Gucci and Istituto Secoli Join Forces to Safeguard Artisanal Know-How

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Presenting a new course on prototyping to sustain Made in Italy expertise and support young talents. Artisanal expertise has always contributed to defining the exclusivity of Made in Italy products, and its protection is crucial for the long-term sustainability of Gucci.

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Gucci and Istituto Secoli

In line with what is already happening for leather goods and footwear with Gucci Ecole de L’Amour – a special school launched in 2018 under the guidance of Marco Bizzarri that over the years, has led to the training of over 650 people, the House is collaborating with Istituto Secoli with the aim of cultivating the knowledge that underpins the creative heritage of Made in Italy products, while investing in the training of young talents specialized in ready-to-wear.

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Gucci and Istituto Secoli

Founded in 1934, Istituto Secoli has become an international reference point for the study of technical and applied design over the years.

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