Fashion Futures Job Roles
The Jobs Role Hub is the centralised home to an A-Z Directory of the careers to be found in the fashion and associated industries. It is an open access knowledge-sharing platform designed to help guide and unpack the myriad of roles across the industry function that makes up working in the fashion, beauty and creative eco-system.
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To improve your chances of securing the best pathway for you find out more about the job roles and discover what it takes to begin your journey towards a position.
An art director is the person in charge of how a brand, agency, magazine or other publication communicates its visual identity.
Fashion branding covers everything from your logo and fonts to brand colours, store layouts, campaign imagery and more.
Working as an editor is a fast-paced, dynamic role where you’ll be ensuring that content is commissioned, written, and published on time.
As a fashion event producer, you could be involved in putting on a fashion show or fashion week event, product launches, award ceremonies, and much more.
Fabric and Garment Technology
Picky about the materials you like to wear and the cut of your clothes? Maybe a career in fabric and garment technology is for you.
Fashion Communications and Marketing
Fashion communication is the process of understanding how different media types can be used to communicate with a desired audience.
A fashion designer is one of those careers for which you do not require a degree to become successful.
Got a passion for videography? Maybe working in fashion film is for you. Being a fashion filmmaker exposes you to a wide variety of exciting opportunities.
Behind the glossy pages of your favourite fashion magazine is a huge team of people who make it all happen.
A fashion photographer’s role isn’t just to take beautiful photos — there’s a lot more to the job than meets the eye.
The role of a sewing machinist is to use machinery to create a part of whole garment.
Working in fashion public relations (PR) is a popular career path for many aspiring fashion professionals.
A pattern cutter is someone who takes a design from a 2D image or drawing and transforms it into a garment.
A fashion stylist is someone who puts together outfits for fashion shoots, catwalk shows, celebrities, influencers, retail displays, and more.
Unlike a fashion designer who creates whole garments, a textile designer is only focused on creating the fabrics and materials used to make clothing.
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