Bag collection design course

TUITION FEES
€ 3500,00
DURATION
4 WEEKS
SESSIONS
Jun 4th, 2018 → Jun 29th, 2018

Nov 12th, 2018 → Dec 6th, 2018

COURSE LANGUAGE
English, Italian
CLASS HOURS
9AM to 5PM, Mon to Fri

Overall objective of the course is to immerse participants in the process of creative development of a collection of bags

The course is targeted to students graduated in fashion schools, to professionals already working in the field of bags (both in bag brands or retailers) and to profiles with different backgrounds who intend to explore the possibility to pursue a career in the bag  industry. After completing this course students will learn how to focus their creative ideas and present them through a good level of sketching.

A great advantage of this class is the duration: four weeks only make possible for workers to take a period off and travel to Italy. That is why a significant part of the class is made of senior professionals. Part of them have an experience in the bag industry, while others are completely new and they’re willing to gain a better understanding of the industry in a short time.

The course is very intense: full time, five days per week. Teachers have a challenging schedule to provide a solid foundation or to upgrade existring skills in a limited time. Results achieved by students are impressive compared to the duration

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Who's this forHave a look at some of our past students experiences during this course

Barbara Moresco
Product Designer

I want to be a better designer to better serve my clients

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Barbara Moresco
Product Designer

Barbara is a product designer who came to Milan to take the Accessory Design Master program at Politecnico, also graduated in Fashion Business at Marangoni, then decided to further specialize in Bag design at Arsutoria. She has also learned about jewelry design techniques that combines within her bag design. Currently she works as consultant designer developing special project for prominent brands.

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Kirstin Scharlau
Bag trade and marketing background

I want to expand my knowledge on drawing techniques

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Kirstin Scharlau
Bag trade and marketing background

Kirstin has a family business in bags trade in Spain. She recently started her own brand taking advantage of the experiences she made in Advertising , Marketing and PR. She attended Arsutoria to learn better the drawing techniques as well as to broad her knowledge on materials.

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Yoshimi Sugiyama
Design teacher in Japan

I want to improve my skills as a bag designer

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Yoshimi Sugiyama
Design teacher in Japan

Yoshimi is a Fashion Goods Design instructor at Ueda College of Fashion in Osaka, Japan. She majored in Fine Arts to then become a designer and came to ARSUTORIA with the intention to broaden and deepen her skills to pass her new knowledge to her students once back in Japan.

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Vassily Skinner
Started a brand in bags

I started my own bag brand and I wanted to know more

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Vassily Skinner
Started a brand in bags

Vassily has a passion for travels, art and multiculturality. She attended Arsutoria late in her career and she took both the pattern making course to learn the secrets of bags constructions and the design course. Started her brand in 2016 with a support with a School teacher with the manufacturing in Italy. The same year she attended the London Fashion Week for the first time.

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The course in picturesOther than class hours, we believe a strong learning experience should include extracurricular activities. Here's a glimpse of the life of the course.
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Looking for a more complete learning path?We suggest you take our 10 week pattern making and prototyping course prior to attend this 4 week course

Bag pattern making and prototyping course
+ 10 WEEKS   + € 5950,00

Students will be introduced to the world of bags starting from basic individual tools knowledge, passing trough pattern making, use of machineries, to achieve the making of a leather bag

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