We are delighted to announce our brand new online course, the latest in our Insights series, Fashion Styling. The online Fashion Styling course will commence on 5th October 2020.
The six-week course is now open to applicants worldwide. This online styling course provides an introduction to styling and fashion photography. The course also explores how to create and conceptualise shoots, as well as covering shoot production skills.
During the six weeks, students will learn how to spot key influencers in the world of fashion styling, and understand how styling is used throughout the industry. This includes looking at both the commercial and editorial aspects of styling.
Who’s teaching on the course?
Students will learn more about still life styling, advertising, street style, celebrity styling and more. The course will be lead by stylist and art director, Sophie Stevens, and will include classes led by Condé Nast College academics, Sara Hassan and Johannes Reponen, as well as Zoe Souter, former booking editor at British Vogue, alongside industry guests:
- Timothy Rennie – Creative Director
- Danielle Griffiths – Stylist
- Jess Punter – Stylist & Creative Director
- Fay De Bremaeker – Hair & Makeup Artist
- Ed Miles – Photographer
- Jam Patel – Director
“This interactive course allows students to watch and understand how a range of fashion shoots work as well as hearing from an array of professionals, industry experts and our very own Condé Nast College academics. From street style, still life, main fashion shoots and look books, to designing mood boards and learning about fashion film, it’s a fast moving course that will immerse you in the visual side of fashion.” Sara Hassan, Creative Director and Head of Styling, Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design.
Fashion Styling Online Course Guide
Who is this online fashion styling course for?
The Fashion Styling course is offered at an introductory level and works as an excellent precursor for further studies at the Condé Nast College. It is also suitable for those who simply wish to gain a deeper understanding of how styling fits within the fashion industry.
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View the full online course information.
Fashion Styling starts on 5th October 2020.
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