Fashion training courses and schools
Fashion Design and Merchandising programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees

Total 600 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United States.

The Center for Digital Arts

Training Center/Campus: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Phone No.: 781-209-1700 / 800-808-2342

Working with Models

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Commercial, fashion and editorial photographers rely on professional models to provide the dynamic presence vital to the success of their projects. This exciting course demonstrates how the successful photographer/model collaboration works. Students will develop concepts, practice sophisticated lighting and shooting techniques, deconstruct and emulate inspiring images from published tear sheets, and learn how to direct talent and crew. Comprehensive classroom discussions cover casting, preproduction, pre-light, editing, postproduction and delivery. Students will show their work in a group review where the rules of editing will be discussed. Beauty retouching includes treatment of skin, softening, selective sharpening, treatment of eyes, teeth and hair, blending and masking to optimize facial features.

Globe Institute of Technology

Training Center/Campus: New York City, New York, United States
Phone No.: 646-568-6868

Fashion Merchandising and Marketing Management

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The global fashion business has increased the demand for fashion industry professionals with a comprehensive understanding of the business of fashion from concept to consumer. The Fashion Merchandising and Marketing Associate&,#146,s Degree is an intense, hands-on, career focused, curriculum that integrates contemporary conceptual design fundamentals with sound business principles requisite for competent fashion merchandising and marketing management. Mandatory interdisciplinary projects, simulating the fashion professional&,#146,s working environment, will enable students to apply learned skills and creation of effective visual and oral presentations. In conjunction with academic development, competent communication skills, professional dress, and professional business behaviors are developed. The credit bearing internship in the fashion industry culminates the program, preparing students to pursue employment in fashion merchandising and marketing.

Lia Schorr Institute of Cosmetic Skin Care Training

Training Center/Campus: New York City, New York, United States
Phone No.: (212) 486-9541

Editorial Fashion Makeup (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This 2-day, 16-hour Editorial Fashion Makeup course will prepare students for a beginning career as editorial makeup artists in the world of fashion. In a editorial photo spread, the fashion makeup artist is called upon to help create a look that gives an opinion of the direction of beauty or to interpret what the trends of the next season&,#146,s style will be.

The focus of this fashion makeup course will be on helping students develop the tools to absorb all the information into consideration when approaching a photo shoot, from historical viewpoints to societal influences to current events. Along with learning about the full range of makeup possibilities and techniques, you&,#146,ll learn the all-important skills of building a portfolio, presenting yourself to potential employers, &,quot,how to spot a trend,&,quot, and how to assemble and organize supplies you will need.

LIM College

Training Center/Campus: New York City, New York, United States
Phone No.: 212.752.1530

Digital Monetization in Fashion

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Learn the business of building a fashion presence online, monetization is the act of generating income from original content. This introductory course to Digital Monetization in Fashion focuses on how to create, produce and generate money from a number of digital platforms including Word Press and YouTube. Topics that are covered encompass production, fashion, styling, photography, editorial, legal copyright, and programming and fashion/beauty culture. Key readings include YouTube PlayBook, Google AdSense, Word Press and iMovie.

Fashion Styling

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Fashion stylists play an important role in many mediums, including advertising, fashion editorial, TV, video and events. Learn the stylist’s responsibilities, including working with clients, prepping the job, building resources, being on location/set, and post-shoot work. Hands-on assignments familiarize you with styling processes and the tricks of the trade and you’ll also learn about career opportunities in the field.

Fashion / Entertainment Event Planning Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Learn how to make special events successful, no matter what your venue or budget. Through hands-on workshops and class discussions, you’ll discover the professionals?secrets and find out what goes on behind the scenes at big events in the worlds of fashion and entertainment.

Fashion Blogger Boot Camp

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Whether you want to become a fashion blogger or have already started a blog, learn how to write for an online audience in a fashion-related niche. Practice techniques for effective communication in the contemporary fashion environment, where micro-messages, complex imagery, customer participation and data-metrics are now all part of the fashion-writing mix. Test ways to engage an audience and promote your site via social media -- including on Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube, and Instagram. (The WordPress blogging platform will be used in class.

Fashion Photography

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Students learn the basics of fashion photography in a studio setting. Topics include equipment, staff, technique, and the creative processes used in producing commercially and artistically successful photographs for use in print media.

Fashion Communications in a Digital Age

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Brand building, brand positioning, and developing brand ambassadors are at the root of all effective communication processes. This course introduces students to the principles and practices of advertising and public relations as they apply to fashion brands and products. Students learn to manage integrated communications strategies, identifying and communicating brand principles to varied target markets through online video, social networks, digital radio, and other emerging media.

Photography for the Fashion Stylist

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course builds upon the knowledge gained in the Fashion Styling course and is supplemental and incremental to the objectives taught in Applied Fashion Styling. Focusing on the study of photographic techniques utilized in the styling of runway couture and ready-to-wear, catalog, off model, e-commerce, jewelry, handbags, footwear, home furnishings, tabletop, and food, the course uncovers the secrets of the trade and practical applications necessary to succeed as a stylist in each genre. An elementary study of the masters of photography, tenets of digital photography, and working with the photographer are also explored.

Fashion Writing

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Students develop written communication skills as they apply to the various segments of today’s fashion industry. They will learn techniques for writing fashion reports, retail advertising and direct mail copy, press releases, press kits, and fashion bulletins.

Fashion Show Production

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

This course covers the many aspects of producing a fashion show including budget planning, different types of shows and their purposes, the role of the show in contemporary merchandising, promotion and marketing, writing the show commentary, and the various responsibilities of the members of the production team.

Fashion Magazines

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

This course explores the magazine business, with emphasis on fashion publications. Students are introduced to the creative and business sides of magazine publishing and develop a magazine business proposal and mock-up based on their own original concept.

Sustainable Style in the Fashion Industry

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This class will analyze historical incidents of fashion’s impact on the environment, people and animals, from the birth of the Audubon Society as a reaction to women’s hat trends, to the revolutionary Dandys?use of dress as a tool for political change, to the popularized anti-sweatshop and anti-fur movements of the 1990s. Past and current representations of various forms of power communicated through dress that are utilized in marketing will also be examined. Students will explore how certain symbols and icons used in fashion not only rationalize and excuse the exploitation of animals, but encourage their consumption and the display of their skins as the primary method of showcasing one’s individual sexuality, power and worth. Students will also explore the contradictory dynamic of greenwashing and indigenous/native appropriations that aim to visually represent communion with nature yet accomplish the opposite.

Fashion Forecasting

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

This course explores fashion forecasting at all industry levels, focusing on trend identification, analysis and synthesis. Students learn terminology, timing, sources of inspiration, research tools and presentation techniques.

Managing the Fashion Enterprise

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

This course provides an immersion into the world of business in which student teams invent, develop, launch, manage, and liquidate a business. Along the way, students study entrepreneurship, marketing, accounting, organizational behavior, information systems, and operations.

Home Fashions

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Terminology and product knowledge are essential for retail buyers, product developers, stylists and wholesale sales associates interested in a career in home fashions. This course will explore the different areas of the Home Fashions market, covering the various classifications, materials, methods of manufacture, retailers, job opportunities available, trade fairs and methods of marketing and selling home fashions today. Raw materials, methods of fabrication, and manufacturing technology that determine quality and price will be discussed.

Fashion Merchandising

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The term fashion merchandising is defined as a broad understanding of an industry that joins design, product development, textiles, manufacturing and retailing while keeping an eye on the ultimate prize, the consumer.

LIM College&,#146,s bachelor&,#146,s degree programs in Fashion Merchandising offer you a choice between a track in Apparel &, Accessories or one in Home Fashions (starting Fall 2013).

Career choices abound in this exciting major, including: Product Developer, Event Planner, Fashion Stylist, and Fashion Magazine Editor.

The Fashion Merchandising major at LIM College affords you the opportunity to develop and utilize your talents to their fullest extent by exploring all aspects of the fashion industry. You will learn how to identify fashion trends, develop lines of merchandise and, through the use of research and development techniques, develop a keen understanding of what it takes to be successful in the fashion and ... [Read More]

School of Visual Arts

Training Center/Campus: New York City, New York, United States
Phone No.: 212.592.2000

Illustrator for Fashion Designers Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This workshop will focus on the techniques and functions of Adobe Illustrator that are most useful in the fashion industry. Students will become familiar with the user interface, tools and keyboard shortcuts. Importing images as templates, using the pen tools to draw flats over croquis and drawing garment details such as seams, stitches, pockets and color blocks will be covered. How to create custom textures, patterns, brushes, graphic styles, clipping masks, compound paths and sandblasting effects will be covered. We will also discuss how to streamline workflow using layered documents, customized symbol and pattern libraries, and saving and sharing files.

Fashion Photography (Master Degree)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The MPS Fashion Photography program is a rigorous one-year intensive program for the technologically proficient photographer who wants to develop a more creative and original body of work through an immersion in the narrative, conceptual and cultural subtext of fashion photography, and with direct engagement with leading figures in fashion and fashion photography in New York City.

The faculty consists of some of the most influential and innovative professionals in fashion photography, publishing and photographic criticism. Additionally, an advisory board will help shape the evolution of the program.

The MPS Fashion Photography program is premised by the understanding that the genre is a cultural matrix and an engagement with high and low culture that will help to inspire, engage and cultivate original work. The ideal candidate for the program will be fully versed in the technical tools and apparatus of photography and possess professional experience in f... [Read More]

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