You can usually take higher education courses if you’re 18 or older. They’re regularly taught in universities, colleges and professional institutions such as art schools or agricultural colleges - nearly all of which have their own websites. You can get a wide range of skills, for example, diplomas, bachelor degrees, foundation degrees and post-graduate degrees.
A fashion designer, a fashion journalist, or anybody else connected to fashion should be well educated in art, cultural heritage, history, aesthetic theories on one hand, and on the other – be creative and capable of coming up with individual and challenging ideas and concepts. A Course in Fashion can provide a comprehensive understanding and foundation in all of these aspects.
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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. [+]
Many have heard of coolhunting but few know what it is. It is a discipline that combines marketing and sociology, which is responsible for discovering these consumer needs and anticipates that might appear in the near future. [+]
The main objective of the Bag Collection Design four-weeks course is to immerse participants in the process of creative development of a collection of bags. The course is targeted to students graduated in fashion schools, to professionals already working in the field of bags (both in bag brands or retailers) and to profiles with different backgrounds who intend to explore the possibility to pursue a career in the bag industry. [+]
Learn from a true maestro of feathers - Ian Bennett – how to shape, curl, dye, assemble and create stunning, professional-looking feather trimmings for hats and headpieces. Ideal for those who wish to add these techniques to their arsenal of millinery skills. [+]
If light control is crucial in any type of photography, it becomes imperative in the case of advertising, portraiture and fashion. [+]
If light control is crucial in any type of photography, it becomes imperative in the case of advertising, portraiture and fashion. Understanding the expressive and creative power of illumination ensures photographers the ability to adapt to the needs of each assignment with guaranteed success. This course is structured so that the professional future acquire fundamental knowledge in the techniques of studio lighting, that can be applied in advertising, fashion, portrait, scientific, experimental photography ... To achieve this goal, the dynamics of the course encourages student participation, so all practical classes are presented as actual work sessions. So, are shooting outdoors and in specialized studies and involved figures such as the art director, stylist or models. Students have available studios and classrooms for digital production and post-production of their work, which facilitates the experience and confidence necessary to integrate into the professional field. Also, for those who choose to expand their job opportunities, GrisArt recommends the following additional courses. - Course of Digital Image Processing - Postproduction Course and Finish - CGI Course - Course of Video for Photographers... [-]
This Fashion Stylist Course will allow students to develop the sense of stylizing fashion not only with great taste. Fashion stylists must always keep in mind that they have too consider a number of factors: how to match clothes to flatter all types of size and shapes of body, how to wear appropriate clothes suiting time, place and situation, or how to be trend conscious to make an eye catching campaign. [+]
Course in Fashion Styling
This Fashion Stylist Course will allow students to develop the sense of stylizing fashion not only with great taste. Fashion stylists must always keep in mind that they have too consider a number of factors: how to match clothes to flatter all types of size and shapes of body, how to wear appropriate clothes suiting time, place and situation, or how to be trend conscious to make an eye catching campaign. Whether you want to be a stylist for persional shopper or photoshootin stylist, this course will allow you to expand knowledge about styling how to dress in each situation.
The course includes exercises on mixing and matching for new ways to dress yourself, analyzing the street fashion, coordinating an outfit under budget and more. You will have to discover all sorts of shops in Milan, becoming a stylist while enjoying the fashion capital.... [-]
This course introduces participants to different areas of the fashion industry business, and gives awareness into how they all work, and an insight of which area the participants might like to work in. Participants will take a brief look at the key players and their operations within the industry. [+]
The Condé Nast College Fashion Styling course is an intensive one-week programme to introduce students to a range of practical skills and essential information on the subject. [+]
The Course in Fashion Stylist aims at training experts in the field of spectacularization, trends and habits,professionals having a good education, an aesthetic sense, taste, and creative versatility. The Course will train an interpreter of the image and communication objectivesfor the characters of advertisements, events, photographic services, and advertising videos, who is able to interact with directors, photographers, stylists and managers in order to create an emotional and relational impact even by coordinating all other involved people. [+]
A highly regarded postgraduate level course for designers, graduates and practising pattern cutters. [+]
This unique course brings together the key concepts of both photography and fashion to provide students with introductory knowledge and skills in fashion photography. Emphasizing both technical photography skills and fashion industry insight, this course gives the student a well rounded understanding of the business of fashion and the role of the fashion photographer within the industry. To provide the student a real ‘insider’ perspective, this course also includes interactions with established fashion photographers, fashion designers, fashion magazines and modeling agencies. [+]
Managing Fashion & Luxury companies requires a deep understanding of the legal framework that is characterizing the core internal processes of the companies, as well as the relations with clients and other external parties. [+]
The course that aims at acquiring knowledge and at researching the materials lasts one week and focuses on the explanation of the various production techniques for the luxury items sector. The specialization offered is very important as it aims at creating a designer with basic skills on materials and production techniques to allow him/her to make the right choises in the collection creation phase. [+]
The Fashion Design Course aims to provide an introduction to Italian Fashion Design and the development of a collection, with a particular reference to the Italian fashion-plate, its practical creation and the study of accessories. [+]
Domina construction processes of the garment through sponsorship, modeling, preparation and realization of finishes. [+]