Hi Guys! Today you will come to my fashion school in London with me! I am going to show you a bit of my drawing/color theory class and also share a piece of advice for moving to another country. This is what an average day at uni looks like, without all the textile and design things that we do in fashion school as well.
Let me know what you think of this style of vlog and if you want to see more then leave your feedback in the comments and please subscribe :-)
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SOME LIL' FACTS-
Where I'm originally from: Florida, USA
Where I'm currently located: London, England
What am I doing there: Studying Fashion Textiles/Design
Camera I use: iPhone 8+
Editing Software: iMovie
How exciting! I’ve always been an artsy student and just discovered a few years ago I wanted to become a fashion designer. I live in a small town and I’m still 18 but felt like I’ve been struggling to be my own person and I’ve been trying this summer to become more independent and I love your inspirational words because it’s a struggle everyday for me but I absolutely see improvement. You are gorgeous and I can’t wait to see your work in the future! 💕
Hi rahim, sorry it took me long to answer this... YES there are definitely boys on the course. they are a minority, most of the people studying fashion are girls but on the other hand, most of the people in charge of luxury design houses are males... so i hope that gives you a better idea.. fashion is for everyone.
Rahim shah boys are allowed but boys rarely pursure fashion design , i went ti fashion school also and i only had 1 or 2 boys in my class, theres more boys that go into fashion marketing than design lol
Sophiya Thapa yesss! 100% having any type of related skill can help (drawing, sewing, stitching, styling). In uni they recommend we practice drawing no matter what, but plenty of people go on to designing without strong drawing skills. It’s all about how you communicate your fashion ideas
Hi Dayshia! I’m planning on doing a video series on the steps I took to come to London. I did the whole process in 7 months (spontaneously decided to move in February 2016, then moved to London by September 2016)
If you’re subscribed then hopefully you’ll see when I post that 🤗
Hi Scarlet, I definitely think it’s manageable but I won’t lie.. London is expensive! I definitely would say if you feel financially mature and can budget then you’ll be okay. And getting a part time job while studying can help 🤗
I thought it was so cool to see inside the class of a fashion school, I used to dream of going to one when I was younger. But that tip about doing something on your own has been something I've been trying out. It really is empowering like you said, I think I prefer to do things on my own now, I love the independence. Great video love!
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