Fashion event seeks emerging designers
on Wednesday,September 08,2010 22:09
Individuals who are passionate about clothing design may benefit from attending fashion shows and similar industry events. These opportunities often give up-and-coming designers the chance to network with models and other professionals in the field.
This month, Los Angeles will be celebrating the spirit of the city with LA Fashion Night Out. The event will feature models and designers throughout more than 40 runway shows. Top professionals in the industry are expected to attend, including celebrities, stylists and fashion writers.
In addition to the runway show, attendees will have the opportunity to shop for couture, contemporary clothing, jewelry and accessories.
LA Fashion Night Out was designed to help promote both emerging and established Los Angeles-based fashion designers and boutiques. The event was organized as an outlet for brands that are not affiliated with major organizations.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, fashion designers held approximately 22,700 jobs during the 2008-2009 winter/spring season.
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