Creative Direction & Styling
Bachelor of Design (BDes)
LEARN PHOTOGRAPHY / VISUAL MERCHANDISING / FASHION BUSINESS / PERSONAL STYLING / MAGAZINE AND EDITORIAL / SOCIAL MEDIA / EVENTS / PR & COMMUNICATIONS / FOOD STYLING / GRAPHIC DESIGN / COLOUR AND PRINT / ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
Bachelor of Design, Creative Direction & Styling, is for students who want to pursue a career as a highly skilled stylist. With a passion for style, and a creative mind full of visual ideas, Creative Direction & Styling students learn how to recognise, reinvent and define image for the fashion, events, food and interiors industries.
With recognised top level instruction and learning environments which invite experimentation and exploratory creative practice, our graduates are ready to begin their career as influencers, innovators, stylists and creative directors.
Image Left: Creative Direction and Styling by Whitehouse Graduate Rebecca Hong
Just some of the industry partners our students & alumni have had opportunities with:
PHOTOGRAPHY / VISUAL MERCHANDISING / FASHION BUSINESS / PERSONAL STYLING / MAGAZINE AND EDITORIAL / SOCIAL MEDIA / EVENTS / PR & COMMUNICATIONS / FOOD STYLING / GRAPHIC DESIGN
Creative Direction & Styling
Creative Direction & Styling challenges a students’ ability to work in a multidisciplinary industry. Each study period has a focus on an area of creative direction including; visual merchandising, photography, fashion styling, food styling, editorial and moving image, graphic design, interior design & styling, event design and management and a signature project. Students are encouraged to develop their own ideas and experiment in producing a variety of visual outcomes, such as fashion editorials, viral videos, brand image and restyling proposals, digital, interactive and print advertising campaigns, and social media content.
The Creative Direction specialisation is underpinned by core graphic design principles and skills for the styling of people and spaces, photography and the presentation of ideas for magazine and publishing within print and digital formats. Graduates will have professionally developed their personal design philosophy, team leadership skills and the ability to creatively direct unique and innovative design outcomes.
This specialisation also covers key business skills including copywriting, PR and social media, fashion production management, business planning, time management and budgeting. Cultural studies in the history of art, design, dress, fashion and lifestyle culture, provide the necessary skills to make a critical assessment of a brand or client.
We proudly deliver an exceptional 1,728* hours over two years and we encourage you to compare.
You won't find another degree like it in Australia.
Magazine and Denim design by Whitehouse Student, Kyle Lewendon.