Getting into LCF - Fashion styling & production

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Hey everyone! I'm currently taking my diploma in fashion marketing and management and I am keen on going to LCF in 2020. I'm at a complete loss with what I should include into my portfolio and I am extremely nervous that I wouldn't be able to get in to this school. I'm great with photography, and fashion stuff in general but I'm no good with illustrations. Would that affect my chance of getting in? It's a dream of mine to get into LCF and this is really important to me and it would be great if I could get some advice

Also, does anyone know what is the acceptance rate for LCF? I've read somewhere that international students have a higher chance of being accepted but I don't really wanna to get too confident with that haha.
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Do they need a portfolio for that course?

What do the portfolio guidelines ask for. Not every course will need drawing skills.

(Original post by deathcab4natalie)
Hey everyone! I'm currently taking my diploma in fashion marketing and management and I am keen on going to LCF in 2020. I'm at a complete loss with what I should include into my portfolio and I am extremely nervous that I wouldn't be able to get in to this school. I'm great with photography, and fashion stuff in general but I'm no good with illustrations. Would that affect my chance of getting in? It's a dream of mine to get into LCF and this is really important to me and it would be great if I could get some advice

Also, does anyone know what is the acceptance rate for LCF? I've read somewhere that international students have a higher chance of being accepted but I don't really wanna to get too confident with that haha.
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Do they need a portfolio for that course?

What do the portfolio guidelines ask for. Not every course will need drawing skills.
Yes, portfolio is mandatory at UAL / fashion universities.

The portfolio has to demonstrate
- A current interest in and awareness of fashion and fashion styling.
- An enthusiasm for visual communication
- The potential to develop styling and production skills.

and evidence of:
- technical ability
- understanding of balance, proportion and composition
- understanding of visual communication principles
- exploration and creativity
- technical knowledge
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(Original post by deathcab4natalie)
Hey everyone! I'm currently taking my diploma in fashion marketing and management and I am keen on going to LCF in 2020. I'm at a complete loss with what I should include into my portfolio and I am extremely nervous that I wouldn't be able to get in to this school. I'm great with photography, and fashion stuff in general but I'm no good with illustrations. Would that affect my chance of getting in? It's a dream of mine to get into LCF and this is really important to me and it would be great if I could get some advice

Also, does anyone know what is the acceptance rate for LCF? I've read somewhere that international students have a higher chance of being accepted but I don't really wanna to get too confident with that haha.
I’ve applied to LCF but for fashion photography
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(Original post by deathcab4natalie)
Yes, portfolio is mandatory at UAL / fashion universities.

The portfolio has to demonstrate
- A current interest in and awareness of fashion and fashion styling.
- An enthusiasm for visual communication
- The potential to develop styling and production skills.

and evidence of:
- technical ability
- understanding of balance, proportion and composition
- understanding of visual communication principles
- exploration and creativity
- technical knowledge
Hi! I’d read this on their website, but I’m not sure what they mean by the “understanding of balance, proportion and composition “. Could you help me out?
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