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The Project

Sportswear in the history and iconography of Max Mara is the theme on which six students have worked to realize an outfit of a personal capsule collection. Each of them has followed a path of research and realization in a direct relation with the Company, up to the final presentation of the outfit and the research related to it.

 

Area: Design
Courses: Design
Campus: NABA Milan
Collaboration: Max Mara

Project Leaders

Colomba Leddi
Fashion Design Area Leader
Alessandro Manzi
Project Leader
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Students involved

Riccardo Scaburri, Ambra Meneguolo, Valentina Trevisan, Jacopo Sileo, Carlotta Perego, Fabio Lelii

Photo: Marcello Dino

Stylist: Elisa Voto

Grooming: Claudia Malavasi

Model: Amy@Indipendent Management, Emma@D’Management

Light design assistant: Luca Trigilio

Digital assistant: Alessandro Albano

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