iACADEMY’s iSCE Conquers Italian Fashion

Italian high fashion takes center stage as iACADEMY teams up with Polimoda International Institute of Fashion Design in Florence, Italy.

Sharing with all of you the latest fashion course offering from iACADEMY. As someone who has been into fashion for as long as I can remember (and even considered getting myself into fashion school!) this is one opportunity you should consider for yourself, especially if you’re a huge fan of the work of many renowned Italian fashion designers. This just might be your ticket to haute couture stardom.

Armani. Ferragamo. Versace. Valentino. These are but a few fashion designers that are well known around the world. What do they all have in common? They’re all Italians.

Italy as we know is not only famous for its rich history, renaissance art, romantic locales, fine wine and delectable cuisine, but for fashion. High fashion. Italy is where the fashion capital of the world is. And though this may be challenged by many, Italy is believed to be the main hub of haute couture and fashion forward ideas in the modern era.

This is the reason iACADEMY School of Design and the School of Continuing Education (iSCE) has teamed up with Polimoda International Institute of Fashion Design in Florence, Italy and came up with a special program that allows for students and working professionals who have a keen interest in fashion and travel to be educated right in the center of high fashion.

The program consists of short courses in Fashion Drawing, Accessories Design and Fashion Event Staging. Experience a month in Polimoda, Italy and learn from the masters of style and design. Be educated not just on fashion and design but about the business of fashion.

Only iSCE offers this once-in-a-lifetime study program with a prestigious international educational institution.

For more details about the program and schedule, please contact iACADEMY School of Continuing Education at 889-7777 loc. 820/821 or e-mail isce@iacademy.edu.ph.

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