Fashion styling has become a fundamental resource for designers to find new aesthetic formulas.
The CSP (Continuing Study Program) in Fashion Styling provides the insight students need to embrace constant changes in the fashion sector and create relevant content that can be adapted to different styling projects.
It has gained significance in product presentations including fashion shows, catalogues, window displays and points of sale, as well as constituting the creative basis which specialised fashion publications work with each season.
The course provides students with a cultural and aesthetic background, as well as thoroughly exploring practical aspects such as sector differentiation (from luxury to sport) and creating styles that suit the needs of each field and project, which includes anticipating trends, analysing collections and themes, publishing ideas for specialised media and real photo shoots.
– To provide an overview of the various fashion sectors and disciplines, from fashion editorial, catwalk, catalogues, visual display and e-commerce to moving image, cinema, advertising, theatre and fashion film.
– To understand the role and interaction of stylists in various sectors.
– To provide a historical, socio-cultural context in order to acquire a knowledge base that can develop concepts and inspiration applied to present-day demands and needs.
– To review basic, fundamental professional vocabulary and skills, including fabrics and their functions, silhouette, colour.
– To complete practical exercises in trend analysis, designers and key sector brands.
– To stimulate creativity through practical workshops in which students work on coordinating looks and handling garments, creating moodboards, sketchbooks and creative styling projects.
– To learn how to organise photo shoots, including pre- and post-production aspects.
– To develop aesthetic criteria and skills in order to present their projects in an attractively coherent manner.
The postgraduate course combines theoretical and practical areas. The first part of the course is devoted to improve the knowledge about fashion in depth. The second part is dedicated to performing practical projects that will always be started and revised in class individually to be finished at home for its following presentation in class. Both parts are in combination with several lectures made by working professional who will not only give a wide presentation about their specialization, but also explain their experiences and projects.
The course concludes with a practical exercise and a real shooting where students will demonstrate their skills, knowledge and the resources they have acquired under the guidance of several professionals.
Professionalize the knowledge in style and form so to prepare students to interpret the constant innovations created by the sector.
Apply said information to the production of one’s own contents, which can be adapted to several style projects.
Comprehend, plan, manage and solve every phase until an idea is fulfilled.
Have a total comprehension of the work itself since a stylist not only the source for products, but also for the trends to work with each season.
Fashion professionals, graduates in fine arts, graduates in communications, as well as all those who want to be specialized and professionalize their knowledge about style.
Fashion stylist, consultant in style issues for any type of company in the world of fashion in the following specific projects: consultancy, fashion shows, look-books, conventions and presentations, catalogues and advertising campaigns, specialised publications, window-dressing, advertising, shows, image consultant and personal shopper.
Fashion Communication and Management, Fashion Design and Styling
Fashion Design and Styling
Pattern Making and Fashion
Fashion Design and Styling
Fashion Design, pathway in Fashion Styling and Communication
Product and Service Design, Fashion Design and Styling, Graphic Design and Visual Communication
Textile and Surfaces Design
Fashion Design and Styling
Image Consultant and Personal Shopper
Istituto Europeo di Design publishes the winners of the scholarship contest for the Master of Design and Innovation Programmes (MDI) at IED Madrid and IED Barcelona.
The four proposals, from the areas of Design, Management & Design Strategies, Fashion, and Visual Communication, convey the interests and concerns of a new generation of designers.
Fashioners of the World 2022 celebrates the end of the fashion students’ educational journey with a wide variety of proposals that all share a fresh and innovative vision of the fashion world.
IED in collaboration with Feeric Fashion Week, will award one special merit-based scholarship to attend the Summer Course in Fashion Trend Investigation held in IED Barcelona campus in July 2023
"TAKING YOU BEYOND”, THE IED ALUMNI EVENT IN VIA SCIESA MILAN FROM 7 TO 11 JUNE.
The largest European meeting to raise awareness about the implementation of activities and projects aligned with the European Green Deal.
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This will be a series of meetings and interviews to tell what happens after graduating from a master's degree.
IED Barcelona Design School thus reaffirms its position as an international benchmark education institution in Design and Fashion studies within Spain.
IED students will explore alongside members of ONCE possible responses to the difficulties faced by this community with relation to everyday objects.
‘Aitarekin Afaltzen [Dinner with my Father]’ has been awarded in this contest known worldwide for his mission of scouting new talents and supporting them.
Modernist, Persian and Oriental influences. Casa Vicens, Gaudí’s first work, was the inspiration behind the design that IED Barcelona showcased in this house-museum.
The first work of Antoni Gaudí is an unrivalled setting in which IED Barcelona finds a parallel between the architecture and the proposals of the recent graduates: experimentation and creativity.
The projects chosen are the result of a creative process developed in different stages: from research to the final proposal.
IED Network offers 109 scholarships for its Master courses held in Italy and Spain.
Students of the Fashion Design course at IED Torino used the lockdown as an opportunity to experiment with a new expressive language that goes beyond traditional paradigms.
Behind this project are three of the school’s former Fashion and Graphic Design students.
Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week returned with a digital format and IED joined it .
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Francesco Murano, graduate student in Fashion Design at IED Milano, won the Milano Moda Graduate. Hitoshi Yamaguchi, President of YKK Italia, awarded him with the National Chamber of Fashion Award.