Graduates in Fashion and Creative Industries go on to work in fashion companies, creative and design industries, research centres for the creative industry, specialised service companies for fashion marketing, distribution and retail services, press agencies, event agencies, museums, foundations, art galleries, specialised publishers.
They will be able to set up creative start-ups and work as freelancers.
The main functions include: developing and implementing communication strategies; developing and implementing branding strategies; developing marketing communication materials to support new product launch plans, including product literature and documentation, press releases, advertising; taking responsibility for defining the brand's social strategy, copywriting, content creation, influencer relations and monitoring results; managing social profiles and related channels; collaborating with space design and visual merchandising offices; collaborating with the e-commerce team, marketing and PR teams and brand managers.
The main functions include: collecting and interpreting data relating to contemporary style-life trends in national and international markets; documenting projects for cultural and product innovation; drafting informative texts relating to current macro-trends; devising strategies for the innovation of corporate services and products in the artistic and communication fields.
The junior art director's main duties include: contributing to the creation of the visual identity for the company or the company brand and imagery appropriate to the company brand's universe of values; conceiving and implementing concepts and guidelines in the execution of creative projects, supervising their completion; ensuring the quality and coherence of images and messages; planning, organising and managing events and fashion shows.