Fashion students from Mod’Art Paris visit LDM

 French fashion school Mod’Art students visit LDM Florence for an intensive seminar on different aspects of the Italian fashion industry. Daily seminars on leathers, jewelry and fashion marketing combined with afternoon visits to workshops, museums and producers made the week long academic trip a huge success. March 2012

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Student Perspectives on Fashion #6

Paris Fashion After jet setting to France for the weekend, we noticed a major trend on the streets of Paris.  Combat boots have become a popular trend among young women.  Women are seen wearing combat boots in the daytime as well as evening.  The boots are made in an array of styles, colors, and fabrics.  Some of the boots…

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Student Perspectives on Fashion #5

Cross Culturally Dressed Italians Similar to any traveler, we arrived in Italy with all kinds of expectations. Naturally, a lot of our expectations were in fact created by the image Italy itself, projects to attract tourists. Well we must say, the gelato is amazing, the pasta dishes are fabulous, the Chianti wines are probably too…

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Italian Street Fashion – #2

As Fashion Week around the globe wraps up, Milan being the second to last fashion capital, Paris following, it was far from disappointing. From the street fashion to the models and paparazzi everywhere, it was hard from looking like a little kid in Disneyland gawking at all the pretty people. We even got into the…

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Italian Street Fashion

  Name: Shelby Morrow Age: 20 Major: Fashion Marketing University: Woodbury University From: Los Angeles, California     Having officially lived in Florence for one month now, I have learned so much about the culture, people, fashion and lifestyle of Italians. As a fashion major, and Italy being one of the world’s most amazing fashion…

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Student Perspectives on Fashion #4

Fur in Florence As we have been in the lovely town of Florence, Italy for the past few weeks, there are numerous fashion differences we have observed. One of the main differences we have noticed here are the wide acceptance of fur and demand for fur here. We were especially interested this specific trend because…

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Student Perspectives on Fashion #3

Bundle Up! What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the word scarf? Winter. Something to keep out the cold. Thick. Wool. Mittens. Gloves. Coat. Or did you think: Fashion. Accessory. Patterns. Colors. Essential part of your outfit. To be honest, the first group of words was my answer to the question. The…

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Student perspective on Fashion #1

Fashion & Anthropology Italians have a reputation for being fashionable and let me tell you that they have not let me down. They are always well-groomed and prepared to look good for the day when they venture out into the Italian streets. I agree with the sentiments I’ve heard that Italians are partial to black…

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