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Master in Fashion Events and Public Relations

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Master in Fashion Events and Public Relations

  • Modalidade
    O Master em Eventos de Moda e Relações Públicas é ministrado na modalidade presencial na sede de Florença.
  • Duração
    O Master tem um ano de duração.
  • Certificado Oficial
    O diploma oferecido pelo IED Istituto Europeo di Design é oficial.
  • Considerações
    O Master em Eventos de Moda e Relações Públicas oferece aos alunos conhecimentos e habilidades para organizar eventos de moda, promover marcas e estilistas, gerar vínculos com os clientes por meio de ações de comunicação, relações públicas e das redes sociais.
  • Dirigido a
    O Master foi projetado para graduados em moda, comunicação, marketing ou jovens profissionais que trabalham no setor da moda.
  • Área de atuação
    O curso oferece uma aprendizagem que permite trabalhar em empresas dedicadas à organização de eventos de moda, sendo responsável pela comunicação e como relações públicas de eventos de moda.

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  • Conteúdo
    Master in Fashion Events and Public Relations

    Start date
    : April 2013 | Duration: 12 months - Full Time | Language: English
    The Fashion Event and PR Master Course’s aim is to give participants the opportunity to further develop their acquired skills through a transversal analytical approach of the Fashion System and an experiential didactic method that combines theory to practice.

    The program is structured so that participants will have the opportunity to work on real life situations and promote fashion brands, designers and artisans as well as gain insight into the communication chain of fashion and its multi-faceted integrated strategies that increasingly involve New Media and Social portals.

    The Master is addressed to italian and foreign graduates in Fashion, Communication, Marketing, or to those with diplomas from university -level-schools of the same fields as well as to young professionals working in the fashion field with a minimum of two years experience.

    Florence is the crib of Italian Fashion since its beginning in 1951 with the first fashion shows that have now evolved into the Pitti fairs. Currently Florence is on the world fashion map with the Pitti Uomo, Pitti Filati, Pitti Bimbo, and Vintage Selection fairs as well as transversal digital media events and high end luxury stores such as Luisa Via Roma. Florence is in an ideal location, being in the heart of Tuscany and at the center of the Leather center in Santa Croce and the Knitwear center in Prato. Moreover the know-how that comes from Florence’s traditional artisan history is now meeting new technologies and new ways of communicating fashion that make it a hub of cultural and style exchanges.

    Designed for professionals and graduates
    that desire to gain perspective on the newest and up-and-coming communication techniques for the Fashion System, the course focuses on digital media and viral communication techniques. Attention is given to communication for all types of events, focusing on the roles of the professional figures involved and their interactions for successful outcomes. The notions gained are examined throughout the course in practical applications with company-based collaborations and projects. Participants will be expected to gain communication and event organization skills with an in-depth analysis and strategic approach that can be applied to any project in their current or future careers.

    Mixing communication and creative skills with an in-depth and strategic approach, this Master course involves extensive knowledge of the cultural, historical, sociological and economic components of the Fashion System as well as the forecasting of trends in the specific target market, developing new communication processes for fashion such as blogging, content creation and publishing, styling, web, new media, advertising, runway shows and and event creation.


    • Related and Supporting Subjects Area
    Introduction to business communication topics: communicating, informing, promoting. Managing communication strate- gies. Project methodology. Managing multidisciplinary teams.

    The study graphic design with programs such as Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Keynote (Power Point) to enable students to make outstanding presentations, magazines, web graphics and documents to ensure that their ideas are adopted inside the fashion industry.

    A photoshooting session aimed at applying the Photography and Visual Language knowledge as well as creating visual material to integrate in personal portfolios.

    A specific study of the main fashion trade fairs and shows and their role, management and succesful outcome.

    The study of trends and their origins and predictions; based on cultural and economic factors, participants study the colors, materials and styles that are upcoming and relevant to the renewal of fahion.

    New strategies to deal with new circumstances, challenges and opportunities for the fashion field world-wide, with the involvement of 3.0 media and technologies

    • Cultural Area
    A synthesis of fashion through recent times to analyze how it is culturally percieved and promoted world-wide.

    The study of signs and their identification, meaning and classification. The semiotic concepts applied to fashion as a particularly relevant field for the use of symbols in advertisement, runways, events and every type of communication.

    An overview of the main historical evolutions and processes that created the current Italian fashion system. Produc- tion processes and territorial specifics that led to the “Made in Italy” phenomenum and how to overcome its current and future challenges.

    Gives a historical perspective of visual languages that stimulates participant’s approach to different inputs constantly received by different communication medias.

    • Specific and Characterizing Area
    The necessary elements to create a succesful event: from tailoring the project to selecting locations, logistics, permits, catering and invites; everything an event manager needs to know.

    The different market segments, analysis of the critical factors of success, creation of a basic business plan. Aspects of marketing: consumer behavior and needs, product values, customer satisfaction. Analysis and use of internet as a communication and business tool, On line & off line marketing.

    A transversal view of beauty and how fashion is communicated through images. A path of beauty and fashion perception analyzed through the most significant contributors of the field.

    The study of the written word applied to fashion; types of editorials, articles, press releases, etc as well as the fundamental role of the press office as a major player of the fashion world.

    The communication chain and its applications to fashion Events of all types: from launching parties to runways, select events to product communication to company blogs and customer care.

    Indepth analysis of the role and significance of the related professional figure. Defining the PR’s responsabilities and aptitudes and their evolving importance in a fashion event and new media context.

    Techniques of video making, podcasting, 3.0 and web communication and their developing role and increasing importance in the fashion world.

    The extensive use of new media for fashion strategies applied to event promotion, fashion networks and renewal of customer base.

    The methods, practices and operations used to promote and sustain the commercial activity, particularly at the point of sale. The variety of merchandise available for sale and the techniques for visual display in such a way that it stimulates the custo- mers’ interest.


    Alberto Grassi
    Annaluisa Franco, coordinator
    Claudia Gelosa
    Costanza Menchi
    Marco Massarotto
    Stefano Fomasi
    Troy Nachtigall

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