November, 24th 2017
The Vocational Course in Fashion Communication, coordinated by Romina Toscano, aims at providing the students with a view on fashion and the fundamental characteristics of the fashion communication world through a series of modules on different career opportunities.
Students will learn what a fashion editor, stylist, production manager, creative manager, photograph and fashion director actually does, understanding how to write press releases, reviews, articles, interviews for magazines, newspapers, developing blogs, acquiring the necessary competences for photo shootings and fashion videos, fashion events, presentations, fashion show management and press days promotion and organization.
After having completed the preparatory phase, students will already have acquired research knowledge and organizational / technical know how to face the roles described by various professionals through out the Program
Students will also have the opportunity to test their own competences on real projects with an immediate acknowledgement of their class studies.
Students will be able to interpret styles, basic and advance aesthetic, expressive and communication codes within the fashion world.
This is be possible thanks to the awareness which students acquire on the different collaborating compartments in defining a product. Following the initial preparatory phase, the student will have the historical, technical and stylistic competences required to fulfil professional and specific roles in the business.
Undergraduate students and senior year students or professionals with a basic knowledge on the subject that wish to complete their professional training in the fashion communication, fashion styling, fashion photography, marketing, PR and events fields. The course has a limited enrolment. Acceptance is subject to CV with presentation letter with the candidates’ motivations towards the course, personal interview and evaluation of a fashion project (to be brought at the interview).
The course lasts about seven months. Attendance is set on Friday and Saturday from 9 am to 6 pm.
At the end of the Course the students will receive a Certificate of Attendance, credited by Accademia Costume & Moda. To receive the certificate it si compulsary to have attended at least 80% of the total amount of hours of the Program.
- Seminars with important professionals
- Specific lab simulations
- Film Making
- Event Management
- Participation as observers to fashion shows, tradefairs, events, atelier, showrooms, concept stores etc
- Final Project
The Master’s has a limited number of places available in order to maintain the quality level of each student’s experience. Due to demand, candidates who would like to apply need to be admitted. The process includes an interview and cv presentation.
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