2. Keeping in mind the first London Fashion week began 30 years ago, the industry over this short time span has become
increasingly more desirable to be a part of. With thousands of graduates each year searching for their dream, it now takes
more than a white smile and triumph organisational skills to grasp the attention of those who are willing to give you a job in
this cut throat industry.
3. Qualifications Degree?
• For young creatives a degree is no longer
necessary, however it gives a platform for trial
and error, without the worry of being fired from
• Skills can be refined to allow an individual to
obtain a unique and recognisable style of
• Start working with a wide spread of contacts
made through the course.
• Even if the degree is not right for an individual
by the end it shows an employer commitment
and the ability to be flexible and creative in
other areas of work.
• Work experience shows an employer evidence
of resilience and commitment to jobs that may
not be your first choice.
• Collecting experience from a widespread of
areas allows you not only to have a better
understanding of your job but everyone else's
part they play in the project.
4. Attributes Team Work,
Knowing when to ask for help.
It is key to network and
meet people that will
work well with you and
the skills you inhibit.
The creative industry is
always looking for the
new and exciting –
essential to be exciting
and interesting to be
Dressing for the job around.
Working to create visual work, how you
dress and present yourself reflects on your
work and to some extent your knowledge of
fashion and the industry.
• Final cut
• SLR Camera
• Studio Lighting
• Sound Systems
A widespread knowledge of how to use these software and technologies, even if they do not play a part in
your work particularly, allows you to be an invaluable member of the team when something goes wrong.
Allows the project to continue smoothly and sets you apart from the rest.
Communication Motivation Quickly
Thinking outside your job
description to ensure excellence
Having a desire to apply your
skills to other areas which you
can learn from.
Constancy in work produced
Open mindedness to
cultures and etiquette
Notas do Editor
It is key to network and meet people that will work well with you and the skills you inhibit.
The creative industry is always looking for the new and exciting – essential to be exciting and interesting to be around.