pomegranate is “an important city in the fashion map of Spain. Here's a talent that if you care a bit, it grows, like plants ". Pedro Mansilla.
During the colloquium talk, the Professional Master 360 was also presentedº de Moda: Communication and Management that ESCO will carry out the next course in Granada.
‘Less frivolity and more culture’ is the subject around which a talk-colloquium on fashion has revolved that, organized by the Higher School of Communication and Business (ESCO), took place yesterday, Wednesday, on the terrace of the Hotel Palacio de Los Patos. During the meeting, the new Professional Master in Fashion: Communication and Management that the school offers for the course 2012/13.
Enrique Loewe, founder of the firm Loewe and president of the foundation of the same name and Pedro Mansilla, sociologist, journalist and fashion critic, both future professors of the master, have discussed the confrontation that occurs in the world of fashion between the concepts of frivolity and culture. The directors of the Professional Master's Degree in Fashion also participated in the talk, Pilar Torrecillas, creative director of the firm Dalbat and Maripi Robles, from Not Just An Idea.
Mary French, Councilor for Commerce and Occupation of Public Roads of the Granada City Council opened the meeting stating that “today is a day of joy for our city, we have to be in luck. Mansilla and Loewe are stalwarts of Granada fashion. This adventure will not leave anyone indifferent. Fashion is an art and part of our culture”.
“I am an atypical entrepreneur of a very special company, Loewe. I have always tried to emanate a look at culture and an approach to young people through poetry and music. I consider that I have managed to fulfill myself through the experiences of my life.a”, Loewe has stated, who has been "very motivated” for "living the experience of fashion”. It has also encouraged “look at ourselves and our culture”.
“I am interested in fashion and I will go to defend it wherever they call me”, Mansilla has declared, who added that Granada is “an important city in the fashion map of Spain. Here is a talent that orders a world that if you take care of it a little, it grows, like the plants. It doesn't surprise me that after Madrid or Barcelona, this city is the third to offer a master's degree of this type”. He has also commented on the journalistic treatment of fashion in the media.
The director of ESCO, Miguel Angel Rodriguez Pinto, He reminded the attendees that ESCO began its journey ten years ago and has already trained eight classes of students. The School offers the possibility of being able to study a professional master's degree without leaving “our land”. He added that the students “they will be privileged with the best professionals without leaving Granada, in a city full of charm, illusion and spell”.
MASTER 360º. Robles has stated that "this is the starting signal for this master's degree, that is important in the subject and in the way of teaching it because it is a 360 master's degreeº. Explains how to work in the fashion sector and develop it well”. He also added that the students “may later be incorporated into a sector as booming as fashion”. Por su parte, Torrecillas has indicated that this professional master's degree “born with a vocation not only educational, but also culture”.