Fashion your future - Career choices Career

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Fashion your future - Career choices

The global market for fashion has seen economical, environmental impacts which is shifting consumer behaviour, the challenge has become to understand the ever-changing needs of customers. In this changing environment what can fashion students consider and do to enter into a workforce and make their mark.
Working in Fashion: Expectation vs. Reality Career

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Working in Fashion: Expectation vs. Reality

I knew I wanted to work in fashion around the same time LC knew she probably should’ve worn a jacket on her first day at Teen Vogue. Through devouring every magazine, memoir and movie I could get my hands on, I unwittingly formed a set of preconceived ideas about what it meant to work in the industry. But with five years of fashion industry experience under my belt, I can safely say that the movies are nothing like the books - which are also nothing like real life. Ahead, the fashion industry myths I once believed, that are now well and truly busted...
No Time to Intern? No Worries. Career

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No Time to Intern? No Worries.

Gaining hands-on work experience is imperative to a successful start in the fashion industry, but what do you do if your circumstances don’t afford you the days you need? Whether you need to work to support yourself, have taken on extra classes or live outside a metropolitan hub, there’s no need to sacrifice the idea of an internship - you simply need to reframe it to work for you. Ahead, we look at some tips and tricks to help develop your practical skills and build a professional foundation no matter your scheduling situation...

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