Fashion Styling: Commercial, Media and Editorial
This comprehensive 8 week course, led by leading stylist Laura Jordan of Stylesavvy.ie, delivers the skills and knowledge needed to pursue a career as a stylist in a commercial or editorial setting. The programme consists of a series of lectures by Laura and industry guest speakers.
The course is ideal for those who wish to develop their fashion knowledge and expertise to a professional standard. Whether your interest lies in Personal and Red Carpet styling, Media, Commercial and Advertising or Fashion Editorial work, this is the course to bring your skills to the next level.
Starting Date and Format
Course Duration: 8 Weeks
Modes of Study: Evening Course
Now enrolling for September 2016.
Please see our Timetable & Fees page for more details
Week 1: Colour Theory and Shape Analysis
Week 2: Understanding Trends
Week 3: Capturing Images
Week 4: Hair and Make Up
Week 5: Playing the PR Game
Week 6: The Role of Blogging and Social Media
Week 7: Where to Go From Here – Industry Focus
Week 8: Assignment Presentation
Assessment involves the presentation of mood boards, wardrobe sourcing and itemising, and completed shoot images. These will incorporate the key skills of basic fashion photography, concept communication, styling, and hair and make-up.
Successful participants will be awarded a Dublin Institute of Design Certificate in Fashion Styling: Commercial, Media and Editorial .
This course offers a great insight into the commercial and business world of fashion styling. The quest speakers added great value to the course and made it stand out from others courses being offered in the market.
- Katie Liston, March 2016
I really enjoyed this course. I felt very at home and comfortable in asking questions or any info I needed. The guest speakers were very good. I have done the personal shopping course also and found Laura a great teacher which is why I came back for the advanced course.
- Ciara Byrne, March 2016
If you would like more information about this course, please fill the "Request more information" request form above.
As numbers are limited for this course, pre-booking is essential.