Welcome to the Fashion Blog

Are you interested in reading fashion news about haute couture, prêt-à-porter and avant-garde clothing? We hope so because you will learn about these topics as well as find style reports about emerging designers, new lifestyle brands, cutting edge fabrics, and much more. Anything relevant to the fashion industry is open for discussion.

Enjoy the fashion blog to obtain your daily dose of inspiration. Keep your wardrobe as trendy as your mind.

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We hope that you love reading about fashion as much as we do.

Monday, December 17, 2018

Fashion Jobs Hub

Fashion jobs are available for those that are qualified.  If you believe that you have what it takes to play a significant role in the fashion industry, you should explore career path opportunities.

Whether you want to work as a haute couture fashion designer, pattern maker, sewer, or be the CEO of an international fashion conglomerate, this fashion hub will help you learn about what is available and how you can achieve your goals.

What to expect from this fashion jobs hub

Looking to gain entry into the fashion industry or curious about opportunities for advancement in your existing career? You’ve come to the right place indeed! We have selected the top fashion career paths, job descriptions, and plan to help you learn more about them in this hub. We will even highlight what you can expect from each position based on real open job posts.

If you want a job that will mainly consist of identifying industry trends, designing clothes that fit a particular brand image or anything else along those lines, the fashion industry is the place for you.
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Fashion School Relevance
Should I attend a Fashion School?  We are not certain the absolute answer to that question.  Below are a few possibilities.  Which do you think is most correct?
  • Yes, it is critical for working in the fashion industry.
  • No, it is not needed for a career in fashion.
  • It is certainly helpful but not required.
Before working in the fashion industry, we recommend that you receive an education from a qualified school that specializes in apparel industry relevant courses. Although we do not feel that it is an absolute requirement, we do believe that taking classes in fashion merchandising, manufacturing, fabrics, and other key elements is important. If you do not have the time or money to gain a full degree, taking a few classes may be a good idea.

Here are a few fashion schools you may wish to review:

Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT)

Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM)

The above two schools are in the United States, but their are many excellent international fashion schools to consider. You can review the best fashion schools article to review a few of the options available.

Again, we do suggest you attend a fashion school prior to starting your fashion career. If time or money does not make this possible, you are welcome to jump right into the business. You will learn as you go.

Popular Fashion Job Descriptions

Fashion Designer
Production Manager
Traffic Co-ordinator (shipping)
Fashion Merchandiser
Sales Person
Warehouse Manager
Fashion Journalist
Fashion Illustrators
Buyers

Learn about more fashion job descriptions and categories of possible interest.

The fashion industry has hundreds of career categories.

Pick a Career Path


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The fashion industry may be larger than you think. In addition to important roles such as fashion designers, CEO's, and President's, the industry has an vast assortment of tasks that require a unique employee. Don't forget that in addition to designing clothing, it needs to be manufactured, shipped, warehoused, sold to retailers, sold to consumers and more. The entire supply chain has various employment opportunities.

Here are only a few categories of possible interest:

Fashion Designers, Pattern Makers, Brand Managers, Technical Designers, Marker Makers, Graders, Line Builders, CAD Designers, Graphic Designers, Textile Colorists, Buyers, Print/Surface Designers, PDM Specialists, Merchandisers, Textile Designers, Sourcing, Planners, Allocators, Product Managers, Quality Auditors, Stylists, Production, Manufacturing, Corporate Visuals, Account Execs, and more.

You can learn about these fashion industry job descriptions and others from the Apparel Search directory. If you want to be successful in finding a job, it is important to narrow down the jobs that you would find to be of interest. You certainly do not want to apply for a position working in a clothing warehouse if you do not want to be inside most of the day. If you prefer to always be on the go, you may want to be a sales person or a national sales manager for a fashion brand. Make sure to pick a path that fits into what you would enjoy.

Also, you can visit large employment sites such as Monster.com, CareerBuilder.com, Indeed.com and others. They may have job description sections that you would find to be helpful.

Fashion Jobs

Now that we know it is important to receive an education and pick a career path before jumping into the industry, we can move along to more ideas about where to look for available fashion jobs.
One way is to think of a fashion company that you enjoy. It may be a good idea to visit their website and review their available jobs section. If you go to websites such as Nike, Coach, Lord & Taylor, Under Armour, etc., they are sure to have a career opportunities section.
If you prefer to search multiple companies at one time (which would be a good choice), you can try search engines such as the Fashion Job Search website to look for fashion jobs from multiple companies at one time.

Job Hunting Tips
  • Develop a strong resume with a clear message.
  • Dress appropriately for interviews.
  • Use a firm handshake and look people in the eye.
  • After an interview send a thank you message.
  • If you do not receive a call back, follow up with the interviewer anyway.
If you want a job badly, do NOT give up.

Be polite, motivated, and persistent.

If you are not good at creating your own resume, seek help from a resume service.

Practice the interview process with friends or family.

Work in the Fashion Industry


If you are looking for a resource that provides access to employment agencies specializing in the apparel and textile industry we suggest you research opportunities from the fashion jobs section here on the Apparel Search fashion directory. In that employment area you will find various resources to assist you with locating employment. In addition to job descriptions, you will find access to current listings, resume services, and more. You can also use Bing, or Google, to search for additional agencies and resume services if you can not find enough at the above mentioned site.

Thank you for taking the time to read our fashion jobs hub. We hope that you have found it to be educational. If you have suggestions regarding this subject, please list your thoughts, comments, or questions in the discussion area below.

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Fashion blogs typically cover various aspects of clothing, footwear and personal style. Ours is exactly what one would expect from a leading international resource and more.

Designer brands: If you are researching the newest emerging indie designers or the most popular international designer brands, you will find articles and enlightening reviews on the subject. Fashionistas will find what appears to be an endless stream of designer options.

Shopping: You can find consumer tips on issues such as how clothes should fit, where to find sample sales, and other information to help consumers research apparel and where to make purchases. We also discuss clothes, fabric, and color trends that offer assistance to shoppers.

Beauty: We do write articles about cosmetics, fragrances, hairstyle trends, and a wide assortment of beauty tips. Models, stylists, fashionistas, and photographers, will surely find news articles of interest.

Essentially, we cover most of the topics you would find in an industry journal as well as other topics that you would discover in a typical fashion magazine.

Fashion is a multi-billion-dollar industry that has considerable impact on the way ordinary people dress and present themselves. Fashion is trend-driven and our fashion blog by Apparel Search provides a riveting way to follow and oversee these fast-paced trends. The blogoshepere has tons of style sites for your review. We thank you for taking the time to view ours.

If you have fashion news about your company, product, or service, that you wish to share with the world, let us know. You are also welcome to comment in the discussion area beneath each post and share with your friends on social media.

Looking for more resources? You are welcome to learn about other fashion blogs so that you can continue your research.

Who created this amazing blog?

Apparel Search Company - Visit our home page to learn more about the fashion industry at www.ApparelSearch.com

Our style blog incorporates topics such as clothing, footwear, jewelry, beauty products and fashion accessories. From luxury lifestyle choices stemming from Paris, Milan or Hong Kong to urban street trends from Chicago & the boroughs of New York, we have your style covered.
Take your time to browse the various areas of our blog, or head back over to the main area of our Apparel Search website to learn more about our industry.

Tips on Participation

The fashion blog is not only for reading. Nor is it about simply viewing pictures of super models, beautiful celebrities & trendy photographs of handbags & shoes. Consumers, fashionistas, and members of the apparel industry are welcome to participate at the bottom of each blog post.

Members of the garment industry, consumers, and fashionistas are welcome to comment at the bottom of our posts.

Yes, if you don't wish to participate, you are welcome to simply view our pages. Participation is not a requirement. Even you don't wish to share your thoughts that is perfectly understandable. It is our pleasure to present to you the fashion, beauty and style that intrigues Apparel Search. Hopefully our reporting will arouse your curiosity and interest as well. You can jump into the conversation if that is appealing to you.