Why Not Become A Fashion Stylist

The Fashion industry is witnessing a surge in the job market, and there has been a recordable growth in the past decade. More and more people are joining fashion industry or starting their fashion venture and making huge profits. Yes, it’s true, and the reason behind this is very simple – We all want to look beautiful, stylish and different every day. And that’s why few of girls and boys want to pursue a career in fashion to become someone followed by others. Fashion industry being a sought after sector and seeing demand from across classes of people is the ideal career option today. With your sense of interest and right study you can become a ‘Fashion Stylist’.
After completing school, girls and boys can opt for a career in fashion designing by choosing various courses offered by colleges. There are courses available at both undergraduate and post-graduate level in fashion streams to make you a professional. After choosing the right degree or diploma course, you can easily find a job in some big fashion house or textile/garment industry. Or you can open your own Boutique or fashion house and become businesswomen. The boutique option is quite popular and successful today.
We have seen women are designing dresses in their boutiques making their local customer happy &even exporting clothes overseas making good turnovers. We have government jobs also available in the Ministry of textiles for the fashion graduates, so all in all fashion stylist job is a win-win situation for personal and professional growth.
One of the top fashion colleges is NIFT (National Institute of Fashion Technology) offering a number of degree programmes at UG and PG level. For instance, following are the courses offered at NIFT:
• B.Des.(Fashion Design)
• B.Des.(Leather Design)
• B.Des.(Accessory Design)
• B.Des.(Textile Design)
• B.Des.(Knitwear Design)
• B.Des.(Fashion Communication)
• B.FTech.(Apparel Production)
• M.Des.(Master of Design)
• M.F.M.(Master of Fashion Management)
• M.FTech.(Master of Fashion Technology)
Similarly, another premier fashion institute is Pearl Academy offering the following courses
• Fashion Design
• Fashion Styling & Image Design
• Fashion Media & Communication
• Fashion & Lifestyle Business Management
• Global Luxury Brand Management

Above mentioned courses are very comprehensive, practical and job-oriented, they are at par with the fashion courses available at international colleges. Students have to go through the rigorous admission procedure which includes entrance examination, group discussion and interview to get selected for these courses. The colleges give ample exposure opportunities to the students by theoretical knowledge along with practical tests & internship programmes in the fashion industry.

Students completing degree course from these colleges have 100 per cent placement and are seen as successful fashion stylists. Apart from these 2 top institutes, there are many other private fashion institutes and colleges offering 1-3 year diploma/certificate programmes or degree courses in the field of fashion. In short, there are many opportunities to learn the basics and details about fashion to become a professional fashion stylist.




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