Master’s Course in Fashion Law

In partnership with:

Nuova Accademica di Belle Arti

NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti

The Master’s Course is the outcome of a collaboration between the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO and the NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti, and aims at training highly qualified professional profiles able to manage the juridical, economic and technological dynamics related to the fashion and textile system.

Level: First- Level University Master’s Course
Credits: 60 credits 
Start: October 2022
Intakes: 2 intakes per year (October  and February)
Duration: 12 months
Language:English (simultaneous translation available)
Mode: blended (online on UNINETTUNO’s e-learning platform and face-to-face in NABA’s campus in Milan)
Delivered by: International Telematic University UNINETTUNO

Description

In the academic year 2022/23 the new Master's Degree Course in Fashion Law will start, outcome of the cooperation between the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO and NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti. Thanks to its innovative blended formula, which includes both online activities on UNINETTUNO's e-learning platform and face-to-face activities at NABA’s campus in Milan, the course aims at training professional profiles able to manage in a systematic and multidisciplinary way the legal, economic, technological and marketing dynamics related to the fashion and textile system, both at national and international level, paying attention to the aspects related to (environmental, economic and socio-cultural)  sustainability and to digitalization.

Educational Objectives

During the Master students have the opportunity to:

  • understand the contents, the expressive languages and the tools of the different disciplines that revolve around the Fashion System, from economics to law, from e-commerce to new fashion technologies, including digital markets, NFTs and the Metaverse
  • acquire skills in terms of brand identity and brand value with a focus on the characteristics that define the value of  the Made-in-Italy
  • develop an aptitude for teamwork and management of problems and case studies in real contexts

Admission requirements

In order to be enrolled in the first-level Master's Course, applicants must hold a:

  • Degree obtained in accordance with the educational regulations prior to Ministerial Decree No. 509 of November 3, 1999;
  • Degrees pursuant to Ministerial Decree 509/99 and pursuant to Ministerial Decree 270/2004;
  • Specializing Degrees pursuant to Ministerial Decree 509/99 and Second-Level Degrees pursuant to Ministerial Decree 270/2004.

A good knowledge of the English language is also required.

Applicants holding an academic degree obtained abroad that is equivalent in duration and content to the Italian academic degree required for admission to the Master's Course can also apply.

"Look at the study program”

This Master’s Course consists in an intensive course that allows students to deepen their knowledge through theoretical and laboratory courses related to processes, markets and retail management in an interdisciplinary and constantly evolving scenario.
The course is divided into 6 modules that range from the knowledge of the Italian and international fashion and textile supply chain to the study of the main forms of commercialization in terms of contracts and legal protection; from intellectual property to the dynamics of digital marketplace and e-commerce up to the evolution and application of sustainability in terms of circular economy from the respect of the environment to the supply chain.

Study Program


Module

ECTS

The Textile and Fashion System

8

Law in Act for the Fashion System

8

Intellectual Property in the Fashion System

8

Digital Law in the Fashion System

8

Sustainability in the Fashion System

8

International Law in the Fashion System

8

Internship

4

Final dissertation

8

TOTAL

60

Employment opportunities

  • Consultant for fashion law firms
  • Consultant for companies and trade associations
  • Responsible for quality control and product development
  • Fashion coordinator

Faculty 

Program Leaders

Luca Belotti

NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti

Course Leader of also NABA Two-year Masters of Arts in Fashion Design and Textile Design, his way of teaching takes account of various aspects of the Fashion field: from project management to visual communication, passing through illustration, styling and exhibition setting.
These skills are the result of his educational background and of the collaboration with some of the most influential artists, designers and writers of the Italian scene such as Benedetta Barzini, Mariuccia Casadio, Eleonora Fiorani, Matteo Guarnaccia, Alessandro Guerriero, Nancy Martin, Angela Missoni, Cinzia Ruggeri, Shingo Sato and Alberto Zanoletti. For years, he has been in charge of the contests and special projects with companies, web communication and events of the NABA Fashion Area. Among his recognitions: publications on Glamour IT, Vogue Talents, exhibitions at Palazzo Giureconsulti (Milano) and Vicenza Oro Evolving Jewelry fair (Vicenza), and finalist at Fashion Up Ronca Style Award (Verona).

Francesca Maschio 
International Telematic University UNINETTUNO

International lawyer, tenured researcher, Professor at UNINETTUNO, Contract Professor at the London School of Business and Finance, the Berlin School for Business and Innovation and the University of Rome "Roma Tre", Faculty of Law.
She graduated from the University of Rome "La Sapienza", Faculty of Law (with honors) and obtained a PhD in "Intellectual Property Law" at the University of Padua. Lawyer since 2001, she has a wide international experience on negotiation and taylor-made drafting of international contracts, intellectual property, fashion law, artificial intelligence, data protection, cybersecurity.

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Patrizio Bernardo

Patrizio Bernardo - Modulo II: Law in act for the fashion industry
UNINETTUNO / Studio Legale Delfino e Associati Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP

Patrizio Bernardo has 20 years of experience in the field of labor law.
He assists domestic and international clients in labor and social security matters on a daily basis, within large international groups, medium-sized companies, and public utilities. He assists clients in both in-court and out-of-court labor disputes on the full range of labor and employment law issues, including litigation on labor-supply agreements and litigation with unions over unfair labor practices or store stewards' rights. He also assists clients in drafting company policies on ethics and discipline.

For UNINETTUNO and NABA's Master in Fashion Law, he will deliver his lectures specifically in the area of the role of International Labor Standards in the global fashion industry.

Gloria Maria Cappelletti

Gloria Maria Cappelletti – Modulo IV: Digital Law in the Fashion System
Editor at Large and Creative Director, i-D Italy

Gloria Maria Cappelletti strengthened her reputation as a pioneer of digital art through her respected and eponymous "Gloria Maria Gallery," where she introduced and supported some of the most influential digital artists of our generation who, often, were early in their careers such as Petra Cortright, Rafaël Rozendaal, and Amalia Ulman. These days the most famous museums, from Tate Modern to LACMA, exhibit their works.

Lucky to be the assistant of M.me Fiamma De Courseulles, Chanel's Italian PR in the 1990s, Gloria Maria began working in the fashion industry after graduating in Philosophy from Milan State University. The Chanel experience opened the door to a junior PR position at Staff International, which produced brands such as Maison Martin Margiela, Vivienne Westwood, Costume National, Clements Ribeiro, and Bella Freud. Gloria Maria soon became the personal assistant to Stella Ishii, President of Staff USA and moved to New York City. In 1997 Gloria Maria became personal assistant to Stephen Sprouse working closely with the late designer on his Andy Warhol collection while still assisting Stella Ishii on all other Staff USA collections from Margiela to Westwood.

Since 1999 Gloria Maria has been an agent for the international photographer agency Management Artists, consolidating the careers of photographers and directors such as Steven Klein, Stephane Sednaoui and Daniel Sannwald, to name a few. From New York to Paris.
Gloria Maria is curator of the Fashion Film Festival Milano, now in its seventh edition. Since 2013 Editor at Large of iD.co Italy, she is also Creative Director of VICE Southern Europe for fashion clients, creating an agency at Vice Media that focuses on research, strategy, creativity, development, production, content distribution and activation worldwide.

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA she will deliver her lectures particularly in the area of Digital Marketplace, the role of Blockchain in fashion and design, NFTs and their critical issues, Virtual Events and the evolution of E-Commerce .

Sara Cavagnero

Sara Cavagnero – Modulo V: Sustainability in Fashion System
UNINETTUNO / Northumbria University

A PhD from Northumbria University and a registered IP lawyer, her work has focused on the use of IP assets as private sustainability governance tools and the legal implications of doing so.
Her analysis is framed within the SME perspective and focuses on suppliers along the value chain. She is also involved as an expert in the UN/CEFACT project "Enhancing Traceability and Transparency for Sustainable Value Chains in Garment and Footwear".
Finally, she holds the role of Law & Sustainability Specialist, as well as being one of the co-founders of the NGO collective rén, a platform that provides sustainable fashion SMEs with networking opportunities and viable options for industry restoration.

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA, she will deliver her lectures particularly in the area of "Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Management," on the European legislation of "EU Green Deal" and "EU Textile Strategy," on sustainability measurement and environmental impact, and on the risks related to green claims.

Massimo Chiais

Massimo Chiais - Modulo II: Law in Act for the Fashion System
UNINETTUNO / Studio Legale Delfino e Associati Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP

Massimo Chiais joined the Studio Legale Delfino and Associates Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP in 2003 and became a partner in 2006.
Massimo Chiais has over twenty-five years of experience, during which he has advised institutional and industrial clients, in a variety of sectors, some of them highly regulated.
He has specific experience in the luxury & fashion, furniture, logistics and transportation, and steel industries, as well as in the automotive and petrochemical sectors, having been, among others, a member of the Legal Affairs Department of the ENI Group.

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA, he will hold his lectures particularly in the real estate field with a focus on department stores, concession agreement and travel retail.

Stanislao Chimenti

Stanislao Chimenti - Modulo II: Law in Act for the Fashion System
UNINETTUNO / Studio Legale Delfino e Associati Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP

Stanislao Chimenti assists clients in civil, bankruptcy and corporate litigation, as well as out-of-court transactions before independent authorities and in national and international agreements.
His clients are large, medium and small, public and private, national and international companies operating in the telecommunications, publishing, transportation, television and film production, as well as insurance, banking and real estate sectors.
Stanislao is a member of the International Insolvency Institute and is fluent in English, French and Italian.
Stanislao Chimenti has been given several assignments by the Ministry of Economic Development as a commissioner in relevant insolvency proceedings and member of expert commissions. He also carries out academic activities teaching in several Italian state and private universities.

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA he will hold his lectures particularly in the area of business crisis in the fashion industry in the pandemic period.

Bruno Cova

Bruno Cova - Modulo II: Law in Act for the Fashion System
UNINETTUNO / Studio Legale Delfino e Associati Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP

Bruno Cova Cova is a partner in the corporate department of the Studio Legale Delfino and Associates Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP. His practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and compliance, restructuring, and litigation, including transnational litigation.
Bruno Cova Cova began his career at international law firms in Milan and London, and then served as General Counsel of the Exploration & Production Division of Eni SpA, Chief Compliance Officer of EBRD and General Counsel of Fiat S.p.A., as well as Chief Counsel of the Extraordinary Commissioner appointed by the Government to deal with the restructuring of the Parmalat group, the largest financial fraud in Europe. Since 2005 he has returned to private practice.
Since 2012, Bruno Cova has been one of three experts advising the Corporate Governance Committee of companies listed on the Italian Stock Exchange.

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA he will hold his lectures particularly in the area of compliance and on the social responsibility of fashion companies.

Maurizio Delfino

Maurizio Delfino - Modulo II: Law in Act for the Fashion System
UNINETTUNO / Studio Legale Delfino e Associati Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP

Maurizio Delfino founded Delfino e Associati Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP in 2000 and focused his practice on M&A and Private Equity and distressed M&A, Corporate Governance, Equity Capital Markets, and Antitrust. He is a member of Willkie’s Corporate and Financial Services Department and of Willkie’s European Committee.
In the years since inception, Maurizio Delfino has been involved in important acquisitions and divestments regarding companies in diverse fields, including fashion (including both high end and accessible), design, steel, chemical and pharmaceutical, automotive, insurance, aerospace and defense, energy and infrastructure.

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA he will hold his lectures particularly in the area of extraordinary transactions in the luxury sector and on the structure of the "Share Purchase Agreement".

Simone Facchinetti

Simone Facchinetti – Module II: Law in Act for the Fashion System and Module VI – International Law in the Fashion System
NABA / FACCHINETTI Studio legale

Lawyer with 20 years of experience ranging from civil law to criminal, from contract to corporate, from labor to international, from tort to space law, from environmental law to debt collection, from sports to industry 4.0, from risk management to family law and family office.
Official Representative of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in the United Arab Emirates based in Dubai. Awarded as Legal Boutique of Excellence in Business Relations between Italy and the Middle East in 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021.
Legal Counsel in the Legal Department of the Arab Fashion Council (organizing body of the Arab Fashion Week).
Lecturer LUISS Business School at the master’s course "Doing Business in the Gulf" at LUISS Business Hub in Milan and Contract Professor at E-Campus Telematic University.
Speaker in university lectures at NABA (New Academy of Fine Arts) in Milan in the university course "Marketing in Fashion and Design”.
Author of the book "Sponsor e Sponsorizzati (Sponsors and Sponsored)" (1st and 2nd editions) with FAG Editore, of the book " Industria 4.0: i Vantaggi Concreti (Industry 4.0: the Concrete Advantages)" with Editoriale Delfino (1st and 2nd editions), the book "Arte e Fisco (Art and Tax)" with Maggioli Editore, and the book "Personal Branding formula" with BTT Editore.
Due out in 2022, the book "Export per Aumentare il Fatturato e Rafforzare il Brand Aziendale (Export to Increase Turnover and Strengthen Corporate Branding)" with BTT Publishers.
Contributor in the magazines THENEWSLETTER, AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGIES and ATLAS, as well as the art blog "Collection at Tiffany's."
Responsible for anti-bullying in high school institutions.
SPOTTED IN: Sole 24Ore, Corriere della Sera, La Repubblica, Il Cittadino Monza e Brianza, Il Giorno, Panorama, Le Fonti Legal, Platinum Business Leaders

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA he will hold his lectures particularly in the area of the main forms of commercialization peculiar to the fashion and textile industry and on the dynamics of international markets and the mechanisms of approach to consumption, with a special focus on Italy/United Arab Emirates relations.

Maria Luigia Franceschelli

Maria Luigia Franceschelli – Modulo IV: Digital Law in the Fashion System
UNINETTUNO / Hogan Lovells Studio Legale

Maria Luigia is currently a Senior Associate at the law firm Hogan Lovells. She handles out-of-court and in-court counseling in the areas of advertising, unfair competition, trademarks, patents, design and copyright.
He also handles drafting of contracts, deeds and pleadings, strategic opinions, cease and desist notices and settlements, as well as enforcement, due diligence, clearance and opposition proceedings.
She has a particular focus on Fashion Law and digital marketing.

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA she will deliver her lectures particularly in the area of Digital Marketplace, the role of Blockchain in fashion and design, NFTs and their critical issues, Virtual Events, Smart contracts and the evolution of E-Commerce.

Alessandra Galasso

Alessandra Galasso - Module I: The Textile and Fashion System
NABA / Art Critic, Curator & Publisher

Alessandra Galasso is a curator, writer and university lecturer living in Milan. Born in Genoa and raised in Canada, she returned to Italy when she was 10 years old. She holds a degree in Political Science from the University of Milan and a master's degree in curatorial studies from the École du Magasin in Grenoble, France. Since then, she has been Exhibition Coordinator at P.S.1 The Institute for Contemporary Art (now MoMA / PS1), LIC, New York (United States); Chief Curator at MAGASIN, CNAC-Centre National d'Art Contemporain in Grenoble (France); Associate Curator at the Museo del Novecento in Milan (Italy); Artistic Director of Villa Reale in Monza (Italy).
Alessandra Galasso has curated and coordinated over fifty exhibitions and contributed texts and essays to numerous art journals, monographs, and exhibition catalogs. She collaborates as English editor with the Allemandi publishing house in Turin and is a member of ICOM, International Council of Museums.
Her publications include Frida Vestida (24 ORE Cultura, 2018); Close Up of the Artist: Fabio Viale (Artivista, 2012); Laboratorio Italia. Sculpture (Johan & Levi, 2009); Painting Codes (Monfalcone Municipal Gallery of Contemporary Art, 2006); Keith Haring in Milan (Johan & Levi, 2005); OntanElegia (Allemandi, 2004), Body Proxy (JRP Ringier, 2004).

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA she will hold her lectures particularly in the fashion field of Made-in-Italy, from a historical and costume point of view, and its evolution in contemporary fashion.

Michela Maggi

Michela Maggi - Module III: Inctellettual Property in the Fashion System
NABA / Studio legale Maggi

Michela Maggi is an accomplished professional in the field of legal services for business and intellectual property and also holds a PhD in industrial property and competition law from the University of Parma and expert in new technologies.
She is the owner and founder of a law firm in Milan specializing in business law (Italian and international contracts:
buying and selling, transfer of know-how, distribution, resale, franchising, agency and other), intellectual property (trademarks, patents, know-how and trade secrets, employees’ inventions, domain names, design, indications of origin and geography, anti-counterfeiting) and copyright law (software, works of architecture and design, cinematographic and television works, literary and scientific works, contracting related to personalities operating in entertainment and sports) and in general in commercial law (including e-commerce), Internet law and personal data protection. She trained within boutique law firms of well-known university professors and she was later and for several years head of the intellectual property and personal data protection department of a major Italian firm with an international vocation.
Michela Maggi specializes din app and software protection, web brand use and digital advertising, websites, online and offline counterfeiting, influencers and bloggers.
From 2015 to 2021 Coach H2020 for the EU Commission on GDPR/personal data protection and intellectual property protection.
Scientific director for the following projects and bodies:
- Milan Monza-Brianza Lodi Chamber of Commerce Intellectual Property Training project, year 2021 and 2022;
- Euipo project "Community Trademarks and Designs" with Innexta and various Italian Chambers of Commerce, years 2019 to 2022;
- Varese Chamber of Commerce Intellectual Property Training project years 2021 and 2022

Other experiences as lecturer and speaker: several lectures and experiences as speaker in the field of intellectual property since 2003 for private and public bodies, Italian associations such as, but not limited to: conferences organized under the aegis of or for UIBM-EUIPO, Unioncamere, Innexta-Cameral Consortium for Credit and Finance, Chamber of Commerce Como Lecco, Formaper, Milan Polytechnic, Milan Polytechnic Foundation, Turin Polytechnic, NABA Nuova Accademia Belle Arti e Design, University of Parma, Finlombarda, AIPPI and private companies and associations, Academy of Brescia Santa Giulia.

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA she will deliver her lectures particularly in the areas of enhancement and protection of the intangible aspects of brands to increase the value of brands.

Francesca Maschio

Francesca Maschio – Modulo III: Intellectual Property in the Fashion System
Università Telematica Internazionale UNINETTUNO

International lawyer, tenured researcher, professor at UNINETTUNO, contract professor at the London School of Business and Finance, the Berlin School for Business and Innovation and the University of Rome "Roma Tre", Faculty of Law. She graduated from the University of Rome "La Sapienza", Faculty of Law (with honors) and obtained a PhD in "Intellectual Property Law" at the University of Padua. Lawyer since 2001, she has a wide international experience on negotiation and taylor-made drafting of international contracts, intellectual property, fashion law, artificial intelligence, data protection, cybersecurity.

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA she will deliver her lectures particularly in the areas of Intellectual Property, Brand Identity, Brand Equity and Copyright, Patent and Trademark Law, on the anti-counterfeiting discipline and Consumers Package.

Massimo Palombi

Massimo Palombi – Modulo II: Law in Act for the Fashion System
UNINETTUNO / Studio Legale Delfino e Associati Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP

Massimo Palombi is counsel of the Studio Legale Delfino e Associati Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP and practices in the areas of M&A, corporate and business law, getting involved in transactions concerning different sectors, including infrastructure, chemicals, aerospace, media and IT, food and luxury products.
Massimo Palombi has significant experience in the field of distribution law (drafting general terms and conditions, distribution agreements, agency agreements, e-commerce) and regularly assists Italian and international companies in drafting their distribution agreements or in ex post analysis of such agreements in the context of acquisition transactions.
Massimo Palombi has recently been involved in a number of matters pertaining to companies operating in the luxury world and has developed a particular knowledge of these sectors, including IP issues.

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA he will deliver his lectures specifically in the area of contracting in the fashion industry, supply chain, partnerships, co-branding and licensing, touching on aspects of merchandising and the fashion blogging phenomenon.

Anna Laura Pettoello

Anna Laura Pettoello - Modulo II: Law in Act for the Fashion System
UNINETTUNO / Richemont Italia Holding S.p.A.

Anna Laura Pettoello serves as lead legal counsel, responsible for Italy, at the Richemont Group, one of the world major players in the luxury field, owner of prestigious Maisons, recognized for their excellence in jewelry, watches and fashion and accessories, ranging from Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Chloé, Delvaux and many others. Her know-how oversees all main legal issues linked to the needs of fashion and luxury sector, from contracts, managing business, manufacturing, distribution (from whole-sale, to retail, etc), mergers and acquisitions and investments.

Before joining Richemont, Ms. Pettoello gained more than fifteen years of experience in some of Italy's leading law firms, where she focused on commercial and corporate law, including in the areas of M&A and private equity, and advised on a regular basis some of the most important multinationals operating in Italy, also in the fashion industry, and investment funds and institutional clients, both domestic and foreign.

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA she will hold her lectures specifically in the area of contracting in the fashion industry, supply chain, partnerships, co-branding and licensing, touching on aspects of merchandising and the fashion blogging phenomenon. .

Francesca Petronio

Francesca Petronio - Modulo II: Law in Act for the Fashion System
UNINETTUNO / Studio Legale Delfino e Associati Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP

Francesca Petronio has extensive experience in litigation, domestic and international arbitration, bankruptcy, and corporate litigation.
She specialized in white-collar crime, administrative and criminal liability, and compliance. She also advises large international corporations on issues related to compliance programs, legal risks, and data protection law.
She is regularly invited to speak on various legal topics in Italy and abroad and is a contributor to publications and journals on law and economics.

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA, she will deliver her lectures particularly in the area of compliance and on the social responsibility of fashion companies.

Carmen Pollifrone

Carmen Pollifrone - Modulo II: Law in Act for the Fashion System
UNINETTUNO / Studio Legale Delfino e Associati Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP

Carmen Pollifroneis counsel in the Corporate Reorganization and Restructuring Department of the Rome office. She provides judicial and extrajudicial assistance in civil law, commercial law and bankruptcy law to leading companies operating in the construction, hotel, luxury chemical and health sectors as well as companies subject to bankruptcy proceedings.

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA, she will hold her lectures particularly in the area of business crisis in the fashion industry in the pandemic period.

Marta Santambrogio

arta Santambrogio - Modulo V: Sostenibilità nel Sistema Moda
NABA / Textile designer, Founder Studiosanta Milano

Member of NABA Faculty since 2020 in fields dedicated to textile manipulation and experimentation as regards responsible and conscious policy issues.
Expert in Fabric design, Textile pattern-making, Future textile design, textile research and development.
Master's Degree in MA MATERIAL FUTURES from Central Saint Martin (London, United Knigdom).
Professional assignments:
Creative director for SHINGORA (New Delhi, India) since 2014; Design research for GHIOLDI (Como, Italy) since 2013; Textile designer for ETRO (Milan, Italy) from 2008 to 2013.

For UNINETTUNO and NABA's Master's in Fashion Law, she will deliver her lectures specifically in the areas of Responsibility and Awareness in Fashion, measuring sustainability and environmental impact, and current limits related to sustainable design .

Claudia Schmiedt

Claudia Schmiedt - Modulo II: : Law in Act for the Fashion System
UNINETTUNO / Studio Legale Delfino e Associati Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP

Claudia Schmiedt joined the Studio Legale Delfino and Associates Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP in 2016.
She is an associate at the Department of Labor and Employment based in Milan and regularly advises national and international clients on pre-litigation and out-of-court labor and social security matters.

For the Master in Fashion Law at UNINETTUNO and NABA she will deliver her lectures particularly in the area of labor law in the fashion industry in Italy, and the new strategic profiles in the fashion business company as influencers and brand ambassadors.

Marina Tonella

Marina Tonella – Modulo I: The Textile and Fashion System
NABA / Mestieri-LAB®

Marina Tonella is Co-Founder and Director of Mestieri-LAB®, an agency for which she plays roles in Human Resources, Teaching, Training, Consulting and Podcast Host.
She is AIF Professional Trainer #2412 and Professional Advanced Counselor AssoCounseling (REG A1877-2016). She has a Bioenergetic and Gestalt approach combined with game and creativity.
She has been working for 20 years in fashion, with creatives of every culture, generation and character.
Always authentic, creative, spontaneous and with a lot of initiative, she is now able to support professionals in the journey towards being themselves.
In the company, she has held various roles: from coordinating the style office to product marketing and brand management.
She has a deep knowledge of the textile and leather goods supply chain, from the raw material to the product in the store.
The knowledge of processes and products allows her to dialogue constructively with different roles in the company, enjoying good reliability.

For UNINETTUNO and NABA's Master's in Fashion Law, she will deliver her lectures particularly in the area of the Made-in-Italy, fashion players at the national and international level, and Italy/China, Italy/United Arab Emirates and Italy/India institutional relations. .

Contact details

For more information, costs, required documentation and matriculation timelines you can contact:
NABA Orientation Office
Email: int.info@naba.it
Tel. : +390297372106