Fashion Journalism - Intermediate

If you have completed the Introduction to Fashion Journalism Course, and want to practice your new styling, writing and magazine development skills this course could be for you. Students will work on exciting projects during the lessons and during the week, and the tutor will set projects, review progress and give individual feed back to each student during the lessons...

Taught by: Harriet Worsley.

Description

If you have completed the Introduction to Fashion Journalism Course, and want to practice your new styling, writing and magazine development skills this course could be for you. Students will work on exciting projects during the lessons and during the week, and the tutor will set projects, review progress and give individual feed back to each student during the lessons. Each student will be expected to work on projects for at least two full days each week outside the lessons.

Topics covered

Students will create an individual set of goals, with the tutor's help, to achieve during the course, and the tutor will give support, advice and feedback to each student on how to achieve these.

Students' goals could range from getting internships, to fashion shoots, to getting work published as a freelancer, and even to getting a job; or it could be signing onto PR's lists, going to events and writing up news stories.

Projects will include coming up with ideas for the content of a new magazine, a still life shoot, a fashion shoot, features writing and 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 potential employers, and they will be on their way to getting a job in the world of fashion journalism, having applied for internships, sent in features ideas to magazines, and applied for jobs.

Entry requirements: You should have already complete our Introduction to Fashion Journalism short course.





Tutor information

Harriet Worsley gained her degree at Central Saint Martins in Fashion Communication and Promotion and has worked as a fashion journalist for the trade and consumer press. She taught Fashion Communication on the Foundation Course at Central Saint Martins and has written four books on the history of fashion, she is also an accomplished garden designer.

Materials

Please bring to the first session:

  • Laptop, digital camera and memory stick, or equivalent, if you have them
  • Pens
  • Notebook
  • Examples of your current work, if you have any

Details for booking

DateDay of WeekTimeDurationCostStatusLocationAction
09/01/2017 - 13/03/2017Mondays18:30 - 21:0010 Weeks£545Available Granary Sq. - N1C Add to Basket