Fashion Editor – Styling & Communication: Outline
This three-year undergraduate program in Fashion Editor – Styling & Communication has naturally grown out of the success of our one-year Vocational Fashion Communication course and at the request of both applicants and industry.
From our original program, this new course has been developed in response to the industry needs and in conjunction and consultation with our renowned industry partners, including important Fashion Stylist and Maisons.
The objective of this undergraduate program is to facilitate the student’s career path and to find employment in a variety of directions within the fashion industry and entertainment industry whether it be written, visual or organizational or a combination of all three at the end of this course. The work of a Fashion Editor requires experience in styling. Likewise the fashion stylist, as well as expressing a visual fashion narrative, working as a Fashion Editor requires the ability to write pitched at the appropriate brand, market or publication.
The aim is to educate and create a well-rounded professional figure able to understand deeply the work of each Professional Stylist, Fashion Stylist and Maisons, setting the objective to develop organizational skills, with knowledge of editorial and styling processes, brands and the overall fashion system.
Here are some examples of works made by past students of our Fashion Communication Postgraduate program:
Undergraduate 1° Academic Year 2015/2016 – ONE HOUR PHOTO (Kaltblut-Magazine); edition 2012/2013 RUN BILLY RUN; edition 2013/2014: RIGHT NOW (SHÖN MAGAZINE) TRENDS FROM THE BLOCK (VOGUE.IT), Color Curves; Realization of the fashion film on set: THE WOMAN I LOVE (master edition 2012/2013); THE INNOCENTS (master edition 2013/2014)
All those who have successfully completed a Secondary High School Diploma or equivalent, achieved both nationally and internationally.
The course duration is three academic years and attendance is mandatory from Monday to Friday; however to be accepted at the final assessments students must have at least 80% proven attendance.
The educational path is organized and split into a variety of main subject areas and assessment will be held in three main sessions (Summer, Autumn, Winter). The course ends with the discussion of a final dissertation at the end of the third and last Academic year.
- Saturday, March 11th 2017
- Saturday, May 13th 2017
- Wednesday, July 12th 2017
- Saturday, September 9th 2017
- Saturday, September 23rd 2017
Due to demand and a closed number of places available (to maintain the quality of tuition) to gain access to the course it is required the successful completion of our admission assessment, both in cultural and technical-artistic topics. Please refer to our Admission page for all of the details.
Admission Tests for 2017-2018 Academic Year are:
- Sunday, March 20th 2017
- Sunday, April 10th 2017
- Sunday, May 22nd 2017
- Tuesday, July 19th 2017
- Tuesday, September 13rd 2017
- Sunday, September 25rd 2017
Teaching and learning methods
Theoretical lessons, seminars with experts in the field, practical workshops, Individual and guided tutorial support, self-directed study make the course vibrant and relevant. The Participation in events and international contests and competitions are encouraged and supported throughout the course. Visits to museums and galleries, fashion industry headquarters and design studios, costumiers, cinema, theatre and tv sets and locations.
At the culmination of the Three Year Degree course to become Fashion Editor, following a rigid selection supported by our industry partners, students will present their final year’s work.
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