What You Will Learn :
- Understand different roles and responsibilities in creative direction
- Acquire insights into how a creative concept is developed and defined
- Identify methods, channels, and messages for communicating a creative concept
- Demonstrate an understanding of how creative directors collaborate and manage creativity
- Students must be aged at least 16 years old on 31st August at the start of the academic year in which they intend to join this course.
- There are no formal English language requirements for this course.
This course provides an introduction to the principles of Creative Direction as a profession, uncovering insights into how fashion design or brand vision is created, conceptualised, planned, and successfully executed. You will learn how to tap into your own creative vision, and explore how visual and real-life experiences are created to attract consumer and audience attention in the fashion and the creative industries. You will also gain insights into how a Creative Director works with a team and leads the creation of their visionary ideas, and explore what the future of Creative Direction as a role in the industry might look like.
Every week there will be a range of activities for you to get involved with. Some of these will be individual, and some you will do during live sessions with the rest of the group studying on the course.
Why choose this course?
The Conde Nast College has unrivaled access to the best and brightest minds in the industry, including the teams at Vogue, LOVE, Glamour, GQ, and a host of other Condé Nast titles. The College is in the elevated position of being able to combine academic excellence with unrivaled links to the fashion and media industry. This creates a unique educational environment for students to thrive in.
By the end of the course, those who complete and pass all the course tasks will receive a Condé Nast Certificate of Achievement. This course will act as a good stepping stone to other Condé Nast online courses or our in-person courses at higher levels such as BA or MA.
Who is this course for?
This course has no academic prerequisites. It’s designed for anyone wishing to broaden their knowledge of how fashion is communicated and those wanting to explore an exciting and innovative way of learning from academics and experts from within the fashion industry.