Fashion Stylist

Language

Italian

Start date

November 2022

Frequency

Evening

Fruition

On Campus

Duration

7 Months

Course coordinator

Marta Modena

Price

3.650 €

By conceiving and designing the atmosphere and style, a Fashion Stylist creates, takes care and expresses the visual identity of a brand, magazine or fashion event.

An image expert, he is always up-to-date with current trends and capable of joining creativity and communication.

Following specific aesthetic parameters and creating suggestions and stimulating interpretations, he/she places the product within a context that makes it visible and accessible.
In practice, the Fashion Stylist is in charge of selecting combinations of clothes and accessories for photo shootings, events and fashion shows, relating it with the specific image and communication that needs to be conveyed. He/she selects models and works in close cooperation with the creative director of the brand. His/her main objective is to create a complex and coordinated style-look.

The Fashion Stylist course learning objective  is to train professionals who can effectively intervene in the communication, promotion and valorisation of the fashion-product and its aesthetic and stylistic imaginary. The course starts with an analysis of the iconographic, historical and visual fashion background, with the objective of understanding the different typologies in style and trends. This will enable students to create their own styling project.
The structure of the course allows to deepen different scenarios in which this professional operates, by analysing the close relationship between different cultural disciplines. 

Language: The lessons are held in Italian language; to attend the course, is required a good knowledge of Italian language reading and oral comprehension.

Information to decide

The teaching methodology combines frontal lectures with practical workshops aiming at enhancing the course contents through practical experience. Students will be asked to actively participate and contribute to the learning process through intermediate tests, research and in-depth analysis of one or more topics of the course, to be presented and discussed during lessons.

Faculty

Marta Modena

Course Coordinator

Antonio Cucuzza

Alice Lissoni

Diletta Dincao

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