On Wednesday 8 June 2016, the Maison Méditerranéenne des Métiers de la Mode (MMMM) will welcome, in the 350m2 space of their M GALERIE, the work of the 3rd year students from the Institut International de Création et Coupe (IICC-MODE) fashion school in Marseilles.
The fourteen 2016 final year students will present their projects to an impressive jury, including Maryline Bellieud-Vigouroux (MMMM). The designers Laëtitia Guérini (LEÏ 1984) and Charlotte Rekassa (CHARLOTTE AIRE), both graduates from the IICC Mode fashion school in Marseilles and laureates of the 2016 M MAJOR competition, are also members of the jury. The IICC Mode fashion school in Marseilles provides students with a real academic education and training, with 800 hours of courses each year and the latest high-tech equipment, all organised by 12 professional staff from the textile and garment sectors.
This year the school saw its intake applications increase by 10%.
Each year the IICC Mode fashion school produces around twenty graduates, and practically all of them find a job in their chosen sector, or create their own company or label. Among the talents discovered by the Institute are the graduates Isabelle Peyrut, now the Chief Fashion Editor at JALOUSE; Anne Raybaud, the Chief Editor at GRAZIA; Aurélien Sempieri in charge of collections at MAJE; and Yves Alexandre D'OVRADOU who is Creative Director at LIVDU BEJING and WAY I CLO PRODUCTIONS in Beijing.
On Sunday 19 June the 70 students at the IICC Mode fashion school will present a runway show with 5 themes: Signs and typography, Fly to the Moon, A futurist cruise, TOTEM, and the Romantic movement... More than 280 silhouettes will demonstrate the creative skills and know-how of this school, created in Marseilles more than 30 years ago. As of this week the school will have a new innovative service « IICC Mode live » which will allow the public to follow the creative process used in the school.