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Fashion Styling

Courses and workshops focus on how to create images and characters utilizing merchandise and props, while working with photographers, videographers, visual professionals, editors, designers, and show producers for events, publication layouts and media.

We invite FIT Photography major students to contact the facilitator of this program, Sadia Seymour [email protected], for portfolio styling photo shoot opportunities.

Not all courses are offered every semester.
Links direct you to current offerings.

A total of 12 courses (10 required and 2 personal choice) is needed to complete this certificate.

Required Courses

(recommended in this order)
SXS 100  Introduction to Fashion Styling 
SXS 130  Fashion Styling: Trade Craft from Fitting to Clothing Care (formerly SXM 100) 
SXS 120  Styling: Fit Fundamentals (formerly SXM 010)
SXS 150  Fashion Styling: Photography and Editorial Overview (formerly SXM 120)
SXS 175*  Fashion Styling: Photoshoots (Formerly SXS 200)
SXS 190  Fashion Styling: Still-Life Fundamentals (formerly SXM 125)
SXS 250  Fit-Figure Fashion Styling for E-Commerce and Digital Applications 
SXW 425  Hand Sewing, Mending, and Alteration Essentials
SXS 275  Fashion Styling: Social Media (formerly SXM 260)
SXS 310*  Fashion Styling Career Launch Workshop

Personal Choice Courses

(choose 2)
SXI 400  Secrets from a Professional Shopper (formerly SXF 300)
SXF 610  The Great Fashion Designers
SXG 100  Wardrobe for Theatre, Film, and TV
SXG 275  Costume Design: Creating the Celebrity Persona
SXS 400  Fashion Styling: Home Fashion Business  (formerly SXH 010)
SXF 650  Learn Today's Top Ten Design Motifs: Home, Events and Fashion (formerly SXH 100)
SXI 100  Introduction to Image Consulting
SXE 250 Everything You Need to Know About Fashion Shows, From Start-Up to Runway (formerly SXM 400)
SXS 350 Fashion Styling: Men (formerly SXS 330)
SXT 500 Insider's Guide: Quality Vintage Shopping

*Denotes course has prerequisite(s). This means that specific classes must be completed prior to enrolling in this course. If you have not completed these courses with a passing grade, please wait to register as your registration will be cancelled. Please see course descriptions for more information.

Facilitator: Sadia Seymour


Students interested in a Professional Development Certificate of Completion must file an Affidavit Certificate Declaration after completing the first class of the certificate program.

 Getting Started with a Noncredit Certificate Program

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