Part time Course in Personal Shopping in London in United Kingdom

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Introduction to Personal Styling

Fashion Retail Academy (FRA)
Campus 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 [+]

Part time Course Studies in Personal Shopping in London 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... [-]

Introduction to Buying

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

This course provides an introduction to the role of a Fashion Buyer within a buying office whether a fast fashion, multiple door retailer or a multi-brand independent business. [+]

This course provides an introduction to the role of a Fashion Buyer within a buying office whether a fast fashion, multiple door retailer or a multi-brand independent business. The programme explores what is involved in the buying function of the business and examines certain components in the range-building process. This course is suitable for students, people with shop-floor experience or those who are new to the subject. The course includes: Role of a buyer Customer profiling, understanding target markets and trends Process of the supply chain and the importance in fashion buying Creation of mood boards Range planning and retail business terminology including seasonal phasing Comparison shopping to understand pricing policies and competition on the high street Different types of retail organisations including online The following aspects of buying and range planning are covered: Customer Profiling - examination of population measurements (geographics, demographics, psycho-graphics), pen portraits, marketing theories and case studies Role of the Buyer - responsibilities and key skills required of the buyer within the retail organisation Trend Analysis - researching how buyers know what to buy, including trend forecasting packages and creation of mood boards Product Selection - key aspects of brand buying; research, buying trips, KPI's, strategy, analysis and brand mix Trading - driving sales of a range, WSSI, best-sellers, markdowns, stock management and OTB Range Planning - exploration of the creative aspects of range planning required to create a balanced and commercial range Product Development - buying cycle, buying trips, competitor analysis, critical path management, buyers... [-]

Vogue Teen Weekend

Conde Nast College
Campus 2 days July 2017 United Kingdom London

The Vogue Teen Weekend is a two-day programme suitable for sixteen and seventeen year olds. This weekend course offers a unique view of the fashion industry via the lens of British Vogue. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Personal Shopping in London in United Kingdom. Aimed at those interested in learning more about the exciting world of fashion, the courses will offer a broad introduction to the industry and the career paths it can offer. Specifically, the courses will address key areas such as which designers shape the fashion industry, how trends develop, the importance of branding in fashion, how a magazine is created, what happens behind the scenes of a fashion shoot and a fashion show, what jobs the fashion industry offers and which skills and qualifications are needed for these roles. Each weekend course will be able to accommodate 60 students. Please note that we do not provide accommodation and our care provision for students only extends to class hours. Each weekend course will be able to accommodate 60 students. Please note that we do not provide accommodation and our care provision for students only extends to class hours. Course dates: 8-9 July 2017 Tuition fee: £522 (including VAT) [-]

One Week Fashion Styling Course

Conde Nast College
Campus 1 week September 2017 United Kingdom London

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. [+]

During the course, students will develop ideas for a studio-based fashion shoot before going on to work with a team of industry professionals to create their own fashion images. Students will also plan and photograph a still life accessories shoot. They will hear from fashion industry experts on a range of related subjects such as street photography, creating look-books and shopping pages, styling celebrities, and researching trends. As well as examining the work of inspiring stylists and photographers, students will also find out how agencies work, how products are sourced for shoots and the key differences between editorial and advertising work. The course gives an insight into the work that goes into creating fashion images and the skills required to attain a successful career in styling. 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 each 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: £840 including VAT [-]