Course in Fashion Communication in England in United Kingdom

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Fashion Communication

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A course in fashion Communication seeks to enable students enrolled in the program to be able to create and manage integrated communication strategies that are geared towards realizing fashion marketing goals.

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Essential Fashion Design

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 10 weeks October 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

With this course you will acquire all the essential skills in fashion design. You will be able to draw models and render outfits with all the different fabrics and materials, carry out a research following a fashion trend and develop a well co-ordinated collection. [+]

Course Studies in Fashion Communication in England in United Kingdom. Essential Fashion Design With this course you will acquire all the essential skills in fashion design. You will be able to draw models and render outfits with all the different fabrics and materials, carry out a research following a fashion trend and develop a well co-ordinated collection. Course Requirements Minimum age: 18 years of age, English proficiency: intermediate and eligible to study in the UK. Duration 10 weeks (Part-time) 3 weeks (Full time) Intake Part-time (July 2017) Full-time (October 2017) [-]

Introduction to Pattern Cutting

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus Part time 10 weeks October 2017 United Kingdom London

On this course, you will learn the fundamentals of pattern cutting, experimenting with dart manipulation using basic blocks. Each process of cutting you will undergo will be followed by documenting the process both photographically and with machine sewn samples, creating a valuable technical file, suitable for job and university interviews. [+]

Introduction to Pattern Cutting On this course, you will learn the fundamentals of pattern cutting, experimenting with dart manipulation using basic blocks. Each process of cutting you will undergo will be followed by documenting the process both photographically and with machine sewn samples, creating a valuable technical file, suitable for job and university interviews. Course Requirements Minimum age: 18 years of age, English proficiency: intermediate and eligible to study in the UK. [-]

CPD in Fashion Business

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 United Kingdom London

With our Fashion Business course and subjects you will learn about the principles employed by today’s fashion industry from marketing, promotion to buying, merchandising and the supply chain and its effective management. [+]

Course Studies in Fashion Communication in England in United Kingdom. CPD in Fashion Business With our Fashion Business course and subjects you will learn about the principles employed by today’s fashion industry from marketing, promotion to buying, merchandising and the supply chain and its effective management. After completing our Fashion Business course, you will have a comprehensive understanding of the fashion industry and how it works including current and future trends and new developments. Course Requirements 16 and above [-]

Fashion Business

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 10 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

The Fashion Business course at LCCA will introduce you to the business side of the fashion industry. You will be learning the fundamentals of the design process, branding, promotion and marketing in order to sell the designs. [+]

Fashion Business The Fashion Business course at LCCA will introduce you to the business side of the fashion industry. You will be learning the fundamentals of the design process, branding, promotion and marketing in order to sell the designs. By the end of the course, you will have basic understanding of the fashion industry as a whole and the business behind making it one of the most dynamic industries in the world. Course Requirements Minimum age: 18 years of age, English proficiency: intermediate and eligible to study in the UK. Duration 10 weeks (Part-time) 3 weeks (Full time) Intake Part-time (October 2017) Full-time (June 2017, July 2017, August 2017) [-]

Introduction to Personal Styling

Fashion Retail Academy (FRA)
Campus Full time 3 days August 2017 United Kingdom London

This 3 day course provides an introduction to the world of fashion and styling including the areas of personal shopping, celebrity styling and how styling is used successfully in retail [+]

Course Studies in Fashion Communication in England in United Kingdom. This 3 day course provides an introduction to the world of fashion and styling including the areas of personal shopping, celebrity styling and how styling is used successfully in retail. This is a practical and contemporary course delivered in a series of lectures, workshops and practical sessions. Tutors are experienced stylists as well as lecturers who are working in the industry and are able to share the ‘tricks of the trade!' The course will include: Theories of body shapes and proportions Colour and how to use it to your advantage Building an effective wardrobe How styling is used in retail Styling on fashion shoots and fashion shows Practical exercises Completion of research tasks and independent research are required during the course The course is delivered by experienced tutors who are industry experts in the field of buying. The following aspects of personal styling are covered: Styling - The role of a stylist, look books, personal shoppers, visual merchandising, E-Commerce, in-store promotions, revenue and ROI. Styling on fashion shoots and fashion shows Colour & How to Use it - How to use colours, physical appearance, colour strategies and the psychology of colour and it's use Theory - Body shapes and proportions, female and male body shapes Suitable for: Beginners, 18+ Pre-course prep In preparation for the course arrange to visit and compare some of the different retail areas in London including, Bond Street, Oxford Street and Westfield (White City or Stratford).... [-]

Introduction to Merchandising

Fashion Retail Academy (FRA)
Campus Full time 3 days August 2017 United Kingdom London

This course explores the role of a Fashion Merchandiser within a central buying office, working for a multiple retailer, department store or e-commerce business. [+]

This course explores the role of a Fashion Merchandiser within a central buying office, working for a multiple retailer, department store or e-commerce business. The different components involved in successful merchandising are explained and practical merchandising exercises used to develop basic skills. The programme is suitable for people with shop floor experience and those new to the subject of merchandising. The course will include: Sales forecasting Range planning Seasonal calendars Margin and mark-up Promotions and markdowns Job roles and responsibilities On successful completion of this course you can progress to the Intermediate Merchandising 3 day course. This course provides an introduction to the role of a Fashion Merchandiser within a central buying office, working for a multiple retailer, department store or E-commerce business. Course Content: The course is delivered by experienced tutors who are industry experts in the field of merchandising. It is designed for people who would like a taster before attending a full-time course or for people working in the retail industry who would like to find out more about another area in fashion retail or as a way of enhancing current skills. The following aspects of merchandising are covered: Role of the Merchandiser - Key responsibilities of the Merchandiser and Allocator within the retail organisation, key skills required, aims and objectives Sales Forecasting and Range Plans - Strategy, analysis, planning, implementation, product hierarchy, store groupings, option planning and forecasting Seasonal Calendars - Selecting the assortment for a season, constants and variables and seasonal calculations Sourcing and Costing... [-]

Fashion & Luxury Goods Management

European School of Economics
Campus Part time 6 months Open Enrollment United Kingdom London

The aim of ESE Professional Programme in Fashion & Luxury Goods Management is to provide a focused and vocationally oriented education in specific aspects of Fashion & Luxury related disciplines, namely fashion research, marketing, trend forecasting, luxury goods management, brand management and retail management. [+]

Course Studies in Fashion Communication in England in United Kingdom. The fashion industry is a complex, growing and strongly competitive business sector. Becoming a leader in this fast evolving trade requires individuals to possess an extensive array of managerial skills, a high degree of strategic planning capabilities, interpersonal communications abilities and a creative approach to problem solving. The aim of ESE Professional Programme in Fashion & Luxury Goods Management is to provide a focused and vocationally oriented education in specific aspects of Fashion & Luxury related disciplines, namely fashion research, marketing, trend forecasting, luxury goods management, brand management and retail management. Working closely with key figures within the fashion and luxury goods industry, the programme will equip the students with an invaluable education and skills base. It will ensure that the candidates develop a competitive fashion business curriculum, allowing them to become the leading fashion innovators of tomorrow. Intake Dates: January, April, September Modules Offered*: Fashion Research, Marketing and Trend Forecasting Retail Management Brand Management E-Business & E-Commerce* *On the Milan campus only, the programme includes 5 modules (•Luxury Brands Management • Fashion Research, Marketing and Trend Forecasting • Buying and Merchandising • Retail Management • Consumer Behaviour) Total Course Hours: 165 hours Mode of Delivery: Each module entails one 3-hour session per week for a total of 15 weekly hours (Monday – Friday). Language of Instruction: English Assessment Mid Term Assessment (30%) Final Assessment (70%) (Students must have 80% attendance rate to qualify for final exam and certificate) Level... [-]

One Week Fashion Journalism Course

Conde Nast College
Campus Full time 1 week September 2017 United Kingdom London

The Condé Nast Fashion Journalism course is an intensive one-week programme to introduce students to a range of practical skills and essential information on the subject. [+]

During the course, students will research and develop ideas for articles before going on to create a website that will act as a showcase for their personal body of work. Students will hear from Condé Nast staff and other fashion media experts on a range of related subjects such as understanding the masthead, the editor’s role, conducting interviews and readership profiling. As well as examining the work of inspiring writers and editors and exploring the language of fashion, they will also find out how magazines operate, how to generate revenue from media content, and the key differences between print and digital formats. The course gives an insight into what goes on behind the scenes of a Condé Nast magazine and the skills required to build a successful career in fashion journalism. Entry Requirements Applicants on these courses must be 18 years or older to enroll, and non native-English speakers are required to be proficient in written and spoken English. For more information, please see English Language Requirements in How to Apply. Places on the one week courses are allocated on a first come, first served basis, provided individuals meet the age and language requirements. Course dates: 25 - 29 September 2017 There are 30 places available on this course, allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please note that your place on the course is not reserved until we have received the full tuition fee, which must be paid in full and upfront. Tuition fee: 2016: £840 including VAT [-]

Introduction to Buying & Merchandising

Fashion Retail Academy (FRA)
Campus Full time 3 - 5 days February 2018 United Kingdom London

This intensive course provides an introduction to buying and merchandising operations within a fashion retail business and includes key elements from the Introduction to Buying & Range Planning and Introduction to Merchandising courses. It outlines the day to day roles of the buyer and merchandiser in different fashion retail organisations and provides an insight into how closely buying and merchandising work together to ensure business success. A Merchandising module is delivered over 3 days and buying module over 2 days. [+]

Course Studies in Fashion Communication in England in United Kingdom. Course: Buying and Merchandising Introduction 5-Day Intensive This intensive course provides an introduction to buying and merchandising operations within a fashion retail business and includes key elements from the Introduction to Buying & Range Planning and Introduction to Merchandising courses. It outlines the day to day roles of the buyer and merchandiser in different fashion retail organisations and provides an insight into how closely buying and merchandising work together to ensure business success. A Merchandising module is delivered over 3 days and buying module over 2 days. The course will include: Customer profiling Creating range plans Mood boards Identifying trends Trend forecasting Supply chain Critical path Seasonal calendars Margin and mark-up Practical buying and merchandising exercises Career advice On successful completion of this course you can progress to the Buying and Merchandising Intermediate programme. The course will include a combination of lectures, workshops, practical activities, group and individual work and presentations. Both modules are delivered in a way so that information is integrated between the topics and reference made as to how the functions work together in the fashion industry. The course is delivered by two experienced tutors who are both industry experts in the fields of buying and merchandising. The following aspects of merchandising and buying are covered: Merchandising: Role of the Merchandiser - key responsibilities of the merchandiser and allocator within the retail organisation, key skills required, aims and objectives Sales Forecasting and Range Plans - Strategy, analysis,... [-]

Short Course - Trend forecasting

Istituto Marangoni
Campus Full time 3 weeks June 2018 United Kingdom London

Due to globalization, fashion and fashionable products have to match people’s desires from all over the world at the same time. Meanwhile, more local and subcultural trends are emerging creating the long tail effect. Understanding [+]

Due to globalization, fashion and fashionable products have to match people’s desires from all over the world at the same time. Meanwhile, more local and subcultural trends are emerging creating the long tail effect. Understanding the movement of trends within different social environments and how high culture, popular culture and subcultures influence, in different ways, trends in fashion and life- style, is paramount for every creative professional and this course aims to give participants the knowledge of trends with the application that research to fashion design and product design, with the aim of interpreting and applying this to their own creative process. Trend analysis looks at the interaction of shifts in fashion, consumer lifestyle and culture and means to perceive upcoming trends and predict what consumers are willing to buy several seasons ahead of time. Interpretation and contextualization of socio-cultural knowledge are the key for a successful trend preview that needs to go beyond simple intuition. Course themes week 1 Introduction: study of different types of forecasting from intuitive to predictive and the difference in both the research techniques and companies who deliver these services. Participants will be taught specific research skills, especially where to locate source material and how to read current trends. week 2 Participants will learn how to capture, analyse, interrogate and read their initial findings to support their ideas using Photoshop and Illustrator. They will learn how to collate and present multi media resource material into a trend story and initial concept. They will be taught... [-]