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Fashion Education: Conde Nast to open a Vogue College of Fashion!!

Ladies, if your dream is to work for Vogue and you live in London, there is a good news: Condé Nast (aka Vogue’s publisher, among many other very fashion & trendy magazines..) is about to open a College of Fashion and Design!

Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design

Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design

The college will open next year and the principal will be Susie Forbes, currently Editor of Easy Living and previously Deputy Editor of British Vogue for 5 years. When asked if she envisaged hiring graduates from the College onto their magazine around the world, the answer was… “Absolutely!”

Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design

Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design

The College is currently offering both a full 1 year-long Vogue Fashion Foundation Course and a short 10 weeks Vogue Fashion Certificate Course but they also plan on introducing furtherShort Evening and Weekends Courses, a House & Garden Course (both at Certificate and Foundation Diploma level) as well as developing courses in Fashion Photography and Interior Design.

Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design

Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design

The curriculum for the Fashion Course will cover a wide spectrum of the fashion world: The international fashion calendar, Key fashion designers: their style & impact, The language of fashion ~ Fashion Journalism – print and digital, PR and marketing ~ Styling and Art direction, The beauty and hair industries, Brand Marketing – luxury to high street, Retail – from the atelier to online and Fashion business – how it all works.

Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design

Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design

Check out their website for applications deadlines and further information!

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10 thoughts on “Fashion Education: Conde Nast to open a Vogue College of Fashion!!

  1. Sam

    Awww how I wish I hadn’t already studied journalism already and I could go to this school, it sounds really amazing. Exactly the kind of thing I’d like to be part of.

    Reply
  2. jene26

    I wasnt aware colleges had a certain look. Style has really evolved from the days of petticoats and bobby socks.

    Reply

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