Online education from fashion industry leaders
16 757 UAH ($425)
Exploring core elements of personal style, this course is for those eager to learn and skillfully apply insights to hone their unique fashion signature.

Style DNA

End-of-Course Assignment
Certificate of Completion
3 Home Assignments
Video Language: EN
Video Duration: 06:38:55
Work Files: EN
8 Lectures
Cohort start: 5 Aug 2024
Margarita Muradova
This course dives deep into the intricacies of personal style, underscoring the foundational principles and nuanced aspects crucial for mastering this art. Through exploring the multifaceted world of fashion, participants will understand how elements from color nuances to textile choices shape style expressions. Engaging tasks will furnish attendees with the knowledge essential to excel. Dedicated to those keen on uncovering and honing their distinct style identity, this course is a pathway to personal fashion mastery.


Access to the lectures is strictly according to the schedule. The first lecture will be available on August 5, coinciding with the cohort start date.

All course lectures are released every Monday and Wednesday. Students will receive several homework assignments throughout the course, each having a five-day completion window (and an end-of-course assignment).

At the end of the course, each student who wishes to receive a certificate of completion from the MODEISME educational platform must write, submit, and defend an end-of-course project on a given topic.

Access to all course materials is granted for one year from the cohort start date, allowing students the option to revisit lectures as needed, deepening their understanding of the subject matter.


Access to the online course is granted for one (1) year.
1. Introduction to the course. Basics: terminology, style icons, fabrics.
• Style icons and the blueprint for appropriate inspiration.
• Fundamental fashion terminology and sources.
• Guide to fabrics and materials: composition, care, storage.
• Basics of the fashion market for the consumer: what should one know?


2. Fashion trends and history of fashion.
• Classification of outfit styles.
• Personal taste and its influence on fashion directions.
• Fashion decades and their impact on current trends.
3. Color theory. Color-blocking and integrating color into the wardrobe.
• Colors, shades, and the basics of color theory.
• Working with color. Color relationships and schemes that produce an aesthetically pleasing effect.
• Color-blocking: theory and practice.
• Visibility and its role in shaping a unique style.
4. Color analysis theory. Kibbe body types. Rational essence and contradictions.
• The foundation of the color analysis theory and useful conclusions from it.
• Undertones and contrast in appearance.
• Kibbe body types: pros and cons.
5. Body shapes, proportions, and balance. Face shapes.
• Learning to definitively identify one's body type once and for all.
• Unique characteristics of body types that no one talks about, and how to work with them.
• Wardrobe and its primary silhouettes based on body shape peculiarities.
• Secret techniques of visual illusion.
• Facial geometry and its impact on style decisions.
6. Basic wardrobe and capsule wardrobe. Lifestyle influence on style. Styling tips and secrets.
• Fundamentals of a basic wardrobe. Creating a unique foundation tailored to you.
• Types of capsule wardrobes. Which ones are right for you and how to create them?
• Distribution of proportions and volumes in clothing.
• Combination of textures and prints: variations and details.
• Creating a focal point in attire.
• Uniform and lifestyle diagram as the key to one's personal style.
7. Finding a style that reflects our character and inner state. Wardrobe analysis.
• Principle of characteristic style: foundation, details, and workshop.
• Scheme and process of wardrobe analysis for oneself.
• Organizing a functional space.
• Storing items.
• The role of footwear and accessories in crafting a successful look.
8. Style map as the main document for creating a functional wardrobe. Creation and practice.
• Crafting a style map for oneself without a stylist's assistance: basics and details.
• Compiling one's unique style map. Theory and workshop.
• Understanding of your unique traits and how to express them through clothing.
• Insight into your personal style's unique "signature".
• A comprehensive range of items, accessories, colors, shapes, and textures that suit you, as well as the ability to easily identify them for others.
• The confidence to safely experiment with your own style.
• The skill to spot "your" item flawlessly in a store.
• Practical and theoretical skills in styling items and outfits.
• Knowledge about color schemes and harmony of shapes in clothing.
• Familiarity with the fashion industry and its components.
• A complete sense of freedom in self-styling, as well as the boldness to create new, unconventional, yet uniquely yours, looks.