This course presents the figure of the marketing manager - the one who knows about the fashion product, how to merchandise it and how to find a unique market space in a scenario where overabundance has completely changed consumer habits.
The study plan features: Contemporary Fashion (system, trade fairs, designers, brands), Craft to Business (operations for textile, knitwear and leather goods), Fashion Development (design concept, 3D techniques and product development), Fashion Merchandising (collection and line planning, product industrialisation), Fashion Marketing (consumer behaviour, market attractiveness and benchmarking).
Opportunities included are a visit to both the Gucci and Ferragamo museums, attending a lecture given by an industry expert, your own project and an individual meeting to help you ascertain your potential skills and inform you of further study possibilities.
Fashion Marketing and Merchandising is the ideal start to a career in fashion and leads perfectly into either the four-year undergraduate in Fashion Management or the nine-month master in Fashion Merchandising & Buying.
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Last updated January 12, 2016