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EDUCATIONAL IDEAL – Education philosophy

Identity

CREATIVITY

In order to create things, we need a pillar of knowledge, the purpose of expression. In the professional world, concepts, concepts, ideas, claims, philosophies, messages, etc. that are the pillars of manufacturing are called concepts. The difference in this concept is the difference in style, which appears in clothes and products as a feature of fashion brands. As statistical learning and analysis evolve by AI, it is a new idea that is required, and a creativity to assemble and develop it.

 

TECHNICITY

n order to use “knowledge” as the pillar of ideas and “knowledge” as the source of ideas, we need more various means to embody them in fashion products. Drawing power, design expression, layout, color, material selection and processing technology, beautiful silhouette and cutting, pattern power to express volume (flat surface, three-dimensional cutting) and sewing. These technical skills influence the quality and breadth of expression. In addition, quantitative training of technology is the basis for fostering aesthetics and unique sensibility.

 

INNOVATION

With the pace of change in the market environment increasing, in order to differentiate from competitors, it is necessary to continuously innovate to create new products and services. There are two types of innovation: invention or improvement, and there are various innovation methods such as product, process, organization, and marketing improvement. Asking the world a new light on technology and ideas that people have not yet noticed, rather than existing rails and methodologies, repeating conception and research, research and development, and presenting them in a visible manner. The new proposal is itself worthwhile.

MASSAGES – Greeting from the representative

SATORU NINO

ESMOD International President SATORU NINO ESMOD international representativeSATORU NINO

Let’s challenge new value creation together in a new era.

ESMOD’s fashion education is the formation of independence and an independent personality. It is a world where the Fourth Industrial Revolution is progressing, and many occupations are changing. It is the time to dispel established concepts and to pursue diverse values ​​and new manufacturing from among new technology, different fields, and different industries and active exchanges. In this age of change, it is important to create your own worldview and your own style while learning from history, tradition, and the real world, in order to clarify your own path and values. To that end, it is necessary to create the core of manufacturing, such as ideas, claims, and philosophy called “concepts”, which are the goals of work and the core idea. The concept and concept of this manufacturing is new compared to other things, and if the originality and creativity are strong, the thing that the person makes is that it is intensely shining.Of course, though it is a professional, it takes 10 or 20 years for my worldview and concept to be recognized in the world. To become a professional, it is necessary to master skills that support sensibility and expressive power while refining the solid foundation of the basics and the philosophy and direction of manufacturing that is the core. There are many sources of creation, such as world culture, history and tradition, genres and arts, social and fashion trends, and it starts from the point where the information is input into the brain. A new concept or product is created by organizing, selecting, or mixing other elements of information in the brain according to the task or task theme. I would like to contribute to enriching the industry and society by creating an array of curiosity antennas and operating a motor of behavior called passion to create new fashion products on the world stage.

HISTORY – ESMODの歴史

Founded the world’s first fashion specialized educational institution in 1841

In 1841, during the Second French Republic (1848-1852) (1852-1870), Alexis Lavigne, who was the Court Dresser of Napoleon III, founded the world’s first specialized education education institution on the Fontaine in Paris. This is the beginning of ESMOD. In that year, he devised the first manukan (mandai) and the measure (tape measure) in the world, and developed a method of cutting women’s clothing and plane cutting of men’s clothing logically. For young tailors and couturiers, who had no choice but to acquire skills through apprenticeship at the time, they published an educational book, which was the first step to systematic education. After that, she was handed over to her daughter, Alice Gael-Lavigne, and started to train women as “Gale-La Vigne school”. For contributions of fashion and clothing activities, awards were given from various countries in Europe, including France.

Starting with Tokyo School, expanding the International Group

The “ESMOD”, which has been handed down to Belt Le Conte Gael and Jean Le Conte Gale, introduced a curriculum for preparing preporte creators in 1970, based on haute couture-focused educational content. We carry out innovative and professional education to meet the needs of the times and have brought out world-renowned designers and creators such as Thierry Mugler, Eric Bergere and Frank Sorbier one after another. In the 1980s, the fashion industry introduced concepts and theories to marketing. In line with that, in 1989, ESMOD founded Institut Supérieur Européen de la Mode = “ISEM”, a business school specializing in fashion. Since then, ISEM has focused on developing people who want to be managers in marketing or communication teams.

Starting in Tokyo in 1984, the representative of ESMOD International, the Tokyo school established by Koji Inno, for the first time outside France, the globalization of ESMOD has started. Today, the ESMOD group has a network of 20 schools in 13 countries, each with its own cultural and industrial background. We hold group international meetings every year and check the results of our education. ESMOD’s philosophy has certainly been passed down around the world by developing each educational experience, cross-cultural exchange, and exchanging information on the industrial situation. In addition, since 2018, ESMOD JAPON has partnered with CNAM (Konam: National Art Institute of France) to offer an International Bachelor Program, which specializes in innovation management in the fashion business. An International Bachelor (equivalent to an undergraduate degree) will be awarded for this program.

TEACHER – ESMODの講師陣

Creative director

  • FRANCK JOSSEAUME
    FRANCK JOSSEAUME
    ESMOD JAPON Creative Director. Graduated from ESMOD Paris. Worked for Rapudus, Balenciaga, Le Plantin, Wacoal, Inc., World Inc., etc. Interior brand “EDO” Artistic director.

Stylism (fashion design)

  • VIRGINIE LEFEVRE
    VIRGINIE LEFEVRE
    Kyoto school stylism instructor. Graduated from ESMOD Paris. After working at Charles Jordan, Thierry Mugler, Kenzo and Louis Vuitton, he opens his own brand “Viruxiny” and shop “7amour”.
  • IWAO KAWASHIMA
    IWAO KAWASHIMA
    Tokyo school stylism instructor. Graduated from the Fashion College. After working as Yoji Yamamoto Patterner Co., Ltd., he worked as a patternner at Massimo Monte Forte, Toi.
  • SHIGEKI FUJITA
    SHIGEKI FUJITA
    Tokyo school stylism instructor. Graduated from ESMOD JAPON Tokyo. Worked at Ava House International Co., Ltd. and Nanamika Co., Ltd.
  • ELODIE BURETTE
    ELODIE BURETTE
    Designer, free illustrator. Tokyo school stylist instructor. After graduating from Studio Belteau, he worked as a designer for Balenciaga, Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Tori Burch, Artizia and Beautiful People.
  • CLEMENTINE SANDNER
    CLEMENTINE SANDNER
    Free designer, recycler. Kyoto school stylism instructor. Graduated from ESMOD Lyon, Tokyo. After working on international project development with Redress HK, G-star designer assistant at Aitor Throup Studio in London, launched the brand mikan.
  • SHIINA EIKO
    SHIINA EIKO
    Knit designer. Tokyo school stylism instructor. After joining ISSEY MIYAKE, he was in charge of knitting planning for HaaT. Currently provides designs and products to apparel manufacturers.
  • URNEL ROMAIN
    ロマン ウルネル
    Tokyo school stylism instructor. Graduated from ESMOD Paris. Worked at Maison Jean-Charles de Castella Jacques and Marite + François Girdeau. He presided over his own brand in 2012. In charge of menswear at Y / Project. Teach moderism at Atelier Shaldon Savar.
  • ERI IWASE
    ERI IWASE
    Etudeman representative, pop up dress designer. Tokyo school stylism instructor. Graduated from the School of Art and Design, ESMOD Paris, Studio Berso. Worked as design assistant at Issey Miyake and ZUCca at Miyake Design Office.

Moderism (Pattern Making & Sewing)

  • CHIEKO AOSHIKA
    CHIEKO AOSHIKA
    Freelance Patterner. Tokyo school moderator. Graduated from Hoshino Girls College, Japan Women’s University. He studied under Haute Couture designer Hisashi Hosono. After working as Chief Patterner at several companies in Pret-a-Porter, he worked as a freelance patternr in the Tokyo Collection.
  • YOSHIKO OGINO
    YOSHIKO OGINO
    Free Patterner. Tokyo school moderator. After working as a pattern maker at Com des Garcons, Inc., he became independent. Currently presided over a personal atelier.
  • YUKIO KAKITA
    YUKIO KAKITA
    Free moderator. Tokyo school moderator. ESMOD Paris, Sandyka Paris Graduated. CERRUTI 1881, Ted Rapidos, Christian Dior at the atelier in Tyjul, making clothes for customers’ clothes and collections. Present studio KAKITA presiding.
  • HIROSHI GOTO
    HIROSHI GOTO
    Tokyo school moderator. Graduated from ESMOD Tokyo. Worked as a pattern maker at JUN Co., Ltd., Hawever Co., Ltd., and Sanei International Co., Ltd.
  • TERUHIKO SAKAMOTO
    TERUHIKO SAKAMOTO
    Free Patterner. Kyoto school moderator. He works mainly on stage costumes and fashion shows.
  • KAZUYO KATO
    KAZUYO KATO
    Moderator. Tokyo school moderator. ESMOD Paris Stylism, moderism graduate. After working at the Sanyo Shokai Planning Department, he served as a moderator at ESMOD Beijing. Present atelier Kato representative.
  • AKEMI AOYAMA
    AKEMI AOYAMA
    Free Patterner. Tokyo school moderator. After graduating from a fashion college, she worked as a patternner at Yoji Yamamoto Co., Ltd.
  • DAISUKE HASHIZUME
    DAISUKE HASHIZUME
    designer. Tokyo school moderator. Graduated from the University of the Arts London. An global, after going through the pattern of Com de Garcon Co., Ltd. independence. President of Hashizume Design Office.
  • AHMED SHERMEEN
    AHMED SHERMEEN
    Tokyo school moderator. Graduated from National College of Arts, Josai University, ESMOD Tokyo. Worked as graphic designer and set designer for children’s TV station Wicked and as marketing manager for Moody International.
  • ISHIGURO FUMIKA
    ISHIGURO FUMIKA
    Patterner, designer. Tokyo school moderator. Comme des Garcon Co., Ltd., working at Nozomi Shiglo Co.
  • AKIHIRO MINAMINO
    AKIHIRO MINAMINO
    Kyoto school stylism instructor. ESMOD Osaka School. Design Planning DOUZE DESIGN Representative and Coatl designer.
  • YOTA TOKI
    YOTA TOKI
    Tokyo school moderator. ESMOD Graduated from Tokyo. Independent via Highbridge International. Representative of TOKIS DESIGN. YOTA TOKI Director.
  • SACHIKO TOKI
    SACHIKO TOKI
    Tokyo school moderator. After working at Comme des Garcons Co., Ltd., he worked as a patternr at Torena Co., Ltd. and also worked as a free patternr for wedding dresses.
  • EIKO MATSUBA
    松葉 映子
    京都校モデリズム講師。株式会社アバンや株式会社イグルス、ブライダル総合メーカーの株式会社アルファブランカにて勤務経験を持つ。
  • MARIKO OKADA
    MARIKO OKADA
    Tokyo school moderator. After working at Can Group, Toray’s Diplomode Co., Ltd., and a part-time lecturer in Tokyo, he belonged to Tsujido Design Office, and holds a license for pattern making skills first-class and tailoring instructors.

Fashion business

  • CHIZU JUSO
    CHIZU JUSO
    Kyoto school fashion business introductory lecturer. After Hankyu Department Store Co., Ltd., established TC Company. Hankyu Department Store Advisor Coordinator.
  • TAKAKO URANO
    TAKAKO URANO
    PR ・ Producer overview
  • KUMI TSUTSUMI
    KUMI TSUTSUMI
    Fashion business instructor. Tokyo School Marketing Instructor. In charge of product development and marketing at the general trading company’s textile department planning department, he is in charge of new store development and renewal, product strategy, etc. in department stores. Work as a part-time lecturer at a junior college or vocational school.
  • YUICHI AONO
    YUICHI AONO
    Shop director. Tokyo School Marketing Instructor. Graduated from Meiji University Faculty of Law. We will direct a wide range of activities, such as launching new brands such as Young Casual Ladies Apparel, cosmetics, and eating and drinking. Presides over prevision project.
  • NAKAGUCHI TETSUJI
    NAKAGUCHI TETSUJI
    Marketing director. Tokyo School Marketing Instructor. Graduated from Faculty of Engineering, Chiba University. He is currently a professor at Edogawa University and a senior executive officer of the Japan Men’s Fashion Association after working at Kanebo Fashion Institute and ESMOD (Ard de Vivre).

Liberal arts

  • TEI SADAKO
    TEI SADAKO
    Illustrator. Tokyo school croquet lecturer. 1999 L & amp; T presides, 2014 (represented) Crest costume representative, trend information magazine and promotion & design work such as promotion of various companies.
  • HIROMI HARADA
    HIROMI HARADA
    Tokyo School Fashion History Lecturer. Graduated from Toba Fashion Research Institute, Fashion Design Department. After a junior college clothing assistant, currently a junior college and a fashion college instructor. He is mainly in charge of western clothing history and western dyed textile history.
  • TATSUSHI KOU
    TATSUSHI KOU
    Tokyo school visual design instructor. Worked at Hare Maru Co., Ltd.
  • SATORU TANI
    SATORU TANI
    Professor of Art Planning, Faculty of Arts, Osaka University of Arts, part-time lecturer, Fashion Design Department, Kobe University of Technology. ESMOD Kyoto School Costume Design History Lecturer. As a general director and curator of an art project, he crosses the media, crosses borders, and works on many expressions that link the horizon of modernity and history.
  • MIHOKO SHIRAFUJI
    MIHOKO SHIRAFUJI
    Kyoto school textile instructor. After working as a corporate textile designer, he has been engaged in material development and marketing for women’s clothing for 15 years as a coordinator of the marketing department of Asahi Kasei Co., Ltd.
  • KENJI NOHARA
    KENJI NOHARA
    Artist writer. Kyoto school croquet lecturer. Graduated from Kyoto City University of the Arts Graduate School of Fine Arts Painting, Marseille High Art School French Government Government Scholarship Graduated. Part-time lecturer at Kyoto City University of Art art department oil painting major, part-time lecturer at Tezukayama Gakuin University liberal arts department.
  • MASAKI KOBAYASHI
    MASAKI KOBAYASHI
    Representative of Sift Graphics International. Creative director, art director. Kyoto school visual design instructor. Graduated from Osaka Art University Design Department. She became independent after going through the Seeds advertising production office and was in charge of graphic design at Desanto Inc. shortly after.

INTERNATIONAL NETWORK – 国際ネットワーク

ESMOD is a fashion education institution with 20 schools in 13 countries. The group schools share and implement traditional Parisian education methods, and have developed and developed fashion education for more than 170 years. Short-term study abroad between international group schools allows you to gain an international perspective. In addition, by acquiring MBA and bachelor’s degree qualifications in France, we are promoting the development of fashion professionals who are active in the world.

  • FRANCE
  • FRANCE Paris

    Paris

    12, Rue de la Rochefoucauld 75009 Paris FRANCE

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  • FRANCE Bordeaux school

    Bordeaux

    11/15 Cours Edouard Vaillant 33300 Bordeaux FRANCE

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  • FRANCE Lyon

    Lyon

    12 bis rue Burdeau 69001 Lyon France

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  • FRANCE Louve

    Rube

    27, Bd. du Général Leclerc 59100 Roubaix FRANCE

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  • FRANCE Rennes

    Rennes

    Bât.Hermès 6,place des Colombes 35000 Rennes FRANCE

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  • GERMANY
  • GERMANY Munich

    Munich school

    Fraunhofer Str. 23 h,D-80469 Munich Germany

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  • RUSSIA
  • RUSSIA Moscow

    Moscow

    Univ Technology 33 Sadovnicheskaya, 115998Moscow RUSSIA

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  • NORWAY
  • NORWAY Oslo

    Oslo

    Sandakerveien 76A 0484 Oslo NORWAY

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  • JAPON
  • JAPON Tokyo school

    Tokyo school

    Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Ebisu 3-29-6

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  • JAPON Kyoto school

    Kyoto school

    Shijokyo-ku, Kyoto Shijo-dori-cho, Higashiiridate 100-1 Shijo KM Building 3F

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  • KOREA
  • KOREA Seoul school

    Seoul school

    528-8, Shinsa-Dong Gangnam-gu Seoul SOUTH KOREA

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  • INDONESIA
  • INDONESIA Jakarta school

    Jakarta school

    JL. Asem Dua No3/5 Cipete Jakarta 12140 INDONESIA

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  • UAE
  • UAE Dubai

    Dubai

    Academic City Al Ruwayah Block 4, P.O Box 21102 Dubai, THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

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  • TURKEY
  • TURKEY Istanbul school

    Istanbul school

    Meclisi Mebusan Cad. Çelebi Hamami Sok N.14 Findikli 34427 Istanbul TURKEY

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  • LEBANON
  • LEBANON Beirut

    Beirut

    Roustom Basha Str. Ain El-Mreisseh BP 11- 2041 Beirut LEBANON

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  • SYRIA
  • SYRIA Damascus school

    Damascus school

    Bab Moussalla Immeuble Al Awkaf- 4th floor P.O Box 9468 Damascus SYRIA

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  • TUNISIA
  • TUNISIA Sousse

    Sousse

    Intersection Av Tahar Sfar and Maârouf Mohamed Sousse TUNISIA

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  • TUNISIA Tunis school

    Tunis school

    33 Bis, Av Charles Nicolle, Le Belvédère, 1082 Tunis TUNISIA

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  • MALAYSIA
  • MALAYSIA Kuala Lumpur

    Kuala Lumpur

    28, Jalan PJS 11/28A, Bandar Sunway, 46150 Petaling Jaya Selangor, Malaysia

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  • CHINA
  • CHINA Guangzhou school

    Guangzhou school

    10 BLOCK , 5C AVENUE , NO 397 XINGANG MIDDLE ROAD, HAIZHU DISTRICT 510165 Guangzhou

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