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i want to be a fashion designer How can i try

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Well i am no expert but if you are in highschool, try signing up for fashion type courses that way you can see if it is your true passion. From there, look for clubs/class courses outside of school. Maybe ask your schools club administrator. This will be very helpful when looking for a job. Another way to practice the art of fashion design is to start on your own mini profile. Keep all the designs you've made so later on they might come in handy in work. Hope this helps (sorry if you aren't in highschool) :D
Well you should post your drawings on like sites and maybe you can also take courses of art....if ur in high school or college
Check out SCAD, they have a strong fashion program for undergrads and grads in Atlanta and Savannah. If you want to be a designer go to a design college!!

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