Language

Spanish

Start date

January 2024

Frequency

Part-time

Fruition

On campus

Duration

3 Months

Credits

15

Discover the importance of the fashion stylist’s role. Adapt to the transformations of an ever-changing global market that offers new opportunities for professional growth every day.

The CSP (Continuing Study Program) in Fashion Styling opens the doors to a wide range of professions in a key area for the development, presentation and promotion of seasonal products and trends.

In this 3-month course you’ll find out exactly how a stylist works, creating effective proposals that convey the client’s message, inspiring and motivating your audience in a number of ways (fashion shows, catalogues, shop windows, in points of sale, specialised publications, and more).

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Discover the ins and outs of fashion styling and the essential role it plays, working on creative projects to communicate ideas in a new aesthetic language.

In this course, you’ll be studying with professionals working in the sector, eager to pass on their experience. These studies are not just theoretical, you’ll also have the opportunity to put theory into practice in workshops, and go on location for photo shoots and tours. The course is divided into five components (professional, sociocultural, technical, project and communication) that combine theory with practical experience to give you in-depth knowledge of the fashion styling world.

The new skills and know-how you acquire will serve you well when working with photographers or on promotions in general. You’ll also have the resources you need to create proposals on a variety of platforms for many different situations. The course leaves no stone unturned, from the initial concept to the final look, from beauty proposals to photography.

As it’s an introduction, this intensive course is for people interested in taking their first steps in the world of fashion styling, for aspiring professional stylists with the required profile, and anyone who wants more in-depth knowledge of fundamental fashion styling themes such as sensitivity, composition, products and materials.

A CV and cover letter are required for enrolment in the course. The school will evaluate each case on its merits if some of the admission requirements are not met, and may call the applicant for a personal interview.

This Continuing Studies Program gives you a full understanding of the stylist’s role in the various sectors of the fashion world, and how a stylist interacts with the professionals working in those sectors. You’ll acquire global knowledge of the historical and socio-cultural context of this profession, a source of inspiration and the foundations on which you can build concepts that satisfy even the most demanding needs and requirements. When you finish the course you’ll be able to create your own content, from the initial idea to the final look, and adapt it to different styling projects.

Studying at one of the best fashion schools in Europe gives you the aesthetic criteria, skills and resources you need to present your projects in an innovative, effective and coherent way. What’s more, you’ll be studying in one of the most important cities in the fashion world, a unique 'showcase' and a limitless source of inspiration.

Syllabus

PROFESSIONAL COMPONENT

A stylist’s roles

Sectors of opportunity

Specialised publications and references



SOCIOCULTURAL COMPONENT

The history of fashion

The history of styling

Art, film and music



TECHNICAL COMPONENT

Colour technique

A stylist’s tools

Photography

Beauty

The creative process



PROJECT COMPONENT

Creative clothing manipulation and inspiration

Generating concepts and making a moodboard

How to use a sketchbook

Taking test shots

Still life masterclass

Communication



COMMUNICATION COMPONENT

Social Media

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