Can we talk today about Fashion 2.0? What is the impact of the Internet on the reality of brands and their communication strategies? How do the rules change with the new sociability, participation, and communication?
The fashion phenomenon responds to the digital challenge, facing the readjustment of its rules. Social changes, new technologies, social networks, consumer evolution, and the democratization of fashion have led brands to rethink their communication and marketing strategies. For many, this “digital age” has been an opportunity to make themselves known, position, or even reinvent themselves. The identity of a brand is a key factor to define a comprehensive and coherent strategy, not only in the design of each collection but also in the business model, the types of products, or its target audience.
It is therefore vital that all departments work towards a single goal and give the brand recognizable and common values, thus reinforcing its positioning in a dynamic and interactive environment like the current one. On the basis of this premise, we understand the importance of good communication strategies in any fashion and lifestyle business, regardless of size or position. Whether it is part of the luxury retail sector or a small artisan business, it needs an identity.
We are all aware of the significance of the media and the power of influence that has reached this sector, hence the importance of the Master in Fashion Digital Communication and Marketing, which offers a comprehensive vision, from the foundations of traditional communication to the current digital ecosystem, which will bring us to concepts such as digital communication, blogging platforms, social networks (Flickr, LinkedIn, Vimeo, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, etc.), management tools and analysis, etc., providing students with the skills needed to become effective and multidisciplinary professionals.