ESMOD

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École supérieure des arts et techniques de la mode
Established1841 (1841)
LocationParis, France
48°52′40″N 2°20′04″E / 48.8777°N 2.3345°E / 48.8777; 2.3345Coordinates: 48°52′40″N 2°20′04″E / 48.8777°N 2.3345°E / 48.8777; 2.3345
Campus12 rue de la Rochefoucauld
75009 Paris
Websiteesmod.com

The École supérieure des arts et techniques de la mode, or ESMOD, is a French private school of fashion. It was founded in Paris in 1841 by the master tailor Alexis Lavigne.[1] It has branches in Bordeaux, Lyon, Paris, Rennes and Roubaix in France, and in a number of cities in other countries, including Berlin, Moscow and Tokyo.[2]

Accreditation[edit]

ESMOD is authorised by the Commission nationale de la certification professionnelle, the French national commission for vocational certification, to award a five-year professional certification as fashion stylist/designer at level 6 of the European Qualifications Framework.[3]

Alumni[edit]

Alumni of the school include Reem Acra, Franck Sorbier, Olivier Rousteing and Seo Eunkyo.[citation needed] Simon Porte Jacquemus of Jacquemus also attended for a short time.

Rankings[edit]

In 2016, ESMOD was ranked 6th worldwide[4] (and 5th[5] in Europe followed by Istituto Marangoni) by the CEOWORLD magazine. Additionally, Fashionista ranked ESMOD among the 25 best fashion schools in the World.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alison Matthews David (2006). Made to measure? : tailoring and the 'normal' body in nineteenth-century France. In Waltraud Ernst (ed), Histories of the normal and the abnormal: social and cultural histories of norms and normatively. London; New York: Routledge. ISBN 9780203028254. p. 155.
  2. ^ Frédéric Godart (2012). Unveiling fashion: business, culture, and identity in the most glamorous industry. Basingstoke: Houndmills; New York: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230358355. p. 108.
  3. ^ Résumé descriptif de la certification: Styliste designer mode (in French). Répertoire National des Certifications Professionnelles (RNCP). Accessed May 2014.
  4. ^ "Fashion school rankings from the CEOWORLD magazine". CEOWORLD magazine. Retrieved 2016-05-18.
  5. ^ "Fashion school rankings from the CEOWORLD magazine". CEOWORLD magazine. Retrieved 2016-08-08.
  6. ^ "ESMOD, 1st French School in global Fashion school rankings". ESMOD. Retrieved July 5, 2016.