Here’s a quick overview of how to become a Fashion Designer.

– A fashion designer is someone who    transforms an article of clothing into a    specific appearance. – Starting with an idea, they produce the    design, sell it to merchants, or develop    their own brand.

Who is a Fashion Designer?

Whichever field of study you choose to pursue is essentially up to you, though Humanities and Science are favoured.

Step 1: Stream to select

– There are numerous online courses that    can help you undertake your own    analysis of that. – Illustrator for Fashion Design: Creating    Brushes, LinkedIn Learning. – Photoshop for fashion designing: 2    Rendering Techniques, LinkedIn Learning. – Fashion as Design, The Museum of    Modern Art through Coursera.

Step 2: Certification Courses and Project Courses

The path forward will be paved with skill development, specialised diploma programmes, certifications, or an academic degree in fashion design.

Step 3: Educational Requirements

– Diploma in Fashion Design by Vogue    Institute Of Art And Design – Diploma in Fashion Design by JD    Institute Of Fashion Technology – Diploma in Fashion Designing by    International Institute Of Fashion    Design

Diploma Courses

– B.Des (Bachelor in Designing) - 4 Year    course – BFTech - 3 to 4 Years – B.Sc in Fashion Designing - 3 Year    course – B.Sc in Fashion Merchandising - 3    Year course – B.A in Fashion Design - 3 Year course

Under-Graduate Courses in India

– Bachelor of Design Innovation-    Fashion Design Technology  - 3 to 4    Years – Bachelor of Design in Fashion and    Textile  - 3 to 4 Years – Bachelor of Creative Industries    (Applied Fashion)  - 3 Years – B.A. (Hons) in Fashion - 3 Years     Bachelor of Design (B.Des) - 4 Years

Under-Graduate Courses Abroad

Nothing can help you land a job as a fashion designer more than your portfolio. Here are some suggestions for things to include in yours.

Step 4: Job Preparation

Interviewees are judged on how enthusiastic they are about the business and what intrigues them most about it, and how passionate they are about what they do.

#1 Be familiar with the Brand in and out:

Make sure some of your best work is included. Additionally, don't just put in the labour; become knowledgeable about your work's process so that you can respond to any questions.

#2 Know every detail of your portfolio:

People frequently neglect to bring forward essential information during tense interviews. Some people simply lack the ability to express themselves when questioned, it's necessary to have a list of often asked questions ready.

#3 Talk up:

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