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Author: Patricia , Last Modified, 2021-01-20 18:48:26 Category: fashion Keywords: Putting-together-your-Fashion-Portfolio
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Learn Fashion Design from your own home. Step by step guide to getting into the fashion business.
In order for future fashion designers to show off their talent to potential employers, they have to create a portfolio demonstrating their skills and creative sensibilities.
Fashion Design students should produce a design portfolio with work that they themselves created.
This can be from a school or Uni course or better in fact is real work that was used for real clients, even if they were small projects, it matters not.
One thing that matters to prospective employers to see a student who adopts a professional attitude.
Fashion requires creativity, but in reality the business is about producing garments that serve a purpose, this might be to sell clothing or impress for a photo shoot, either way, treat every opportunity as a potential job interview and be prepared.
I had a friend who carried his portfolio in the boot of his car, he produced it at every opportunity, and it was often quite embarrassing how in the middle of a social evening he'd ask all present who wanted to see his portfolio. Of course to be polite people would say yes, but often it led to no work, but the preparedness was at least on the right track. After all you never know when someone you meet could become a future employer.
Make sure your portfolio illustrates your broad skill-base. Employers like to know that you can be flexible and are not just a one hit wonder. Include sketches, sewing, and pattern making abilities.Patricia
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