You love fashion and what could be more glamour than becoming a fashion stylist? But do you actually know what a professional fashion stylist does?
This is a practical guide to the processes you have to follow to work as a stylist in the fashion industry. This book provides a genuine insight into the role of a fashion stylist and will help you decide whether you have what it takes.
About the Author
Jo Dingemanns has worked in the fashion industry since the 1960's. Starting as a model and then as manageress of the famous Biba Boutique, she went on to become Fashion Editor of 19 magazine, and then worked as a freelance stylist in both editorial and commercial areas. She was principal lecturer in Fashion Journalism and Styling at the London College of Fashion, where she developed the styling curriculum for all levels of Further and Higher Education. She is currently a freelance journalist, stylist and lecturer.
'Excellent handbook for tutors and students. I would recommend this book to all courses related to the fashion/media industries.' - Elizabeth McLafferty, London College of Fashion 'Accessible price and excellent value...easy, practical, resourceful, honest and immensely enjoyable and extremely comprehensive and full of helpful advice. This book has helped me help my students.' - Jane Sarkar, Croydon College
Introduction What is Styling Editorial Styling Newspaper Styling Make-overs Catalogue Styling Show Production Commercial Styling Testing Technical Tips Introductory Programme to Basic Styling Techniques Projects for Styling Programme Glossary of Terms Source Directory Bibliography
Series: Palgrave Master Series
For Ages: 15 - 18 years old
For Grades: 10 - 12
Number Of Pages: 190
Published: 9th August 1999
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.33
Edition Number: 1