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Fashion Designer Essay Examples

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Career Description: Fashion Designer
Fashion designers design clothing such as coats, dresses, suits and other varieties of clothing. They prepare design sketches either by hand or on the computer. From these sketches the designs become the clothing. Designers find this job difficult but an enjoyable career. They enjoy making or designing clothes and seeing pe...
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The Hip and Trendy Fashion Scene in America
Fashion is everywhere these days. If you're not wearing something fashionable, you're just not cool. Most people realize this in the good old U.S.; but there are the occasional bad apples. This is where I come in. I'm here to help some of these people out with choosing fashionable attire. And what better way to show it than...
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The Innovations of the Fashion Designer Cristobal Balenciaga
Cristobal Balenciaga Cristobal Balenciaga was born in 1895, just over the French border, in an ancient fishing village called Guetaria, in Spains Basque country. In 1937, after opening his own tailoring shops in Madrid, Barcelona, San Sebastian, and Guetaria, he emigrated to Paris due to the Spanish Civil War. His...
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An Essay on My Three Different Types of Styles in Fashion
In my lifetime I have worn many different types of styles ad well as participated in a few new fashion trends. Three styles I participated in were dress codes, vintage/preppy, and designer clothing. Some of the reasons for changing the way you dress have to do with your environment, surroundings, and the people whom which y...
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The Evolution of Fashion from the 1940s to the 1990s
Fashion evolution through the years Who didnt have been heard something about the most representative eras of the fashion, like 50s, hippies age, disco fever, or grunge? All these ideologies had been make an important change through the time. There exists a great evolution through the fashion of the 40s to the 90s, and it...
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A Description of the Modern Fashion Industry
English Report The Fashion Industry Modern fashion has grown bigger in the last 20-30 years. The modern industry is expanding and the competition is big. A lot of new brands are popping up. Meanwhile, everyone is getting more money to his or her disposal. Because of that, the consumers want expensive clothes and designer...
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An Analysis of the Most Representative Eras of the Fashion
through the years
Who didnt have been heard something about the most representative eras of the fashion, like 50s, hippies age, disco fever, or grunge? All these ideologies had been make an important change through the time. There exists a great evolution through the fashion of the 40s to the 90s, and it involves different...
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An Essay on Fashion and Its Effects on People and Society
 Fashion has been one of the most significant phenomenon in the world. It affects the attitude of most people towards both themselves and others, though many would deny it. The refutation, however, is more often than not disagreed with by our own consumption lifestyles. The surfacing of fashion as a past phenomenon contribu...
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An Essay on the Important Role of Fashion on an Individual's Life
Every person nurtures an innate desire of looking good and feel ‘accepted’ in the socio-economic circle. The word fashion instantaneously brings to mind a flash of colour with a dash of glamour. Women are taking to fashion in a big way, and are experimenting with different looks, styles, and textures. Fashion plays an...
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An Analysis of the Types of Fashion in the 1820's, the 1940's and the 1960's
What do you think about fashion? Is this a topic with great importance to you? Or are you just in the dark when it comes to what’s hot and what’s not? People look at fashion as a way to express yourself. You may not know this but fashion also involves more then just imitating others. It is a form of non-verbal communication...
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The Differences between Designer Brands and Cheaper Brands
When it comes to shopping and strolling through every fabric nearby you the question must be asked, are designer or cheaper brands better and why? Many of them may look the same but once you flip over the price tag it’s a whole new story. Once compared in every aspect designer brands come out on top. They’re superior for ma...
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What It Takes to Become a Graphic Designer
A career in graphic design is perfect for a creative individual who has a sense of design. "A graphic designer is one who creates ideas that are expressed in words and/or pictures, and generally solves problems of visual communication," says Paul Rand, a professional designer (23). Employment in this profession is...
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A Focus on the Career of a Graphic Designer
A career in graphic design is perfect for a creative individual who has a sense of design. "A graphic designer is one who creates ideas that are expressed in words and/or pictures, and generally solves problems of visual communication," says Paul Rand, a professional designer (23). Employment in this profession is...
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An Overview of Graphic Design
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career in graphic design is perfect for a creative individual who has a sense of
design. "A graphic designer is one who creates ideas that are expressed in
words and/or pictures, and generally solves problems of visual
communication," says Paul Rand, a professional designer (23). Employment i...
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The Life and Work of Coco Chanel
                 “Luxury must be comfortable, unless it is not luxury.” Chanel made fashion what it is today. She traded in the corsets and stiff collars for boxy dresses, and trousers. She believed woman should not be squeezed or poked in garments they wear. Apparel in the early 1900’s was purposely made to make an individ...
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An Introduction to the Profession of a Fashion Designer
Everyone wear clothes. A fashion designer is the person who influences everyone not just people or some who would just buy the clothes because it’s expensive and they have the money for buy it. A fashion designer is who comes up with the ideas and design, for the clothes that we, the customer, will be wearing tomorrow. Eac...
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Business Assessment of NEXT PLC
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY NEXT Plc has been among the renowned fashion brands offering reasonably
priced women wear, men wear, kids and home wear to wide range of
customers within and outside UK. NEXT Plc has been in business since 150
years and over the years, it has managed to expand its offerings as well
as updating existing p...
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Real Versus Fake Designer Shoes
With changing trends and fashions, designer shoes have become an
essential accessory in a woman's wardrobe. Shoes that are comfortable to
the foot and maintaining the elegance of style are always in fashion and
demand. Today the shelf life of any article changes fast as does the
desire to own great brands and stylish shoes....
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Account of the Life of Gianni Versace
Gianni Versace was born in Reggio Calabria, Italy on December 2, 1946. He grew up with his brother Santo and his sister Donatella in very competitive relationship Reggio Calabria was a somber town that was very unlikely to produce on of fashions most extravagant designers of all time. When Gianni was eighteen he began worki...
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The History of Dolce and Gabbana
Dolce and Gabbana, an Italian ready-to-wear line, was founded in 1982 by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. Since the distinguished duo established they have become influential and innovative to the fashion industry. Their clothes signify a sanguine, sexy glamour, which, however raw, never over powers the wearer's characte...
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A Biography of Gabrielle Chanel a French fashion designer and founder of the Chanel brand.
Gabrielle Chanel, orphaned at an early age, was raised by nuns. Gabrielle wanted to be a singer. She debuted in a concert cafe. Each of the two songs Gabrielle sang contained the word Coco. The name, which was given to her by the audience, stuck for more than eighty years. Her singing career, however, did not. Coco's voice...
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A Biography of Gianni Versace an Italian Fashion Designer
GIANNI VERSACE Gianni Versace's interpretation of fashion is original, somewhat exhibitionist and brightly coloured. He believed art and fashion go together and has been described by Time magazine as the youngest of Milan's "young tyrants". Born in Reggio Calabria on December 2, 1946, Versace started working in h...
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A Look at the Life of Danna Ivy Faske an American Fashion Designer
"Fashion is something that is in your blood," Donna Karan has often remarked. "I don’t think you learn fashion. It’s just something that’s a part of you" (Donna 352). Fashion played a large role in the upbringing of Donna Ivy Faske. She was the daughter of Helen Faske, a model and sales representative, a...
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A Biography of Miuccia Prada the Italian Fashion Designer
Miuccia Prada Miuccia Prada was born in Italy in 1949. She was born into a family that had previously established a successful business. Prada was originally founded in 1913 and manufactured leather bags. Miuccia ?revolutionized the appearance? of her family?s products. She did not take the business over until 1978. ?Her f...
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Castlebridge & Company British Fashion House
Castlebridge & Company is a British luxury brand characterized by its brown, blue and coral plaid and signature raincoat. One of Castlebridge’s unique qualities was that it was entirely designed, tailored and manufactured by professionals in the UK. It was until recently; that CFO Doris Milne announced that the company’s m...
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