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This blog is a must-read to learn cost-effective fashion tips for all fashion and textile design students.
The lure of glamorous and trendy fashion has gripped the world, but seldom do people give a thought to the waste and damage it produces. In a time of instant buying and consuming, it becomes all the more integral that we bring the element of sustainability into fashion design.
Visual content has an undeniable allure which explains why so many of us use the Instagram app. If you are a fan of fashion and textiles then looking at the creations of top designers can be both fun and inspiring. In a fast-paced and highly competitive industry like fashion, making use of social media can also help you to create brand visibility.
Many of us are aware of the dangers of fast fashion brought about by a great deal of high street retailers, and now we have an alternative, more sensible approach to our apparel addiction. This is the complete opposite of fast fashion; the sustainable movement aims to ensure that all stages of the fashion cycle are ethical – from designing to selling.
Ever wondered why fast fashion is so cheap and what impact it has on people in developing nations, especially children, as well as on the environment? What solutions can we create and adopt when consuming and designing fashion? If this is an area that fascinates you and you’re keen to provide a solution, read on and learn how you can take action.
If you have a keen eye for high-quality fashion, you should consider a bachelor’s degree in fashion design. Read on to find out some useful tips on how to become a fashion designer and the opportunities awaiting you when you become one.
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