Introduction to Fashion Styling
12 WEEKS | Tuesday Evenings | 5.30PM - 8.30PM | 11th August – 27th October
If you are an aspiring stylist and would like to build up your technique and sharpen your skills, this course is for you!
This course introduces the role of a stylist and the different areas a stylist can be involved in, including main fashion and flatlay photo shoots for fashion & homewares, coordinating fashion shows, wardrobe styling for television or film and personal wardrobe styling.
A stylist develops and implements total concept styling and creative direction decisions designed to present a topic, personality or event to best advantage within a very particular cultural frame of reference. Styling governs the look, feel, appeal or ambience of a visually orientated experience that is specifically designed for a target audience. A stylist would work in conjunction with a marketing and art department to bring an idea to life predominantly with an advertising / promotional outcome.
You will participate in practical hands-on activities including working with mood boards and organising a photo shoot.
What we cover
1.Clearly describe and critically reflect upon the role of the stylist and styling in the contemporary fashion industry and in fashion journalism
2.Identify and clearly explain the necessary planning and preparation needed by a stylist to create a production schedule for a successful fashion shoot
3.Integrate and apply personal concepts and an awareness of fashion trends to a photographic shoot for a fashion product
4.Research, initiate and develop an original theme for either a fashion shoot or a window display
5.Produce and present a range of professionally styled images suitable for the fashion industry
Prior Skills & Preparation
No prior skills necessary!