Have you ever wanted to know more about your university tutors? We had a chat with one of the Fashion Management lecturers at RGU, Madeleine Marcella-Hood, to get a ‘behind the scenes’ glimpse of the innovative course and ask her some of those all important questions about fashion too!
Tell us a little bit about your background:
My background is actually in communication and marketing – I came to RGU in 2005 (that seems like absolutely ages ago!) and studied Corporate Communication. The course has since changed names, but covered aspects such as marketing, press release writing and lots of other subjects which now exist in the Fashion Management course, such as Women in the Media and Postmodern Culture.
When did you start working at RGU? Have you always been a lecturer?
I was initially offered a temporary position at RGU which focused on Customer Relationship Management, and I’ve found myself working at the university ever since! In 2012, I began working in a marketing capacity – I helped with marketing for the Business School which involved promoting the Fashion Management undergraduate and postgraduate course. A couple of years later, I landed my dream job as a Fashion Management lecturer. I have gone on to contribute to many modules such as Fashion Retail and Store Design, Managing in the Creative Industries and the annual Fashion Show! Continue reading
It’s been exactly two weeks since the launch of the highly-anticipated Kenzo x H&M collection. Like all H&M designer collaborations, the fashionable pieces have been incredibly successful, with some items selling out instantly. The collection features a mix of colourful, printed and patterned designs – and are definitely not for the faint-hearted!
Here at The Fashion Place, we’ve shared our favourite pieces from the collection below:
Here at RGU, we offer a wide selection of postgraduate courses, ranging from digital marketing, journalism, project management and, of course, the innovative MSc in Fashion Management. There are many great reasons to study for a Masters at RGU:
For those who particularly love their time at university and want to embark on further academic study, then applying for a MSc course could be just the thing you’re looking for. However, there can be many things to consider when thinking about post-grad study and whether this is necessarily the right route for you. It is an important commitment that requires discipline and dedication but the rewards can lead to:
Last Thursday, members of the Fashion Management team were excited to attend the Trend Magazine ‘Love Fashion’ Show at the Marcliffe, Pitfodels. The annual fashion show is an entertaining event and helps to raise awareness for fantastic local charities. This year, Love Fashion was proud to support Friends of Anchor – a charity that aims to make the North East cancer and haematology care the best it can be.
The super stylish event showcased a wide selection of outfits, brands and boutiques from the Grampian area, such as: Celebrations of Turriff, Cruise, Coast, Phase Eight, Georgian Dress Hire, Hamish Munro, Country Ways, Helen Ruth Scarves, and many, many more.