Management of Fashion and Luxury Companies

Management of Fashion and Luxury Companies

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  • 6 Sequences
  • Introductive Level

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Syllabus

  • Week 1 - What is Fashion? What is Luxury? Defining Complex Competitive Systems and Business Logics
    Welcome to the first week of our course! Before moving this week contents, please dedicate some time to read the About the Course section where you can find a series of useful information to approach the course the best way. The Trips&Tricks section contains s...
  • Week 2 - The Evolution of Business Models: From Designers to Fast Fashion Retailers
    This second week will be significantly denser and more time consuming than the first one. The topic is that of Business Models in Fashion and Luxury, and will give you a lot of important insights on this industry.
  • Week 3 - Stylistic Identity and the Product Development Process: The Role of Heritage, Stylistic Codes and Icon Products in Defining the Seasonal Collection
    Welcome to module 3! The main topics here will be the complexity of product development, brand identity, stylistic identity, and the development of the collection. Remember also that at the end of this module you will find the first QUIZ (counting 40% of the f...
  • Week 4 - Image Identity and the Communication Process: Key Activities, Decision Makers, the Challenge of Creating Digital Contents for Fashion and Luxury Brands
    Week 4 will cover another very crucial topic: Communication. Communication per se is an extremely rich and broad topic and the fashion and luxury industry requires a specific and dedicated chapter as it encompasses unique aspects that need to be correctly add...
  • Week 5 - Retail Identity and Retail Management: the Customer’s Experience Within a Mix of Channels. The Future of Fashion E-tailing.
    In a world where geographical boundaries are physically and virtually evolving, companies need to be able to manage their international presence without losing their identity. There are a number of elements that need to be taken into account when planning reta...
  • Week 6 - FINAL TEST
    Congratulations! You made it up to here! The structure of the final test is different from the previous quizzes: you will be given 10 multiple choice questions based on two annual reports (Ferragamo and Nike). Of course the questions will be related to topics...

Prerequisite

None.

Instructors

Erica Corbellini
Director
MAFED - Master in Fashion, Experience and Design Management

Stefania Saviolo
Director
Luxury & Fashion Knowledge Center - SDA Bocconi

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