Fabric and Fashion Specialist

If you have a passion for fashion, you may consider a career working as a fabric and fashion specialist. This field has a number of career opportunities for the right person. Continue reading to see if it's a good fit for you.

Inside Fabric and Fashion

Fashion specialists can specialize in patterns, sewing, purchasing or clothing and accessory design. Whether you're interested in completing only certain courses or earning a degree in fabric and fashion, Study.com has the resources you need to begin pursuing your academic and career goals.

Education Information

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), most fashion designers need an associate's or a bachelor's degree (www.bls.gov). Fashion merchandisers and fashion buyers may consider pursuing a bachelor's or a master's degree.

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