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Shoe Design Career
Transcript of Shoe Design Career
Brian Atwood Pierre Hardy
Alexander McQueen Shoe Design Career Shoe design is were a sketch of a shoe from dimensions sides is made a physical copy.
Designers make different types, styles, and colors of shoes as a variety to attract customers.
Some companies will mainly focus on one type of shoe, such as Nike, who focuses on athletic shoes. How to Dress as Shoe Designer Shoe design is usually a very formal career. For the designers, it is mostly high-end designer clothes. Formal suits for men are most common and formal dress, skirts, tops, blazers, or pants are common for women designers. Signature Shoes Some designers may have a signature or may stand up to high quality for their shoes to be distinguish from other designers' shoes. Christian Louboutin-Red sole on every shoe
Stuart Weitzman-Uncommon materials used to make shoes
Gucci- Known for the comfort Miuccia Prada How to Dress Manolo Blahnik Process of Design Why I Chose this Career I chose shoe design as my career because I love shoes. My old neighbor created outfits for Omaha Fashion Week. Even though she just made dresses, she always had amazing shoes to put with her runway outfits. She has always had unique shoes that I loved. My family has probably over 75 pairs of shoes combined and my siblings and I are always looking for new shoes to buy. Salaries and Skills Roughly $74,440 a year
Ranges from $45,000 to over $100,000
Management Max Kibardin