Fashion Coolhunting

AGUS CATTANEO

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23 Lessons (3h 6m)
    • 1. Welcome!

      4:23
    • 2. Class Overview

      2:09
    • 3. Sources of Information Overview

      0:47
    • 4. Fashion Forecasting

      27:39
    • 5. Newspapers and Magazines

      20:59
    • 6. Blogs and Vlogs

      23:04
    • 7. Movies

      6:32
    • 8. Museums

      6:27
    • 9. Events

      1:01
    • 10. Seminars and Conferences

      0:55
    • 11. Tradeshows

      6:03
    • 12. The Runway

      2:41
    • 13. The Street

      10:53
    • 14. Toolkit

      3:10
    • 15. Your Skills

      5:03
    • 16. Processing Data

      18:06
    • 17. Inspirational Trip

      5:20
    • 18. Inspirational Trip #2

      3:45
    • 19. Fashion Timelines

      11:25
    • 20. Trend Report

      7:45
    • 21. Evidence Wall

      6:16
    • 22. Final Project

      6:13
    • 23. Final Thoughts

      5:40
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Project Description

The opportunity to launch your blog or online portfolio: An invitation to go out and hunt for trends and news! 

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I recommend you to do at least 5 of the following projects:

1-Personal Introduction through a one page collage

2-Look at fashion campaigns in magazines at the moment and identify one campaign trend.  Show those magazine ads and Create a 1-page visual report of the mood board of that trend.

3-Present a visual report of a blog that you like.

4-Present a movie that you like. Write a one page paper explaining why.

5-Go to a fashion seminar, event, cocktail, show and write a review about it.

6-Look at the runway shows from the past season from the main fashion weeks (NY, London, Milan and Paris) and identify two main ideas (it could be a detail, a color, a trend, etc) and create for each one a 2-page visual report

7-Present a 3-pages visual report of street style in your city.

8-Choose a store in your city and take a picture of its window. Present a 1-page visual report of the mood board that could have inspired that window.Please also show the window.

9-Choose a neighborhood in your city and present a 3 pages visual report of what that neighborhood looks like: street style, restaurants, bars, shops, museums, parks, etc.

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