ALUMNI ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE MONTH
This week we want to celebrate some of the recent success of our alumni.
20 stylists to follow on Instagram in 2020 according to i-D
The article featured five IED alumni and two teachers. Let’s take a look at them:
Nicolò Cerioni graduated in 2005 in Fashion Marketing and Communication at IED Milano. He is the co-founder and creative director of Sugarkane, and he is also the stylists of some of the greatest contemporary Italian artists: Jovanotti, Pierfrancesco Favino, Achille Lauro, Maneskin, and more.
After getting her Bachelor of Art in Fashion Styling in 2013 at IED Milano, she moved to London where she worked first as an assistant and then as an independent consultant.
Elisa studied Fashion Styling at IED Milano and graduated in 2012. She then moved to London where she worked as an assistant for Panos Yiapanis. She now resides in Milan and worked for Punkt as a fashion director and today works for the art direction of the brand Magliano.
Allison is a fashion stylist and image consultant. She graduated in Fashion Styling at IED Milan in 2017. She collaborated with famous musicians like Marrachash, Elettra Lamborghini, Fabio Rovazzi and for the Venice International Film Festival.
Luca studied at IED Milan and graduated in Fashion Styling in 2013. After his graduation he started working as an art director and as fashion consultant. Today he is the Creative Director of Cactus Magazine and works as a consultant for many fashion brands.
Giulio Casagrande and Francesco Casarotto, both teachers in IED Milano, were also featured in the article.
Giangi Giordano in “La campagna dei cento - Milano”
Giangi Giordano, Creative Director, alumnus and teacher of IED Milano Moda was featured in the list of the 100 most influential people of Milan by Perimetro.
Stefano Bassan and Gianluca Sigismondi win Edit Napoli 2020
Stefano Bassan and Gianluca Sigismondi, both graduated in Product Design in IED Milan in 2019, won the BEST UNRELEASED product in the section Seminario of the design festival Edit Napoli 2020 with their project Comfort/Uncomfort.
The project is a un conversation piece, a chair with simple shapes in which aluminum and polyurethane foam interact in a symbiotic contrast.