学生的个人发展。

Fabrizio Brescianini
图案设计师
Paolo Orlandi
插画家
After his studies at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan, he started producing images that combined classical techniques with modern digital tools. The study of the “sign” allowed him to operate in various fields in communication: he has illustrated monographic books for publishing houses, self-help manuals for De Agostini, and illustrated catalogues for Sharai. Since 2016, he has been collaborating with Mediaset as a visualizer in the creation of storyboards. At the same time, he collaborates with several advertising agencies and publishes his own underground comic books. In 2017, he met Francesco Vezzoli – a meeting which catapulted him into the world of contemporary art as he lent his hand to the artist in the performance “Take my tears” within the itinerating collective performance “Take me I’m yours” staged in the Pirelli Hangar Bicocca in Milan and repeated in 2018 in Villa Medici in Rome.
Maria Canella
时尚历史学家
Ph.D. in History of European Society, she teaches “Fashion history and documentation” and “Fashion publishing and communication” at the Università degli Studi di Milano. Apart from her expertise in the history of fashion and dress, Canella is also an expert on the history of the city and the territory. Editor of various collections of books and conferences, she also collaborated with many brands in managing their historical archives and enhancing their heritage: Biki, Jole Veneziani, Germana Marucelli, sartoria Franco, Curiel, Giorgio Correggiari, Fiorucci, Missoni, Italo Sport, Sergio Tacchini, conceria Stefania, Andrea Pfister, Calzoleria Rivolta, Sutor Mantellassi, Ferragamo, Barbara Vitti, Pia Soli, Associazione Italiana Pellicceria, Walter Albini, Alberto Lattuada. Among her more recent publications are: Sport e stile. 150 anni d’immagine al femminile (Sport and style. 150 years of the female image), Skira; Dalla sartoria al prêt-à-porter (From tailoring to prêt-à-porter), in Consumi della vita quotidiana, il Mulino; Sant Ambroeus. Il dolce salotto di Milano (Sant Ambroeus. Milan’s sweet “salotto”), Skira; Franco il sarto dalle linee semplici (Franco the tailor of simple lines), Nexo; lR 100 Rinascente Stories of Innovation, Skira; La rivoluzione nei negozi Fiorucci (Revolution in Fiorucci Stores), in Epoca Fiorucci, Musei dei Venezia.
Hendrik Fokkema
时装设计师
After graduating from the Academy of Art in Enschede (Netherlands), he left Holland to go to Italy with the dream of working in a fashion design studio. He started with Walter Albini and was later hired as Luciano Soprani’s assistant where he learned to build a fashion collection and had a chance to broaden his knowledge of high-quality made-in-Italy fabrics working back-to-back with the best textile manufacturers. His encounter with Elisabetta Grossi made him decide to share his professional trajectory and to start an entrepreneurial activity opening his own studio with Elisabetta in Milan. He collaborated for several seasons with the associates of the “Ente Comitato Moda” where he was in charge of developing fabric trends. At the same time, he provided the same type of consultancy, with the addition of accessories (buttons, embroideries, trimmings), for Milano Unica – leading international fair in Italian textile manufacturing – and integrated this activity with collaborations as a fashion designer for several Italian and international companies in the fashion industry (Deni Cler, Gruppo Coin, Antonio Fusco, Isaia).
Christian Boaro
时装设计师
Christian Boaro studied Fashion design in Milan, where he graduated in Fashion Design at the Istituto Marangoni. In 2004 he stood out as the only Italian finalist in the international contest for young talents, ITS Talent. He debuted in his professional career working for fashion brands like Versace and Dolce & Gabbana and then continued his professional growth working alongside Gianfranco Ferré, where he designed the line Gf Ferré. Later, he moved on to MSGM, where he coordinated the menswear and womenswear lines. In 2012, he was appointed head designer at Ports 1961, where he worked on all the womenswear collections. In 2015, the Cadidl group hired him as Art Director to relaunch the historical French brand Philippe & Gaston. In 2018, the PlasMA in Milan hosted his first photography exhibition of polaroid shots. Boaro currently collaborates as a freelance designer with several fashion companies.
Gianluca Ferrauto
教练
His professional career has given him the chance to gain experience in different fields: from communication to financing service. He has successfully developed a new business and at the same time renewed new commercial networks and company organizations. He has a peculiar attitude towards strategic thinking, from team work to talent honing and management. As a Coach Manager, he is truly a remarkable specialist of relationships for the development and acquisition of fundamental self-awareness. He has had numerous managerial roles in important Italian and international companies ranging from Commercial Manager in Mondadori Advertising to General Manager in Cemit Interactive Media, and he has been the General Manager in Condé Nast. After a few years in consulting, he came back to the company field as a Managing Director and as CEO of Cerved's Finservice Group.
Fiorenza Spezzapria
时装设计师
In 1988, Fiorenza Spezzapria opened a studio in Milan for collaborations with Italian and international companies. After graduating from IED in Milan with a specialisation in textile design, she started to collaborate with several companies in the industry, such as Callaghan, Basile, Hettabretz, Comitato Moda Italiano, Luciana Zuffi, Brioni, Five Fox Japan, Yinger Group, Nali International, Milano Unica-Boglioli, etc. Her mission is creating “made-to-measure” projects for her clients, from seasonal trends to collection development, all the way to the final presentation, offering the right balance of creativity, market-knowledge, and new technologies.
Gianni Rizzotti
摄影师
A photographer in fashion and advertising, specialised in portraits, he has been collaborating since the beginning of his career with international agencies such as Armando Testa, Leo Burnett, Bcube, JWT, and has worked on projects for important brands in fashion and advertising (Versace, Gianfranco Ferré, Fiat, Nara Camicie, Barcklays, Mattel, Sony Italia, Ferrero, Lego, Volkswagen, San Pellegrino, Pepsi Cola, Red Bull, Alfa Romeo) as well as renowned publishers like L’Officiel India , Condé Nast, Mondadori, Rizzoli, Arbiter. He has published four photography books: Nata per Viaggiar (Born to Travel) (2009) is dedicated to Nara Camicie; About Us (2011), a collection of portraits of 70 international protagonists in the world of custom-made Harley Davidsons. Occhio alla moto (Look out for the bike) (2011) portrays famous Italian people as they had never been seen before; and in Beyond the Chef (2013, edizioni Skira), 35 international starred chefs are portrayed in an ironic and surreal manner. For his work in Beyond the Chef, Rizzotti received the Positive Photography Experience Award at the Positive Business Awards organized in the “Scuola di Palo Alto” in Milan in June 2014. In 2015, he presented the exhibition Shapes in action, where he explored naked female art in large-format works.
Carlo Barbieri
图案制作经理
Pattern maker manager, Barbieri graduated in 1982 as an industrial pattern maker at CFP in Carpi, Italy. For nine years, he collaborated as a manual and CAD industrial pattern maker at Maska, where he was in charge of the plus-size womenswear lines. Later, he entered the Max Mara group, where he managed the pattern making and tailoring departments for thirteen years and was responsible for some of the first womenswear lines of the brand. He then moved on to an experience as Pattern Maker Manager at Liu Jo and currently holds the same position at Twinset Milano. Throughout his career, he has collaborated as a pattern-making and fashion design teacher with the main fashion institutes in Italy.
Massimiliano Spadola
时装设计师
He took his first professional steps in some wool studios in the Biella area, a worldwide known district for its excellence in the material. In the 90s, he attended Istituto Marangoni in Milan where, in 1994, he graduated in Fashion Design. After his studies, he worked as a designer in Sergio Tacchini, dealing with the male sportswear collection. There, he had the chance to develop an understanding of how an entire collection is created. His next experience was in Versace where worked for four years, and then he moved to Gianfranco Ferré Style Office where, for seven years, he has dealt with raw materials, both men and women product development. Today, he deals with research and development for Made in Italy collections for Asian companies.
Federico Piaggi & Stefano Citron
时装设计师
After their artistic studies and respective professional experiences in Valentino Couture and Krizia, they established their partnership in Mila Schön in the 90s, working for almost a decade as consultants, first and creative director, then, dealing with prêt-à-porter and haute couture collections’ design, retail management and advertising. Then, they took on the creative directions of many brands, such as Byblos, Blumarine and Anna Molinari and worked in the Style Office of Gianfranco Ferré, one of the best masters of Made in Italy. Their relationship with the stylist was significant both from a professional and human point of view. They were entrusted with the creative direction of man and woman GFFerrè line. After the premature death of Ferrè, they were appointed brand creative directors. Today, Piaggi and Citron still work as freelancers, collaborating with many companies such as Sobia Rykiel, Les Copains, Genny, Peserico, Cruciani and, more recently, Piazza Sempione.
Paolo Errico
时装设计师
Born and raised in Genoa, Paolo began his career working for Calvin Klein and Versace. In 2000, he moved to Ermenegildo Zegna where he set up Agnona collections. Then, he worked in Roberto Cavalli Group where he designed female collections. In 2003, he graduated in Fashion Design at the University of Urbino. In the same year, he launched the fashion firm with his namesake and, in the following one, he showed his first collection in Milan. Architecture and design are the key sources of inspiration and reference in his work, with the aim to create timeless fashion. Hence, his collections are inspired by the study of primordial geometrical shapes combined with the human body. The result is a multifunctional fashion, with unusual dynamisms and innovative volumes, which design a new female expression and an innovative idea of sensual and plastic elegancy. Today, he lives between London and Paris, working as luxury brand consultant.
Nicola Volpini
时装设计师
He studied in Florence at the Istituto d’arte di Porta Romana di Firenze, Jewellery Faculty, and at ISIA, where he graduated with a final dissertation on a snowboard joint to which he owes the the Compasso d’oro Giovani Prize he has won. His first professional experiences in fashion led him to work with Ermanno Scervino and La Nouvelle bague, where he worked for 7 years as jewelry designer. In 2000, he set up his freelancer activity, which in the years led him to collaborate continuously with the following companies: Damiani, Cartier, Salvatore Ferragamo, Akris, Celine, Maison Margiela and Jil Sander, dealing with both fashion and jewelry. Curiosity and the observation of the phenomena affecting the esthetic perception are the two element that inspire his style. The fusion between handcraft and technological innovation carry a highly personal poetic key: full spaces contrast the empty ones, movement contrasts what is static, and the esthetic research is in constant evolution.
Davide Calluori
数字艺术家
Born in Syracuse, in Sicily in 1978, Davide Calluori graduated in Art from the DAMS school in Bologna, then moved to Milan, where he took a diploma in Graphic Design from the Accademia di Comunicazione. He started his professional career at DLV BBDO as an art director. He then developed an interest in creating and producing images for printing. He became the manager for the post-production, 3D and illustration department. At the beginning of 2016, he teamed up with Daniele Tribi and Francesco Van Straten to establish B612Studio, a structure that works with illustration, 3D, post-production and photography. The clients he has completed projects for include Yamaha, Freddy, Cam, Rolling Stone, Wall Street Institute, Che Banca!, Bayer, Telecom, Sky and Audi. His work appeared in the 2012, 2014 and 2016 editions of the 200 Best Digital Artists Worldwide Annual Award and of the 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide Annual Award published by Lürzer’s Archive.
Laura Lisi
翻译者 / 翻译员
Translator, conference interpreter and professor of English language, she graduated in English Language and Literature at the University of Aarhus and accomplished a research PhD in Theory of Translation at the University of Milan. She has been teaching both in Italian and international universities and in corporate contexts for 15 years. This experience gave her the chance to be able to deal with students from different cultures and educational backgrounds, with the aim to make them reach a good language level for several social and professional operating contexts. Besides, she works as Project Manager for important translation assignments and interpreting projects. She released monographies on language didactics and contributed to numerous academic papers in this field.
Marco Rossano
人类学家
Documentary-maker and visual sociologist, Rossano deals with visual sociology and anthropology at the University of Barcelona, where he concluded a Ph.D. in Sociology in 2016. In 2002, he graduated in Law at the Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II and three years later he obtained his Diploma of specialiation in cinema direction at the Centre d’Estudis Cinematografics de Catalunya. In 2006, he attended and concluded the Master’s Course in Management for Showbusiness at the SDA Bocconi in Milan. An expert in video-making and in the organisation of cultural and theatre events, he has worked at the Piccolo Teatro di Milano (2006) and at the Napoli Teatro Festival Italia (2009-2010). Rossano is the author of documentaries that have participated in various international festivals and is an arduous writer of academic articles and short stories. His research activity falls within the disciplinary field of Sociology and Anthropology, in connection with audiovisual methodologies and techniques.
Lia Luzzatto
色彩顾问
After graduating with full marks from the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, Lia Luzzatto continued her studies, exploring the fields of fashion and specialising in hardcopy and digital chromatic communication. She now works as a colour consultant in many fields, writes books, takes part in seminars and teaches. Because of its symbolic, communicative, psychological and sensory complexity, colour is a vital resource in every visual context. Lia Luzzatto lectures in Colour Theory at the Academy of Communication and the Luxury Lab in the Academy of Luxury in Milan. Writing together with Renata Pompas, whom she met attending Luigi Veronesi’s lectures in chromatology at the Academy, she has published numerous books about colour that are constantly going through reprints for publishers including Hoepli, Il Castello and Bompiani. She is a founder member of the Italian Colour Association’s Colour Group and is a member of its Presidency Council and Scientific Committee. Previously a member of the CISST – Italian Centre for Studying the History of Fabrics – and of ADI, she is currently a member of the ECD Environmental Colour Design of Buenos Aires and of the Stockholm-based Colour Study Group.
Orio Vergani
画廊经营者 / 策展人
After his humanistic studies, Vergani trained himself as a scholar while he worked in a record shop. A brief experience in the world of design led him to become Luigi Settembrini and Francesca Sorace’s assistant in the year 2000 during their collaboration with the Cosmit for the exhibition “1951-2001, Made in Italy?”. In 2001, he founded Nowhere, the first example of a nomad exhibition space, and organised exhibitions in Milan, Paris, and Florence with this format. In 2003, he opened a permanent office in Milan, thus giving substance to his research activity in the field of contemporary art. During the same year, and until 2006, he worked as an editorial consultant for Skira. From 2007 to 2013 he was the Vice President of Startmilano, a sectorial association for the diffusion of contemporary art and culture. He has been writing about art for the newspaper Il Giorno/QN since 2009.
Julia Kim
时装设计师
Julia Kim is a menswear designer in the luxury sector. She was born in Germany to Korean parents. Her multicultural background draw her to one of the most prestigious and international fashion schools: The Royal Academy of fine arts in Antwerp. Under the direction of Walter van Beirendonck she developed her passion for menswear design. During her master year she caught the attention of the design team of Versace and was offered to join the menswear team for the first line of Versace after graduation in 2009. After several years of this beautiful and highly creative experience in Milan, she moved on to become a senior designer at Salvatore Ferragamo in Florence. Working under the creative direction of Massimiliano Giornetti and alongside true Italian artisans of the industries, she continued to deepen her knowledge in menswear. Having a strong connection to Milan she decided to move back to Milan in 2016 where she worked at Bottega Veneta as RTW studio manager under the direction of Tomas Maier. This experience lead her to become head designer of OAMC. Her creativity roots from her deep knowledge of the industry and her multicultural background and environment. Currently she works as a consultant and is in involved in academic work.
Giacomo Luigi Pilato
品牌和商品经理
Giacomo Luigi Pilato was born in Milan in 1985. He graduated from the scientific high school laying very strong foundations in scientific and analytical skills. He subsequently got a Bachelor degree in Systems Engineering at the Department of Management Engineering of the Politecnico University in Milan. Pilato specialised in Fashion with the Master in Brand, Fashion Design and Product Direction at the Milan Fashion Institute created by the University consortium between Bocconi University, Politecnico of Milan and Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. He graduated cum laude and immediately started his professional career in a series of companies focusing on the production of fabrics and materials for luxury goods. Pilato landed his first important role in 2009 at Vivienne Westwood where he stayed for five years overseeing product merchandising in Menswear, Womenswear and coordinating the Accessories collections. He was offered the position of Senior Merchandise & Brand Manager at Neil Barrett in 2014 specialising in Menswear. Giacomo founded his consulting and brand development agency 72mode in 2018 in Milan, enhancing his professional network and establishing collaborative relationships with fashion professionals and the world of production. In 2019 he started working for the N.G.G. streetwear sportswear brands managing all the Menswear & Accessories collections. While pursuing his personal projects Pilato has also been teaching in various Fashion Institutes, including the Accademia del Lusso and the Milan Fashion Institute lecturing and organising workshops in Fashion Merchandising. Teaching is an activity he particularly enjoys because it gives him the opportunity to share his own skills and experiences with those who will be the fashion professionals of the future giving him a great satisfaction and a strong sense of responsibility in return.
Nicoletta Ceccolini
服装设计师
Renzo Catoni
样版设计师
Raffaele Ferrante
设计管理专家
Lucilla Giovanninetti
珠宝设计师
Emanuele Longo
服装设计师
Concetta Marrella
服装设计师
Jacqueline Ceresoli
历史学家/评论家
Chiara Grandesso
平面设计师
After taking her diploma at the Accademia di Comunicazione in Milan, Chiara Grandesso went on to take a Masters in Communication in Art & Design at the Royal College of Art in London. She then won a scholarship to continue pursuing her research at the Kyoto City University of Arts in Japan. Once back in Europe, she won the Parallel Prize and was subsequently invited by Philippe Starck to start working with him in his Paris office. Although she maintained a partnership with the office upon returning to Italy after this experience, she also started doing graphic design work on her own initiative. She has received acknowledgments from both the ADCI and the Padua municipal council Culture Department.
Francesca Ratti
时装设计师
Marta Vitali
皮具设计师
Matteo Bastiani
皮具开发商
Alessia Locatelli
摄影师 / 评论家
Matteo Bardoscia
通信设计师

公司和品牌

经过近三十年的发展,Raffles Group与多家知名企业和品牌建立了合作关系,邀请他们合作参与学校的三年制和硕士课程。学院与这些享有盛名的商业伙伴建立起的深度合作关系有效促进了学界和商界之间的沟通。

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周一会谈

在每个周一晚上6点30分,Raffles Milano会邀请一位设计界的风云人物来学校参加会谈。学生们可以趁此机会与专业人士进行沟通和切磋,听他们讲述自身的经历从而受到启发。这是一个不可多得的机会,与我们的专业课程相辅相成。以下是明年的会谈安排。

入学申请

学生可通过填写并发送页面底部的“入学申请”表格来申请入学,或者直接电话联系学校秘书处。学校在收到申请人的所有材料以及自荐信后,会设定一个与教科主任或校长面试的日期:学生可以在面试当日介绍自己,阐述选择RM的理由,同时亦可了解到学校的一些校训和基本制度(承诺,奉献和基本教学规则)。如面试结果为通过,学生将收到一封正式的入学通知书,到时学生亦可选择接受或拒绝。

申请所需材料:
– 自荐信
– 意大利或欧盟的公民需提供身份证或护照
– 100欧元申请费的付款收据
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学生可在收到学校的官方录取通知书后进行报名注册。所有符合录取条件的学生在正式注册时需支付注册费和年度学费(学费根据学生的家庭年收入共分为四档)。学生可以选择一次性付清年度学费,也可以在付完注册费和第一期学费后把剩余的另分两期支付:第二期学费必须在第一学期开始前支付,第三期学费必须在第二学期开始前支付。最后一个选择是把学费分十期付,一个月付一期,第一期需和注册费一起缴纳(报名费+第一期学费),最后一期学费则不能迟于报名注册后的第九个月。

欧盟和欧洲贸易自由联盟区的学生
注册费+学费标准 (根据家庭年收入ISEE指标制定):

第一档:年收入不超过40.000欧
注册费:3.000欧
年度学费:5.000欧
第二档:年收入在40.001至70.000欧之间
注册费:3.000欧
年度学费:7.000欧
第三档:年收入在70.001至100.000欧之间
注册费:3.000欧
年度学费:9.000欧
第二档:年收入超过100.001欧
注册费:3.000欧
年度学费:12.000欧

非欧盟和欧洲贸易自由联盟区的学生
注册费:3.000欧
年度学费:16.000欧
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