Delight Tailoring Fashion & Design School Careers

Delight Tailoring Fashion & Design School Careers
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A fashion designer conceives garment combinations of line, proportion, color, and texture.
A technical designer works with the design team to ensure correct garment construction, appropriate fabric choices and a good fit.
A pattern maker (or pattern cutter) drafts the shapes and sizes of a garment's pieces.
A tailor makes custom designed garments made to the client's measure; especially suits (coat and trousers, jacket and skirt, et cetera).
A textile designer designs fabric weaves and prints for clothes and furnishings.
A stylist co-ordinates the clothes, jewelry, and accessories used in fashion photography and catwalk presentations. A stylist may also work with an individual client to design a coordinated wardrobe of garments.
A fashion buyer selects and buys the mix of clothing available in retail shops, department stores, and chain stores.
A seamstress sews ready-to-wear or mass-produced clothing by hand or with a sewing machine, either in a garment shop or as a sewing machine operator in a factory. She (or he) may not have the skills to make (design and cut) the garments, or to fit them on a model.
A teacher of fashion design teaches the art and craft of fashion design in art or fashion school.
A custom clothier makes custom-made garments to order, for a given customer.
A dressmaker specializes in custom-made women's clothes: day, cocktail, and evening dresses, business clothes and suits, sports clothes, and lingerie.
An illustrator draws and paints clothing designs for commercial use.
A fashion forecaster predicts what colours, styles and shapes will be popular ("on-trend") before the garments are on sale in stores.
A model wears and displays clothes at fashion shows and in photographs.
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