After the success of the school in Rome, Istituto di Moda Burgo will also open a branch in Lecce. It is the first time that such an important and famous fashion school in the whole world has opened a branch in the southern Italy. The choice fell on Puglia, the birthplace of the founder Fernando Burgo. Lecce is a young and dynamic city, with creative inputs and a decisive fashion connotation.
Istituto di Moda Burgo Fashion Show Spring Summer 2018 was held at “The Beach Club” in Milan. This was the 37th edition for one of the most popular events during the Fashion Graduate period. On the catwalk the 76 garments created by the students who attended the courses of 2018 school year at the Istituto di Moda Burgo in Milan, as well as in other Italian and foreign branches.
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On Sunday the 10th of June the founder and director Fernando Burgo with his lady and Biagio Belsito the Milan IMB artistic director and haute couture teacher, have participated to the lunch of “Associazione Regionale Pugliesi”.
Another school year is over and “Istituto di Moda Burgo” is get ready for its traditional fashion show, which will be place in Milan on 28th of June. An important event, not only for the school but also for many head hunter that constantly looking for new talent.
On friday the 27th April we reached Museo del Tessuto (http://www.museodeltessuto.it/?lang=en) in order to visit the exhibition dedicated to the costumes from the film Marie Antoinette by Sophia Coppola.
Istituto di Moda Burgo, international leader in fashion education, has developed a training method aimed to optimize and emphasize learning efficiency, having as main objective the inclusion of its students into the labour market