This year the Musée des Arts Décoratifs is celebrating 70 years of Dior by hosting a 6-month exhibition. For anyone in Paris, this is a must-see event, and fortunately for us, we had the opportunity to experience it as a class through GEM. Arriving before the museum opened, we were treated to a guided tour […]Read more "Inside the World of Dior"
“There’s nothing more romantic than Italian food”- Elisha Cuthbert 12th February was around the corner and I could not be more excited! Passports out, Bags packed and I was ready for a week long field trip in Milano with my classmates. After pleasuring my taste buds with French authentic food, I was really looking forward […]Read more "ITALIAN APPETITO"
The most impressive activity for me during the study trip is in Ecole Ferrière. The huge château, the hunting time, the red carpet and the magnificent hall, showed the taste and luxury of the owner in history. I have learned much about etiquette, protocol and savoir vivre. Apart from the educational visit, the dinner at […]Read more "“New Money” Experience in Paris"
INTRODUCTION The first semester is gone, we spent the first five months applying economic concepts and theories to the world where the standard rules of marketing and management are completely different. Luxury, Fashion and Design are the industries where mass production always loses. It’s important, instead, focus on the other concepts, like exclusivity, details, heritage […]Read more "Study Trip in Paris"
In my country, South Korea, there is a famous sentence with word ‘Italy’ which the whole nation knows and uses even today. This is from one of the most popular dramas which called ‘the Secret Garden’. When the hero appeared with the fully spangled training jacket, the heroine asked him that where did he […]Read more "Seeing Italian Artisan’s All Heart and Soul"
(Phots of the runway show: http://www.vogue.com/slideshow/dolce-gabbana-fall-2012-runway#14) (Photos of 1621-1625 Anne of Austria (1601–1666) by Peter Paul Rubens. https://bjws.blogspot.fr/2015/10/biography-queen-anne-of-austria-spain.html) Italy, as the origin of Renaissance, needless to say has been always putting efforts to push forward the appeals to art and culture in the whole world. Today I’d like to briefly talk about my learning […]Read more "From Peter Paul Rubens to Dolce & Gabbana"
Italy has always been associated with school trips, during middle school I went twice to Roma to connect my latin classes with their historical roots. In highschool I spent one week in Torino with an Italian family in order to practice my italian. This year, I started to study Fashion, Design and Luxury Management in […]Read more "Design in Milan"