Always wanted to know how to create a fashion magazine, turn your blogging skills into an exciting career, plan a fashion show or predict consumer and lifestyle trends? Our creative Fashion Communication and Marketing offers you the opportunity to explore the communication of fashion through images, experiences, film and the written word.
You’ll develop visual communication skills across a broad range of creative mixed media, including photography and styling, art direction and graphics, print and digital design, film and interactive, and 3D and retail design. You’ll learn to apply these to areas of the industry such as fashion media, branding, advertising, print, visual merchandising, retail environments, events and PR, and trend prediction and forecasting.
Year 1 develops students’ visual awareness skills. Through individual and group work, students will conduct a brand visual analysis, create a brand zine and consider self-promotion through platforms like blogs and Instagram. From Year One you’ll have the opportunity to work on live projects with real clients.
In year 2, students will develop their knowledge in the communication of fashion and lifestyle in the global environment. They’ll learn about the link between branding, advertising, PR and the visual message how fashion information is communicated to audiences in different contexts. Students will complete year 2 with a final project to showcase their best work from the course at our Graduate Show.
LCDF-Hanoi provides a full time bachelor programme including 2-3 years studying at LCDF-Hanoi and 1 year studying at Universities in the UK. Many LCDF graduates have transferred to the UK to continue their study on BA (Hons) degrees or higher at the following Universities: Northumbria University (Newcastle), London University of the Art (London), The University of the West of England (Bristol), The University of Middlesex (London), The University of Gloucestershire (Gloucestershire), to name a few.
Teaching encompasses design studio practice, formal lectures, group seminars, tutorials, exhibition and store visits, presentations and practical workshops.
Assessment occurs at the end of each academic term with informal critiques held at appropriate times throughout the year.
Visual Merchandising, Fashion Buying, Fashion Coordination, Fashion Brand Consultancy, Trade Marketing, Fashion PR, Brand Marketing, Fashion Journalism, Fashion Editor, Fashion Blogger, Fashion Photography.
Nguyen Khac Trung
“A lot of people think that fashion design is just about drawing a set of clothes, making a dress. But no. Studying in this College is where I have gained knowledge, understanding about the fashion industry and having for myself a delicate aesthetic sense. The lecturers have somehow waken up the passion inside of me”.
Graduated from London College for Design and Fashion but life has brought this young 8x boy to the photography career and now, he is very well-known with the nickname of Bobby Nguyen Photographer – The Wizard of Fashion Photography.
Le Lan Huong
Self-employed, Jagi Design
"All the knowledge I gained from the college is so valuable. I was taught how to brainstorm ideas, finding my own style and doing research about fashion trends to create my own characteristic and practical designs. I have also learnt to become patient and pay attention to the details."
High School Graduate or an equivalent international foundation course qualification which includes art and design.
English language certificate of IELTS 5.5 or equivalent. If you are not a national of a majority English speaking country and haven't completed a degree in English, you'll need to provide evidence of your English language ability to study with us. English for Design courses are available before and during the course for students who need to improve their English level to study with us.
Have ability in drawing or illustration or show interest (through interview). For students who are not based in Hanoi, portfolios and interviews can be done via Skype or submitted electronically.
Intensive Design Foundation
If you don’t meet our entry requirements, you may be able to apply for a preparation course to help you gain entry to our undergraduate study.
If you need any further information about accommodation nearby us and cost of living in Hanoi, please refer to the website below or feel free to ask us for support. You can find lots of information on houses in Tay Ho District, which is close to the college.
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.