a blogger, and some people actually call me a "fashion expert" – I like that one. I feel so lucky to have gone from a fashion fanatic, to a fashion design student, to a retail worker, to an internet start-up junkie, to a stylist. Let me tell you something it didn't come without help, which...

A Breaking into Fashion interview with Tyra Banks' stylist, Beagy Zielinski: If you're not familiar with Breaking into Fashion, it's a series created to give you a glimpse into to the fashion industry via interviews with insiders and trendsetters. Beagy was kind enough to take time to answer...

Following on with my blog posts on how to become a model (links to my previous posts on this are included at the end!) I spoke to Ziggi Akhtar, designer of asian groomswear and also a stylist who regularly styles shoots for Asiana Magazine. Here are his views on what it takes to be a...

Question by Dara: When you are becoming a fashion designer does it matter what college you go to? I want to go to the art institutes for two reasons, I don't want to go to a huge state college, and also I want to have flexibility to choose where I want to live. But my cousin who is a fashion...

Abe Burmeister: How I Built A Fashion Brand with No Experience Speaking at the PSFK Conference NYC, Outlier co-founder Abe Burmeister describes how a punk-rock ethic helped him go from wanting to create a one-of-a-kind piece meant for personal use when cycling, to a mini-fashion empire that...

Think you'll never have the opportunity to become a fashion journalist on a major publication like ? Well think again. The newspaper and John Lewis have teamed up to offer not one, but two fabulous fashion prizes. Two lucky winner will score a styling session with doyenne of the fashion...

Question by Laura: How can you become a fashion designer for magazine covers? Pretty much self-explanatory in the question above, but I'm curious on how you can become a fashion designer who dresses the models for covers of magazines and inside the magazine. I know someone who is very...

The course will run on Wednesday & Thursday evenings from 6.30pm – 9pm from January to March. In this course you will cover the history of fashion from the 20's to the 90's, train to be an image consultant, personal stylist, personal shopper, editorial stylist, show producer, fashion...

With no formal training in fashion, our approaches with styling were to self-study and do a tremendous amount of research; get as much on the job experience possible and really start from the ground up. Our initial experiences as fashion stylists began slowly with setting up test photo-shoots...

Women frequently ask a question: how to become stylish. The first thing you should do, dear ladies, is to understand what being stylish does mean. A stylish person is not a fanatic follower of fashion. In fact, style is mostly associated with individuality, it helps to reveal a person's...

 

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