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MA Fashion Cultures and Histories offers students an opportunity to study cultures of fashion and dress through the lens of critical fashion history and theory. Students develop high-level writing, research and analytical skills to interrogate fashion as global industry and bodily practice, preparing them to become informed critics and communicators generating innovative knowledge about fashion in its multiple contexts and shaping the ways it is understood.Why choose this course at London
MA Fashion Cultures and Histories offers students an opportunity to study cultures of fashion and dress through the lens of critical fashion history and theory. Students develop high-level writing, research and analytical skills to interrogate fashion as global industry and bodily practice, preparing them to become informed critics and communicators generating innovative knowledge about fashion in its multiple contexts and shaping the ways it is understood.
Why choose this course at London College of Fashion
Unique course: MA Fashion Cultures and Histories is the only theory-based master’s specializing in fashion studies offered by a dedicated fashion college in London.
Focus on theory: theory is our practice, as students develop a suite of specialized skills, competencies and knowledges to generate independent and original scholarship on a topic of their choice that contributes to the field of fashion studies.
Industry links: we generate theory to enact change in the fashion industry as students work closely with researchers and key industry partners to generate critical insights to address emerging questions facing the industry and our field of study.
Research links: the course is embedded within London College of Fashion’s culture of leading fashion scholarship as skilled scholars from our diverse and dynamic research community teach students on their respective research specialisms.
Masters graduates have an acknowledged advantage in the employment market, obtaining work in a wide range of vocational and academic fields related to fashion. Previous graduates have gone on to lecture in related fields in Europe and America, worked in fashion curation and archives, journalism, styling, retail consultancy, as well as to higher level research degrees (MPhil or PhD).
University of the Arts London (UAL) is a leading creative university. It has impressive alumni including famous fashion designers, artists and musicians.
There are six colleges across 14 sites around London. These offer an extensive range of courses in art, design, screen, fashion, communication, media and performing arts. The colleges are:
Camberwell College of Arts
Central Saint Martins
Chelsea College of Arts
London College of Communication
London College of Fashion
Wimbledon College of Arts.
UAL is home to Europe’s largest postgraduate arts and design community. It also ranks well for relevant subject areas in both UK and international league tables.
Through a strong, supportive network and industry-standard facilities, UAL has nurtured some of the most famous creatives from around the world.