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Fashion communication:

discover how trends, imagery, graphics and digital platforms can amplify a brand’s power to communicate – on a personal level and to the world at large.

Central Saint Martins
BA (Hons) Fashion Communication: Fashion Communication and Promotion Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Fashion Communication: Fashion History and Theory Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Fashion Communication: Fashion Journalism Opens in a new window.
London College of Fashion
BA (Hons) Creative Direction for Fashion Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Fashion Imaging and Illustration Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Fashion Journalism and Content Creation Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Fashion Media Practice and Criticism* Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Fashion Photography Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Fashion Public Relations and Communication Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Fashion Styling and Production Opens in a new window.

Proposed course - subject to validation

  • Two models, one male and one female, standing in the centre of the frame wearing futuristic clothing. Work by Jeffrey Thomson on BA (Hons) Fashion Communication: Fashion Communication and Promotion course at Central Saint Martins.
    Jeffrey Thomson, BA (Hons) Fashion Communication: Fashion Communication and Promotion, Central Saint Martins
  • Close-up shot of model holding bug eye glasses up to eye. Work by Margherita Allievi on BA (Hons) Fashion Photography course at London College of Fashion.
    Margherita Allievi, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography, London College of Fashion
  • Student work showing abstract performative installation with two figures
    Kirsten Zullo, BA (Hons) Styling and Production, London College of Fashion
  • Michele Fornera, BA (Hons) Fashion Journalism, London College of Fashion

The courses in this list are at undergraduate degree level. London College of Fashion also offers the following courses in this subject area at pre-degree level to international students:

See more information on our Pre-degree courses page.

Student spotlight:


"My course puts a lot of focus on industry together with personal creative growth. During my industry placement in second year, it became especially evident that the skills I've developed as a UAL student are so relevant in the real world of work."

Studying fashion in London was always a dream for Rakshita. She enjoyed photography, styling and art direction and so decided to begin her studies at London College of Fashion on the International Preparation for Fashion course.

“During my time studying International Preparation for Fashion, I explored my various interests and finally decided to progress onto the BA (Hons) Creative Direction for Fashion course.”

The international community at UAL is a highlight for Rakshita, as she has felt supported in both her work and social life in London. Having the opportunity to exchange ideas with students and tutors from around the world has broadened her horizons.

"Meeting people from all over the world has helped me learn new things. I love the different perspectives each one of us brings to the table."

At the end of her first year, Rakshita had the opportunity to work on a live project for The World of Anna Sui. The piece she helped create, involving moving image content for online platforms, was part of the exhibition at the Fashion and Textile museum.

“Being able to have my work showcased by the museum and Anna Sui was awesome!”

Rakshita has access to all of the libraries across UAL, and she particularly likes the comfortable work spaces at London College of Fashion, London College of Communication and Central Saint Martins. These resources, like the rare archives and huge collection of books, offer a lot of inspiration.

“The best thing about studying at London College of Fashion is being able to contextualise my art and develop my creative and professional skills within the fashion industry.”

Rakshita is always excited to find new places to go and things to experience across the city. She enjoys spending time at London's many cultural sites and in the UAL libraries, both for inspiration and escapism.

"My favourite cultural sites are The Design Museum, The Barbican Centre and the exhibitions that take place at the Victoria and Albert museum. I also love exploring the various markets in London like Brick Lane and Camden Passage."

After the initial shock of moving to London from India, Rakshita soon realised that the people around her would be what make her experience so enjoyable.

"London can seem scary to start with but the city will soon grow on you. There is so much diversity here so everyone finds their community soon enough."

Her advice for the next generation of UAL students?

“Work hard. A little stress is good, just not too much. Find a balance between your personal explorative journey, creativity and your career goals.”

Rakshita Arvind
BA (Hons) Creative Direction for Fashion, London College of Fashion

Images © Alys Tomlinson