Fashion Communication and Promotion is a practice based, flexible and multi-disciplinary course that will prepare you to contribute to the future of the fast moving fashion industry.
Design and produce a professional fashion and colour trend forecast. Use a variety of creative techniques and media to generate your own inspirational imagery to communicate the trends you predict will have the most significant impact on fashion in the future.
As part of Norwich Fashion Week 2016, NUA held ‘Fashion 360°‘. Fashion Communication and Promotion course staff hosted a Q&A with international designer Orla Kiely OBE. Orla talked to students about her creative practice, influences and how she built her global brand. Orla also gave students an exclusive sneak peek of pieces from her new Autumn 2016 collection. Orla will continue to support NUA when she returns for our Graduation in June 2016 to be awarded an Honorary Doctorate.
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Take a 360° tour of NUA’s Fashion 360° event and exhibition with Orla Kiely as part of Norwich Fashion Week 2016. Click on the video and move your view to see more of the exhibition featuring work from accessories designer Sarah Angold, bespoke wig and costume designer Tam Walsh and award-winning creative agency Knit, who created this video.
Nick Thompson of Creative Agency Knit based in Norwich and London discussed the agency’s recent interactive window display designed to promote Hiut Denim at Rivet and Hide, London. By touching icons on the window printed in conductive ink, customers could hear the story of the Hiut brand and get details on the product. You can read Nick’s blog post about the event here.