Fashion Journalism - Intermediate
If you have already completed our Introduction to Fashion Journalism short course and want to practice your new styling and writing skills, don't miss out on this course. You will work on some exciting projects and your own individual tasks...
Taught by: Harriet Worsley.
If you have already completed our Introduction to Fashion Journalism short course and want to practice your new styling and writing skills, don't miss out on this course. You will work on some exciting projects and your own individual tasks. The tutor will review your progress and give you individual feedback. You will be expected to work on your projects for at least two full days each week outside the lessons.
With the tutor's support and advice you will establish and develop a bespoke set of goals to achieve during the course.
Your goals could range from getting internships, working on fashion shoots, getting work published as a freelancer, and even getting help with applying for a job! Or it could be signing onto PR's lists, going to events and writing up news stories.
Projects may include coming up with ideas for the content of a new magazine, a still life shoot, a fashion shoot, features writing, targeting magazines with features ideas and setting up a personal blog.
By the end of the course, students will have some good completed work to show to potential employers, and they will be on their way to start working in fashion journalism, applying for internships, sending features ideas to professional magazines, and applying for jobs.
Entry requirements: You should take our Introduction to Fashion Journalism short course before attempting this intermediate course.
Please bring to the first session:
- Laptop, digital camera and memory stick, or equivalent, if you have them
- Examples of your current work, if you have any