A course to become familiar with the very recent profile of somebody who can engage with a new, sophisticated client in search of small-quantity artisanal dresses, jewels and accessories which are stylish, distributed globally yet appreciated by VIPs as well.
The study plan features: Craft to Business (operations for textile, knitwear and leather goods), Product Management (sourcing, elements of merchandising, quality management), Fashion Enterprise (business intelligence, start-up, project management), Product Communication (presentation materials, show room, b2b communication), Style Management (digital styling, p.r. and networking, blogging).
Included in the course are visits to the Gucci and Ferragamo museums, an international guest lecture, an individual project and a personal consultation about your prospects within the fashion industry, including your options for further study.
Enrolling on this course is a first-rate beginning to your education in fashion, ideally continued with the four-year graduate in Fashion Management or with the nine-month master in Fashion Enterprise.
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Last updated January 12, 2016