×
3 577
Fashion Jobs
FRASERS GROUP
Information Security Governance Analyst
Permanent · SHIREBROOK
L'OREAL GROUP
l'Oreal Luxe Multibrand Retail Account Manager
Permanent · London
COTY
National Account Manager
Permanent · London
TK MAXX
Loss Prevention Officer-tk Maxx High Street Kensington-Full Time
Permanent · London
HARRODS
Uniformed Security Officer - Thatcham Distribution Centre
Permanent · THATCHAM
HARRODS
Senior CRM Retention Executive
Permanent · LONDON
JOHN LEWIS
Section Manager Stock And Inventory – Nights
Permanent · BLETCHLEY
SELFRIDGES
HR Administrator (Part-Time)
Permanent · ENDERBY
SELFRIDGES
Digital Personal Shopping Content Manager
Permanent · LONDON
EVERLAST GYMS
General Assistant - Everlast Fitness
Permanent · POOLE
EVERLAST GYMS
General Assistant - Everlast Gyms
Permanent ·
ZARA
Zara High Wycombe - General Manager
Permanent · HIGH WYCOMBE
HEAD OFFICE
Senior Finance Analyst, Commercial Finance
Permanent · BRACKNELL
JOHN LEWIS
Section Manager Stock And Inventory – Nights
Permanent · BLETCHLEY
HOUSE OF FRASER
Loss Prevention Supervisor - House of Fraser
Permanent · READING
EVERLAST GYMS
General Assistant - Everlast Fitness
Permanent · CAMBRIDGE
BERSHKA
New Position - Bershka Operations Manager - Stratford
Permanent · LONDON
AVON
Internal Audit Manager Natura &CO
Permanent · LONDON
COTY
Trade Marketing Manager
Permanent · London
JOHN LEWIS
Section Manager Customer Delivery Hub
Permanent · LONDON
FLANNELS
Beauty Brand Manager – Pat Mcgrath Labs
Permanent · ROTHERHAM
CLAUDIE PIERLOT UK
Stock Contoller - Permanent - Selfirdges London
Permanent · LONDON
Published
Oct 27, 2016
Share
Download
Download the article
Print
Click here to print
Text size
aA+ aA-

Max Mara & Woolmark launch textile design competition

Published
Oct 27, 2016

Fashion school Instituto Marangoni, Max Mara, and the Woolmark Company have come together to create the Textile Project. This project will work with Instituto Marangoni’s Fashion Design students to highlight the value of quality raw materials.

Courtesy Instituto Marangoni


Each student is tasked to make their outfits with a minimum of 90% wool. The students selected for the project are Celeste Chiaramonte, Lucia Sanjust Di Teulada, Carlotta Ferrari, Immacolata Greco, Marzia Lombardo, Shames Michael Lutchmiah, Martina Micci, Yu Yao, and Yu Yue. 

MaxMara and Instituto Marangoni professors will assist the students in the design project. The Woolmark Company will also be sharing with the students all the company’s knowledge of Merino wool, as well as teaching them the qualities and versatility of the fiber.

The Woolmark Company is an Australian-based subsidiary of the Australian Wool Innovation. The Woolmark logo is designed to recognize high-quality innovation and excellence in wool.

Instituto Marangoni is an Italian-based fashion & design school. It currently has campuses in Milan, London, Paris & Shanghai. 

These finalists will be showing one look from their collection in Milan from October 27th to 30th, 2016. The looks will be shown at the Max Mara store in Corso Genova. The display will also include the mood boards and concepts behind the collection.

Copyright © 2023 FashionNetwork.com All rights reserved.