Italian fashion school enables students to digitally design garments

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Established in 1983, Studio Moda Rossella is the only fashion school in Italy that enables students to use technology to digitally design garments. Promoting ‘blended learning,’ the school’s teaching methods alternate between on-campus attendance and interactive distance learning. Using CAD software, students are able to fully conceive and complete 2D and 3D fashion projects on their screens.

By combining digital innovation with theory and passion, the ‘Rossella Method’ prepares its students to embark on successful careers in fashion companies around the world.