Irish Fashion & Business Institute Open Evening
The Irish Fashion & Business Institue is delighted to invite you to you to its inaugral Open Evening.
On the night you will have the opportunity to meet our esteemed tutors, get informed on the prospectus of our various part-time courses including Fashion and Styling, Fashion Buying, Visual Merchandising, and Image and Personal Branding; take a tour of our studio premises, and speak with some our current students and professional alumni.
Director and Head Tutor, Clara Halpin, will be on hand on the night to introduce herself, the Institute and answer any questions you may have. Clara will also address the audience on the night about all things Fashion and Business, and how best to start your career in the industry.
The event will take place from 6-8pm at our premises at 68 Leeson Street Lower, Dublin 2.
We look forward to meeting you for what promises to be an enjoyable and informative evening.
WHEN: Tue 22 November 2016 18:00 – 20:00 GMT WHERE: 68 Leeson Street Lower Dublin HOW MUCH: FREE ENTRANCE . REGISTER HERE
The Irish Fashion & Business Institute provides a unique approach to learning marrying business and fashion that is applicable, practical and in line with emerging global trends.
Our courses aim to develop and inspire rounded, multi-skilled and versatile graduates who are ready to embark on their fashion careers as stylists, buyers, merchandisers and entrepreneurs.
The Irish Fashion & Business Institute is brought to you by Clara Halpin, one of Ireland’s leading fashion figures. With over 25 years in the fashion and beauty industry, she has had an extensive career to date across the both fashion and beauty industries.
Having assumed roles in management, buying, merchandising, styling and personal shopping, Clara has gained a wealth of knowledge in every aspect of the business. As director of the Irish Fashion & Business Institute, her mission is to inspire careers in the fashion industry that ranges in styling, retail, personal shopping, buying, merchandising, management and creative direction.
With advances in technology, the presence of fashion online and on social media, building a fashion career no longer presumes you’re a fashion designer. From trend forecasting to visual merchandising, and from personal styling to fashion start-ups, the fashion landscape is vast and exciting. The Irish Fashion and Business Institute is dedicated to ensure that each student receives thorough education via academic and practical modules, leaving him/her prepared and skilled for their future fashion careers.