Fashion Design – Fashion Journalism – Fashion Marketing – Fashion Management at Fashion Design Institut
Amongst the most innovative fashion design colleges in Europe.
Studying fashion design at Fashion Design Institut comprehensively prepares prospective graduates for a career in the fashion industry. Fashion design is a complex process that goes beyond merely developing a concept into a finished product. It also involves the fundamentals of presentation and visual communication.
These skills are cultivated and developed by the three training and study courses at Fashion Design Institut – Fashion Journalism, International Fashion Design, Fashion Management and Fashion Marketing.
Fashion is subject to cyclical change. Therefore an innate feeling for trends is just as important as understanding socio-cultural backgrounds – an essential skill for Fashion Journalism.
“Fashion can neither invent nor dictate, but is born from a sense of presence outwards.”
What’s on offer at Fashion Design Institut
The opportunities offered are highly practical and designed to meet the professional requirements of international fashion-designers and fashion-journalists. Pattern construction, sewing skills, business administration and entrepreneurialism, or journalistic skills to a standard worthy of publication in the world’s media: these are important aspects of the International Fashion Design, Fashion Marketing and Fashion Journalism courses.
Small classes and internationally renowned lecturers help each student develop their potential.
All our training courses and teachers are focused on the international stage of fashion.
The holder of the Fashion Design Institute has entered into cooperation agreements with various universities for the individual locations.
Instituto Europeo die Design (IED),
University of Arts London (UAL),
École Privé Accréditée (Hochschule) „Fashion Design Institut by POLTHO AG“
All offered courses are conducted by our cooperation schools, in conjunction with the Fashion Design Institute, at the respective location
Our students learn to overcome the challenges of the fashion industry under the guidance of professional and internationally recognised lecturers.
The lecturers’ extensive knowledge of the fashion industry provides students with an insight into the latest trends, techniques and developments.
Amongst the most well-known of the lecturers is the assistant to John Galliano, the creative director of Maison Margiela, and fashion editors and stylists from magazines like Vogue Italia, Vanity Fair Italia, Vogue Germany and MySelf.
The Institut also has regular guest lecturers from Central Saint Martin and the London College of Fashion.