Fashion Stylism

Continuing Study Programs - Madrid

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Fashion stylists work to communicate an idea, trend, discourse, etc. through the choice of a number of items that constitute a look. They do the styling for fashion editorials, advertisements, catwalks and events or for individual clients; they question the way in which we perceive fashion and, through their work, they become style prescribers, leading garments in a new direction. 
A number of professional profiles have emerged lately- personal shoppers, image directors, coolhunters, trendsetters- which are becoming true transformers of the image in our century. This course allows you to specialise, so that, from your personal interpretation, you can project a new way of visualizing the fashion identity.

With its mixed format, this degree will allow all students to learn, participate and be part of the IED community in person, in physical and virtual classrooms, and remotely.

  • Credits
  • Start date
    October 2022
  • Duration
    3 months
  • Attendance
  • Language

• Understand the production phases of a photo shoot for a fashion brand or editorial 
• Learn to analyse each incoming season and interpret it correctly 
• Research the different fashion trends to develop your own taste in styling 
• Acquire creative, practical and theoretical knowledge of the fashion world 
• Generate thinking and self-criticism in this area 
• Learn the basics of photography and publishing 
• Understand the importance of the culture of fashion in the stages over which a style design is created 
• Expand your contact with professionals 
• Create a work book for your future career

Professional Opportunities
• Stylist in publishing media (newspapers and magazines) 
• Audiovisual stylist (fashion video-editorial, costumes for audiovisual productions from cinema to TV) 
• Fashion consultant for companies in the sector 
• Expert in fashion communication and marketing at showrooms and PR companies 
• Freelance stylist for companies or individuals (visual merchandising, personal shopping or trend prediction, among others)