We specialise in:

Art Direction
Moving Image
New Media

Programme Structure

Year 1

Fashion Communication SkillsTerm 1
You are encouraged to explore style, idenity and ability through a series of introductory projects that give an overview of creative responsibilities and roles within the field of fashion communication.

Communication, Collaboration & ProductionTerm 2 
You apply the skills acquired in Term 1 across a range of industry-specific projects, and consider your own role within the creative industries. These projects introduce the importance of collaboration, industry and audience.

Visual Communication ResearchYear-longYou will explore a range of contemporary visual research methods which will form the core of your work as a creative. 

Fashion History & TheoryYear-long
You will be introduced to different ways of thinking about fashion, both contemporary and historical.

Year 2

Fashion Communication PracticeTerm 1
You will hone skills approporate to a specific role, reflecting your choice of creative pathway. This will be done through self-generated themes within industry-focused projects.

Fashion Communication InternshipTerm 2
You will undertake a six-week period of work experience in industry, in a chosen field.

Industry, Media & AudienceTerm 2 You will develop your awareness of industry practice, in relation to market and audience in your specialism. This will be done through self-directed industry-focused projects.

Fashion Culture & IndustryYear-long
You will develop your specialist knowledge and understanding of critical issues in contemporary fashion culture and industry.

Placement Year

You will choose a company to undertake a year-long internship with. This placement will provide you with insight and experience in the creative industries.

Year 3

Fashion Communication PortfolioYear-long
You will research, develop and produce a series of self-directed projects that reflect your chosen creative field, through a final body of work. 

Contextual Studies Research ProjectYear-long
You will identify and undertake a substantial in-depth dissertation related to issues explored in your own creative practice.

What next?

Marlon Rueberg
Director and photographer, film

Theo Spencer
Model scout and casting agent, art direction

Hannah Diamond
Photographer and digital image maker, art direction

Sophie Mayanne
Photographer, photography

Cherry Auhoni
Photographer, photography

Rokas Kamblevicius
Marketing Producer at Mr Porter, art direction

Lucy Woolfenden
Digital content at Streeters Agency, art direction

Chantal Adams
Videographer at NTS Live, film

Dylan Errington
UK Press and Communications at Moschino & Jeremy Scott, photography

Camilla Sverdrup Thygeson
Creative Director at TEETH Magazine, styling

Jack Moss
Digital Designer for Burberry, graphics art direction

Millie Cullum