By Don Rauf
Through developing their very own digital day at the activity, scholars can discover firsthand what it is prefer to have many fascinating careers.
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Before you enroll in fashion design school, check back to see whether this profession is a good fit for you. Quick, what’s your style? Retro or sporty? Goth or classic? Hip-hop, boho, grunge, or some really inspired mix of all of the above? What you wear speaks volumes about the kind of person you are. On a separate piece of paper, write down the story that your clothes are telling about YOU. ) What are your favorite styles of the past? Which styles do you hope never come back into fashion? _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ What is your vision of the future of fashion?
Agree/Disagree) If your answers make a nice little pattern of agree/disagree/agree/ disagree/agree, then you might have the business sense to make it in the fashion biz. If numbers make you nervous, you’ll have to work at getting over your fear. clothing line, and they may also draw apparel, shoes, and accessories for ad campaigns. A lot of the work is still done by hand, but when detailed drawings are required, the illustrator may turn to CAD (computer-aided design) software. Illustrators apply their trade on the retail end as well, working with stores to design their advertisements, catalogs, and in-store displays.
The hardest part is meeting new clients and proving yourself all over again. That challenges you, though, and gives you a chance to get even better at your job. I was nerdy in middle school. I didn’t get fashion right away. I was more into decorating my room and getting it to look perfect. I was really good with color. When I was 18, living in Laguna Beach, I worked at a boutique. I started doing merchandising and displaying. Merchandising and styling are closely related. In merchandising, you take a product and you make it look right to sell.