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Fashion styling is a creative programme in which mental imagery, inventiveness, aesthetic sensibility and culture are perfected so as to converge and shape a professional in fashion images and visuals.

From working with celebrity clients to styling models for photoshoots, a career in fashion styling provides exciting opportunities to share your passion for style with a variety of interesting people.


There are many different areas in which fashion stylists use their talents, from music videos and advertisements to TV shows and movies. They may also work with designers or public relations experts.


Good fashion stylists know how to accentuate the positive attributes of the people they dress. Choosing the right outfit and accessories to flatter someone — in a way that is appropriate for each event — is an art.

Fashion styling requires extensive knowledge of the fashion industry and a knack for matching your clients with the clothing that will support the image they want to project.

2024 TRAINING  23 - 25 May Location: Pretoria


only R10 500 - kit included

This immersive course combines the theory of fashion styling with practical, real-life exercises that will give you the confidence to pursue styling as a career option, freelance undertaking or extension of your image consulting training.

You’ll gain an understanding of the job of a fashion stylist as well as tips and guidelines for finding and producing styling work. We’ll explore the various areas that styling is used within the fashion industry and associated industries, like photography and film.


If you want to build a stronger foundation for becoming a stylist in South Africa and to work on inspiring, interactive projects that take you out into the public to explore and develop your eye, then this is the course for you.


In-Class Theory

Mood boards and 



Mood Boards & On-Location Shoots


Studio Shoots

This course is suitable for individuals wishing to develop expertise in fashion and wardrobe styling. The course will cover fashion styling theory, learning how to create mood boards, styling on location and in-studio, learning how to source clothing and creating a look book for an SA designer brand.

Some of the topics covered include:

Introduction to Fashion Styling
Colour vs black and white photography
Colour combinations
Skin tones

Types of stylists
Categories of styling
Preparation for shoot

Sourcing and hiring garments
Stylist's kit
Creating mood boards
On-set Styling
The business of being a stylist



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