MENTORING & SEMINARS
Why study with IAN SCOTT KETTLE
Currently course leader for fashion FESP (Free Elective Semester Program) Study Abroad @ Central Saint Martins, Ian’s other clients have included: The Victoria & Albert Museum, London College of Fashion, Chelsea Collage of Art, Parsons The New School Paris, UAL Buenos Aires, International Creative Art and Design Academy China, Light & Shadow Fashion Design Academy China.
Ian has over 25 years, independent and prêt-à-porter industry experience as a freelance designer, studio manager and master pattern cutter as well as running a successful men’s bespoke accessory company, alongside, 16 years teaching fashion design at Central Saint Martins Ian has a broad understanding of the demands on a design practitioner.
This mentoring package offers the opportunity of Individual tuition and allowing you the luxury of focusing on your new or evolving project with the support of an industy professional.
From my London studio you will be guided through the design process from initial concept to the final presentation of a fully proposed collection line-up. Focusing on your personal approach to the subject as the catalyst for defining your design language. You will cover diverse research and design techniques as you generate the work necessary to arrive at a well-explored, creative and relevant outcome.
£90 (to be paid in-full and in advance of your consultation)
£135 Per Session
£600 Full 5 session package
Group Option: (2 - 4 Students) Available to design teams and colaborative projects
£115 Per Session (per student)
£525 Full 5 session package (per student)
Extra Tutorials: (1Hr per student) are Available to existing & ongoing mentees
£45 Per Tutorial
All consultations, workshops & tutorials to be paid for in full and in advance of your first sessions
Please Join me for a series of informal seminars covering a variety of fashion related subjects, aimed at informing the design practitioner and sartorially curious, as well as offering the opportunity to meet with the like minded.
Supported by vivid visuals these entertaining and informative presentations offer an insight into the workings of the fashion industry from the specific perspective of the independent designer. We will be discussing the complex issues facing designers today, as well as attempting to navigate the complex and diverse industry in search of the future of fashion.
£15 Per Seminar
£60 Full Series (Series of 5)
Customer & Market
Design & Innovation
Sourcing & Trend
Collection, Sample & Production
Selling & Communication
22nd March 2017 6.15-9pm
(Free) RSVP ONLY
How To Apply
Before your application to one of these pathways can be considered, you will have to attend a paid consultation to establish weather this is the correct direction for you to take and for me to ascertain your suitability for the program.
Before being accepted onto a pathway you must book a consultation.
This consultation can take the form of a portfolio review (of existing work) if you have no work at this stage (or the work shown does not meet expectations) you will need to complete an agreed set project to be presented at a further interview before being accepted as a student on the 5-session program.
Note: During your consultation you will also be offered frank opinion and profession advice regarding intended creative journey.