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. It is suitable for anyone interested in styling that would like to find out more about how fashion images are created.
About the Course
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.
20 - 24 April 2020
21 - 25 September 2020
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.
Please ensure you have read our Terms and Conditions and understand our cancellation and refund policy prior to booking.
Students can expect to be in classes from 10 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday.
2020: £894 including VAT
Applicants for these courses must be 18 years or older to enrol, and non native-English speakers are required to be proficient in written and spoken English.
Places on the one-week courses are allocated on a first come, first served basis, provided individuals meet the age and language requirements.
About the School
The Condé Nast College is an important starting point for those who want to be tomorrow’s stars of the fashion industry. With outstanding resources, modern facilities and access to experts from the wo ... Read More