Advanced Fashion Illustration

Course Dates

Jun 2024, every Mondays and Wednesdays or Tues and Thurs x 5 weeks

About this Course

Students will learn how to have a more artistic and creative approach towards fashion illustration. We will learn 5 different styles of contemporary and classic fashion illustration. The student will experiment with various styles thus giving him/her more tools to develop his/her own style.

We will also learn a more in depth colouring technique with various media. We will learn how to represent key textiles and prints creatively. Students entering this course should have an intermediate level of drawing

  • How to make a creative fashion illustration
  • 5 styles of fashion illustration
  • Advanced application of colour


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Evgennia Ivanycheva

Lecturer in Illustration, Interior Architecture & Design

Evgeniia Ivanycheva is an interior designer with over a decade of experience specializing in diverse projects within the food and beverage, hospitality, and residential sectors across various locations and settings, with projects featured in esteemed publications such as SALON Interior and AD Magazine.

Coming from a theatrical set design background, she brings a unique perspective to her work, considering not only the visual aesthetics but also emphasizing factors such as acoustics, temperature, tactile experiences, and lighting scenarios, recognizing their significance in enhancing human well-being. Her teaching philosophy revolves around the idea that design should be purposeful, functional, sustainable, and relevant to its location and original intention.

As a creative professional, she values continuous learning and development. She has obtained certificates from Chelsea College of Art and Design and Milano Business School, where she completed the HORECA Project Design & Marketing program. She is currently pursuing a LEED Green Associate certification, further expanding her knowledge and expertise in sustainable design practices.

Evgeniia is a multidisciplinary artist exploring different kinds of medium and styles. As a creator, her objective is to explore the extraordinary nature of ordinary objects. She is currently living and working in Hanoi where has been creating using watercolors, photography, Al, and more.


Nicky Vu

Programme Co-ordinator/ Fashion Lecturer

Nicky Vu graduated from the Masters Material Futures course at Central St. Martins, where he was specialized in fashion design and received trainings in trend forecast, communication design and sustainability. Besides fashion, Nicky also has interests and frequently works in graphic and research-led design projects.

During his time in London, Nicky has the opportunity to work and develop his skills in the industry from interning for fashion house GILES, mentoring young students in ‘Concept to Catwalk’ competition and working as a junior designer and product developer for independent fashion label MATAR. With his background in fashion design and production, Nicky co-found Nutsclub, a menswear fashion brand in Hanoi. In this establishment, Nicky works as a creative director, overseeing the design and development of all collections, as well as being involved in the business and marketing side of the company. With the education gained from prestigious institutions and professional experience from the industry, Nicky offers students a current perspective from the local and international market, and the knowledge in both the creative and production side of the profession.


VND 12,900,000

How to Apply

You can apply the course online or obtain application form from our college.
For further information on how to apply, please visit the How to Apply page.