Fashion Stylist
Certificate
Certificate | Fashion Stylist

Are you fond of drawing and full of original fashion style ideas? If so, take your talent to the next level with LaSalle College İstanbul's Fashion Stylist Program!

From fabrics, styles and trends to experimenting with textures and colours, students are able to conceive and illustrate an original collection and operate computer applications such as Photoshop and Illustrator to produce graphic representations of fashion concepts.

  • Examine draping effects.
  • Recognize the impact of materials used.
  • Digitize sketches and illustrations.
  • Promote a fashion collection.
  • Fashion Journalist
  • Fashion Coordinator (television, cinema, stage performance, magazines, etc.)
  • Fashion Stylist
  • Fashion Illustrator
  • Fashion Consultant
  • Costume Designer

The Fashion Stylist Program consists of 6 semesters, 15 weeks per semester for a total of 90 weeks.

By the end of this one and a half year program, you will have completed 720 hours that entitles you to a Fashion Stylist Certificate. This part-time program begins in October and February.

Term 1

  • Graphic process application and visual presentation
  • Study and utilization of raw materials  

Term 2

  • Fashion concepts
  • Fashion phenomena 
  • Research of materials for garments  

Term 3

  • Research of distinct fashion concepts
  • Fashion and society
  • Fashion products development 

Term 4

  • Defining characterixtics of a collection
  • Trend analysis and presentation   

Term 5
  • Production of the Collection Plan

Term 6

  • Elaboration of the Portfolio

LaSalle College İstanbul's Fashion Stylist program curriculum is based on fashion design programs developped in Montreal according to Canadian educational standards. Graduates of this program are awarded a Fashion Stylist Certificate that is issued from Canada and recognized internationally.

  • You must be 18 years of age or a high school graduate.
  • You must have working knowledge of the English language.
  • You must pass an interview with an admissions officer.