Colour exhibition

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Over the past week our first year and masters students have been working on their colour inspired mood boards. These are currently on display as an exhibition in the atrium of the School of Creative and Cultural Business.

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The students produce these each year as part of their Fashion Design Concepts module. It’s really interesting to see how the students interpret the task differently each year, reflecting on changing trends and influences.

 

Brands in a day

Brands in a day

Here’s a little challenge that Dr Morag Hamilton, Course Leader for the Masters in Fashion Management, sets our students each year. Morag completed her PhD in luxury branding a few years ago and introduces the challenge as part of her fashion branding module.

Research has shown that we, as consumers, tend to be more loyal towards brands than specific retailers and most of us could relate to a number of brands we engage with on a daily basis.

These are Morag’s “brands in a day”. Only one of these is merely aspirational – I wonder if you can guess which one…

What would be your “brands in a day”?

Become a Master of Fashion Management

Become a Master of Fashion Management

We’re preparing for our next intake of rising stars in fashion management! The MSc Fashion Management starts on the 30th of September and there are still some funded places available for those who wish to apply.

You do need a first degree but this needn’t be in a fashion related discipline – we welcome a variety of applicants with a passion for fashion! For more information or to apply, please visit http://www.rgu.ac.uk/mscfashionmanagement