Job Description

A Stylist tells a story visually. They work with individuals and brands to understand what they want to convey, and then curate an image as part of a wardrobe refresh, an editorial photoshoot or a creative installation.

Careers Ladder


You don’t need formal qualifications to become a Stylist, but a course may help you get your foot in the door and make industry contacts.

Look for opportunities to work as an Intern or Junior Stylist and gain experience on the job, under the guidance of senior team members.

Complete a Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology to gain an introduction to this creative career.

Level up with a Diploma of Fashion Styling. It will take you 1 year to complete full-time, and while there are no minimum entry requirements you may need to submit an assessment task when you apply.


  • Autonomy
  • Artistic
  • Creativity
  • Detail Orientated
  • Initiative
  • Imaginative
  • Open-Minded
  • Passionate
  • Receptive
  • Self-Motivation

Key Skills







Future Prospects

You may like to think about moving on from this career, some transferable skills can be utilised in roles such as;