FASHION STYLING, PHOTOGRAPHY & FILM

Fashion expressed through still & moving image (multimedia video)

Master's Course**

1 Oct 2019 - 5 Jun 2020
it · en
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enrolment fee € 5.500
 
tuition fee EU € 25.500
tuition fee non-EU € 27.600

** Students who successfully complete the programmes taught in Milano will be awarded with an Istituto Marangoni diploma.

3 Feb 2020 - 18 Sep 2020
it · en
fees
enrolment fee € 5.500
 
tuition fee EU € 25.500
tuition fee non-EU € 27.600

** Students who successfully complete the programmes taught in Milano will be awarded with an Istituto Marangoni diploma.

Programme Specification

Highlights

Master's Course**

1 Oct 2019 - 5 Jun 2020
it · en
fees
enrolment fee € 5.500
 
tuition fee EU € 25.500
tuition fee non-EU € 27.600

** Students who successfully complete the programmes taught in Firenze will be awarded with an Istituto Marangoni diploma.

Programme Specification

Highlights

Master's Degree*

1 Oct 2019 - 29 Jan 2021
en
fees
enrolment fee € 5.500
 
tuition fee EU € 25.500
tuition fee non-EU € 27.600

* Participants who successfully complete the programmes taught in English in Paris will be awarded with a Master’s Degree by Manchester Metropolitan University-UK; Master’s Degrees include a 12-week work placement. Participants obtain 180 credits upon successful completion of the MA course. All candidates should meet specific entry requirements (please check www2.mmu.ac.uk/international/ for international equivalents); for further details please do not hesitate to contact the information office at the chosen school.

Programme Specification

Highlights

Master's Degree*

1 Oct 2019 - 29 Jan 2021
3 Feb 2020 - 23 Apr 2021
en
fees
enrolment fee £ 4.400
 
tuition fee EU £ 19.600
tuition fee non-EU £ 21.300

* Participants who successfully complete the programmes taught in English in London will be awarded with a Master’s Degree by Manchester Metropolitan University-UK; Master’s Degrees include a 12-week work placement. Participants obtain 180 credits upon successful completion of the MA course. All candidates should meet specific entry requirements (please check www2.mmu.ac.uk/international/ for international equivalents); for further details please do not hesitate to contact the information office at the chosen school.

** In London school the payment available is GBP only.

Programme Specification

Highlights

Conceptualise, style, shoot, develop and communicate. Contemporary fashion image makers & photographers understand the importance of styling to create a story and an atmosphere, together with the growing connections between still and moving image to express fashion and luxury. This 15-month course (including placement) trains participants to become visual image specialists with advanced skills development in subjects such as: styling and publishing, photography and fashion video techniques, fashion magazines and photo editorials for both offline and online media.

Through technical experimentation, cultural content and creative research, the course looks at how to reflect the soul and identity of a fashion trend through photography and moving image. Concentrating on the visual language of communication participants approach the key different aspects of fashion styling, learning how to persuade, inspire and create an emotional response.

They acquire the technical, creative skills and theoretical knowledge needed to create a fashion shoot from initial concept to final editing – including analysis of current and future trends, semiotics, storytelling and contemporary context of fashion. During the course participants also apply technical and cultural notions through studio projects (in-house or external), learning how to negotiate and plan the technical and creative process.

Research can lead to search for a location or photo studio, develop the use of light and colour composition developing the sensibility to ‘capture’ their subject respecting the mood and theme of the creative proposal, brand image or client brief.

Today’s professional fashion stylists increasingly work with moving image, this course investigates the role and influence of fashion film used by many fashion brands as a means to highlight particular products or design features with new ways of telling the story of fashion, relying entirely on short films distributed online in their communication strategies. Alongside introductory technical and aesthetic aspects of photography and video, that incorporate aspects such as lighting, composition, editing and special characteristics of multimedia video, the course develops business awareness and networking, bringing observation and communication abilities together with artistic and creative expression. Together with professional links direct with fashion companies; industry projects and guest speakers all assist to provide a contemporary insight into the realities, and the opportunities, of fashion styling.

** Students who successfully complete the programmes taught in Milano will be awarded with an Istituto Marangoni diploma.



LEARNING FOCUS

  • Styling development and analysis
  • Photography & editing
  • Visual communication & multimedia video
  • Design experimentation
  • Publishing
  • Sociology of the fashion image & storytelling
  • Innovative research methods and analysis
  • History of fashion photography and video
  • Enhancing a professional portfolio

POSSIBLE CAREER PATHS

  • Photo editor
  • Fashion stylist
  • Image consultant
  • Personal stylist
  • Art/creative director
  • Fashion photographer
  • Graphic designer

STUDY UNITS · LONDON

  • Style Research
  • Fashion & Culture
  • Contextual and Cultural Studies
  • Fashion Styling & Creative Direction
  • Research Methods
  • Industry Placement
  • Creative Direction & Identity
  • Dissertation


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