An internationally renowned school based on a serious method and focused on professionalism and individuality. Today, continuing our guide to the best Italian fashion schools, we speak about Istituto di Moda Burgo.
designer, I decided to improve my
technical skills with the Burgo’s patternmaking book, that has allowed me to realize complete collections of womenswear and bridalwear and to start my own activity.
ISTITUTO DI MODA BURGO’S STORY
“We ask for your attention and commitment and in exchange we will offer you all the instruments to join the work system. Mine and my employees’ satisfaction is to see that you are interested and motivated and day by day that you are growing in an intellectual, artistic and technical way. It’s more than 50 years that I’m enjoing these great satisfactions.” Fernando Burgo
- a complete program for every kind of career in fashion design and productive processes
- a method based on clear, simple and innovative techniques
- a study plan based on practice, with over the 80% of workshops and 20% of theoretical lessons
- a method supported by renowned manuals both for fashion design and pattern making
- individual lessons and customizable programs
- a limited number of students for each teacher
- a wide range of courses, both long-term, master and short for every needs and possibilities
- a dynamic and professional teaching staff
|“Il figurino”, publication part of the didattic material included in the courses benefits|
METHOD, COURSES AND PRICES
|A teacher in the tailoring and patternmaking laboratories of Istituto di Moda Burgo in Rome|
There are four types of courses: annual, master, short and summer.
|Detail of the book “Il Figurino” (fashion sketches) published by the school|
Among the many subjects treated during the course, there are a consistent part dedicated to manual and digital drawing (illustration, rendering, sketches, Photoshop and Illustrator), a part focused on materials and especially the techniques of patternmaking and tailoring.
The course lasts 3 years (normal) or 15 months (intensive) for a total of 1800 hours, with a total cost of € 24000 (€ 7500/year).
|A fashion sketch transformed into reality by a student of Istituto di Moda Burgo in Milan|
The course has a duration of 960 hours, a frequency that can be normal (2 years), intensive I (10 months) or intensive II (8 months) and a total cost of € 10000.
|Students of the Fashion Design annual course at Istituto di Moda Burgo in Milan|
The course is focused on practice, but it’s important also to learn the history of fashion and especially how to use different materials, fabrics and yarns in a clothing collection.
The course lasts 960 hours, has a frequency that can be normal (2 years) or intensive (10 months) and a total cost of €12000.
|A student of Istituto di Moda Burgo Rome working on an evening dress|
The main subjects of this very practical course are the study of measures and wearability, of fibers and fabrics, and of all the modelling techniques from the basic shapes of different garments to the details and transformations for creating every type of style. Patternmaking is studied both in a sartorial and industrial way, with a focus on planning and processes of industry.
The duration of the course is 600 hours, with a normal (10 months) or intensive (5 months) frequency, and a total fee of € 7000.
|A student of the Pattern Making course with the teacher at Istituto di Moda Burgo in Rome|
|Jewelry Design Master course at Istituto di Moda Burgo|
|Underwear Design and Patternmaking master courses at Istituto di Moda Burgo|
|Hat Making Master course at Istituto di Moda Burgo|
|Shoes Design course at Istituto di Moda Burgo|
The short courses can be combined to reach the total duration requested for making the final exam. In addition to the fashion design and pattern making programs (same subjects of Master courses), there are also interesting and very effective courses of Computer Design, CAD/CAM and Modaris 3D by Lectra, partner of the school for many years.
|Men’s Wear Design course at Istituto di Moda Burgo|
|Millinery and draping experimentations made by the students of Istituto di Moda Burgo in Milan|
ACCREDITATIONS & BENEFITS
|Outfit by Dian Anggriani, student of Istituto di Moda Burgo (photo by Sara El Belshbichi)|
|“Il Modellismo” and “Il Figurino”, two educational manuals for patternmaking and fashion design published by Istituto di Moda Burgo|
|A student at Istituto di Moda Burgo in Milan|
PEOPLE OF ISTITUTO DI MODA BURGO
|A lesson about the use of fabrics for a fashion collection at Istituto di Moda Burgo in Milan|
|A lesson of Fashion Styling at Istituto di Moda Burgo in Rome|
is the fact that the students can take advantage by the job placement
service for internships and job offers also after the end of the
|Outfits by Alessandra Detto, Chiara Boero and Francesca Cavazza, students of Istituto di Moda Burgo (Photo by Matteo Malavati)|
SPOTLIGHT ON STUDENTS
|Fashion Show 2018 by Istituto di Moda Burgo|
|Fashion show by Istituto di Moda Burgo at Fashion Graduate Italia 2018|
|Shooting of the best outfits created by the students of Istituto di Moda Burgo|
|The spacious classrooms at Istituto di Moda Burgo in Milan, Piazza San Babila|
Then the school collaborates with other public and private universities and academies in many countries, like Japan, Austria, Singapore and New Zealand.
|Tailoring laboratory at Istituto di Moda Burgo in Rome|
HOW TO ENROLL
|Wedding Dress Patternmaking course at Istituto di Moda Burgo|
|The students of Istituto di Moda Burgo after the fashion show at Fashion Graduate Italia 2018|