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With a course fees of Rs20000 I joined this institute for the Fashion Designing training course. They are training me well and provided me with all the study material. I am happy that I choose this institute to do my course.
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Designers create and produce garments, textiles and accessories. Some have formal training and some do not. Almost all designers begin as assistant designers for a few years and eventually become designers. In a large company, a designer may move up the ladder to be a design director, who manages the designers from each group. For example, at a company like Bebe, there may be a designer for each group (such as dresses, suits, knits and denim), but a design director will coordinate the efforts of all the designers so the brand presents a cohesive image. Most fashion experts would agree that design, one of fashion's most competitive and exciting fields, requires technical and art training, leadership, ingenuity, highly developed patternmaking skills and a keen understanding of the aesthetic as well as the practical and cost-effective. Design also calls for absolute dedication. Given the hardships, designers have to be crazy about what they do, and as Tim Gunn says “make it work.” How else would they be able to survive the grueling hours, low entry-level pay and lack of success guarantees? Manufacturing refers to the process of converting fabric, trims, and designs into a finished product, especially by means of a large-scale industrial operation. Many manufacturers are design houses that contract out the actual sewing of the garment. Production workers typically specialize in one or more aspects of the industry: sewing, cutting, bundling, fabric spreading, packing, finishing, or pattern making. While production is not a high-profile area of fashion, it is nevertheless essential. Employees must be more than efficient; they must also stay on schedule with the rest of the production crew. Production managers monitor the training, machinery and efficiency of each employee. They also coordinate fabric deliveries to and from factories, schedule shipments, arrange raw materials for construction, create work schedules and track deliveries and orders. The apparel trade has transformed in the past few decades as tens of thousands of manufacturing jobs have been outsourced to China and other low-wage countries. The trade peaked in the 1950s at around 275,000 jobs in New York and is now at a paltry 20,000 jobs. Despite the popularity of TV shows like Project Runway, the 2009 depression has taken its toll on the fashion industry as well. Stores are reported to have reduced orders by 20 percent for the fall, which has greatly affected small fashion businesses and designers.
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