How is the fashion industry tackling sustainability?
What are the key movements that have shaped the evolution of fashion?
How do we create fashion media through ethical practice?
These are just a few of the topics we are addressing at the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design.
At a time of great change for the Fashion Industry, we are inviting 15-17 year olds to take part in our Vogue Teen Weekend – an exciting 2 day conference exploring a wealth of topics shaping the fashion industry.
The Vogue Teen Weekend is a two-day online event that delivers an insight into the Fashion Media industry, as well as giving you the unique opportunity to connect with industry professionals and network with fellow Vogue Teen Weekenders from around the world. During the weekend event, attendees will be able to learn about the inner workings of the Fashion Communication Industry, learn how to create new content and share ideas about the future of the fashion industry.
The weekend event consists of a series of live talks and collaborative exercises. It’s an ideal opportunity to ask questions directly to those shaping the fashion industry and a great platform for your ideas and creativity to be shared with the team and fellow ‘teen weekenders’.
Day 1 – from 12 noon – 4pm
– Welcome Talk led by our students
– Vogue Industry Talk by Naomi Pike, Miss Vogue Editor
– The Evolution of Fashion with stylist Siobhan Lyons and fashion photographer Christina Fragkou
– Trend Adoption
– Special Industry Guest – Josh Newis Smith, Celebrity & Entertainment Editor GLAMOUR and Jessica Megan, Model
Day 2 – 12 noon – 4pm
– Sustainability within the Fashion Industry
– Magazines & Content
– Sustainability themes workshop
– Panel talk – How I got my job in the Fashion Industry
Vogue Teen Weekend Online Event Highlights
- Find out what studying and working in fashion is really like.
- Unique insight from Condé Nast academics and fashion industry professionals.
- Hear from industry guests about their work in fashion and media.
- An inside look at the evolution of fashion and Vogue, past, present and future.
- Get a taste of what it’s really like to study at the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design.
In order to take part in this online event, you will require Zoom for live classes, Pinterest for collaborative work and an Instagram account for our magazine cover showcase.
This is not an assessed or formally accredited course, but you will receive a certificate of participation.
The Vogue Teen Weekend is strictly for 15-17 year-olds only.
Anyone that does not provide proof of age cannot participate – please see terms and conditions for further details.
Who teaches at the Condé Nast College?
During the online event you will hear from industry professionals as well as our academics.
Applicants on this course must be 15, 16 or 17 years old at the time of the course, and non-native English speakers are required to be proficient in both written and spoken English.
There are no formal English language requirements for this course, however, it is delivered and assessed in English. If you are a non-UK student, and English is not your first language, we recommend you have an Academic IELTS score of 5.5, or be able to use English at this level if you do not hold an English language qualification, before commencing your studies. It is your responsibility to ensure you will be able to participate fully in a course delivered in English.
Places on the Vogue Teen Weekend are allocated on a first come, first served basis, provided individuals meet the age and language requirements.
Once you have completed and submitted the online application form, you will be directed to the online payment system.
In order to secure their place, students who have been accepted on to the course are required to pay the full fee in advance.
Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design offers course fee reduction to our alumni.
For complete fees information visit Terms and Conditions
Past participants testimonials:
Attending the Vogue Teen Weekend Course gave me insight into what the College truly has to offer. With strong connections to the industry and providing a unique educational experience, these were the pivotal factors that made me go on to apply for the BA programme.Lewis Tyrel, Vogue Teen Weekend 2016, BA (Hons) Fashion Communication 2017-2019, GQ & Wired as Advertising Assistan