Tod’s Academy x Istituto Marangoni New Project Centers On Sustainability
Tod’s Academy and Instituto Marangoni’s collaborative project centered on sustainability will debut the works of young, emerging creatives.
Tod’s Academy is teaming up with coveted fashion school Istituto Marangoni as part of a pledge to continue supporting young creative talents. The twenty young designers a part of this program titled “Re-Generation” received selection as Istituto Marangoni students with bases in Florence and Milan. These gifted individuals have excelled in advanced training areas, including art, fashion, and design. The upcoming project, centered around sustainability with an overall objective of brand code interpretation with a fundamental sustainable approach, is set to unveil on February 4th on its digital channels.
As part of this collaboration, Tod’s Academy intends to fortify its pledge to the younger generation by allowing these individuals to express their capabilities. Their origins in the Marche region of Italy cements itself as a hub where the contemporary collides with Tod’s ethos, and creatives can expand their skillset through artisan guidance. Before this partnership, the academy has collaborated with other educational institutions, including Central Saint Martins the University of the Arts London.
Tod’s Academy x Instituto Marangoni alliance’s mentors include a roster of well-recognized and talented figures, including InStyle’s Editor in Chief Laura Brown, Vogue’s Sustainability Editor Tonne Goodman, Fantastic Man’s Editor in Chief Gert Jonkers, British Vogue’s Style Editor Gianluca Longo, and more. These individuals have contributed their expertise and experiences to these students on this innovative endeavor as part of the project’s mentorship and guidance aspect.
You can explore more information about the February 4th Re-Generation project release and students’ work here.