The Academy’s Director of Fashion Journalism Collaborates with Grammarly for “Write the Future”

When it comes to Fashion Journalism and the world of publishing, Stephan Rabimov, Director of Fashion Journalism, is a seasoned expert. With 15 years of experience under his belt as a journalist, Rabimov credits his success to a learned ability to connect with diverse audiences. So, when Grammarly reached out to collaborate on their “Write the Future” campaign, he immediately said yes.

Grammarly’s “Write the Future” campaign highlights success stories of its users across multiple industries and platforms. Featuring multidimensional individuals with unique career trajectories, the campaign’s message resonates strongly with Rabimov’s philosophy of empowering others to honor the value of clear communication.

“Fashion is important because it is a common language around the world,” states Rabimov. “Fashion journalists are storytellers. The stories we tell can tackle important social issues in unexpected, profound ways.”

As a prominent voice in fashion journalism, Rabimov talks about leveraging Grammarly to strengthen his connection with print and digital audiences worldwide, and with students in the classroom, as well.

“I live for the moments when students get the true power of words that they control,” says Stephan.

Like Grammarly, the Fashion Journalism program equips and trains students to find their voice and “Write the Future” of the fashion industry. Those who are interested in joining the conversation at Academy of Art University can now apply to the 2019 Spring Forward Scholarship and are encouraged to take advantage of Grammarly’s helpful tools and features while writing their submissions.

Words by Fashion School Daily