The world of fashion journalism is an exciting, fast paced profession that can be difficult to break into. In this introductory fashion journalism course you will learn everything you need to navigate your way through what is a competitive but rewarding industry, led by a professional journalist with over 25 years’ experience...
Taught by: Paul Tierney.
The world of fashion journalism is an exciting, fast paced profession that can be difficult to break into. In this introductory fashion journalism course you will learn everything you need to navigate your way through what is a competitive but rewarding industry, led by a professional journalist with over 25 years’ experience.
As well as learning core skills and writing technique, you will be set a series of briefs and asked to submit work on a regular weekly basis. The tutor’s aim is to mentor and improve, ultimately making you a better and more informed writer. This course is aimed at beginners and those seeking to enhance their general knowledge.
As this niche area of journalism changes and develops, you will discover how print and digital publishing, and text for fashion and lifestyle publications is ever evolving. Do you see yourself as the next Tim Blanks or Susie Bubble? Well, this is the place to start.
- generating ideas
- short feature writing
- trend Reports
- catwalk analysis
- the art of blogging
- how to get noticed – pitching your ideas
Entry Requirements: None
Paul Tierney is a London-based fashion journalist, editor, university lecturer, and a tutor at London College of Fashion. He teaches on fashion journalism courses in London and Dubai. Paul is regularly commissioned by the world’s leading newspapers and magazines, including Love, Pop, Another Man, The Independent and The London Evening Standard. He is the Editor at Large of bi-annual style magazine, Ponystep, a regular columnist for Grazia Middle East, and a consultant to Conde Nast UK. With over 25 years experience, Paul is one of the leading authorities in his field, and commissions some of the world's most respected writers.
In order to fully participate in the practical exercises please bring the following materials/equipment to the first class:
- Notebook and pen
- A laptop would be useful to complete the in-class projects
As part of your research you will be required to do some printing. Please bring a small amount of cash to the course on your first day to credit your printing account. It is unlikely you will need to spend more than £5.