Sustainable Fashion

80-hour course
Mentorship by Laudomia Pucci di Barsento

The Sustainable Fashion e-learning course creates a state-of-the-art Spokesperson for the sustainable & ethical fashion system of the future while offering the unique opportunity to culturally and professionally connect with the latest trends. This figure will find its place in the interdisciplinary New World of fashion thanks to their original thoughts and independent mindsets, turning insights into actions and paving the way for tomorrow’s Green Carpet.

Sustainable Fashion


  • Level: E-learning
  • Duration: 80 hours
  • Cost:3,500
  • Language: English
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Start:June 29th 2020
End:July 25th 2020
Start:August 31st 2020
End:September 26th 2020

The curriculum includes: contemporary fashion, fashion marketing and corporate strategies with focus on Corporate Social Responsibility, Cause-Related Marketing and brand reputation, the business behind materials and their impact on the environment, technological innovation within the fashion industry, traceability in the supply chain, fashion law, the international standards and environmental management.

Lessons will be interactive online face-to-face teacher meetings, dedicated to both theory and practical sessions. The course also includes: a personal project and an individual interview with a senior teacher from the course to assess your potential and further opportunities to continue in this field of study.

Participation in this course is an excellent initial stage of preparation in the fashion business, a course of study that may continue with the 4-year Undergraduate in Fashion Merchandising or Fashion Business or with the 9-month Master in International Fashion Business.


Laudomia Pucci di Barsento
Laudomia Pucci di Barsento
Deputy Chairman and Image Director of Emilio Pucci

Laudomia Pucci is the Deputy Chairman and Image Director of Emilio Pucci, the iconic company founded by her father, Emilio Pucci. Mrs Pucci has lead the international expansion of the house during the purchase by luxury group LVMH. Laudomia Pucci contributes further to the fashion industry as a Vice President of Altagamma, in the Advisory Board of CNMI Fashion Trust and board member of Polimoda, Sotheby’s, the Palazzo Strozzi Foundation. In 2010 was named a Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres by The Minister of French Culture Frédéric Mitterrand.

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