About the workshop:
This workshop addresses the art of fashion styling from a theoretical and practical approach. Through a series of intensive lectures, talks, practical assignments and projects the student will gain a comprehensive understanding of the industry and receive the tools to enable them to style a shoot. The workshop will include talks and discussions by fashion professionals (editor, designer, makeup artist and photographer). The two-week intensive workshop period will culminate in a professional fashion shoot that the students will organise and style themselves, which will contribute to their individual portfolios. A selection of the outcome will be published in the international print issue of PASHION magazine, and a potential curated exhibition will take place in Darb 1718.
 
About Instructor:
Kegham Djeghalian is a multidisciplinary artist and fashion stylist/consultant mainly based between Paris and Cairo. He has studied visual Arts at the American University of Cairo, Visual Culture and Design at Goldsmiths College University of London, and Fashion Studies at Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion.
As a visual artist he has shown both in group and solo exhibitions in Cairo, Alexandria Bahrain, London, Athens, Bethlehem and Jerusalem. In fashion, he has worked with many publications the likes of Elle, Oryx (Qatar Airways), Unfair, Pashion, Yerevan and Identity to name a few. In 2010 he was commissioned by Kenzo to do two retrospective editorial shoots in Paris and Cairo celebrating the house's 40th anniversary. Djeghalian has been an Atelier Private Stylist at Liberty of London since 2010. He has done a few campaigns for young designers and Egyptian high street fashion houses. In 2013, Djeghalian co-founded PARISTYLE, a fashion collective based in Paris that offers styling, fashion consultancy services as well as tours and lectures about Paris' fashion secrets and history.
 
Participants of this workshop participated in an exhibition entitled "Fashion Reincarnated: The Network" from 29 April till 31 May, 2013. Check this page for more info.
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