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Becoming a Fashion Designer



It seems like everyone is jumping on the designer bandwagon these days. And why not? The fashion industry is sexy -. Fashion shows, parties, celebrities, recognition and even fame go to his career in fashion

Now here lies the question: Do you go to design school or go straight to start a business? Not all fashion designers go the traditional route for the design school, instead of relying on the entrepreneurial spirit, some "designers" turn your head for a job in a successful fashion company.

Ralph Lauren is an example of a designer who bypassed the sewing machine and went straight to the market. Which way you depends on your personal motivation. If you like sewing and pattern making, the traditional way will bring the most satisfaction. If you like the fashion world, but do not have the patience for a needle and thread, a career in a fast and exciting fashion biz is still possible ... Read on.

So, you want to go on your own, what is first?

I have always admired fashion designers and their ability to design trendy, unique and wearable fashion season after season, as if by magic. But it's not magic, it's a job. And to succeed in business, nobody is an island (which means that everyone needs a little help to achieve their dreams). And that's not all glitz and glamor. Being a designer means you have to actually run operations.

Prior to printing those business cards, ask yourself if you are willing to roll up your sleeves and tackle the not-so fun aspect of the model.

Prior to printing those business cards, ask yourself if you are willing to roll up your sleeves and tackle the not-so fun aspect of the model.

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At first, running a fashion business could mean the fulfillment of the order itself (ie, packing boxes until the wee morning hours), steaming clothes several times during a fashion show, and bookkeeping. You can spend only a small percentage of their time actually designing. Instead you're networking, schmoozing and negotiating with vendors and suppliers

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If you are planning to appeal directly to the consumer time, you will need to make a website and maintain it (and most likely have to pay someone to handle these tasks), get a merchant account to process credit card transactions and management cycles back fee. If you are interested in learning what this means, then you May choose to work for big fashion houses to learn the ropes.

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If you are planning to appeal directly to the consumer time, you will need to make a website and maintain it (and most likely have to pay someone to handle these tasks), get a merchant account to process credit card transactions and management cycles back fee. If you are interested in learning what this means, then you May choose to work for big fashion houses to learn the ropes.

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If you are planning to appeal directly to the consumer time, you will need to make a website and maintain it (and most likely have to pay someone to handle these tasks), get a merchant account to process credit card transactions and management cycles back fee. If you are interested in learning what this means, then you May choose to work for big fashion houses to learn the ropes.

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If you are planning to appeal directly to the consumer time, you will need to make a website and maintain it (and most likely have to pay someone to handle these tasks), get a merchant account to process credit card transactions and management cycles back fee. If you are interested in learning what this means, then you May choose to work for big fashion houses to learn the ropes.

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If you are planning to appeal directly to the consumer time, you will need to make a website and maintain it (and most likely have to pay someone to handle these tasks), get a merchant account to process credit card transactions and management cycles back fee. If you are interested in learning what this means, then you May choose to work for big fashion houses to learn the ropes.

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If you are planning to appeal directly to the consumer time, you will need to make a website and maintain it (and most likely have to pay someone to handle these tasks), get a merchant account to process credit card transactions and management cycles back fee. If you are interested in learning what this means, then you May choose to work for big fashion houses to learn the ropes.

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But if you have enough stamina and friends with the skills or services you trade in, you can go on your own and succeed. Today at the age of entrepreneurship, why should not you get a piece of cake?

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I'm not a designer, can I still work in the fashion industry?

Da ... and no. If you have a design vision , you can pay people to take your idea and turn it into a tangible pattern or design. It's kind of like a creative Director does not. If this fits your situation, then you'd better have the business chops to get your business off the ground and it is better to have a solid proposal fundamental values​​.

What does it mean that you must have a strong business proposition and offer a product that is valuable and in demand. This does not mean you have to sell high-end fashion garments to rich people. Clothiers H & M and Zara to focus on fast ready-to-wear fashion at affordable pricepoints.

There are more than one way to become a fashion designer. You can learn to sew and go to design school to learn the ins-and-outs of the business. But not everyone learns to draw patterns and stitch together haljine.Tipke for success in the fashion business creativity, good business sense and determination.

Stay tuned for more tips on becoming a fashion designer.

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