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Fashion is an ever-evolving industry that requires innovative thinkers, creative minds, and strong business acumen. If you have a passion for fashion and aspire to become a leader in the industry, pursuing a Master of Arts degree in fashion business and management can be a transformative step towards achieving your goals.
An MA fashion business and management programme is designed to provide students with a holistic understanding of the fashion industry from both a business and creative perspective.
In the dynamic world of fashion, the business and management aspects play a crucial role in the success of selling style. Fashion business and management encompass a range of activities, including product development, marketing, sales, and customer relations. To excel in this field, individuals must possess a combination of creativity, business acumen, and interpersonal skills.
Fashion marketing is a rapidly growing industry that requires a unique set of skills from creativity to communication to overall business proficiency. It is a subset of the broader business marketing field that focuses explicitly on promoting and selling fashion products or brands.
It involves developing marketing campaigns that display the unique aspects of a particular fashion brand or product line, finding target audiences and developing strategies to reach them effectively.
The creative community has grown online over the past decade, and there are many enticing online career paths, including vlogging. Vlogging has grown to be such a significant trend that business experts have attempted to wrap their heads around it!
Although they may have existed before the term ‘influencer’ became widely used, fashion vloggers can be categorised within this group. These online fashion experts can attest to the fact that, whether you view fashion vlogging as a side hustle or a full-time job, it requires a lot of time, perseverance, and work.
If you're thinking about starting your own fashion vlog, you could be feeling anxious or overwhelmed with where to begin. We’re here to give you some guidance to get started.
On Monday 24 October, the London College of Contemporary Arts’ new Level 4 BA Fashion students hosted a Halloween Fashion Show.
Having been set a brief by Dawn Burton, Fashion Lecturer at LCCA, to develop sustainable Halloween-inspired outfits, students showcased their completed looks in The Garage at LCCA.
Students, Mariam Bobb and Marnei Williams, have kindly shared the details of their design processes.
Fashion Innovation Week took place from November 14th – 18th. It was a rollercoaster of exceptional opportunities for students to immerse themselves in the creative industries and to work alongside industry practitioners and experts.
Focusing on natural and sustainable processes alongside the future of fashion, students have been able to dye natural fabrics with foraged materials, produce zero waste garments, examine vintage garments, explore luxury branding and PR, and learn about blockchains and the metaverse. Speakers such as Christie Lau shared resources for this new digital space to make entry into this world more accessible.
Have you ever stared at your enormous closet while feeling like you had nothing to wear? Unfortunately, we often act on that feeling by going out and buying something else, which temporarily makes us happy. The issue is that the joy rapidly passes away, and a few weeks later, you find yourself in the same position in front of your closet.
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