Fashion Styling and Communication

Master Courses - Madrid

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The Fashion Styling and Communication Masters degree forms professionals that will be capable to come up new fashion visual proposals (styling, creative direction, fashion film….) as well as developing contemporary communication, branding and marketing strategies for existing fashion companies. It is a theoretical and practical training that brings the student closer to the realities of the professional market through a series of collaborations with different fashion brands (luxury & high street, showrooms, vintage, agencies, etc), where they will acquire the necessary skills to tackle the new challenges in the fashion sector.

 

  • Credits
    60
  • Start date
    October 2019
  • Duration
    9 Months
  • Attendance
    evening
  • Language
    English

Goals
• Learn about the historical, ethical, social and cultural aspects of fashion to build a solid foundation for academic and work projects
• Learn how to identify the sources of suitable references to work on them properly
• Understand, at a deep level, the functioning of the current fashion sector as a whole
• Develop artistic-conceptual skills around the creation of the fashion image
• Promote personal analysis, in terms of image and fashion communication, to carry out an appropriate self-branding, which can be applied to collaborating brands
• Acquire knowledge about current communication, branding and marketing strategies, and learn to propose innovative ideas in the near future
• Master the digital tools necessary for the development of projects and learn to hold professional conversations in the workplace
• Internalize all aspects related to sustainability in the broadest sense of the concept and its application


Professional Opportunities
• Fashion Stylist
• Fashion Editor
• Creative Director
• Content Creator
• E-commerce Operations
• Visual Merchandising
• Communication Key Account
• Manager
• Marketing Strategist
• Social Media Manager
• Fashion PR


Dates and Schedules
October 2018 - July 2019
Mon to Fri, from 19:00 to 22:30 h; Friday from 19:00 to  22:30 h