Istituto Marangoni preparatory level courses focus on personal enrichment and enjoyment aimed at young of 16-17 years old and aspiring creatives who may be considering university level study.
Restyle: reveal & affirm your own unique fashion style via a real fashion journey into image For budding bloggers or for those who simply wish to discover or ‘affirm’ their own individual look; this course provides a stimulating journey into some of the more practical elements of the professional fashion stylist in order to look good, spot great style, and ultimately, communicate successfully their personal aesthetic through an image or look. Working from key notions in styling encourages participants to take a personal journey into their own style with the development of an individual look or profile. Learning about wardrobe basics, personal styling, spotting street style and new trends are just some of the skills participants will enjoy on this exciting short course. Participants will also discover what goes on behind the camera in fashion editorials and celebrity styling projects, as well as understanding the power and influence that styling has in all areas of our lives, including music, film and TV to name just a few. Starting from their own wardrobe mixed with style research, participants appreciate key industry notions including for example ‘cool-hunting’; to become more aware of trends and work on their own creative abilities in style. Together with basic Photoshop and InDesign skills, participants will learn how to set up a real photo shoot, and see the fruits of their own imagination and creative styles unfold in communicative images, just as used in top fashion magazines and in online luxury brand promotional activity. Over the course of the 3 weeks participants have the opportunity to really question and develop their own style to produce an individual and personal look book – a very individual and fun journey into style. Istituto Marangoni preparatory level courses focus on personal enrichment and enjoyment aimed at young and aspiring creatives who may be considering university level study. At this level of study there are no exams or assessments to worry about. Courses are specifically crafted for anyone interested in learning about design and creative processes, from the very basics, through to some of the more interesting and complex elements. No prior design or software skills are required.