The Sterling Style Academy is pleased to announce its strategic partnership with the Fashion Institute of New York in an effort to provide accessible training options for those who expressed an interest in the Sterling Style Academy’s worldwide programs.
Sterling Style Academy founder, Ms. Sterling says, “Rather than providing only accessible options online, individuals still like to attend programs in person with an instructor present. However, given the shift in the global economic climate in the past few years, individuals are seeking more affordable training options even if these options just give them only a glimpse of what they are looking for.”
Many students have benefited from taking the Sterling Style Academy’s programs in Dubai however there are many Indians who live in Dubai and in India who would also like to attend the program and receive a certificate from an internationally accredited institution.
Fashion Institute of New York’s Dean says, “We are excited about this partnership not only because of the depth of knowledge and expertise that the Sterling Style Academy is known for regarding image consultancy and personal styling, however we are also pleased to capitalize on the academy’s global presence. It’s important to collaborate with industry experts who not only sound credible but are credible. Working with celebrity stylists to learn how to do personal styling is not the same. Celebrity stylists style celebrities and photos shoots. They are not necessarily skilled in shopping and styling your everyday person.”
To make this partnership official, FINY is conducting its first training program in Dubai from May 26 – 30, 2019. More programs in Southeast Asia to be announced later in the year such as in Bangkok Personal Stylist Training, Jakarta Personal Stylist Training, and Kuala Lumpur Personal Stylist Training.
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