California art school hosts fashion design experts to educate students
on Friday,April 29,2011 19:04
Individuals who are interested in fashion design may want to participate in the second half of the Fashion Speaker Series, which has been presenting various professionals in this field throughout this month. The Art Institute of California in Los Angeles is hosting an April is Fashion Design Month series of events where fashion design experts discuss topics referencing the field.
The first speaker is Patrick Robinson, who is the vice president of global design at Gap, and he discusses how international trends can affect a fashion designer. Amy Glenn, Dragon Murja and Shpetim Zero, who each have made a name for themselves in the LA-area, shares how their experiences in bringing their designs out of LA to the global market. One of the most famous celebrity stylists, Brad Goreski, will be another speaker at the event, and he will talk about his take on working in the industry.
Prospective fashion designers should expect keen competition when entering the field after graduation because the job availability is limited but still possible, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
- Online and Bachelor's programs include B.S. in Advertising, B.S. in Web Design, B.A. in Interior Design, and more
- Curriculum focus on preparing students for a creative career by teaching them the fundamentals of advertising and design
- Students can choose from courses that cover areas such as advertising concepts, art direction, experience design, and online marketing
- Over 50 locations nationwide, with a student support team dedicated to helping students grow
- Flexible Scheduling
- Financial Aid
- Transferable Credits
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