Istituto Marangoni Students Create Collection Themed Around Disney Characters

Aditi Gupta updated on : 05 Oct 2016
16

Istituto Marangoni Milano teams up with Disney Italia to create looks inspired by the ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ film.

Six students from Istituto Marangoni Milano recently collaborated with Disney Italia for a creative project.

Apurva Kulkarni, Elena Faccio, Huiyang Lu, Mereke Maralova, Nathalie Brasser and Shao-yu Wang, who are currently enrolled in the Fashion Elite Master's offered by the Istituto Marangoni Milano, The School of Fashion, accepted the challenge of creating a capsule collection themed around some of the famous Disney characters.

The challenge included the creation of 10 amazing looks inspired from the Disney movie, 'Alice Through the Looking Glass', which was directed by James Bobin and produced by Tim Burton.

The different looks were showcased during the fashion show for the Italian Premiere of the movie, which was staged in the historic setting of Palazzo Reale in Milano. All the looks including both day look as well as night look inspired by the characters of Alice, the Mad Hatter, the White Queen, the Red Queen and Time, were much-admired.

All the attires were differentiated on the basis of colour, which were chosen to represent the style and personality of the five main characters of the movie and each garment was made using various theatrical elements like ruffles and pleats combined with some trendy modern prints and textures. The final work of the students portrayed at the show are also available for purchase.

The step by step development of the whole project, right from the brief of the project to the selection of fabric till the final presentation is available at www.AliceLook.it .

About Istituto Marangoni

Established in 1935, Istituto Marangoni is a private Italian School of Fashion and Design. The main campus of the Institute is located in Milan, Italy and its three other campuses are situated at Paris, London and Shanghai. Earlier, the institute mainly trained its students about pattern making and seamstresses but now it has turned its focus towards product development, fashion design and marketing.

Only a maximum number of 12 candidates a year are enrolled for its Fashion Elite Master's programme. Here, they get a chance to get involved in various exciting projects, which are aimed at providing them with hands on experience to create and develop collection for the International market, which will in turn enhance their individual talent.

Recommended articles

Leave Your Comments Views or Questions here