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Looking for a career in fashion where you can combine your eye for style with your sense for business? Fashion merchandising and fashion buying are two career path options that can help you do just that.
The primary responsibility of a fashion merchandiser is to create an experience for customers that is esthetically pleasing and encourages the customer to buy. A fashion buyer chooses the clothes and accessories that will be sold, based on what the store’s clientele is and the image it seeks to project. In large companies fashion merchandising and fashion buying are often separate positions, however responsibilities for both are sometimes incorporated into the merchandising position.
A successful career in this area of the fashion industry begins with training at a fashion school which helps open the door into this exciting and dynamic industry.
To begin your exciting career in fashion merchandising or fashion buying, contact any or all of these schools and get more information about their programs!READ MORE >>