I finished a fashion styling course with London College of Style (LCS) last year (2013) and I totally enjoyed. It was an online based course but was extremely intensive. I had to submit very creative assignments and it definitely took me out of my comfort zone but I am glad I did it. It is now time to take the fashion styling world by force. I hope they are ready for me.
This article in Company inspired me to take the Fashion Styling course. It is an interview with the founder of LCS – Wendy Elsmore. Here is Wendy below and a sneak peek of the interview:
“We started The London College of Style in 2010 as there was a lack of top quality education in the styling industry. Offering a blend of taught subjects plus direct access to industry professionals and job opportunities, the college was designed to give students a kick-start to new careers.”
“Since then, the college has quickly become a source of some impressive UK styling talent, with students having worked with the likes of Adidas, Vidal Sassoon, London Fashion Week, and Arcadia. It’s also recently gained accreditation by the British Accreditation Council, which sets the standards within the independent education sector.”
Enjoy the rest of the interview here
Nice one! Congrats dear!
Thanks for the post. I checked out the school on their website. It looks like a lot of fun to be there in person to take classes. How was the experience on-line? Would you recommend it? Thanks SM@SB
It was very intensive but I enjoyed it. Attending the course in person will even be better. I will definitely recommend it.
Thank-You. I’m going to apply on Monday. I’ll let you know how it goes. I think I’ll do e-learning first, then try and make it out to London. 🙂
Ok that should be fine.
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