Vogue College Educates The Fashionistas Of The Future [Pics]

Vogue College Educates The Fashionistas Of The Future [Pics]
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Condé Nast’s Fashion & Design school in London prepares young professionals for a career in the industry.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 20 november 2013

The Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design offers diploma courses to those looking to build a career in the fashion industry.

Owned by publishing group Condé Nast, the London college offers theoretical and practical learning, workshops, and guest talks by some of the most influential fashion industry professionals, including brand CEOs, renowned designers, magazine editors, art editors, and others.

The college has a core team of academic staff and mentors, and currently offers three courses — the ten-week Vogue Fashion Certificate course, the one-year Vogue Fashion Foundation Diploma course, and a four-week Vogue Intensive Summer Course.


The new school, which opened last April, was designed by British architecture firm Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and sits on two interconnected properties on Greek Street in Soho, London — a location previously occupied by Central St. Martins College.

The exterior of the building is covered in brickwork to match the brick buildings in the area. The interiors feature large windows providing an abundance of natural light and an all-white design with some areas that open to outdoor learning spaces.

The building has been shortlisted in the FX International Interior Design Awards with the winners to be announced on November 27th.


Scroll through images of the new school below.

Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design

Source: Yatzer

Images: Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

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