Providing extensive services encompassing trend forecasting, collection analysis, collection theme analysis, and expert guidance for prestigious fashion exhibitions in Italy.
Fashion Trend Forecasting Consulting
Milano fashion campus offers trend forecasting services to provide clients with valuable insights into upcoming styles, colors, fabrics, and silhouettes. Our experienced consultants deliver accurate and tailored trend forecasts through extensive market research and consumer behavior analysis. This empowers clients to make informed decisions in product development and market strategies.
Collection Theme Analysis
Our collection analysis consulting services evaluate existing product lines, considering design coherence, creativity, item compositions, trend relevance and consumer demand. Through analysis based on Italian fashion trend point of view, we provide comprehensive recommendations to you, and align with the client's brand vision.
Theme analysis consulting services at Milano Fashion Campus involve close collaboration with clients to analyse and captivating themes that resonate with their target audience. Through mood boards, color palettes, and storytelling techniques, we help create collections that stand out and foster emotional connections with consumers.
Milano Fashion Campus empowers fashion professionals and enthusiasts through our services.
We help clients thrive in the ever-evolving fashion industry, elevating their collections, staying ahead of trends, and navigating with confidence and success.
After his fashion studies in Milan, Angelo Russica made his first steps into the fashion world assisting Giorgio Correggiari, where he met Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana (Dolce & Gabbana). He had to leave for military service for one year. Once he came back he worked with the Italian company Barbas (Menswear Collection), after this he had one of his most exciting professional experience: He began working as an assistant designer for Gianni Versace. He worked for 5 years participating in Women's Wear and Menswear collections: Genny, Spazio and Versus.
After this experience, he left Italy for 4 years for Spain: Here he worked with Induyco – El Corte Inglés in Madrid. Once he returned, he started working as a consultant for Gruppo Marzotto, Miroglio Vestebene, Gruppo Max Mara, also in Japan with one of the most important apparel Maker World Company, King Company.