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CRAFTING FASHION IDENTITY

Teaching Methods
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Teaching Methods
Teaching Methods
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CRAFTING FASHION IDENTITY
Teaching Methods
Teaching Methods

In Fashion Business Level 3: Emotional Branding, students thoroughly explore brand establishment and identity formation. The curriculum provides a multifaceted approach, integrating business strategy, marketing, and visual aesthetics. Students gain insights into financial management within the dynamic fashion industry, emphasizing a comprehensive understanding of brand identity across business, marketing, and visual dimensions. The unit also covers the financial aspects of fashion, including fashion brand analysis, digital approaches, finance management, creative research, and strategic mastery.

Learning Outcomes
Learning Outcomes

The Fashion Business Level 3 course explores the relationship between the fashion industry and its market, analyzing core values and strategic approaches. It equips students with a thorough understanding of brand identity and its development, highlighting its link to marketing and communication strategies. The program also focuses on advanced digital skills, allowing students to excel in creating impactful presentations using various tools to bolster a company’s digital marketing potential. Moreover, students assess the financial complexities essential for effective strategic business planning. These learning outcomes seamlessly align with subsequent levels of the One Year Vocational Program, supporting the progressive development of students as fashion business professionals through a customized curriculum and practical experience.

Industry Engagement
Industry Engagement

Our school prioritizes building valuable industry connections in fashion and design for students. With over 80 partnerships with luxury brands in the Miami Design District, students gain special access to practical experiences and insights. Our networking events attract professionals to our campus, expanding students’ networks. We also provide exclusive opportunities for voluntary work, internships, and jobs to empower students with practical experience. Tailored seminars are offered to equip students with skills and knowledge to navigate the fashion industry confidently. Our comprehensive approach ensures students are well-prepared to succeed in the competitive fashion business landscape and beyond.

Facilities and Resources
Facilities and Resources

Nestled in the bustling Design District, our Istituto Marangoni Miami campus is housed in a contemporary seven-story building designed to cater to students’ needs and encourage an environment conducive to learning and innovation. Our facilities encompass tailored classrooms, a state-of-the-art photography studio, a design workshop, and computer labs equipped with leading software such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, and Clo3D for digital design. Additionally, we provide various resources to aid students’ academic and professional development, including an extensive physical and virtual library stocked with research materials and essential references. You can visit our Miami campus or schedule a virtual tour for more information about our offerings.

How To Apply
How To Apply

Register for our 11-Week fashion business course today by completing the online application. Following this, you will be sent an email containing comprehensive guidance on the enrollment process, necessary document submission, and visa procedures for eligible participants. Our Designated School Officials (DSOs) team stands ready to guide international attendees through the visa application process. We offer assistance with housing, orientation, and indispensable details upon enrollment.

CURRICULUM

Fashion Business Level 3, “Emotional Branding,” delves into brand creation and identity development in the fashion business landscape. The course offers a holistic perspective, covering essential elements like business strategy, marketing expertise, and visual aesthetics. Additionally, it delves into financial management specific to the dynamic fashion industry, equipping students with skills for brand sustainability and success in the competitive market.

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FASHION BRANDING

Participants will delve into the strategic development and management of fashion brands. They will explore brand identity, positioning, and communication strategies within the context of the fashion industry. This course emphasizes brand storytelling, consumer engagement, and brand equity, preparing participants to build and elevate fashion brands in a competitive market.

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FINANCE MANAGEMENT

Students will learn essential financial concepts and techniques, including budgeting, forecasting, and financial analysis. They will explore practical applications in the fashion industry, equipping them with the skills to manage finances effectively, make informed business decisions, and ensure the financial health of fashion enterprises.

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INTERNATIONAL CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

Participants will examine cultural, economic, and social factors that influence consumer behavior in global markets. They will gain insights into cross-cultural marketing strategies, market segmentation, and consumer trends, enabling them to develop effective international marketing campaigns and strategies.

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GREEN MARKETING

Students will explore environmentally friendly strategies for product development, marketing, and operations. They will cover topics such as ethical sourcing, sustainable materials, and eco-friendly branding, preparing them to address sustainability challenges and opportunities in the fashion business.

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DIGITAL MARKETING AND E-COMMERCE

Students will learn advanced techniques for online marketing, including social media marketing, content creation, and search engine optimization (SEO). They will also explore e-commerce platforms and strategies for driving online sales, preparing them for digital marketing and e-commerce management careers within the fashion industry.

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INDUSTRY PROJECT

Students will work on an Industry Project that integrates and applies their knowledge and skills acquired throughout the program. They will collaborate with industry partners on real-world projects, addressing current challenges and opportunities in the fashion business. This course emphasizes teamwork, problem-solving, and project management, providing students with valuable hands-on experience and industry connections.

TUITION AND COST

Cost and Fees Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4  Total One Year Program Cost
Tuition and Cost  $12,000 $10,000 $8,000 $8,000 $38,000
Campus Fee per Level  $250 $250 $250 $250 $1,000
Digital Resource Fees per Level $350 $350 $350 $350 $1,400
Graduation Fee  N/A N/A N/A $400 $400
Total Cost of Attendance  $12,600 $10,600 $8,600 $9,000 $40,800

At Istituto Marangoni Miami, we understand that each student’s financial situation is unique. That’s why we offer various payment options tailored to the specific program you are applying to. For detailed information about the payment opportunities available for our programs, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with one of our representatives. They will be delighted to assist you in finding the best program for you and answer any questions you might have. 

* For a comprehensive overview of our tuition, fees, and refund policy, kindly access and download our catalog for detailed information.
*For finance-related inquiries, please contact the Finance Department at finance@immiami.com.

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Internships

Istituto Marangoni Miami provides tailor-made internships for students specializing in fashion design, fashion business, styling, or interior design. These Internships offer valuable hands-on experience to complement academic learning and prepare students for successful careers in the fashion and design industry.

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Industry Networking Sessions

Building a solid and extensive professional network is crucial for advancing your career at Istituto Marangoni Miami. Our ‘In Conversation With’ sessions allow students to gain insights from accomplished fashion and design experts. Moreover, our knowledgeable faculty, events, volunteer opportunities, and brand collaborations all contribute to fostering connections within the industry, enabling students to grow their professional networks.

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Fashion Contests

At Istituto Marangoni Miami, we believe in the power of hands-on experience and healthy competition as crucial drivers of learning. That’s why we offer our students the exciting opportunity to participate in fashion and design contests. These contests provide students with real-life industry challenges, from crafting business or creative direction proposals to designing for partnered brands. Students gain valuable insights into industry dynamics, sharpen their skills, and enhance their professional portfolios by participating.

Competitions

Participating in our various contests and competitions will allow you to display your skills and earn acknowledgment. From marketing challenges to business presentations, aspiring entrepreneurs and marketers can obtain industry feedback, bolstering their presence in the fashion community and strengthening their portfolios. Compete, increase visibility, and unleash your creative capabilities.

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MEET OUR
FACULTY

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Nathalie Tessier's journey in the fashion world began with studying fashion design in Paris, where she initially found her passion. However, as she delved deeper into the industry, she realized her true calling lay in the business side of fashion. She embarked on a remarkable career path upon graduation, joining the esteemed brand Celio. At Celio, Nathalie assumed the director role, overseeing various crucial aspects such as designing and managing international market collections, product distribution, and spearheading marketing campaigns. Her responsibilities included pioneering new store concept prototypes and demonstrating her multifaceted expertise in shaping the brand's identity and market presence. Nathalie's tenure in Paris enriched her professional journey as she collaborated with renowned brands like Celio Sport, Dooble, and Sud Express, further deepening her understanding of the intricacies of the fashion business world. Today, Nathalie brings her wealth of experience and insights to her role as the program leader for the Fashion Business program at IMM, where she guides and inspires aspiring professionals to navigate and excel in the dynamic realm of fashion business. Teaching Areas: Trend Forecasting, Fashion Marketing: Principles and Practices, Production 360 and Fashion Entrepreneurship-Thesis
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Nathalie Tessier
Fashion Business Program Leader
Alessandro has 24 years of expertise in developing brand equity and pioneering digital marketing across different cultures, nations, and businesses. As the Chief Marketing Officer at Under Armour, De Pestel led all the marketing aspects of the brand. He served previously as Executive Vice President of Marketing, Communications, and Consumer Insights for Tommy Hilfiger Global/PVH Europe, executing global alignment, planning, and strategies to support the company’s product directives and initiatives. De Pestel also worked as International Communications Director for Christian Dior Parfums in France and Vice President of Global Marketing for Omega Watches in Switzerland. Teaching Areas: International Customer Behavior, Fashion Entrepreneurs, Creating Communicating & Delivery Luxury and Omni-Channel Distribution  
read more
Alessandro De Pestel
Fashion Business Professor
Roxana Frontini teaches our students how to excel at managing marketing projects and teams, integrating strategies, and implementing complex initiatives for success. She incorporates her robust problem-solving abilities and entrepreneurial mindset into all her teaching and projects. Roxana is a proactive leader with extensive experience in fostering the growth of global companies in the media, fashion, music, and creative sectors. Possessing Master’s Degrees in Technology and Business Management and a double major in Law and Business, Roxana holds expertise in utilizing data-driven and highly creative marketing through technology and innovation to drive purposeful profitability and business expansion. Teaching Areas:  Ethics, Branding, Marketing & Communications
read more
Roxana Frontini
Fashion Business Professor
Cece Feinberg brings over 21 years of experience, from running her full-service boutique PR agency to the Marangoni Miami classroom. With a Bachelor of Science in Business from Cornell University, she specializes in national consumer media placement, brand building, and event management for clients in the fashion, art, and consumer goods industries. As the founder of Cece Feinberg PR, she excels in brand and product positioning, global media strategies, fashion show and event media management, editorial trafficking, new product launches, and re-launches of established brands. Her diverse clientele includes fashion brands (swimwear, lingerie, denim, etc.), accessories (shoes, bags, watches, jewelry), toy brands, trade shows, artists, galleries, museums, and retailers. Teaching Areas: Communication Strategies, Fashion Communication, Social Media Management, and History of Dress and Costume
read more
Cece Feinberg
Fashion Styling Professor
Inés Sabalza brings over two decades of multifaceted experience in the fashion industry, predominantly from NYC, focusing on sales, distribution, and business operations. She has collaborated with various entrepreneurs throughout her prominent career, effortlessly navigating startup terrains and structured corporate landscapes. A foundation in technology from her educational pursuits has always underpinned Inés’s work, offering her unique perspectives in an industry constantly reshaped by digital advancements. In 2019, Inés transitioned to Miami, channeling her industry insights to educate emerging fashion enthusiasts at Istituto Marangoni. As an esteemed Professor, she leads courses in business and marketing tailored for the ever-evolving world of fashion, emphasizing the symbiotic relationship between fashion and technology. Her curriculum underscores real-world interactions, ensuring students grasp theoretical concepts and their tangible applications in today’s tech-driven fashion landscape. Recognizing that technology will continue to reshape the fashion world at an even more rapid pace, Inés consistently advocates for the fusion of fashion with the latest tech trends, striving to shape the next generation of industry leaders who are both fashion-forward and tech-savvy. Teaching Areas: Introduction to Fashion, Fashion Marketing and Fashion Branding
read more
Ines Sabalza
Fashion Business Professor
Saul Kapilivsky, originating from a background in garment production, earned a Fashion Design MFA from the Academy of Art University. His career spans over 34 years, during which he created Mother of the Bride dresses, introduced wholesale evening wear lines, and styled renowned personalities like Aretha Franklin and Deidre Hall. He has also provided attire for participants in competitions like Miss America and Miss Universe while representing the US in the 1988 Air France Concours International Des Jeunes Créateurs De Mode. Teaching Areas: Pattern Cutting, Digital Pattern 2 - CLO 3D, and Collection
read more
Saul Kapilivsky
Fashion Design Professor
Born and raised in the German countryside, Annette Felder lived in Amsterdam and traveled through Europe and India before studying at London’s Central St. Martins College of Art and Design. After graduating from St. Martins in 2006, Annette co-founded the fashion brand Felder Felder together with her twin sister Daniela Felder, which won them an on-schedule slot at London Fashion Week, New Gen awards for three consecutive seasons and a nomination for the prestigious British Fashion Awards. In 2014, Annette and Daniela dedicated their brand to showcasing positive solutions for a more responsible business model within the fashion industry. Steering away from seasonal collections and wholesale, they shifted their focus to vegan, responsible textile innovations and bespoke production, avoiding overproduction and wastage. Furthermore, Felder Felder has been creating future fashion concepts for clients such as BMWi, Deutsche Bahn, Formula E, and Dr. Hauschka, merging innovation, design, and education through exhibitions, panel discussions, and workshops as part of their continued commitment to purposeful business and communication. Teaching Areas: Green Marketing
read more
Annette Felder
Fashion Business Professor
MEET OUR
FACULTY
All faculty
Nathalie Tessier's journey in the fashion world began with studying fashion design in Paris, where she initially found her passion. However, as she delved deeper into the industry, she realized her true calling lay in the business side of fashion. She embarked on a remarkable career path upon graduation, joining the esteemed brand Celio. At Celio, Nathalie assumed the director role, overseeing various crucial aspects such as designing and managing international market collections, product distribution, and spearheading marketing campaigns. Her responsibilities included pioneering new store concept prototypes and demonstrating her multifaceted expertise in shaping the brand's identity and market presence. Nathalie's tenure in Paris enriched her professional journey as she collaborated with renowned brands like Celio Sport, Dooble, and Sud Express, further deepening her understanding of the intricacies of the fashion business world. Today, Nathalie brings her wealth of experience and insights to her role as the program leader for the Fashion Business program at IMM, where she guides and inspires aspiring professionals to navigate and excel in the dynamic realm of fashion business. Teaching Areas: Trend Forecasting, Fashion Marketing: Principles and Practices, Production 360 and Fashion Entrepreneurship-Thesis
read more
Nathalie Tessier
Fashion Business Program Leader
Alessandro has 24 years of expertise in developing brand equity and pioneering digital marketing across different cultures, nations, and businesses. As the Chief Marketing Officer at Under Armour, De Pestel led all the marketing aspects of the brand. He served previously as Executive Vice President of Marketing, Communications, and Consumer Insights for Tommy Hilfiger Global/PVH Europe, executing global alignment, planning, and strategies to support the company’s product directives and initiatives. De Pestel also worked as International Communications Director for Christian Dior Parfums in France and Vice President of Global Marketing for Omega Watches in Switzerland. Teaching Areas: International Customer Behavior, Fashion Entrepreneurs, Creating Communicating & Delivery Luxury and Omni-Channel Distribution  
read more
Alessandro De Pestel
Fashion Business Professor
Roxana Frontini teaches our students how to excel at managing marketing projects and teams, integrating strategies, and implementing complex initiatives for success. She incorporates her robust problem-solving abilities and entrepreneurial mindset into all her teaching and projects. Roxana is a proactive leader with extensive experience in fostering the growth of global companies in the media, fashion, music, and creative sectors. Possessing Master’s Degrees in Technology and Business Management and a double major in Law and Business, Roxana holds expertise in utilizing data-driven and highly creative marketing through technology and innovation to drive purposeful profitability and business expansion. Teaching Areas:  Ethics, Branding, Marketing & Communications
read more
Roxana Frontini
Fashion Business Professor
Cece Feinberg brings over 21 years of experience, from running her full-service boutique PR agency to the Marangoni Miami classroom. With a Bachelor of Science in Business from Cornell University, she specializes in national consumer media placement, brand building, and event management for clients in the fashion, art, and consumer goods industries. As the founder of Cece Feinberg PR, she excels in brand and product positioning, global media strategies, fashion show and event media management, editorial trafficking, new product launches, and re-launches of established brands. Her diverse clientele includes fashion brands (swimwear, lingerie, denim, etc.), accessories (shoes, bags, watches, jewelry), toy brands, trade shows, artists, galleries, museums, and retailers. Teaching Areas: Communication Strategies, Fashion Communication, Social Media Management, and History of Dress and Costume
read more
Cece Feinberg
Fashion Styling Professor
Inés Sabalza brings over two decades of multifaceted experience in the fashion industry, predominantly from NYC, focusing on sales, distribution, and business operations. She has collaborated with various entrepreneurs throughout her prominent career, effortlessly navigating startup terrains and structured corporate landscapes. A foundation in technology from her educational pursuits has always underpinned Inés’s work, offering her unique perspectives in an industry constantly reshaped by digital advancements. In 2019, Inés transitioned to Miami, channeling her industry insights to educate emerging fashion enthusiasts at Istituto Marangoni. As an esteemed Professor, she leads courses in business and marketing tailored for the ever-evolving world of fashion, emphasizing the symbiotic relationship between fashion and technology. Her curriculum underscores real-world interactions, ensuring students grasp theoretical concepts and their tangible applications in today’s tech-driven fashion landscape. Recognizing that technology will continue to reshape the fashion world at an even more rapid pace, Inés consistently advocates for the fusion of fashion with the latest tech trends, striving to shape the next generation of industry leaders who are both fashion-forward and tech-savvy. Teaching Areas: Introduction to Fashion, Fashion Marketing and Fashion Branding
read more
Ines Sabalza
Fashion Business Professor
Saul Kapilivsky, originating from a background in garment production, earned a Fashion Design MFA from the Academy of Art University. His career spans over 34 years, during which he created Mother of the Bride dresses, introduced wholesale evening wear lines, and styled renowned personalities like Aretha Franklin and Deidre Hall. He has also provided attire for participants in competitions like Miss America and Miss Universe while representing the US in the 1988 Air France Concours International Des Jeunes Créateurs De Mode. Teaching Areas: Pattern Cutting, Digital Pattern 2 - CLO 3D, and Collection
read more
Saul Kapilivsky
Fashion Design Professor
Born and raised in the German countryside, Annette Felder lived in Amsterdam and traveled through Europe and India before studying at London’s Central St. Martins College of Art and Design. After graduating from St. Martins in 2006, Annette co-founded the fashion brand Felder Felder together with her twin sister Daniela Felder, which won them an on-schedule slot at London Fashion Week, New Gen awards for three consecutive seasons and a nomination for the prestigious British Fashion Awards. In 2014, Annette and Daniela dedicated their brand to showcasing positive solutions for a more responsible business model within the fashion industry. Steering away from seasonal collections and wholesale, they shifted their focus to vegan, responsible textile innovations and bespoke production, avoiding overproduction and wastage. Furthermore, Felder Felder has been creating future fashion concepts for clients such as BMWi, Deutsche Bahn, Formula E, and Dr. Hauschka, merging innovation, design, and education through exhibitions, panel discussions, and workshops as part of their continued commitment to purposeful business and communication. Teaching Areas: Green Marketing
read more
Annette Felder
Fashion Business Professor
MEET OUR
FACULTY
All faculty
Nathalie Tessier's journey in the fashion world began with studying fashion design in Paris, where she initially found her passion. However, as she delved deeper into the industry, she realized her true calling lay in the business side of fashion. She embarked on a remarkable career path upon graduation, joining the esteemed brand Celio. At Celio, Nathalie assumed the director role, overseeing various crucial aspects such as designing and managing international market collections, product distribution, and spearheading marketing campaigns. Her responsibilities included pioneering new store concept prototypes and demonstrating her multifaceted expertise in shaping the brand's identity and market presence. Nathalie's tenure in Paris enriched her professional journey as she collaborated with renowned brands like Celio Sport, Dooble, and Sud Express, further deepening her understanding of the intricacies of the fashion business world. Today, Nathalie brings her wealth of experience and insights to her role as the program leader for the Fashion Business program at IMM, where she guides and inspires aspiring professionals to navigate and excel in the dynamic realm of fashion business. Teaching Areas: Trend Forecasting, Fashion Marketing: Principles and Practices, Production 360 and Fashion Entrepreneurship-Thesis
read more
Nathalie Tessier
Fashion Business Program Leader
Alessandro has 24 years of expertise in developing brand equity and pioneering digital marketing across different cultures, nations, and businesses. As the Chief Marketing Officer at Under Armour, De Pestel led all the marketing aspects of the brand. He served previously as Executive Vice President of Marketing, Communications, and Consumer Insights for Tommy Hilfiger Global/PVH Europe, executing global alignment, planning, and strategies to support the company’s product directives and initiatives. De Pestel also worked as International Communications Director for Christian Dior Parfums in France and Vice President of Global Marketing for Omega Watches in Switzerland. Teaching Areas: International Customer Behavior, Fashion Entrepreneurs, Creating Communicating & Delivery Luxury and Omni-Channel Distribution  
read more
Alessandro De Pestel
Fashion Business Professor
Roxana Frontini teaches our students how to excel at managing marketing projects and teams, integrating strategies, and implementing complex initiatives for success. She incorporates her robust problem-solving abilities and entrepreneurial mindset into all her teaching and projects. Roxana is a proactive leader with extensive experience in fostering the growth of global companies in the media, fashion, music, and creative sectors. Possessing Master’s Degrees in Technology and Business Management and a double major in Law and Business, Roxana holds expertise in utilizing data-driven and highly creative marketing through technology and innovation to drive purposeful profitability and business expansion. Teaching Areas:  Ethics, Branding, Marketing & Communications
read more
Roxana Frontini
Fashion Business Professor
Cece Feinberg brings over 21 years of experience, from running her full-service boutique PR agency to the Marangoni Miami classroom. With a Bachelor of Science in Business from Cornell University, she specializes in national consumer media placement, brand building, and event management for clients in the fashion, art, and consumer goods industries. As the founder of Cece Feinberg PR, she excels in brand and product positioning, global media strategies, fashion show and event media management, editorial trafficking, new product launches, and re-launches of established brands. Her diverse clientele includes fashion brands (swimwear, lingerie, denim, etc.), accessories (shoes, bags, watches, jewelry), toy brands, trade shows, artists, galleries, museums, and retailers. Teaching Areas: Communication Strategies, Fashion Communication, Social Media Management, and History of Dress and Costume
read more
Cece Feinberg
Fashion Styling Professor
Inés Sabalza brings over two decades of multifaceted experience in the fashion industry, predominantly from NYC, focusing on sales, distribution, and business operations. She has collaborated with various entrepreneurs throughout her prominent career, effortlessly navigating startup terrains and structured corporate landscapes. A foundation in technology from her educational pursuits has always underpinned Inés’s work, offering her unique perspectives in an industry constantly reshaped by digital advancements. In 2019, Inés transitioned to Miami, channeling her industry insights to educate emerging fashion enthusiasts at Istituto Marangoni. As an esteemed Professor, she leads courses in business and marketing tailored for the ever-evolving world of fashion, emphasizing the symbiotic relationship between fashion and technology. Her curriculum underscores real-world interactions, ensuring students grasp theoretical concepts and their tangible applications in today’s tech-driven fashion landscape. Recognizing that technology will continue to reshape the fashion world at an even more rapid pace, Inés consistently advocates for the fusion of fashion with the latest tech trends, striving to shape the next generation of industry leaders who are both fashion-forward and tech-savvy. Teaching Areas: Introduction to Fashion, Fashion Marketing and Fashion Branding
read more
Ines Sabalza
Fashion Business Professor
Saul Kapilivsky, originating from a background in garment production, earned a Fashion Design MFA from the Academy of Art University. His career spans over 34 years, during which he created Mother of the Bride dresses, introduced wholesale evening wear lines, and styled renowned personalities like Aretha Franklin and Deidre Hall. He has also provided attire for participants in competitions like Miss America and Miss Universe while representing the US in the 1988 Air France Concours International Des Jeunes Créateurs De Mode. Teaching Areas: Pattern Cutting, Digital Pattern 2 - CLO 3D, and Collection
read more
Saul Kapilivsky
Fashion Design Professor
Born and raised in the German countryside, Annette Felder lived in Amsterdam and traveled through Europe and India before studying at London’s Central St. Martins College of Art and Design. After graduating from St. Martins in 2006, Annette co-founded the fashion brand Felder Felder together with her twin sister Daniela Felder, which won them an on-schedule slot at London Fashion Week, New Gen awards for three consecutive seasons and a nomination for the prestigious British Fashion Awards. In 2014, Annette and Daniela dedicated their brand to showcasing positive solutions for a more responsible business model within the fashion industry. Steering away from seasonal collections and wholesale, they shifted their focus to vegan, responsible textile innovations and bespoke production, avoiding overproduction and wastage. Furthermore, Felder Felder has been creating future fashion concepts for clients such as BMWi, Deutsche Bahn, Formula E, and Dr. Hauschka, merging innovation, design, and education through exhibitions, panel discussions, and workshops as part of their continued commitment to purposeful business and communication. Teaching Areas: Green Marketing
read more
Annette Felder
Fashion Business Professor

FAQ

What are the requirements for applying to the 11-Week Fashion Business programs?
Individuals interested in our fashion business courses must be 18 or have a high school diploma. While prior experience in fashion business is not mandatory, an enthusiasm for creativity and knowledge is crucial.
How do I enroll in the 11-Week Level Courses?
To begin your enrollment process in our programs, arrange a meeting with our admissions staff to discuss program details and requirements. Following this discussion, you can submit your online application, with the USD 1000 registration fee deducted from the total tuition. Alongside your application, you will be required to provide the following admission documents: identification, a resume, an English test, a bank statement, and a sponsor letter, if necessary. You will receive comprehensive guidance via email following the meeting with your admissions specialist, who will guide you through the process.
Can I register for Fashion Business Level 3 without having finished Level 1 or Level 2?
Candidates looking to enroll in level 3 of the fashion business program should have completed levels 1 and 2. Yet, those with substantial experience in the field can gain entry into level 2 by undergoing a portfolio assessment. The Academic Committee can grant exemptions after reviewing the candidate's portfolio.
Can international students join the 11-Week Programs provided at Istituto Marangoni Miami?
Yes, International students can enroll in the 11-Week level course. We provide the M1 visa for international students. Our Designated School Official will guide you through the process.
What makes your 11-Week Level Courses different from other programs?
We integrate our Italian heritage into our teaching method by combining fashion expertise with a focus on the American market. Our programs provide a distinct mix of practical training, up-to-date curriculum, and real-world industry exposure.
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