You would like to be a fashion journalist but don’t know how to start?
Take online course “Fashion journalist” and study fashion journalism with a teacher from Milan who writes for Vogue, Vanity Fair, Elle, etc.
Today profession of fashion journalist can give you a lot of opportunities
If you are a fashion journalist, you can:
- write for fashion magazines like Cosmopolitan or Vogue
- blog, create images and write texts for big online fashion boutiques
- guide your own rubric and make videos for online fashion web sites and blogs
- write articles, create still life pages and content for big internet shops of clothes
- be a content manager for fashion brands and manage their Instagram or Facebook accounts
You can choose a version of the course:
Basic and standard versions include 6 modules, premium version – 8 modules
1 module – How to write fashion articles. Practice
- Who is a fashion journalist?
- How to write a fashion article. Titles
- How to write a fashion article. Structure
- Where to take photos for your article in a fashion magazine
- Practice. How to write a fashion article
- Fashion journalism in web. Tips
- Research in fashion journalism
2 module – Work in glossy magazines
- Fashion publishers
- 9 fashion writers you should know and read
- How to write about fashion trends
- How to write an article about trends
- How to create still-life page about fashion trends for a magazine
- Article about fashion history
- Fashion life-style article
- Fashion editorials
- Fashion photographers to know
- Fashion week
3 module – Collaboration with fashion brands
- How to write about fashion brands
- How to write up fashion interview
- How to collaborate with a press office of designer brand
- How to begin collaboration with fashion designers
- Press days for fashion journalists
4 module – Work on TV and online channels
- Video fashion journalism
- Video about fashion show
- Video about fashion event and backstage
- Video production
5 module – Fashion journalist’s career
- Types of fashion journalism
- Fashion blogger and fashion journalist. The differences
- How to find a job as a fashion journalist
6 module – Basics of fashion business
- Fashion designers
- What do first and second lines of a brand mean
- Fashion trends: what is it
- Mass market brands. Fast fashion
- Production of fashion collection
- Fashion weeks and fashion shows
- Licensing for apparel fashion and fashion industry
- Haute couture and luxury in fashion
7 module – History of fashion and modern styles
- Fashion History: when did the fashion begin
- History of fashion. 1900-1940s
- History of fashion. 1940-1950s
- History of fashion. 1960-1970s
- History of fashion. 1980s
- History of fashion: 1990s – today
- History of fashion. Modern styles
8 module – Basics of styling
- Conceptual style
- Classic style
- Rock style
- Romantic style
- Aggressive and sexy style
- Sport and street styles
- Glamour style
Fashion journalist in Italy
- Fashion journalist for “Vanityfair”, www.Style.it, “Vogue Pelle”, Sfilate.it
- Fashion editor on Italian TV
Modern Literature in the History of Modern Art (Università degli Studi, Milan)
- Fashion journalist at www.Style.it, Sfilate.it, InDigital, “Vanityfair”, Mood Magazine, “Vogue Pelle”
- Fashion Editor at Televisionet, PUBBLICITA’ ITALIA – TVN Media Group, at “toBe Magazine”
- Fashion Editor Lecturer at Elite Fashion Academy, at ED Moda Lab, Milan
- Editorial Director at WU Magazine
- Founder&Blogger – www.fringeintravel.com, Milan Area
- Managing editor in “Mania Magazine”
- Communication manager at Kering Group (brands Brioni, Gucci, Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Puma, Saint Laurent etc.)
- Fashion shows producer for Milan fashion weeks
- 9 years experience in the fashion and luxury industries between Paris, Milan and Hong Kong
- Marketing and brand management consultant for luxury brands
- Teacher – focus on fashion styling, creativity, merchandising and brand development
- Collaboration like a teacher and consultant with Marangoni institute and Bocconi institute
FOR WHO THIS COURSE
- You want to be a fashion journalist
- You are a blogger or a journalist but you would like to write also about fashion
- You want to work in fashion and earn good money
- You would like to work in a fashion magazine or in a PR department of a designer company
You choose when to begin your studies.
On average, the education process on this course takes up about 2 to 5 months; however, you may complete the course faster or slower, in accordance with your own schedule.
You will have a life-time access to all materials of the course.
All the lessons and practical tests are in English.
WHAT YOU NEED TO STUDY
You can watch video lessons and complete home tasks on your computer, phone or a tablet at any time and in any place. All you need for your studies is the internet access and a computer/smartphone/tablet;
HOW TO ENROLL
1) You get the access to the e-learning portal with all materials on the course of Italian E-Learning Fashion School.
2) You watch video lessons (combined in modules) by an Italian teacher from Milan. You get necessary amount of theory that you will need to complete practical tasks.
3) In every module you complete different practical tasks that have to do with writing and publishing different articles and reviews from the world of fashion.
4) You get a detailed feedback from your teacher upon a completed task – what you did right and what you need to correct.
5) Following your education you make the final project on writing and publishing fashion articles. This project is checked by an Italian teacher.
6) After finishing your education you will get the certificate confirming that you completed the “Fashion journalist” course.
Having finished the course and completed practical projects and assignments, you get a certificate that you completed the “Fashion journalist” course. The certificate is provided in English and Italian languages.