Uptodate Fashion Academy

Fashion Fundamental Styling

Uptodate Fashion Academy
À Milano (Italie)

2950 
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Infos importantes

Typologie Formation
Lieu Milano (Italie)
Heures de classe 144h
  • Formation
  • Milano (Italie)
  • 144h
Description

Objectifs: The stylist is a professional with an exceptional sense for fashion, who is able to create a style that is immediately identifiable and recognizable. The stylist works with fashion designers at fashion shows or events for the presentation of collections. The stylist manages the image of the collection, matching clothes with accessories and details, showcasing the designer's work. The stylist plays a key role during fashion shoots or shows, transferring the mood and the interpretation to the photographer, models, make-up artist and hairstylists, studying the right setting. He looks for accessor.
Destinataires: The stylist is a professional with an exceptional sense for fashion, who is able to create a style that is immediately identifiable and recognizable. The stylist works with fashion designers at fashion shows or events for the presentation of collections. The stylist manages the image of the collection, matching clothes with accessories and details, showcasing the designer's work. The stylist plays a key role during fashion shoots or shows, transferring the mood and the interpretation to the photographer, models, make-up artist and hairstylists, studying the right setting. He looks for accessor

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Où et quand
Début Lieu
Consulter
Milano
Via Vittorio Emanuele 15, 20145, (Spécifier), Italie
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Début Consulter
Lieu
Milano
Via Vittorio Emanuele 15, 20145, (Spécifier), Italie
Voir plan

Programme

The stylist is a professional with an exceptional sense for fashion, who is able to create a style that is immediately identifiable and recognizable. The stylist works with fashion designers at fashion shows or events for the presentation of collections. The stylist manages the image of the collection, matching clothes with accessories and details, showcasing the designer's work.
The stylist plays a key role during fashion shoots or shows, transferring the mood and the interpretation to the photographer, models, make-up artist and hairstylists, studying the right setting. He looks for accessories and defines the right outfits and their combinations.
Moreover, this professional also coordinates the organization of shop windows and/or works for magazines that value his taste and opinion in selecting the right proposals for the coming season.


Professional opportunities
The professionals are among the most important in the Fashion System. They work for fashion shows, advertising campaigns, editorials and fashion events. They can also produce look-books and institutional images and are experts of still-life and of the techniques of shoots on the catwalk. They communicate with the fashion designer and with people in charge of a brand to promote the concept through the image.
Also, they collaborate with model agencies and fashion magazines, and they autonomously carry out projects for magazines and fashion companies. The student will develop the critical and operative skills to promote, organize and produce reports and photographic exhibitions.

Course program
Fashion and style
Costume and fashion history; Ancient civilizations
From barbarians to the Middle Ages
The sixteenth century
From the Baroque to the Bourgeois era
The opulence between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
The aftermath of the French Revolution
The Industrial Revolution
The beginning of the 20th century
The 1920s, 1930s and 1940s
The 1950s and the New Look by Dior
The revolution of '68 and the youth trends
The change of the costumes in the 1970s
The first generation of stylists
The 1980s: the success of image
The 1990s: the depression and minimalism
The new millennium and the advent of the global market
The analysis of costume and lines
Chromatography, fibres, yarns, textiles and materials
Accessories
Different styling typologies: editorial styling and creative styling
The current trends in fashion styling

Attendance and duration
The number of students is limited and the inscriptions are open until classes are full.
duration: 144 hours
attendance: Monday to Friday, 6 hours per day, 9:30 - 12:30 and 14:00 - 17:00
language: italian/english
enrollment fee: 300/400 euro
tuition fee: 2950 euro

scheduled dates: 11 january-11 february 2010, 12 april - 13 may 2010

*requirement: minimum 18 years of age


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