The Museum Of Modern Art in New York and major universities around the globe launched a series of free online fashion courses.
If you are searching for a way to occupy your time during the self isolation and quarantine, and fashion is a passion of yours, why don’t you start an online course?
These courses are free of charge, and are a good way to fuel your creative, to get inspired and to develop new skills!
Enjoy your studies!
Fashion as Design – MoMA
Fashion as Design is one of the free online courses recently launched by MoMA. It focuses on the profound global impacts (social, cultural, economic and environmental) of more than 70 garments and accessories from around the world. Fashion designers, historians and manufactures will give you some insight into the history and development of each garment, the changing uses, meaning, and impacts over time.
Link to the course: Fashion as Design
FASHION AND SUSTAINABILITY
Sustainable Fashion – Copenhagen Business School
Sustainable Fashion is an online course offered by CBS (Copenhagen Business School). It provides an overview of business model theory and discusses models as essential tools in the transformation towards a more sustainable business. The course is an introduction to sustainable business models, the challenges the industry is facing and a wide variety of inspirational examples.
Link to the course: Sustainable Fashion
Fashion And Sustainability: Understanding Luxury Fashion in a Changing World – UAL: London college of fashion & Kering
The University of the Arts London in collaboration with Kering created an online course which explores sustainability in the fashion industry. You will learn about the issues, agendas and contexts associated with luxury in fashion. It is an introduction to sustainable fashion design, research and business practice.
Link to the course: Fashion And Sustainability
BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT
Management of Fashion and Luxury Companies – Università Bocconi
Management of fashion and luxury companies is a course created by Università Bocconi which explores how fashion and luxury companies work and understand their brands, retail, and communication strategies. With insights from industry experts you will learn about business models, international development, and communication strategies.
Link to the course: Management of Fashion and Luxury Companies
Understanding Fashion: From Business to Culture – IFM
This course offered by the Institut Français de la Mode (IFM) explores the interaction of fashion, society and business. It offers a dual approach to fashion, both as cultural phenomenon and as creative industry. The course offers inputs from major business leaders and fashion designers like Paul Smith, Simon Porte Jacquemus, Christelle Kocher, and CEOs at Chanel, YSL and Hermès.
Link to the course: Understanding Fashion