- Level: E-learning
- Duration: 28 hours
- Cost: € 600
- Language: English
The course hones in on specific topics such as Fashion Global Economy, Fashion Trends and Fashion Future, helping students and professionals develop important skills they can add to their CV and demonstrate bravery and curiosity in a new fashion field. The completion of this course is the perfect start to exploring the fashion system from a privileged entrance.
Lessons will be all interactive online face-to-face teacher meetings. The course also includes an individual interview with a senior teacher from the course to assess potential and further opportunities to continue in this field of study. The whole working process will be documented in a project book, adding value to the portfolio of any fashion student or manager looking for updated knowledge on the worldwide post-pandemic paradigm shifts.
Participation in this course offers also an excellent initial stage of preparation in the fashion business, a course of study that may continue with an Undergraduate in Fashion Business, an Undergraduate in Fashion Merchandising or a 9-month Master in International Fashion Business.
Montreal native Caroline Issa is CEO and fashion director of London-based quarterly title Tank and editor of online magazine Becauselondon.com. In 2015, she launched a line of ready-to-wear essentials with Nordstrom as well as a capsule collection for Label/Mix and a jewelry collaboration collection with Monica Vinader in 2019. She has landed brand collaborations with the likes of Prada, LK Bennett, Hugo Boss, La Mer and Cartier. In 2004, Issa founded Tank Form within TANK, a creative agency that has devised advertising campaigns for brands such as Mulberry, Silhouette, Debeers and Monica Vinader. In 2007, she launched Becauselondon.com — a digital magazine — and a print edition featuring Fashion Scan. She worked as an external examiner for Central Saint Martin's MA journalism and fashion promotion courses and can be found on numerous juries for fashion awards such as Hyères Festival and the Arles Photography Festival.