I’m an aspiring stylist. I came to the College as an Undergrad in Economics and Politics with the dream of making it in the fashion industry. I challenged myself in many modules in the Masters programme which has been so rewarding. I have learnt so much with thanks to my amazing tutors and friends.
“A statement necklace or earrings with a simple black jumper for a zoom meeting can turn drub into fab.”
Throughout my experience at the College there was a definite highlight for me. The course has been amazing and I have thrived in every aspect, but I particularly enjoyed the excitement of putting outfits together and experimenting with new trends and styles. I finally found where I felt I belonged.
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In MA Fashion Communications I learnt and utilised many skills. Here I’m showcasing a collection of projects that I am very proud of, and that illustrate my creative spirit developed at the College.
ADAM - Styling for the Millennial Irish Male
Through in-depth research I produced this Look Book, with recommendations for the millennial Irish male to be experimental in what fashion and accessories to wear whilst supporting Irish brands.
Future of Feeling - Fashion Re-Imagined
A report on “Future of Feeling” and the future of materials and how the fashion industry should unfold future fabrics to create a stronger connection between texture and soul.
Creative Collaborative Brief - Subscription Box
This exciting collaborative project was to create a consumer led innovative for a subscription box for Vogue and Bon Appétit magazines.
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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.