Milan Fashion Tour
Montenapoleone, Via Sant’Andrea and Via della Spiga
History of Garments in Milan
Beyond Top Brands
After graduation in Foreign Languages and Literatures in 2000 Federica began her career in the Fashion field. She collaborated at the beginning with small multibrand showroom in Milan and soon after she had the chance to work for Prada Group and Miu Miu as a sales account during the selling campaigns. This famous label gave her the possibility to establish collaborations with the most important and fascinating leaders in fashion like Giorgio Armani, Dolce e Gabbana, Moschino, Valentino, Tod’s and Loropiana. Today, after 17 years of passion for fashion and love for Italian style recognized all over the world she is very happy to work for an iconic brand symbol of 'made in Italy', excellence and quality like Loropiana. She is also very grateful for living in one of the most exciting and trend setter city like Milan where tradition, innovation, fashion, art, culture and good food walk together never ending to surprise tourists from all the world.
Thea is a Milanese freelance fashion designer and docent. She has a lifelong passion for fashion. She gained her BA in fashion design at the prestigious Istituto Marangoni in Milan where she studied for three years. Since graduating, she has worked as a fashion designer in many design offices such as United Colors of Benetton and Jil Sander. Thea is currently pursuing her career in fashion working on a number of different projects such as fashion illustration and fashion collection. She is also a fashion collection, fashion illustration and trend analysis lecturer at the Istituto Marangoni in Milan. She's truly fond of her city and admires the continual possibilities and various cultural attractions it offers, from fashion to art and contemporary design up to the classical and best-known food, wine, history and Italian traditions.
Leilane has been working, researching and teaching in the fashion field in Brazil, Italy and Japan for more than 15 years. She contributed to some of most reputable fashion educational institutions in San Paolo, Brazil before moving to Milan 2 years ago. As well as a Fashion Designer, she has worked for brands such as Vicunha, André Lima and Jogê. From 2004 to 2006 she was the creative director and the head of her namesake brand Lane Rigatto which was traded in San Paolo, Brazil and Tokyo, Japan. She has been a finalist as both a designer and an artist for Fashion Week and Sculpture contests in San Paolo. After various degrees in Fashion Design and another in Educational Practice she moved to Italy to finish her PhD in Fashion Design at Politecnico di Milano. She finished in June 2018.
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