Fashion Communication

With the explosion of new media over the last ten years, the fashion industry has been democratized. Opportunities in fashion are no longer primarily focused on the role of a designer. The fashion industry requires quality content in the form of words and image. This program is aimed specifically at students who are passionate about fashion but do not want to follow the design route.

From photographers, stylists, art directors, fashion-show producers, filmmakers and public relations experts, to bloggers and social networkers, online marketers, ‘traditional’ writers, journalists, curators, commentators and theorists, this Course in Fashion Communication aims to nurture students to become innovative, informed, responsible promoters, writers, communicators and observers, central to the industry’s future.

Students will also participate in Mr. & Miss Chhattisgarh, 2020.

Course Outline

• Fashion History and Theory
• Fashion Communication and Promotion
• Fashion Journalism

Training Opportunities & Scope

Our students work across a very wide spectrum of careers in the Fashion communications industry. From curators and archivists to journalists, stylists, photographers, fashion show producers, illustrators, editors, and retailers the range of career opportunities is wide.

Note: There’s a progression point at the end of this course and, in case students wish to progress to the second year (optionally advanced diploma), all units of the preceding year must normally have been passed.

Upcoming Batches

  • 13th January, 2020
  • 10th February, 2020
  • 16th March, 2020
Limited Seats