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NABA to teach its students Lectra's fashion solutions
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Jun '16
Courtesy: Lectra
Courtesy: Lectra
The Nuova Accademia Di Belle Arti Milano (NABA), a Milan-based design school has collaborated with Lectra to teach its students to use the company's fashion solutions.

NABA will be teaching Lectra solutions to students during the first two years of the fashion programme. The design school has also established a 'Lectra Corner', a small studio fully equipped for students who want to hone their fashion technology skills.

As companies specifically demanded that students be well-versed in Lectra's pattern and marker making solutions, NABA adopted Lectra's Modaris and Diamino solution into the design school's curriculum in 2014. This is the second time NABA has employed Lectra's solutions.

“Our creative thought process is largely influenced by art history, sociology, culture and our Italian savoir-faire but we want to stay relevant in the market and that is exactly why we chose Lectra. We see Lectra's solutions as capable of helping our students adapt to the demands of the fashion industry,” said Colomba Leddi, course leader of the Bachelor's of Arts programme, NABA.

“When the students master Lectra, they gain a very specific set of skills which are key to creating successful collections. Equipped with this irreplaceable skill set, our students will be able to stand out in the industry,” said Chiara Panigada, who teaches a CAD course titled 'digital technologies and applications' at NABA.

The design school also plans to develop more Lectra-focused projects in the future for students to expand their knowledge. (HO)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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