Careers in Fashion by Bonnie Szumski

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Find that person who inspires you, and take every class they offer. Instructors are people that mold you and impart information to you. ” However, there are always fashion photographers who master the skills on their own. Dani Diamond, speaking on the SLR Lounge website, talks about how he got into photography: “When I was in business school, a friend of mine walked around with a DSLR [camera]. I asked him to borrow it and after a few days, I bought my own Nikon D90. I’ve been shooting ever since.

But some fashion writers take on the hard topics that plague the industry, such as underage models, modeling scams, unrealistic body image portrayed in the fashion industry, and working conditions for models and garment workers. Writers who tackle subjects like these generally have a more investigative focus than those who stick to fashion trends and announcements. Although their focus is fashion, fashion writers are like other journalists in that they try to convey information, perspective, and emotion in their writing.

Hughes says, “You have to go for the bare minimum if you’re not sure about something, but you also don’t want to be sold out right away. ” Buyers must be masters of analyzing inventory, shifting stock between stores, and ordering and reordering items to anticipate what any given store needs. Experience with computer programs that crunch data (such as Excel) is very important to buyers. As Hughes says, “At the most basic level the buyer ensures that the correct merchandise is in a store at the correct time with the correct quantities to satisfy the customer.

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