At the Conde Nast College of Fashion & Design, I took on the roles of producer, writer, editor, as well as (even) podcaster. I served as a contributing writer to the college’s blog where I covered topics related to sustainability, radical transparency, and industry change.
The most valuable thing that I learned from the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design is to follow your instincts. Don’t hesitate or dwell on a project for too long. When creativity strikes. Sometimes it works best to jump in headfirst.
As an MA Fashion Media (Fashion Journalism) student, I specialised in projects related to 1) media and podcast production, 2) magazine editorial, and 3) short and long-form investigative stories. The following work includes previous school assignments as well as articles published via the Conde Nast College Student Blog.
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As an MA Fashion Media Practice (Fashion Journalism) student, I was able to hone my skills in journalism, content creation (editorial), and podcast production.
The (Un)Ethical Consumer Podcast
Master’s Thesis Project: The (Un)Ethical Consumer Podcast Edited, Written, Produced by Zoë Goetzmann Co-Produced by Marlon Percy Podcast Cover Design by Avery Shaw.
Sound Piece: Every Piece of Clothing Podcast
Sound piece project completed in response to prompt, “What Does Fashion Sound Like?”
Model: Doris Macey
Photographer: Zoë Goetzmann
Clothing: Leather Jacket, ‘Miss Sixty’
Location: Chelsea, London, United Kingdom
The Gentlewoman Editorial Proposal
Editorial proposal and mock cover created for the MA Fashion Media Practice (Fashion Journalism) Pathway.
Model: Gemma Chan
Photographer: Lara Jade, Modern Luxury Photoshoot
Lost Kids in Paradise
Long-form feature article written on recent college cult scandal in the style of ‘Vanity Fair’
Defining Radical Transparency
Article written for and published by the Conde Nast College of Fashion & Design Student Blog in celebration of Earth Day 2020. Reposted via Conde Nast on Twitter.
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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.