I have recently concluded my MA degree in Fashion Communication at Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design. I am a hardworking individual with a deep and varied understanding of the fashion industry as well as cultural relevance and contemporary style in a commercial context.
“Now that the College taught me to be a creative version of myself, I can’t wait to start my career.”
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In my work I constantly aim to tell stories that elicit an emotional response from readers and viewers. My goal is to communicate effectively in both written and visual communications.
Men Look At Women. Women Watch Bring Watched
My thesis investigates the way women are portrayed in the media through an analysis of both literature and visual culture.
Women Look At Women
As a continuum of my thesis, this photobook should provoke thoughts on gender disparity in the media by changing the narrative of a few controversial images.
Toxic Masculinity, The Other Side of Sexism
A market report exploring what toxic masculinity entails and how it affects the fashion industry.
Applied Fashion Communication Collaboration
My classmates and I got the chance to create a proposal for Condé Nast. As the creative director of the team, I was in charge of the project’s aesthetics.
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About the course
The MA Fashion Communication enables professionals and postgraduates to enter the world of fashion through a series of modules that focus on past, present and future scenarios of the wider fashion industry. Closely affiliated with Condé Nast Publications, the course will provide exclusive access to the fashion industry and an unparalleled level of support.