Catia Lorenzini

Fondatrice & Direttrice

Carlota Bellucci

Stile & Accesori

Giulia Merlini

Pattern making courses ⟶

Catia Menghi

Modellisitca

Lucia Pallas

Fashion Design

Claudia Pasini

Fashion Design

Carmen Ursino

Illustrazione

catia lorenzini

Catia
Lorenzini

DIRECTOR OF THE CESENA FASHION SCHOOL / PATTERN-MAKING TEACHER SINCE 1986

In 1986 I obtained the teaching qualification diploma at the Italian Centro Alta Moda Sartoriale Ciams in Rome. Rome is the city that has given me so many opportunities, the most important certainly being that of graduating and qualifying as a teacher. 

I have worked since the early years for the Scuola Alta Moda Sartoriale C.I.A.M.S. in Rome, covering the role of teacher for modeling of all levels, always in close contact with boys and girls who attended the Institute. I also worked as a pattern maker at the Les Copèains company, getting to know and being in close contact with the world of work, to acquire useful and educational skills, which over the years have completed my profile and role as a teacher. 

From 2007 to today, I collaborate with Milan Institute as a teacher and director in Cesena Fashion School. The greatest happiness is that of working closely with young people of training age, with the satisfaction of seeing them grow and of offering them my human and working skills: All of this satisfies me.

“I love my job and I always try to manage it in the best possible way, above all to help young people who are passionate about the fashion sector. In fact, I dedicate my time to research and network building with major fashion companies, recognized all over the world, such as Cucinelli, Yves Saint Laurent, Gucci, Alberta Ferretti, Ferragamo, and many others, to offer my students many opportunities.”

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Carlotta Bellucci

TEACHER / STYLIST / SHOE DESIGNER

Carlotta Bellucci is a Roman stylist, entrepreneur and artistic director of the Omonimo brand and of the Opéra line by Carlotta Bellucci. Carlotta, you approached the world of art in a more than natural way and began your graphic design studies in Rome.
Subsequently he attended the Istituto Superiore per le Industrie Artistiche (ISIA DI ROMA), graduating in Industrial Design and specialized in Fashion Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome.
She worked for a few years as an advertising graphic and designer in Rome, in 2014 she moved to London where she initially worked as a web designer and editorial graphic for a London fashion magazine, to then embark on the path of stylist for an English brand, participating in fashion week.
Subsequently he moved to Paris where he worked for a French maison and as a freelance for a textile design studio.
Back in Rome, she founds her own fashion brand and teaches fashion design workshops for children.

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Giulia Merlini

PATTERN-MAKING AND TAILORING TEACHER

I obtained a three-year degree in restoration at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna and a tailoring pattern maker diploma from theMilan Institute at Cesena Fashion School.

I worked as a prototype maker of outerwear for high fashion companies (MaxMara, Ermenegildo Zegna), and in the field of professional training for the fashion sector in Italy (Nuovamente project by Caritas Reggio Emilia, training and work placements) and abroad ( internship at AeG-professional training institution of San Sebastian, Spain).

At Scuola Moda Cesena I am responsible for teaching industrial and sartorial pattern making and packaging in Italian and English. In this way I provide students with the technical skills that allow them to get to know both the traditional workings of Italian tailoring and the most advanced production processes of the textile industry.

"The "know-how" and dexterity require patience and precision, but seeing in the male and female students the satisfaction of having created wonderful garments from scratch is what fascinates me most about my work".

Catia Menghi

Catia Menghi

PATTERN-MAKING AND TAILORING TEACHER

Graduated from the "A.Righi" scientific high school in Cesena, she obtained a three-year degree in Conservation of historical-artistic cultural heritage (medieval specialization) at the University of Bologna (Ravenna branch), a diploma in industrial pattern making and tailoring from the 'Milan Institute and the CAD-CAM ASSYST certificate (the latter from the Cesena Fashion School).

Always eager to work in the teaching field, at Scuola Moda Cesena she deals with industrial/tailoring pattern making and CAD for pattern making.

Bearing in mind that each student has their own peculiarities and learning needs, they are constantly and with attention, passion and patience committed to providing each of them with the necessary knowledge to move with competence, professionalism and safety in the world of fashion.

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Lucia Pallas

Coordinator and Communication Manager

Lucia was born in Uruguay but now lives in Italy, she graduated in Industrial Design Fashion and Textiles at the Uruguayan University. Also, she studied Graphic Design and Pattern Making. After finishing her studies in Uruguay, she moved to China to study Chinese at GDUFS University and started working for a textile trading company as a Fashion Stylist and Graphic Designer. Currently, occupies the role of communication manager and course coordinator in the school.

 

“I am a very curious person, and I am always looking for new projects, online courses, books, and activities. I lived abroad, so I'm used to interacting with different cultures, I love meeting people with different cultures and traditions, because I can discover beauties, innovations, and curiosities that I would like to pass on to students. It's good to be different and we all have something to learn from each other."

Claudia PAsini

Fashion Design Teacher

My name is Claudia Pasini, I have been working in the clothing—fashion sector for over 20 years and before that I studied for almost ten years to be able to access this exciting sector which is still today a source of passion for me, a desire for discussion and professional growth. 

I have spent the last fifteen years at the Teddy Group, owner of various brands such as Rinascimento, QB24, Terranova, Calliope, etc. operating both in the market whole sale with made in Italy productions that retail with foreign productions. Within the Group I held various positions dealing with both style, for women's and kids' collections, and products, coordinating activities ranging from research to the development of the prototype, dealing with all the processes that make up the path up to the organization of presentations of collection for the sales network and the visual in store. Recently my role has opened up to both training and personnel selection for all the strategic roles that deal with the preparation of collections, mainly stylists, cool hunter, product graphic designers, product managers, category managers, etc. I have traveled all over the world both to follow productions and for travel of cool hunting and fairs, I love immersing myself in new cultural realities and I strongly believe in comparison as a method of professional and cultural growth and enrichment.

Recently I have begun to feel the desire to conclude my long and happy experience in Teddy in order to be able to confront myself with new realities in which I can get back into the game, stimulating realities that broaden my career path by reconciling my professional passions and my private life.

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Carmen
Ursino Lomoio

Fashion Illustration

Graduated from the Liceo Artistico Callisto Piazza in Lodi, I subsequently carried on my passion for drawing by studying Illustration and Animation at the European Institute of Design. After my studies I had the opportunity to collaborate with various advertising agencies dealing with Character Design and Graphic Design often working with international brands. I currently live in Cesena and I mainly dedicate myself to the discipline I love the most: illustration.