Friday, 17 February 2017

JUST A FEW THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND BEFORE PURSUING A DEGREE IN FASHION.

WE  LISTED  IN OUR POST SOME OF THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE PURSUING A DEGREE IN FASHION. WE USED IMAGES TO INSPIRE, ENCOURAGE AND SHOW YOU AN AMAZING RUNWAY /BACKSTAGE  FROM GRADUATES WHO ALREADY HALF-WAY TO THE DREAM OF BECOMING PROFESSIONAL DESIGNERS.  ALL CCREDITS TO  ROMAULDO NUBLA FROM STUDIOMOR+,  SHOOT AT RAFFLES COLLEGE OF DESIGN GRADUATION RUNWAY,  SYDNEY.

Shiny magazine adverts, astronomical prices and high-profile films like “The Devil Wears Prada” or ISL, all suggest a world of endless glamour without hinting at the reality of hard work completed before the red carpet is unrolled. Of course most professions require efforts, but the fast-paced world of fashion is an entirely different kind of success that most can’t dream of coping. Becoming a fashion designer in this competitive industry will require a lot of talents, efforts and endless deadlines.  If you are considering becoming a fashion designer, find out if you have what it takes to succeed in both the job world and in fashion school. Here are the Most  Important Things to Consider Before Pursuing a Degree in Fashion, with images by Romauldo Nubla taken at Raffles College Graduation Runway  in Sydney.

1. PERSONALITY

Here is the part where you take a deep breath, step back and evaluate yourself and your willingness to crawl to the top of the ladder, because that’s what it’s going to take. The world of fashion is reserved for only the most dedicated and creative visionaries on the planet, leaving no room at the top for the mediocre. It’s important to be able to grab the bull by the horns and take initiative because nothing in this line of work will be handed to you, making the fruit of your labors so much sweeter in the end. Keep in mind that graduates rarely start designing immediately after school, so it’s also important to ensure you can handle a career with countless highs and lows.

More at: http://www.fashionblog.fr/2015/12/22/before-pursuing-a-degree-in-fashion/

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