A tribute to the important Milanese fashion school that helped shape some of the major designers and fashion professionals of our day. A veritable who’s who of the fashion world, this handsomely illustrated book celebrates 80 years of the prestigious fashion and design school, which was established in Milan in 1935 and has since added campuses in London, Paris, and Shanghai. It has trained three generations of students, acting as a springboard for thousands of creative professionals that went on to work at such major fashion houses as Armani, Gucci, Prada, Yves Saint Laurent, and Valentino. With previously unreleased photographs by Aldo Fallai, this inspiring volume features profiles on the school’s most creative and successful alumni, who include Franco Moschino, Domenico Dolce (Dolce & Gabbana), Alessandro Sartori (Berluti), and Francesco Russo (Dior).
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About the Author
Cristina Morozzi is a design and fashion editor, books and exhibitions curator, art director, and art, fashion, and design expert. She is also the former editor in chief of MODO magazine. Aldo Fallai collaborated with Giorgio Armani in the late 1970s, creating some of the most important advertising campaigns of recent decades.