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Streetwear and Brand Drop Culture

  • Industry Speakers
  • Vogue House visit
  • Brand collaborations

At a glance

  • Duration: 1 week
  • Location: Soho, London
  • Overall course fee: £894 (including VAT)
  • Start date: September 14, 2020


Course dates*

14 September 2020 – 18 September 2020

*All dates subject to change

This one-week intensive course offers an exciting opportunity to gain insights and knowledge of how streetwear has gained it’s important position within the fashion retail industry.

The market has expanded at a fast pace in recent years, with streetwear also moving into the luxury space. Bain & Company recently estimated the market will be worth $425 billion globally by 2025, therefore opportunities within this market are there for the taking; but how do you get to those opportunities? And once you get them, what do you do? Understand how to identify your customer, how they shop, and how to create a collection that will create hype and gain credibility. 

The programme includes lectures, seminars, problem-solving workshops and case studies covering the following topics:

  • Overview of the history of streetwear;
  • The evolution of streetwear into the luxury market place;
  • Streetwear styling;
  • Introduction to creative business planning;
  • Consumer behaviour and the streetwear customer;
  • Branding and brand development for streetwear;
  • Creating a stand-out streetwear collection;
  • Using social media to launch and build a brand;
  • Brand collaborations and drop culture.

With sessions delivered by industry professionals, guest speakers and academic experts.

Whether you aspire to starting your own brand, want to work for a brand, or are interested in styling or designing, or just a huge lover of streetwear, this course is for you.


There are 24 places available on each course, and each place is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that your place is not confirmed until we have received the full tuition fee upfront.

Before you book, please ensure you have read our Terms and Conditions, including our cancellation and refund policy.

Students can expect to attend class Monday to Friday, from 10am to 5pm.

Your campus

Condé Nast College is situated in a state-of-the-art building in the heart of Soho, London’s creative and cultural hub. The area is home to numerous film, fashion and media houses providing unrivalled opportunities for professional networking and cultural experiences. The College is a 10-minute walk from the headquarters of Condé Nast International, as well as Vogue House, which our students visit as part of their exposure to the professional world.

Who teaches at the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design?

During your course, you will be taught by a range of our academic staff as well as industry guests and visiting lecturers.

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements but applicants must be 18 years or older by the start of the course, and have a good level of English.

English language requirements

There are no formal English language requirements for this course. However, 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 before commencing your studies. It is your responsibility to ensure you will be able to participate fully in a qualification delivered and assessed in English.

How to apply

You can apply via the application form on our website.

There are no application deadlines, however, places are allotted on a first-come, first-served basis.

If you are accepted on to the course, you will be required to pay the full fee in advance in order to secure your place.

Alumni Discount

Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design offers course fee reduction to our alumni.

For more information visit  Terms and Conditions


Course Leader

Lisa Mann

Lisa is an award-winning academic with 14 years’ experience teaching across BA and MA fashion courses at a number of British universities. Lisa is currently researching a PhD about the experiences of emerging designers in the fashion industry.

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