MA Fashion Media Practice - Journalism
My final project wants to be a future proposal in which discrimination doesn’t exist. I wish that my project focused on human rights, can be my future. I would like, one day, to be a correspondent for a publication and report the injustices in the world.
My work aims to represent people and fight for human rights.
I have learnt that fashion can mean so many things. In my work, I try to use hints from popular culture and people to talk about bigger issues. By normalizing differences, one day maybe we can reach equality.
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Here you will find some of the works I am most proud of, going from pieces written during the course and pieces taken from my Final MA Project.
The creative writing introduction to my MA Final Project, in which I imagine a utopic better future.
An Interview with Viola Vazzana, a girl that everyday fights to destroy stereotypes imposed by society by liberating her body.
If Just Everything Was Different
History can’t be changed, but we can change the way we understand it.
Everyone can be a journalist, you just need an internet connection.
The Italian Pack Survives
Article written during the course.
Why do Italians always stick together in London?
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About the course
The MA Fashion Journalism is a unique industry-focused programme that allows you to learn about fashion writing, editorial practice, content creation. Drawing on from Condé Nast’s knowledge and expertise, the course delivery is split between taught academic content, practical and technical workshops, independent research as well as masterclasses from leading industry professionals in exploring the creative, commercial and critical dimensions of print, digital, and experiential fashion media.