So far I've been only writing about clothing and the personal use of those apparels, however one coin has two different sides. For that reason, I've decided to focus this post on the fashion production process, this is, those who use the inspiration to create originality and expression. I am talking about the fashion designers, the hidden artists behind every gorgeous and first gargement.
If you are interested in this main part of the process of vogue, you should follow this steps published by the popular designer Jennifer Alyson:
Artistic AbilityCreativityCommunicationComputer SkillsAttention to Detail
The fashion industry is dynamic and exciting, if a little unstable. But there is a huge difference between the fashion designers and the clothing designers, check out which one fixes better with your ambitions:
Fashion designers are usually high-profile artists who bring their visions to life through art as clothing. Usually the designs stay current for one season, so the designer must continually be creating for the next season, show and round of buyers. Therefore, pieces from fashion designers are incredibly expensive and hard to maintain. If you have success in the fashion design industry, it's within the realm of possibility that you can become a celebrity in your own right, as well as make a large salary with many extrinsic benefits.
On the other hand, clothing designers make pieces that are suitable for everyday wear and usually are not independently employed. This type of designer is not usually self-employed but works with a team of designers reporting to a creative director or fashion executive. While clothing design isn't as dynamic a field as fashion design, it can be a very rewarding and stable career.
Here you have a short explanation about the personal experience and opinion about fashion!
María Santos a fashion designer.