Creative Styling and Image Making are critical entry points into Fashion. From magazine shoots, catwalkpresentation, installations, fashion films, social media and look books designers and photographers work withstylists to create strong relevant fashion images, looks and visual statements. Through image, we understandthe creativity and craft of Fashion.
This course will introduce you to styling, promotion, creative direction andimage-making for fashion, examining contemporary magazine shoots, digital media, genres and key creators offashion imaging: introducing you to further study (Fashion Communication, Promotion and related areas) andcareer options as a stylist or creative director. Students will be introduced to research methodologies, teamwork,set and prop building, working with models, photographers and location scouting.
Students will complete daily tasks, building a body of work that can contribute to portfolio building andpreparation for further study. They will learn about fundamental techniques for Fashion Styling,Communication, Imaging and Creative Direction and methodologies used within the industry, further and highereducation.
Advice will be provided on application processes, portfolios and further study options at FE and HElevel
Clear, easy to understand lessons:
Digital Credentials (badges and certificates)
Students will receive a UAL Short Courses digital badge and certificate on completion of the course. Digital credentials are a great way to celebrate your accomplishments and stand out from the crowd. Find out more about our digital badges and credentials.
Please bring with you to the first session:
All other materials and specialist equipment will be provided by the college, including mannequins, individual sketchbooks, textiles and art and design mediums.
From magazine shoots to catwalk presentations, designers and photographers work with stylists to create fashion images and looks. This teenagers' course introduces you to styling for fashion, examines contemporary magazine shoots working stylists.