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Transcript of FASHION DESIGNER
has a flexible timetable
is able to travel freely
can make accurate calculations
has never ending creativity
is able to produce drawings of product
can handle many responsibilities at once
has basic math skills
is experienced in clothing and design
has an eye for color and patterns
can write detailed notes for creations
can work under pressure
is able to keep up with competition
can sew fabrics
is able to judge values of people and items
good at making decisions
can manage time and reach deadlines
can persuade customers or companies Grade 9: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Creative Arts, Business / Computers, French, Health & Physical Education Grade 10: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Personal & Career Development, Visual Arts, Business, Fashion Grade 11: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Visual Arts, Business & Management, Fashion, Drafting & Design Grade 12: English Communications & Media Studies Mathematics Social Studies Visual Arts Business & Management Marketing Fashion Drafting & Design Job: Errand runner, fabric/pattern cutter 2. Pattern Maker - $25,000 - $40,000 Job: Cutting, sewing, making new patterns 3. Production Manager - $40,000 - $60,000 Job: Overseeing process, working with clothing manufacturers, working with contractors, solving arising problems, making sure garments are made properly 4. Designer - $40,000 - $85,000 Job: Researching trends, creating new designs, choosing colors, fabrics and patterns, dealing with contractors, marketers, suppliers, manufacturers, etc. 5. Head Designer - $60,000 - $100,000 Job: Creating an entire collection or line of clothing, researching trends, supervising staff, dealing with manufacturers, marketers, etc, and keeping a good reputation in the fashion world Fashion designers have many jobs in one. They have to multitask all the time. Designers have to juggle staff, new designs, garments, patterns, fabrics, money, and deadlines. It isn't as easy as you think. A more famous or well known fashion or designing school can boost up your reputation in the fashion world. OTHER WAYS TO GET NOTICED IN THE FASHION WORLD Some art schools have 'fashion shows' at the end of the semester and you can show off the collections you have made previously. If you are lucky, you could be noticed by people from the fashion industry that attend these show to find new designers. Another way to work your way up in the fashion industry is if you become an intern at a fashion house. For this job, you don't even have to go to school or do any formal training. It is more trickier to get an internship because you must have connections with fashion houses that would most likely accept you As you can see, there are many ways to getting into the fashion world. But you still have to work for it even if you haven't even gone to school. Fashion is everywhere, in your clothes, shoes, and in your daily life. Designers keep this world fresh and creative, they keep this world alive.