Masters in Styling in Europe

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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Styling is an important part of the fashion industry, but not something that comes naturally to many fashion designers. A styling course teaches the needed skills to create a story through a set and work with photographers to design a photographic image.

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Masters In Styling In Fashion, Advertising And Media

FDModa - LCI Barcelona
Campus Full time 2 semesters September 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Master in Fashion Styling, Advertising and Broadcasting aims to train professionals in fashion styling, with special emphasis on the role of art director in both fashion editorials for magazines such as advertising, catwalks and showrooms as well as direct styling in an audiovisual production (Film, TV, Entertainment, etc..) where there is an official costume characters and characterization. [+]

Masters in Styling in Europe 2017. Language of instruction: Spanish In an era in which ideas are conveyed through images, the role of the stylist has taken a leading role as a strategic tool for an optimal management of the image you want to convey. And the image that identifies a fashion brand depends not only designers, but also, and increasingly, responsibility for stylists and art directors. The stylist is a key for ensuring the success of a product in the market, launching current and different visual proposals. Stylist as "interpreter of fashion" is present in the development of fashion collections in the staging parades, showrooms in organizing, planning of fashion shows and events, and also increasingly share communication related to advertising, promotion or sale. The Master in Fashion Styling, Advertising and Broadcasting aims to train professionals in fashion styling, with special emphasis on the role of art director in both fashion editorials for magazines such as advertising, catwalks and showrooms as well as direct styling in an audiovisual production (Film, TV, Entertainment, etc..) where there is an official costume characters and characterization. Objective: Knowing the work of a stylist in its different facets. Investigate, analyze and apply both creative techniques and the latest trends. Identify fashion trends throughout history, to suit each project. Mastering the tools necessary for image consulting and personal shopper. Learning to use resources for fashion advertising a brand image in creating an advertising campaign or an audiovisual production. [-]

Master in Fashion Styling & Visual Merchandising

Domus Academy
Campus Full time 12 months September 2017 Italy Milan

The Master in Fashion Styling & Visual Merchandising program investigates the role of the fashion stylist—one who selects the clothing for fashion editorials, advertisements, music videos, etc.—alongside the role of the visual merchandiser, one who creates three-dimensional fashion displays to provide customers with fresh in-store experiences. [+]

Look. Select. Combine. The Master in Fashion Styling & Visual Merchandising program investigates the role of the fashion stylist—one who selects the clothing for fashion editorials, advertisements, music videos, etc.—alongside the role of the visual merchandiser, one who creates three-dimensional fashion displays to provide customers with fresh in-store experiences. The program proposes merging these two roles to create a new professional profile: that of the “visual fashion brand communicator,” who directs the visual communication of a fashion brand. As you study to become a visual fashion brand communicator, you will learn to convey a brand’s identity and values through visual storytelling tools and create a compelling visual language for the brand. You’ll analyze visual merchandising strategies—window displays, floor plans—for showrooms, concept stores, monobrand stores, and department stores. During your year at Domus Academy, you will develop your own theoretical, analytical, and practical approach toward issues related to a specific segment of the fashion styling and visual merchandising field. And you’ll gain direct experience working with top professionals and prestigious brands. Audience The program is designed for candidates with a first-level degree in fashion design, design, photography, architecture, communication, or other related disciplines. It is also aimed at young professionals who work in the fields of industrial design and journalism, and at those who work in the media offices of fashion, fashion styling, or visual merchandising companies. Owners of fashion studios and companies may also enroll to improve their skills in fashion styling and visual merchandising. Outcome During this degree program, students will: Create a visual strategic language for a fashion brand Develop a coherent visual merchandising display Acquire and apply advanced theoretical, analytical, and critical knowledge of issues related to a specific segment in the fashion styling, visual merchandising, and brand communications field Program The program is workshop-based, supported by seminars, lectures, tutorials, and fieldwork. Industry professionals, the course leader, and project leaders guide students via individual coaching and project mentorship. The program consists of four main modules, each of which includes a two-week course and six-week workshop. The modules are followed by a two-month internship period and a final portfolio presentation. The modular structure is customizable, allowing flexibility and variety to better serve each student’s needs and goals. Courses Coursework focuses on: Exploring the historical, contemporary, psychological, anthropological, and sociological aspects of the fashion phenomenon Learning management and marketing strategies for fashion and luxury companies Developing skills with visualization and graphic rendering Investigating methods and tools for fashion research and design Exploring the factors that determine the economic performance of a brand or company Branding your own work and developing your professional identity Workshops Guided by industry professionals and faculty project leaders, you will work in cooperation with leading companies on practical projects relating to fashion styling and visual merchandising. Some possible workshop topics include the following: Produce either a real fashion editorial for a print or online magazine or a proposal for an advertisement campaign. Develop a coherent visual display from concept to execution. Analyze a luxury brand’s verbal and non-verbal DNA and articulate its core values in order to develop new extensions (i.e., products or product categories) within the brand. Gain an insider’s view on the key role of fashion buyer. Filter through product offerings to select the right mix of merchandise that could sell in adequate quantities to achieve a retailer’s profit-margin objectives. Promote a fashion project using offline and online communication and advertising and publicity events. Portfolio The final element of the program is the portfolio review. You will present your portfolio of work completed during the year in front of an exam board for evaluation. Internship There is no better way for you to gain experience in your field than actually working in it. The internship is a chance for you to work onsite for a company or design studio in your field of interest—while applying all the strategies you learned in the classroom and in workshops. Alternatively, you can complete an intensive project in collaboration with a company on the Domus Academy campus. Either way, you’ll get an inside perspective on how your industry really works, and you can make important connections that will further your career. The internship lasts two months and comes at the end of your year of studies. 100% of our students participate in the internship, including non-EU students, who may extend their visas for up to one year to complete this portion of their studies. Companies Several prestigious companies and design studios collaborate with the Master in Fashion Styling & Visual Merchandising program, actively participating in courses, workshops, internships, and international competitions organized by the department. Students have the opportunity to work directly with companies in their workshop projects and internships. This direct collaboration facilitates mentorship and gives students access to a wide network of professional connections. Companies and organizations involved in this program include: 10 Corso Como, Bonaveri, Future Concept Lab, GQ, Moncler, Marni, Moschino, Patrizia Pepe, Pleats Please, Stone Island, Salvatore Ferragamo, MUUSE, Trussardi. [-]

Master in Fashion Communication and Styling

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Milan
Campus Full time 1 year January 2017 Italy Milan

The Master in Fashion Communication and Styling forms key figures in the fashion sector. Communicating the contents of fashion is a complex task, which requires a reactive approach and the application of strategic measures in a changeable and unstable market. It must then be considered the relationship between the market and the evolution of new media and the crucial role of visual communication in the world today. The Stylist is the one who adds value to the communication of fashion products, which creates the image and is responsible for the choice of the items and the selection of combinations to be presented in the collection. The Stylist is a real fashion reporter, the link between the fashion manufacturer and consumers and readers of fashion magazines. [+]

Masters in Styling in Europe 2017. THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN ENGLISH Entry requirements: Applicants, both Italians and foreigners, considering the Master in Fashion Communication and Styling will have a good first degree in Fashion, Communication and Marketing, as well as young professionals with at least two years of experience in the field. Structure and methodology: The strength of the Master in Fashion Communication and Styling is the combination of theoretical contents, analysis and study of the manufacturers of the most successful fashion, and practical activities, carried out in collaboration with companies and industry professional practitioners in an international context. The course aims to form a Fashion Communication Coordinator, a professional able to create and carry on a communication strategy for a fashion brand. Since the visual communication of the brand has now become essential, the course gives special emphasis to the study of styling, elaborated by practical exercises, designed to represent the market values and the aesthetics of the brand effectively. The fashion communication expert must have a good understanding of the trends of a particular sector of the market, being able to develop new techniques of dissemination of information and to manage communication processes typical of the fashion world. After an initial study of the fashion industry from an historical, cultural and visual perspective, participants acquire knowledge about the communication process of fashion: from the structure of a press office with his organization and its activities, to the organization and management of a fashion show as a moment of visibility and strengthening of a brand identity up to the publishing world and events. The teaching methodology examines the communication through different media and forms of expression linked to them (publishing, styling, web, new media, advertising, corporate events). Part of the course is dedicated to the activities of the stylist: from the structure of a photographic set - organization, technical tools for professional photography and the lights, the still life study - to the iconographic research. The realization of photographic services allows participants to gain experience in the field, applying the theoretical knowledge and practical tools acquired during the course. The Master culminates in a presentation of the final project, a summary of all the classes in which the student develops the insights gained during the educational pathway. [-]

Preparatory Fashion Programs

Milan Fashion Campus
Campus Full time 1 - 3 months October 2017 Italy Milan

Do you want to became a fashion designer or stylist but you don't know how to start? Milan Fashion Campus gives you .... [+]

Do you want to became a fashion designer or stylist but you don't know how to start? Milan Fashion Campus gives you the opportunity to realize your dream. The fashion school has developed a specific combination between fashion stylist and design courses aimed to everyone who wants to step into the fashion field or prepare a portfolio Preparatory Fashion Programs indicated for those who wants to step into the fashion field or Fashion Design Portfolio Preparation The program includes: 2 weeks Fashion Styling & 1 or 2 months Fashion Design Course choosing from : Woman Wear Design Men's Wear Design Course Lingerie Swimwear Design Course Wedding Gown Design Course Accessories Design Course [-]

Master in Art Direction for Fashion Design & Haute Couture

Haute Future Fashion Academy
Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Milan

The Art Directors are the Fashion System’s most important celebrities: wooed by the big Fashion houses and known worldwide, they are famous for their unforgettable collections and brilliant ideas, or for having revived, with sometimes audacious choices, the fates of brands in decline. [+]

Masters in Styling in Europe 2017. ART DIRECTION FOR FASHION DESIGN & HAUTE COUTURE The Art Directors are the Fashion System’s most important celebrities: wooed by the big Fashion houses and known worldwide, they are famous for their unforgettable collections and brilliant ideas, or for having revived, with sometimes audacious choices, the fates of brands in decline. The Fashion house’s Creative Director is the creative team’s leader and has the task of creating collections that respect the brand’s tradition and are at the same time carriers of an innovative and competitive spirit in the marketplace. It is an important role and one of great responsibility that requires artistic and managerial expertise. The Master course in Art Direction for Fashion Design & Haute Couture aims to provide excellent training for future Creative Directors of Fashion and Luxury Brands. Its innovative approach combines the traditions of high quality Italian tailoring with the most recent design techniques. The course will enable students to discover all the secrets required to create Luxury Pret-a-Porter and Haute Couture collections, which are guaranteed to have international success. Students will also learn to orient themselves between styles and cultural traditions, gaining a profound knowledge of the lifestyles and consumption models of elites from all periods. At the end of the Master course, students will have acquired strong creative skills, a sophisticated aesthetic sense and the most advanced design and management skills, all of which are essential qualities for becoming Creative Directors and for running or setting up a Fashion Brand. This course is aimed at: Students who have already acquired a good preparation in Fashion Design. Professionals in the sector who wish to perfect their skills. Students who do not have a relevant background, but who can fill in their cultural and operational shortcomings by attending the Extension Courses. Study Plan High-End Luxury & Haute Couture Design Concept Trend Intelligence and Sociology of Consumption Contemporary Art & Visual Culture Pret-a-Porter Luxury Collection Haute Couture Collection Aesthetic and Society: the Beauty and the Luxury Fashion Trend Intelligence Personal Effectiveness Project and Collection Development Creation of Final Collection PR, Communication & Marketing for Luxury Fashion Merchandising Digital Illustration [-]

Master in Fashion Styling

Polimoda, International Institute Fashion Design & Marketing
Campus Full time 9 months October 2017 Italy Florence

Fashion Styling creates a Master of image, one who is able to dictate a style by detecting the language of nowadays-aesthetic paradigms and shape the collective imaginary of tomorrow. As an icon maker, the stylist is very in demand in different domains of the fashion industry such as design, shows, stores, magazines, celebrity and digital environments. As a professional of the image, the stylist experiments, gives... [+]

Master in Fashion Styling Fashion Styling creates a Master of image, one who is able to dictate a style by detecting the language of nowadays-aesthetic paradigms and shape the collective imaginary of tomorrow. As an icon maker, the stylist is very in demand in different domains of the fashion industry such as design, shows, stores, magazines, celebrity and digital environments. As a professional of the image, the stylist experiments, gives colour to the Spirit of Time, launches and manages transversal collaborations with designers, video makers, art directors, photographers and artists. Organisational skills, research methodology, sociological overview, a taste for the erudite quotation as well as for the subcultural one, complete the figure of the stylist along with the propensity to perform their personal vision and the lucid dream that fuels their creativity. DESCRIPTION The program includes classes with resident teachers from the industry, international guest lecturers, a five-day exchange program to Paris or London, workshops and field trips to Milan/Florence fashion weeks, the attendance of the Venice Biennale and the regular use of a professional photography studio. Fashion Styling is very intensive, structured around four educational levels (research, storytelling, icon making and applied release) and develops vertically through six possible career paths (styling a collection, styling a fashion event, digital styling, styling a store, editorial styling and personal styling), each one featuring at least one individual project. The advanced level of this course is guaranteed by a limited number of participants tutored in the creation of a professional portfolio to be presented to a company. HOW TO APPLY Work experience in fashion or closely related industries is required. Applicants with no experience but with a significant degree in art, fashion design, photography or communication will be considered. English speaking and mandatory attendance. Candidates will be selected upon presentation of portfolio, CV, motivation letter and after an interview with the Head of Department. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Fashion Stylist, Art Director, Illustrator, Graphic Designer, Web Content Manager, Video & Sound Designer, Visual Merchandiser, Personal Shopper & Stylist, Set Designer, Curator, Event Manager, Photographer, Fashion Editor. [-]

MA In Fashion Design And Model

Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 France Paris

This course is validated by the grant of a title "Designer Designer / trice mode" Level II (Fr) - 6 (Eu), Master 1, registered in RNCP by order of 07.17.2015 published in the Journal 25/07/2015 official. [+]

Masters in Styling in Europe 2017. This course is validated by the grant of a title "Designer Designer / trice mode" Level II (Fr) - 6 (Eu), Master 1, registered in RNCP by order of 07.17.2015 published in the Journal 25/07/2015 official. This professional certification is available through the VAE system. The teaching is based on the valuation of traditional skills while developing the industrial dimension of trades related to fashion design / modeling and training in new technologies, without neglecting the market-related constraints. This program prepares students for careers: Stylist (clothing, accessories, knitwear) Assistant Director of image, more commonly known as Art Director Designer (Toiliste, PatternMaker) Assistant Manager Workshop / Consultancy development-related trades product: Collection Management Assistant, Production Management Assistant, Purchasing Management Organization and Programs The school has 3 types of educational work: Knowledge of the garment according to quality criteria and proper fit The development of creativity Knowledge of the professional environment The average length of each course varies depending on the material taught and the courses are taught in French. Come from its ranks: Adeline André, Alexis Mabille, Andre Courreges, Anne Valérie Hash, Dominique Sirop, Gilles Rosier, Gustavo Lins, Issey Miyake, Jean Colonna, Jean-Louis Scherrer, Jens Laugesen, Jérôme Lhuillier, Julien Fournié, Karl Lagerfeld Lars Nilsson, Lefranc.Ferrant, Maxime Simoens, Rabih Kayrouz, Stephane Rolland, Tom Van Lingen, Tomas Maier, Suzy Menkes, Valentino, Véronique Nichanian, Yves Saint Laurent, ... DESIGNER-TOILISTE / modeller: THE 1ST TO 3RD YEAR During the first two years of training stylist - toiliste / designer, teaching is focused on the acquisition of knowledge of technical and artistic basis. The first year acts preparatory year in which the student must confirm in its earnings capacity and the potential identified during pre-registration maintenance. The programs of these two years are focused on learning the basic techniques of styling, cutting and molding of the flat cut which allow students to express their creative proposals. The objective of the third year is starting to guide students according to an identified potential and to raise awareness of a complete world brand, improving their openness and their culture "fashion" to strengthen dimension "taking initiative" and working methods, ... SYLLABUS Garment construction: Study of the morphology of the human body, its measures and shapes, cut molding, flat cut, LECTRA MODARIS, hand mounting techniques and machine models realization with studies and assembly lines, drawing and specifications (manual and computerized), clothing production techniques, calculation of cost, technical files, Knowledge of materials: fabrics Technology, armor, finishings, weaving, knitting, knit, ... From design to prototype: drawing, live model, development of creativity, research, styling, developing collections, target market, design, choice of materials of works, creation of templates, textile prints, homogeneity accessories style, ILLUSTRATOR, PHOTOSHOP, LECTRA KALEDO, Design and textile design, patterns, connections impressions, search terms, Development of education turned to the creation of accessories, Costume history and fashion, fashion culture, contemporary fashion collections analysis, Professional English, Knowledge of the world of business: professional interventions fashion marketing, creation, business, communication, specific products, Retail, Enterprise, "Learning to sell," ... collaboration Search allowing students work in natural size on the product. ASSESSMENT AND REVIEW The passage in 2nd and 3rd year is conditioned by: Obtaining a general average equal or higher than 10 on the work done during the school year: At the end of January and the end of April, a statement detailing the scores and appraisals and teacher comments will be sent to each student accompanied by a statement of his absences. Unjustified absences result in a proportional decrease of note in the field. Obtaining a general average equal or greater than 10 at year-end examination held in June of each school year. Obtaining the certificate of completion of the third year is subject to: Obtaining a general average equal or greater than 10 to 50% from the year notes and 50% of the ratings awarded by the jury of the end of the 3rd year. The passage in 4th year at the end of which is issued a Title Designer - Designer / trice level Mode II (FR) - 6 (Eu) recorded in RNCP by order of 17.07.2015 published in the Official Journal of 07/25/2015, is conditioned by: - ​​obtaining a general average equal or higher than 10 on the work done during the school year under the conditions indicated above. Unjustified absences result in a proportional decrease of note in the field. - Obtaining a general average equal or higher than 10 in the final exam. - Obtaining a rating at or above 12 on a personal project that the student appeared before a professional jury in June. - Students obtaining the jury a score between 10 and 12 will receive a certificate of end of 3rd year issued by the school. They will have the opportunity to resubmit to the jury the following year to integrate the 4th year, provided they have completed a placement year in business, naturally internship under agreement with our institution. For international students, a sufficient level of understanding and expression of French is required to enter next year. STYLING AND TRAINING MODEL: 4TH YEAR Thought by and for professionals, this grade can develop the skills expected by fashion companies. The project work, workshops and many practicing professionals provide interventions throughout the year a formal representative status of daily studios and workshops. Each promotion is sponsored by a Designer *, which individually supports students in achieving their project graduation. * Jean Colonna (2011), Josephus Thimister (2012), Yvan Mispelaere (2013), Martine Sitbon (2014), Felipe Oliveira Baptista (2015), Lutz Huelle (2016) THE PROGRAM The course and conference program involves practicing professionals for permanent or ad hoc interventions. Didier GRUMBACH (French Federation of Couture Ready-to-Wear Tailors and Fashion Designers), Barnabas HARDY (Carven), Alexandre MATIUSSI (AMI), JC DE CASTELBAJAC, MAURIZIO LIOTTI (Director of Workshops and production DIOR ) ... and many others came to share their experience and guide students of previous promotions in their projects. (The course in "Design / Fashion Design" is validated by granting a level of Title II (Fr) - 6 (Eu), Master 1, registered in RNCP by order of 17.07.2015 published in the Journal 25/07/2015 official. ASSESSMENT AND REVIEW Obtaining the Master 1 requires an average of 10/20, from 60% of the notes of the year and 40% of the examination marks graduation. Unjustified absences result in a proportional decrease of note in the field. A written report is required and considered for obtaining the Master. STYLING AND TRAINING MODEL: STAGE Created and administered by the great Parisian houses, the school has a strong network and a careers service that facilitates the internship placement and job search. 1ST, 2ND & 3RD YEAR After the first two years of training in fashion design and model a 5 months of internship allows students to confront the professional world, to discover the reality of the company's business and to formalize and more precisely the type activity corresponding to their potential and expectations. After training, students must complete a mandatory internship of three months minimum. Conventionné the probationary period may be extended up to one year after graduation (within 6 months within the same company). 4TH YEAR A contracted internship 3 months minimum must be performed from June. Conventionné the probationary period may be extended up to one year after graduation (within 6 months within the same company). ADMISSION In 4 years, the curriculum is validated by granting a level of Title II (Fr) - 6 (Eu), Master 1, registered in RNCP by order of 07.17.2015 published in the Official Journal of 25/07/2015. This program is open to holders of bachelor's or equivalent degree. The program is available in four years and admissions in 2nd, 3rd and 4th year of training in fashion design and model are possible depending on the number of places available. HOW TO APPLY 1. Make an appointment for an application interview. 2. Send us by e-mail, mail or fax the attached pre-registration form. 3. During your interview you must present your academic record, personal work portfolio, resume and cover letter. 4. Follow the specific procedure as the year include: 1ST, 2ND AND 3RD YEAR The recruitment is made on the school record, a record of personal work, a cover letter and after one interview. No charges are applicable. In addition, candidates for the 2nd and 3rd year Level tests are held in April with dates communicated to the applicants during the individual interview. 4TH YEAR Candidates must have a proven level design and clothing design technique. The selection is made on jury in early June accompanied the portfolio looks made 3 (2 fabrics, canvas 1). The jury appreciates the creative and technical potential of the candidates and their ability to adapt to the needs of studios and workshops. For external candidates to school, a screening is carried out between December and April on presentation of a letter of motivation, academic record, and the portfolio during a personal interview. STATUS Students benefit from student status: The affiliation to the regime of the Social Security is compulsory for any student under the age of 28 years. The fee is payable to the school year. Older students may be members of the scheme of personal insurance membership fee at a reduced rate. The general scheme of the School of the Union Chamber of Parisian Couture is the externship. By registering at the school, students are automatically insured against accidents of school life, including during internships in France or abroad. [-]

Master Stylist For Fashion, Media And Performing Arts

Idep Barcelona
Campus Full time 1 year October 2017 Spain Barcelona

The clothing is much more than fashion, it is the expression of the image you want to offer to show a way of being, of living and relating either to a fashion brand that wants to identify with his audience, to communicate values ​​in a advertising spot or to represent the character and times of a fictional character in a movie or a play. [+]

The clothing is much more than fashion, it is the expression of the image you want to offer to show a way of being, of living and relating either to a fashion brand that wants to identify with his audience, to communicate values ​​in a advertising spot or to represent the character and times of a fictional character in a movie or a play. But the image does not depend only on the designers, it is also the responsibility of stylists, costume designers and art directors specialized in designing clothing through a message in order to generate a visual impact or tell a story. Although traditionally the fashion stylist for fashion editorials and catwalk was limited, its contribution has now expanded to other communications more related to advertising, promotion, sale and retention of the image, covering art direction and techniques like window dressing and the presentation of the products at the point of sale, fairs and showrooms. On the other hand, as the costumes for fiction or costume, it requires a professional who knows both capture the psychology of a character as the dramatic evolution from a script, you translate the requirements of leadership in an attractive and appealing design for viewer, and you know testing costumes for actors and dancers with a physiognomy and very specific needs. Its mission is to find the means to connect a whole fashion consumer or viewer effectively, and translate the requirements of the mark or script in an attractive visual proposal. GOALS This master's degree enables students to tackle projects that clothing becomes the axis of creating visual impacts and should convey the image of a brand personality or character. At the end of the program, the student will have the necessary tools to configure looks for different publishing media, showrooms, fashion events, point of sale (visual merchandising) and fairs also know how to use resources for fashion and costume creation of image in an advertising campaign, an audiovisual production film or television, a play or dance or specific items for circus. Students learn to work on a script or briefing, represent a brand, generate fiction, creating characters, etc. That is, to use clothing as a vehicle of communication and not as an end in itself, stressing the importance of teamwork and the interaction with other creative professionals such as photographers, makeup artists, set designers and stage managers. In short, we will form stylists and costume designers to bring their vision of fashion to a computer on which the most important is the generation of image and performance. Addressed to Graduates and graduates with experience in fashion and other creative areas linked by creditable academic curriculum and / or portfolio. Access and Degree Access university degree (bachelor or graduate degree) and internal selection process. own master's degree awarded by the Universitat Abat Oliva CEU is obtained. Curricular Itinerary This master's degree is the result of combining the academic curricula of postgraduate Styling and Art Direction in Fashion and Costume Design for Performing Arts, Film and TV. [-]

Master in Fashion Styling & Portfolio

Istituto Marangoni
Campus Full time 1 year October 2017 Italy Milan

The success of a brand is linked above all to the image: everything speaks about the brand, from the tone of a photo shoot to the organisation of a show, from the display in a store or showroom to relations with the press. Stylists are involved in each step of [+]

Masters in Styling in Europe 2017. The Course The master’s in fashion styling & portfolio is intended to grant the students advanced knowledge and develop a broad range of abilities in the field of fashion styling and fashion photography, promoting originality and autonomy while working to respond to the changing needs of the fashion industry. The exhaustive study of existing and emerging technology in the contemporary fashion industry is aimed at the development of the independent personal research of the student. The stylist has the job of bringing value to the communication of fashion products, creating the image. Based on their refined sensitivity, they are able to create style that tells a story about the impact of fashion in everyday life. Their means of expresson are: the editorial pages regarding trends in fashion magazines, the interpretations of fashion products in blogs and online magazines, the creation of image and video collections, the design staff of research offices in style and trends. In addition to the requirement of creativity, fashion stylists have a rich knowledge of the history of fashion, as well as trends, styles and the tastes of modern society. The stylist plays a key role in the success of a fashion collection. These professionals can collaborate with magazines in fashion and style,n design offices design or in offices of Italian and international fashion houses. They may also find work in the creation of catalogues, as well as in image consulting, in offices for research and trend or work with press offices. Learning Outcomes understand the relationship between the theory of photography, its practice and its context; manage images in Photoshop and multimedia; manage a photographic space and choose its location; create photoshoots with models and technical assistants; manage the creative process from an idea to its realization; analyse and describe fashion photographs and their cultural context. Course Themes cultural identity of styling fashion brand creative communication and experimentation creative visualization theory and practice research methods [-]

Master Beauty Consulting - One Year

Uptodate Fashion Academy
Campus Full time 6 months April 2017 Italy Milan

The course will provide a broad overview of scenery with regards to fashion, cosmetics and the entire field of well-being (thermal bath, beauty farm, fitness center, etc.). [+]

Beauty Consulting

Classes will be taught both Italian and English

The course will provide a broad overview of scenery with regards to fashion, cosmetics and the entire field of well-being (thermal bath, beauty farm, fitness center, etc.).

The synergies in place between the world of beauty and of fashion are by now a reality.

The beauty and well-being market experiences continuous growth and always on the look for more and more specialized figures.

Course Program

Sp01 Fashion Make-Up SpecialistSp02 Fashion Hair-Styling SpecialistGi01 Global Image & Life Coaching

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