The exciting and dynamic fashion industry presents a wide range of possible careers, but it can be difficult for a novice to determine exactly what each involves. Fashion: The Industry and Its Careers, 2nd Edition, offers a thorough and informative exploration of fashion careers across the board, including designer, textile manufacturer, retailer, wholesaler, illustrator, model, product developer, journalist, publicist, trend forecaster, and more. For each career covered, readers will learn about what to expect on the job, required education and training, how to advance to a management role, relationship to the industry as a whole, and future outlook. This 2nd edition has been completely updated to reflect recent developments in technology, world economics, and globalization.Figures 5.5a and b Examples of consumer fashion magazines, part of CondAc Nasta#39;s collection of publications. promotional ... For some, studies in photography, display, and fashion show production are needed. Journalism skills prepare the fashion promotion candidate for fashion writing, whether in commentary scripts, anbsp;...
|Author||:||Michele M. Granger|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2012-03-20|