NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti, in Milan goes digital and will launch on 22 September the “NABA Digital Fashion View - Sound of Fashion”, which is an online platform that contains brilliant projects of future fashion talents.
“NABA Digital Fashion View - Sound of Fashion” will showcase all the most talented students' collections of the BA in Fashion Design, selected by a jury composed of journalists, professionals and by relevant Fashion Companies.
The new platform is a creation of Gloria Maria Cappelletti, Creative Director and NABA teacher and Nicoletta Morozzi, NABA Fashion Advisor, who launched the guideline Concept "The Sound of Fashion", through which the students carefully perceive and analyze sounds, shapes and colors that give life to new fashion ideas and innovative contemporary languages. It will also be functional for discovering new emerging talent designers and help them to do their first steps in the Fashion system.
The Academy will also take part to Fashion Graduate Italia, in its innovative digital edition, alongside with the other ten schools part of Piattaforma Sistema Formativo Moda (PSFM), that will follow one another streaming their videos live as part of the Milan Fashion Week. PSFM collaborates with Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana once again, with the aim of enhancing the value of Italian and international fashion schools system. Inside the FGI 2020 dedicated platform, part of Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana’s website, the Academy’s Fashion Design Area presents its DNA through a selection of its student’s works, through a video introduction to the world of NABA enriched by interviews to its students and through a Fashion Film, collecting the most interesting projects of Fashion Design Area.
“NABA Fashion View - Sound of Fashion” will offer its preview inside FGI palimpsest on September 24th at 6.30 pm and will be available inside FGI digital platform until the end of the Fashion week. Discover the platform Here, in the next days.
Lastly, on September 27th NABA will take part to Milano Moda Graduate, the event promoted by Camera Nazionale della Moda. Alumnus Andrea De Luca’s capsule collection will be on the runway, alongside with BA in fashion design student Lucia Grande’s outfit, selected for the YKK prize.