POLI.design offers first and second level University Masters of one year, including an internship period of one year in companies, businesses or professional firms. The classroom training foresees a learning mix of class lessons, seminars and design workshops with contributions and external inputs from the world of business and the professional sector.
Below the list of training courses in the field of Fashion.
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The Master in Luxury is organized by POLI.Design, Politecnico di Milano Consortium together with Beijing Tsinghua University. This master was created in order to culturally and scientifically form new professional profiles, which are capable of understanding the changes in the fashion field and activating innovation processes in the companies for the creative, management, commercial and communication processes. In particular, the formed figures are “hybrids”, they have a multidisciplinar training, who are able to put themselves in a proactively way as intermediary between mere creative profiles and mere management profiles. This skills were divided in three fields for the fashion companies: LUXURY PRODUCTS, LUXURY HOTELS and SPA and LUXURY FASHION AND ACCESSORIES/LIFESTYLE and FASHION MANAGEMENT.
Today fashion is accessories. Shoes, jewelry, handbags and hats are the icons of style and taste, symbols of distinction and identity but also witnesses of the made in Italy quality. For this reason the major fashion brands give lot of importance to accessories in its multiple interpretations requiring dedicated professionals. Accessories also intersect with the high-tech performance materials that open the accessory at the areas of sportswear, underwear, swimwear. The Master in Accessory Design is designed, in accordance with the spirit and tradition of the Politecnico di Milano, to combine hands and mind, experimentation and tradition, technology and craftsmanship, prototype and manufacturing. For these reasons, there are 14 different design areas (handbag, shoes, eyewear, jewelry, watches, leather goods, sportswear, extreme sportswear, underwear, knitwear, hats, wearable ornaments) to be developed in 14 design workshops with professional designers. It's a unique perspective on the world of the accessory that can provide employment opportunities in several fields .