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BA(Hons) Fashion Communication
I am a skilled professional who works well in high-pressure environments and is committed to assisting others, making teamwork and problem-solving my biggest strengths. I am also an avid learner looking forward to enter the world of fashion communication to continue to learn and grow and become the best industry professional I can possibly be.
My time at the college has helped me learn market research, planning of advertising campaigns and brand promotion that I look forward to applying for future jobs
Share my work
Here you shall see a piece of myself through the projects I've been able to take part in during my time studying a Fashion Communications degree at Condé Nast College.
Younger Now - Collaborative Industry Project
This project was done in collaboration with NARS to continue raising brand awareness for the brand. The idea was to target an older demographic for women over 50.
IFCP - How 2 Be
How 2 Be is a quarterly fanzine aimed to help fans feel close to their idols through fashion, offering instructions to be able to imitate looks similar to those of the artists.
FBE - Find Me
I created a brand called FindMe to help women when feeling unsafe by providing safety at hand in a fashionable way; jewellery equipped with a GPS and call button.
Magazine Publishing - Bling
Bling is a quarterly independent magazine focused on “rap culture” specifically on new artists by giving them a voice as well as showcasing their fashion and lifestyle.
Digital Strategies & PR - Touchpoint
Touchpoint markets an electronic device that reduces stress and anxiety and thereby helps to improve concentration, insomnia, anxiety and other symptoms caused by it.
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About the course
BA (Hons) Fashion Communication is a two -year fast track degree programme, delivered from our campus at Soho, London.