Masters in Styling
Offered: Gold Coast & Online.
Duration: 12 months | 2 days per week
Application Process: Successful completion of Certificate in Styling or a submission of a portfolio.
Next Intake: July, October, January, April
Study Now Pay Later Options - approx $65 per week
This Masters course will fast track your fashion career and catapult your career years ahead of schedule. With an added focus on high level business skills, this savvy Masters course is for those seeking to further develop their skills across fashion business and within the creative sector.
Do you have....
A keen eye for the latest trends?
The ability to build and maintain relationships with important contacts?
Creative flair and extensive imagination?
Good people skills?
Confidence, determination and drive?
A strong passion and interest in learning all the ins and outs of the fashion industry?
A career in fashion will lead you to creating a strong network of contacts. With a good attitude and relevant skills, the right person could end up becoming a fashion editor, or a top stylist to A list celebs.
To succeed in the fashion industry, you're required to have a wide range of contemporary skills including strong organisational, communication and networking skills, have a creative flair and eye for design. Researching and staying up to date with the current fashion trends is a must.
There are many roles in Fashion and a Stylist in particular can be involved in nearly every visual element in design. Stylists can be employed by fashion labels, retail stores, publishing companies, model and advertising agencies, event management companies, just to name a few.
Throughout the year ACA styling students will be privy to planning and executing photo-shoots in studio and on location, flat lays, editorial, and commercial. Students will work closely with industry photographers.
By the completion of the course, ACA Styling students will have created a large digital styling portfolio to show future clients and employers as well as a diverse set of styling experiences.
What is a Stylist?
Fashion Writing & Blogging
The History of Fashion
Fabrics & Fibres
Elements & Principles of Designs
How To Pitch & Present
Client Make Over
Research Current & Global Trends
High Profile Clients and the Consultation Process
Plan & style a range of photoshoots
Plan & style a range of flat lay photoshoots
Develop event concepts
Undertake project work
Dress Performers and Artists
Learn what is takes to become an editorial stylist whose major tasks involve selecting a wardrobe for editorial fashion features.
Develop critical thinking in others
Manage budgets and financial plans
Manage business resources
Develop workplace policies and procedures for sustainability
Lead communication in the workplace
Write persuasive copy
Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities
Develop and implement business plans
Undertake project work
Develop social media engagement plans
Develop a social media strategy
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TUITION FEE INCLUSIONS
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Here are just some examples of career outcomes graduates have continued into:
PATHWAY TO FURTHER STUDIES
Pathway into Masters in Styling Fashion Business
Diploma of Event Management
JOB OUTCOMES (but not limited too)