Istituto Marangoni London, London, United Kingdom
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via verri 4 · 20121 milano · italy
t. +39 (0)2 7631 6680
rue miromesnil 48 · 75008 paris · france
t. +33 (0)1 47 20 08 44
30 fashion street · london E1 6PX · united kingdom
t. +44 (0)20 7377 9347
unit 3002, floor 30, tower 2 · plaza 66 · no 1266 nan jing xi road · shanghai · china
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Sebastian Gunawan is currently one of Indonesia’s biggest fashion houses for couture, bridal, ready-to-wear evening gowns. He has been running his own fashion label in Jakarta since 1993. Indonesian and well known for his glamorous, feminine dresses, Sebastian works alongside his wife and creative partner Cristina Panarese whom he met during their Fashion Design studies at Istituto Marangoni in Milano.
Sebastian Gunawan (Indonesia)
Sabrina is a Chinese designer born in Italy. She began her private journey as a fashion designer when she launched her own brand Ombra in 2013, in pursuit of her own design willingness. With the meaning of “shadow” in Italian, Ombra reflects the concept that everyone is born to be unique no matter what conditions they are under. After completing her Master Course in Fashion Design Womenswear at Istituto Marangoni Milano, she started working as a designer and a patternmaker for several fashion companies such as Areline, BIGS S.R.L, GIXCHI. Over her career, she has also co-designed with Dolce&Gabbana and Giuseppe Zanotti.
Sabrina Hu (China)
Ploi started her fashion design four-year course in 2004 at Istituto Marangoni London and graduated top of her class in 2008. She moved back right after she graduated and started her own business. She has been working with various places in Bangkok such as Nsha (sport brand) and Viera by Raggazze (leather handbags and shoe) for experience and started her own brand in 2010 called HIM and HER. In year 2013, she has a chance to work with Harper's Bazaar Thailand as a Social Media Editor.
Ploi Horwang (Thailand)
Known as China’s youngest independent designer, Haotian Wen moved to Paris when he was only 18. There he studied fashion design at Studio Berçot and then took a three-year course at Istituto Marangoni. In 2011, he founded the namesake brand HAOTIAN WEN in Paris, and a year later he released HAOTIAN WEN's 2013 Spring/ Summer collection themed with "restore", which interpreted the grace and elegance of black and white with bold minimalist design. According to Wen, his mother and the women he met in France were the source of inspiration for his ideas; thanks to women, he has learnt to appreciate their maturity and has proved his dedication to creating and promoting the elegance they deserve.
Haotian Wen (China)
About Istituto Marangoni London, London, United Kingdom (Summary, Fees, Scholarship, Campus Life, etc.)
Istituto Marangoni was founded in 1935 in Milan as “Istituto Artistico dell’Abbigliamento Marangoni”. It now has the education of four generations of students from five continents to its credit and has launched over 40,000 professionals in fashion and luxury, such as Domenico Dolce (Dolce & Gabbana) and Franco Moschino. Istituto Marangoni currently educates 3,000 students per year from 92 countries at its five schools, located in Milano (fashion and design), Paris, London and Shanghai, the international capitals of fashion, design and luxury. Its educational offering, broad and articulated, consists of undergraduate courses (preparatory, three-year, one-year intensive), postgraduate courses (preparatory and one-year master’s) and short courses. In January 2014 the new Istituto Marangoni School of Design opened in Milano, on Via Cerva, close to the current location of the School of Fashion.
Istituto Marangoni is well-represented at a global level with its strong international presence in Europe and Asia at the four locations of Milan, Paris, London and Shanghai.