Fashion Styling

This is a four-week intensive course, that aims at providing students with an all-encompassing knowledge of the styling field. With a wide variety of modules such as fashion styling, brand styling, personal styling, as well as styling for movies and ad campaigns, this course is a thorough programme for beginners interested in this line. We aim to equip the students with the confidence and exposure required to make a successful career in the fashion industry.

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Course Overview

'Styling' is the very soul of fashion. It is the creation of an image, a visual, and a way of expression. This course entails a holistic understanding of the role of a stylist in the fashion industry. It is carefully designed to assist the student to study style trends, designer collections and style tribes. Students enrolling for this course will get a first-hand experience along with an insight into the industry functionalities.

There is often a misconception that fashion styling is a field that is limited to celebrity styling and that it involves dressing people up with brands. However, this couldn't be further from the truth. Our modules detail and outline the difference between styling for photography and films, for conceptual shoots and commercial shoots, for e-commerce portals and designer look books, etc.

We also equip our students with the history of styling itself. This subject is very important, and an understanding of the influence of history and art on the fashion of a particular era is key to having a rock-solid foundation in this field. You never know when you may have to style for a period film or make the characters convincingly portray a certain time in history! Therefore, you can see how being in a field like this can have a massive potential. From working with photographers to art directors, costume makers and hair and makeup artists, this line involves a lot of creativity and knowledge for one to make a mark.

The subjects that are taught will give the students a deep understanding of colours, skin tones, fabrics, silhouettes, textures, body types, personality styles, what happens behind the scenes of a shoot or a campaign, styling for e-commerce brands and ads, etc. By the end of this course, and after working on various individual and group assignments, the student will have a rock-solid foundation in fashion styling, and enough exposure to its various sections. You will also more specifically be able to opt for which area of styling appeals to you enough for you to pursue as a career or specialise in.

You can also expect to gather insider knowledge of the professional life cycle of a stylist, how a fashion editorial works, how fashion shows are designed, how commercial work is organized, how the music industry functions, how pop promos are created, etc.

You will also be trained in team management and art direction.

The curriculum includes the creation of a "Styled" image. It involves a test shoot, how to create a fashion image with a given theme and learning the varied roles of a stylist.

Some of the many fields that will be open to you after the completion of this course are:

1) Fashion Styling (For brands, lookbooks, companies, magazines, showrooms, e-commerce, advertisements, runway shows, etc)
2) Personal and Celebrity Styling
3) Commercial Styling
4) Art Direction
5) Fashion Blogging
6) Writing features for magazines and other publications
7) Styling for media (movies, television shows, etc)


Modules Covered

The course will include 10 modules of study and research work is based on contemporary fashion styling. On this course you will learn about:
  • Concepts
  • Mood boards
  • Working with photographers, hair and make-up artists and models
  • Sourcing product & returns
  • Styling kit
  • Composition, colour and mood
  • Studio vs. Location
  • Conceptual editorial styling vs. sales-driven commercial styling
  • Film styling vs. photographic styling
  • Fashion editing

Teaching and learning methods
  • Lectures
  • Group discussions
  • Practical workshops
  • Field trips
  • Market visits
  • Shoot (a variety of options available)
  • Research: Learning extends beyond the taught sessions. Students must undertake independent fieldwork and self-directed study

Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of the course students will be able to:
  • Understand the role of fashion stylist and how fashion styling is utilised within different areas of the fashion and design industry.
  • Understand the elements and processes which go into the creation of a styled image.
  • Understand how to work with a photographer / creative director to produce professional and innovative imagery.
  • Work with composition, taste and style, with relevance to current and future trends.
  • Understand the concept of styling, realising it's potential within the media, promotion, advertising and sales.

Certification

Upon the successful completion of this course, you will receive a certificate of completion from LST. LST is accredited by the British Accreditation Council.

Tutor

Taught By Joseph Toronka - Fashion & Personal Styling

Tutor for Fashion & Personal Styling at LST, Joseph has been working in the fashion industry for over 15 years. He studied for a degree in Product development for Fashion at the London College of Fashion. He proceeded to work in Fashion PR for brands including YSL and Jasper Conran.

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Taught By Laura Lightbody - Fashion & Personal Styling
Tutor of Fashion Styling at LST, Laura Lightbody is a graduate from Central Saint Martins, London, UK As a part of a high-performance team of model agents at New York's premier agency, Wilhelmina. She also has her casting and production company, One Girl Productions.
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Course Fees and Dates

Course Fees- 2019-2020

The London School of Trends offers two packages for each of the courses taught:

One-Month Residential Course for £3500
This includes:
1) Tuition Fees
2) Round-trip airfare (from Delhi/Mumbai to London Heathrow)
3) Accommodation (including lunch, dinner and breakfast)
4) Transportation within London for all course-related activities(museum/exhibition visits, social events, shoot, etc.)
* An airfare surcharge might be applicable for certain countries
One-Month Non-Residential Course for £2000
This includes:
1) Tuition Fees
2) Round-trip airfare (from Delhi/Mumbai to London Heathrow)
3) Transportation within London for all course-related activities (museum / exhibition visits, social events, shoot, etc.
Please note: Under this package, accommodation & meals are NOT provided for.
*An airfare surcharge might be applicable for certain countries*
Payment Terms
1) The course fee must be paid in full before the start date of the course.
2) The London School of Trends encourages all participants to pay the fees in advance to secure their place.
3) The London School of Trends accepts payments through credit/debit cards, payment gateways (including PayPal), and bank transfers.
For further assistance on the above information, please email: enquiries@lst.ac or call us on +44 (0) 20 7096 1142
Withdrawal from course
Residential/Non Residential Short Course:
If you decide to withdraw from the course before the start date, a refund (deducting any charges that might have been applied by a thirdparty) will be processed for you.
*International Students: If your visa has been refused, a full refund (deducting a £250 administrative fees) will be processed for you.

 

Note:
-We will be unable to process any refunds once the course has started, or if the visa has been issued and you decide to withdraw.
-INIFD students must contact their local centre for information on the admission procedure.

Course Dates:- 2019-2020 (Residential & Non-Residential Programme)
Thursday 7th of November 19- Friday 6th December 19
Thursday 5th of December 19- Saturday 4th of Jan 20
Friday 10th January 20- Monday 10th February 20

Entry Requirements

The London School of Trends looks forward in training the applicants who have a keen interest in the creative field of fashion styling. We give utmost importance to the passion of the student and their dedication towards learning the course. All of our courses are taught in English, and the applicant must have a good command over the language.

Course Application

You will be required to complete the filling of the application form for the London School of Trends provided below. The applicant must be of at least 18 years of age at the start of the course.

 

International Students

All our courses are taught in English so a good command over English is essential.
(If the applicant is not proficient in English, it is recommended that they obtain an IELTS score of 6+ at the minimum. You can visit thewebsite: ielts.org for more information about this test).

For any further assistance, you can reach out to us at enquiries@lst.ac Depending on your passport of origin, you may be required to apply for a Short Term Study Visa to legally study in the United Kingdom for up to 6 months. Please visit www.gov.uk for more information on the same or please contact our team for advice on enquiries@lst.ac.

NOTE: INIFD students must get in touch with their local centre for information on the admission procedure.

Campus Information

London
London School of Trends
Level -2, 5
34 Chalk Farm Rd
London NW1 8AJ
Tel No:
+44(0)20 7096 1142

Email:
enquiries@lst.ac
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