Visual Merchandising is the art of presenting the product to the consumer, in a way where the merchandise looks enticing enough for them to make the purchase. It is the creative process that evokes the desire to buy. This course teaches the student the co-ordination of all the physical elements required to create a visual.Apply Now Download Course Catalogue
Visual Merchandising is the art of presenting the product or service to the consumer, in a way that it looks enticing enough for them to make the purchase. It is the creative process that evokes the desire to buy. This course teaches the student multidisciplinary visual merchandising and branding experience, and students will learn to achieve a wide range of design skills that will include all aspects of visual retail display and fashion spaces.
Visual Merchandising, when done well, can show the wide variety of products in a store, while also highlighting the product or service that need to be the focal point for the brand. Store displays change with every new collection or sometimes with special occasions.
The study of colours, associated moods, interiors and ambience design are all taught in this course, to make the student understand how to best showcase a brand's merchandise.
It is all about telling a story most creatively, and we teach that to our students under the able guidance of an industry veteran Sarah Manning.
The London School of Trends offers two packages for each of the courses taught:
The London School of Trends looks forward to training students who have a keen interest in the creative field of visual merchandising. 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.
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.
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 the website: ielts.org for more information about this test).
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