My experience in editorial work began during my undergraduate studies, freelancing for digital and print publications. At that time, I knew that I could improve my practice by learning more about journalism, so, in my senior year, I applied to Conde Nast College’s MA Fashion Media Practice course.
“The industry-facing nature of the college has elevated my understanding of the fashion industry.”
While at the college, I was able to strengthen my journalistic skills by engaging with critical media theory and completing practical assignments. The industry-facing nature of the college has elevated my understanding of the fashion industry and prepared me for a fulfilling career in editorial writing.
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The coursework I’ve completed for Conde Nast College has revolved around fashion, cultural trends, and travel. Here you’ll find samples of this work as well as my Final Master’s Project.
Where To? With Who?
This edition of Where To? With Who?: Exploring Kent through the Life and Writing of Vita Sackville-West is the first in a series of travel books.
Where To? With Who?
Our destination is examined through the life and work of an author that has emerged from there, in search of lessons we can apply to our lives - anywhere.
Science Fiction to Fact in Fashion
Unpacking the relationship between science fiction and fashion, as creative spaces that help us to better envision what our future could look like.
The Nouveau Nostalgia Sweeping Paris
Jacquemus’s F/W 2020 collection was underpinned by the designer’s earliest memory of up-cycling: cutting a skirt out of a curtain for his mother.
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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.