Students from the two-year Master’s program in Fashion and Textile Design by NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti, have designed five projects based on the reinterpretation of five iconic bags displayed in Glammy Boulevard. During the planning phases, the students from NABA were coordinated by Nicoletta Morozzi, Leader of NABA Fashion Projects.
The students who participated in the initiative are: CHU SIYUAN, CONVERSANO GIULIA,DOMOKOS MIHALY, HUANG JO-WEI, LI WANJING, LIU JINGJING, LOOR LOOR SHIRLEY, SANDGREN SUSANNE, SUTEVA LIDIYA, TAO RAN, TEKIN GODZE, ASLAN SENAY, WANG JIAJUN.
NABA – Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti
This private academy legally recognized by the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research (MIUR) offers two- and three-year programs in Italian or English in the fields of design, fashion, communication, media, scenography, and visual arts and offers internationally recognized degrees.
Today, NABA Milan hosts approximately 4,000 students from about 70 countries worldwide. During the courses, students develop real projects with companies and institutions. Some of the brands they have collaborated with to date are: Armani, Giugiaro, Gucci, Jil Sander, Leo Burnett, Luceplan, MTV, Nokia, Pininfarina, The Swatch Group, Teatro alla Scala and Whirlpool.
Domus Magazine listed NABA among the 100 best schools of Design-Architecture in Europe and Frame listed it among the 30 best postgraduate schools in the world and in the Global Fashion School Ranking by BoF – Business of Fashion.
The school supports students in the identification of their professional careers. 80% find work within one year of graduating. NABA is part of Laureate International Universities, a network of more than 70 institutions in 25 different countries around the world.