Matteo joined Arsutoria School in 2003. In these 15 years he has grown the School business with a specific focus on international training projects. Matteo has a background as a consultant in Arthur Andersen, trained as an engineer with an MBA in general management at SDA-Bocconi.
Paolo is an Arsutoria Alumni from 1987. He had started as a pattern maker in his family company. The famous master Adriano Lunati asked Paolo to join Arsutoria School in 1993 as his successor. Since then Paolo has taught shoemaking to more than 3000 people including employees of leading brands such as Nike, Tod’s, LVMH, Timberland.
Marzia recently joined Arsutoria School to get the reins of the marketing department after an extensive experience in International education.
Working in Arsutoria from 2013 as International Projects coordinator, working closely with School Director and Project Managers. She is also Responsible for our Quality Control Management System and School Accreditation
Rossella is the pillar of the school as she has been working with us for over 30 years and supports students from their first inquiry to their arrival in Milan.
Stefania has an educational background. She supports our students in their career search. She’s also involved in our European and Regional Projects with a specific focus on educational training for factory workers.
Elena is an Arsutoria Alumni as in 2005 she studies footwear but then fell in love with Leather Goods. She worked as a pattern maker and prototyper for Henry Beguelin, Zagliani, Bally, Versace. Elena recently joined Arsutoria School and teaches the Bag Pattern Making and Prototyping course.
Francesca is a recent Arsutoria Alumni with a background in Fashion Design and a true passion for shoes. Since 2008 Francesca started focusing on shoe design and worked for several international brands specializing in women and children footwear collections in Italy, Germany and China.
Gianluca is an Arsutoria Alumni from 2002. He worked as a technical coordinator for numerous brands such as Hugo Boss, Geox, US Polo, Lumberjack. He started as a pattern maker for Bally, Alexander, Nicolette and Berluti. He has recently joined Arsutoria bringing on his great professional experience.
He started his career as pattern maker for Moreschi and Pino Giardini then was the Technical Trainer for Cad-Cam Shoemaster for around 20 years, Valerio has joined Arsutoria the last couple of years and he is our 2D/3D CAD expert
Beatrice is an Arsutoria Alumni from 2008, after graduating as Fashion Designer at NABA. She has started her career as a footwear designer and she also assisted other international designers in the product development of high-end shoes in the district of Parabiago. She is an outstanding teacher of design and digital illustration.
Georgia Roehe Turri is a Brazilian shoe designer who moved to Italy in 2000. An Arsutoria alumni, studied accessories design at Marangoni and marketing and merchandising at SDA-Bocconi. She also founded her own brands Georgia Turri and Getu and in the 2011 she was chosen to be part with her collection of the Vogue Talents.
Maria Cristina has more than 3 decades of experience in Footwear and Leather Goods. She has been in charge of the Collection Line Development at Gianni Versace for more than 12 years. In 2011 she founded a company that creates, produces and distributes bags made with exotic materials. She teaches marketing and merchandising at Collection Design Programs and is a member of the Arsutoria Trend Research Team