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A professionally driven graduate who has graduated in BA (Hons) Creative Direction for Fashion at London College of Fashion. My skills are proficient in Creative Direction, brand image, Mac operating systems, Office and Windows platforms, team managing and organization, styling and cinematography. These skills will provide a professional outcome in demanding work situations. Aspiring to build my professional experience by undertaking work in various roles within the fashion industry, I am passionate about challenging myself in a fast paced environment and being able to take my own initiative of thinking outside the box to provide solutions to any deadline. Being a hardworking enthusiastic learner, who is dedicated to the industry, I thoroughly enjoy working with people especially in team environments. Having a deep, focused interest in the fashion industry, I will strive to apply my skills and experience as a graduate from London College of Fashion to every role and requirement set by my employer.
I worked as an Assisting Intern on the SS15’ menswear show for KTZ. My role was based within the Front of House team to help organize seating arrangements, welcome guests and assist them to their given seating allocation along with running backstage errands. Utilizing my organizational and communication skills, I was effective in completing these tasks in a fast paced demanding environment that allowed me to further my experience and work efficiently both independently and as part of a team under the supervision of the Floor Manager.
Working collaboratively with the Mobile Product Manager at Lyst to consult and provide valuable feedback and ideas to their ongoing App development. Throughput these sessions, I was able to fully utilize my Creative Direction skills to provide feedback and consultation on current App updates to creatively assist aesthetical changes, improve and promote brand image on the App and demonstrated tech-know-how to apply feedback on App mobility.
In this role I interned at seasonal shows for the British Fashion Council courtyard show space. Roles included front of house, running errands and assisting on organization and logistics of events. As part of the internship, I was faced with a fast paced environment and I was able to adapt quickly to ensure each of my roles were completed to the highest standard in each demand. My knowledge of the fashion industry worked to my favor, as I was able to utilize my organization and team leading skills to complete tasks in a very short amount of time.
My role as Retail Assistant involved providing a high level of customer service whilst maintaining an efficient service throughout the shop floor. As a cashier, this role helped me to engage with customers on a daily basis and basic banking tasks, which gave me the opportunity to improve and utilize my social and fashion skills. Throughout my time working during the seasonal period, I learnt how to quickly keep up with demand and maintain a professional knowledge of fashion trends to enhance the overall customer service.
My time in the hospitality industry gave me valuable experience on customer service, social skills and organization. As a barman, I was in constant demand to provide high-end customer service while maintaining a polite and professional attitude. Learning first-hand how to engage with customers, I was able to provide further assistance during my time in a Front of House role within the establishment. Roles included welcoming guests, seating/serving customers and managing the front of house area whilst upholding a friendly warming attitude for arriving and departing customers.
BA (Hons) Creative Direction for Fashion is the only course that specialises in creative direction for fashion, and is part of the Honours Degree Credit Framework at the London College of Fashion. It has enable me to explore the subject through a broad range of lectures, workshops, tutorials and projects, both theoretical and practical. It will help you find your own individual working methods and personal visual language. The emphasis of the course is on new areas of visual communication, marketing and brand identity, offering opportunities for cultural, sustainable and technological advancement in the fashion industry; these lie at the heart of the philosophy of this course. The ability to employ, direct and co-create with a creative team, cross-course and cross-College, are tools which apply across a broad spectrum of market levels and products.