FASHION BUSINESS AND RETAIL


HOLLY BLACKBURN

 ‘Fashion and Lifestyle Magazine’

Progressed from

The Broxbourne School — GCSE 

Statement

The aim for my project was to create a magazine based on my chosen fashion brand, Louis Vuitton. In this magazine I have added a range of articles which includes an Amy Winehouse exhibition which I created with images and notes from the exhibitions itself. I have also included the new collections from Louis Vuitton , Bubble Gram and Spring in the city. I featured  various images taken by me in the photography studio for  the magazine spreads, these include an advert for  Fitbit, fashion front cover and contents page.   

Destination

Hertford Regional College — Level 2 Hairdressing  


ISSY HOWLETT

 ‘Fashion and Lifestyle Magazine’

Progressed from 

Freman College — GCSE  

Statement 

I created a fashion and lifestyle magazine based on the high street retailer, Bershka. I laid my magazine out keeping true to the style of Bershka while also aiming to appeal to the target market through responding to their needs identified in a survey I created. I looked at a range of articles online that I could use to feature in my magazine, as well as creating my own primary research such as interviews, surveys, exhibition visits and creating my own fashion photography. 

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL level 3 Photography 

Seeking apprenticeship 


BELLE RODGERS

 ‘Fashion and Lifestyle Magazine’

Progressed from

The Knights Templar School  — GCSE

Statement

I created my fashion and lifestyle magazine based on a personal favourite brand, ASOS. I carried out In-depth research into ASOS with the intention of basing my magazine on similar features that the brand would include in their own magazine, adding my twist. Thought-out my work I enjoyed conducting interviews and further research, Fortunately I was able to interview a visual merchandiser employee at ASOS, who answered questions for me which gave me additional insight into the company for me to then feature in my magazine as two-page spread. I planned and created primary photography inspired by ASOS, wearing colourful and trendy outfits to fit my theme of a bright magazine which was eye catching to my target audience of young adults. 

Destination

The Fashion Retail Academy — Level 3 Diploma Fashion Business and Retail

Seeking apprenticeship or work within the fashion business sector


SCARLETT SMITH

 ‘Fashion and Lifestyle Magazine’

Progressed from

The Broxbourne school — GCSE 

Statement

I created a fashion and lifestyle magazine based on Alexander McQueen. I styled the front cover the way I did because the brand is roman gothic and out there, so I used a black and white filter with red writing to make it pop. I really enjoyed researching the Johnny Depp case and doing the primary and secondary interview. To create this, I used Canva to construct my magazine spread.

Destination

Hertford Regional College — UAL level 3 Visual Merchandising or level 2 Beauty Therapy


CORDELL WARE

 ‘Fashion and Lifestyle Magazine’

Progressed from

Hertford Regional College — Level 1 Hair and Beauty 

Statement

The aspiration for my project was to create a magazine associated with my chosen fashion brand, Valentino. In the interior of my magazine, I have put together a range of articles which includes an overview of the Amy Winehouse exhibition at the design museum using primary research from the exhibitions itself. Throughout the magazine, I reflected on what my audience wanted to see as well as the design choices using surveys aimed at my target market, leading me to write an article on how Valentino embraced diversity. I featured numerous primary images taken in the photography studio and on location, these include the Valentino front cover, contents page, back cover and an advert on Next perfume.

Destination

Hertford Regional College — Level 2 Public Services 


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