A Letter from the Editors: Istituto Marangoni Firenze DNA

A Letter from the Editors: Istituto Marangoni Firenze DNA
Editorials,

Istituto Marangoni Firenze, the School of creative minds is always looking for new challenges, and is now launching the I’M Firenze Digest Journal: an online magazine, designed by us – the students – in collaboration with our tutors. This is our voice, so, to begin with, let us tell you about us and what are our desires for this magazine.

by I’MF Editorial Staff. Illustration by Abraham Yael Pérez Mosqueda

The Istituto Marangoni School in Firenze welcomes Fashion Business, Design, Styling, and Art students, and this is exactly who we are: a mixed group of students from these different areas.
Our group includes international and Italian creatives, with different backgrounds and different goals for our future. Each of us has a different cultural DNA, but with this project we are all working together for the same purpose: sharing ideas, advance proposals, and discuss solutions.
It is by leveraging everyone’s specific skills that this magazine can thrive. We want to join forces to bring to life a creative, professional environment. Our magazine aims to provide fresh content and layout; it can be accessed by anyone online, and we hope it will be an inspiration for readers thanks to our many interests.
Yes, the magazine is going to be about what we do in school, our special projects and contests, but it will also be about what we are really interested in. Catwalks, exhibitions, behind-the-scenes of art and fashion, and topics that we perceive as relevant: sustainability, technology, our generational aesthetics, and more content to come.
These ideas will be presented in the form of written articles, editorials, visual projects, and new experimental formats. The magazine is going to be about us, and together we will create a new DNA week after week. 

Abraham Yael Pérez Mosqueda is an undergraduate student in Multimedia Arts at Istituto Marangoni Firenze.
To know more about I’M Firenze Digest and its Editorial Staff click here.

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