Lane Bryant announces third annual fashion week
on Wednesday,June 15,2011 02:06
Retail store Lane Bryant will be hosting its third annual full figure fashion week in New York City from June 16th to 18th. The event, which includes a cocktail party, a conference and a fashion show, focuses on the styles and creations for plus-size women across the country.
"We are excited to be a part of Full Figured Fashion Week again this year. It's an important and exciting opportunity to highlight the nation's top curvy designers and retailers, and celebrate fashion's ability to empower us," said Jay Dunn, Vice President of Marketing for Lane Bryant.
Dunn adds that the show also displays the newest trends and creations, and also promotes how to maintain a healthy body image, no matter what size a woman is.
Individuals who are interested in fashion design as their career may want to know how much they will earn. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual salary for professionals in this field in 2008 was around $61,000. However, the top ten percent earned more than $125,000.
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