This New York Times Bestseller gives readers an insider guide to careers in fashion. The book is divided into 6 sections: Designers, Editors, Stylists, Beauty, and Photographers. Each section has personal interviews with fashion legends such as, Anna Wintour, Marc Jacobs, Stella McCarney, Karl Lagerfeld, and many more! They answer your most desired questions, such as, how did you get started in fashion? what do you look for in an intern or assistant?
From runway to retail, everything you need to know to break into the fashion industry! Former editor and chief of Seventeen, Annemarie Iverson writes a personal touch on her helpful tips on how to break into the industry. She expressed advice from leaders like Michael Kors, Bergdorf Goodman, Conde Nast and more. The book will provide you with a bird’s eye view of the industry, teach you how to write an awesome resume, and how to handle the fast-paced environment.
This factual book guides students on preparing for a fashion internship. Contenting a full glossary of fashion definitions and detailed index, it allows readers to easily find what they are looking for. This book provides outlines, from unpaid internships to effective career planning and so much more!
A guide to every career in fashion and how to get it!
Want to work in fashion but are unsure of what job would be best for you? This guideline provides readers with a beginning quiz helping them navigate for their future career. The book is than divided into two parts: Working in Fashion and Directory of Careers. Working in Fashion provides readers with portfolio, resume, and internship advice. The Directory of Careers explains every possible career in fashion from fabric technician to store manager, the glossary contents it all!
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