Form a fashion culture with an approach originating from art and culture
Explore the connection between the economic value and the cultural value of fashion product
Understand how brand perception is built
Identity, culture and art
Industry, marketing, product
Formation of taste
Made in Italy: cultural value of brands
Haute couture, ready to wear, fast fashion: definitions
Cultures and subcultures
Giulia Rossi, a professional journalist, has degrees in Political Science from Bologna University and Philosophy from Roma Tre, and a doctorate in Communication and Social Research from Rome’s La Sapienza. She has taught Fashion Communication and Semiotics since 2013. She currently teaches at Rome’s La Sapienza, the European Design Institute in Rome and Florence, and John Cabot University. She has previous teaching experience at the University of Bologna, the Marangoni Institute in Milan, IAAD in Bologna, LUISS Business School in Rome and Polimoda in Florence. She has published the books Denim, una storia di cotone e di arte (Fashion Illustrated, 2010), Ricette per la vita in società (Pendragon, 2013), Fashion blogger, new dandy? Comunicare la moda online (Pendragon, 2015), Digital Fashion Media. Come è cambiato il modo di comunicare la moda (Nuova Cultura, 2018) and numerous articles on how fashion communication and journalism is affected by digital media.
Superzoom Academy courses teach you how to best tackle the future of business. Put together by fashion scholars and insiders with over twenty years’ experience at top Italian textile/clothing companies, Superzoom is the Academy for your future-proof training.