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Fashion : the industry and its careers

Author: Michele Granger
Publisher: New York : Fairchild Books, [2012] ©2012
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
"Offers a thorough and informative exploration of fashion careers across the board, including designer, textile manufacturer, retailer, wholesaler, illustrator, model, product developer, journalist, publicist, trend forecaster and more. For each career covered, readers will learn about what to expect on the job, required education and training, how to advance to a management role, relationship to the industry as a  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michele Granger
ISBN: 9781609012250 1609012259
OCLC Number: 781499616
Description: xxv, 468 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Unit 1. Careers in raw materials and manufacturing in the fashion industry : 1. Trend forecasting --
2. Textile design and product development --
3. Sourcing --
4. Production --
5. Promotion --
6. Sales --
7. Resources management: finance, accounting, and human resources --
8. Fashion design --
Unit 2. Careers in product development and sales for the fashion retailer : 9. Product development and design by the retailer --
10. Promotion in retailing --
11. Merchandising for the retailer --
12. Management for the retailer --
Unit 3. The ancillary businesses : 13. Fashion styling and visuals as ancillary businesses --
14. Fashion scholarship --
15. Environments: Websites, exteriors, and interiors --
16. Beauty, spa, and wellness.
Responsibility: Michele M. Granger.


Fashion: The Industry and Its Careers offers a thorough exploration of a wide range of fashion careers. Students will learn what to expect from the job, the education and training required for each  Read more...
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