The event, organised in collaboration with Fondazione Corriere della Sera during Milan Fashion Week, featured Kulsum Shadab, who shared her experience of supporting victims of acid attacks through fashion and discussed how digital media can be an effective medium to vehicle important messages.
Prof. Cantoni, director of the MSc in Digital Fashion Communication, discusses in an interview with the journalist Ivan Campari the topic of fashion sustainability and the need for higher awareness in the field. Read the full interview (in Italian) on the magazine "La Borsa della Spesa".
The document “Fashion Communication Research. A way ahead”, written during the conference FACTUM19, has been published by SComS – Studies in Communication Sciences Journal. It has two main goals: to consolidate Fashion Communication as an academic field and to support a network of scholars.
Puspita's Ph.D. research focuses on the linkage and the communication model of UNESCO intangible heritage of Indonesian Batik textiles with global fashion and tourism. She is part of the committee and instructors of the Summer School that will be held in Indonesia, August 16-23, 2020.
Prof. Lobinger is director of the course "Visual Fashion Communication" of the MSc DFC. She is vice-president of SGKM, SACM, and she is editorial board member of SComS. Her main research interests are networked photography, digital visual culture, ethics, and creative and visual research methods.
The course "Visual Fashion Communication" provides a historical view of the changing trends, tackles its social and cultural implications, and discusses the power of the visual mode. As part of the course, the students visited the exhibition "Training Humans" by Kate Crawford at Osservatorio.
During the study tour in Rome, the students had the honour of visiting the base of the regiment Corazzieri, learn about their history and institutional duties. They also visited the tailor shop of the regiment where the iconic uniforms are created. Read the article on "Il Carabiniere" (in Italian).