The 3rd lesson was packed with useful facts!
What should you have packed in your stylist bag when to go to work? Among other things, we went through about 70,000 different types of tape!
We also got a lot fabric samples which we are to learn. If a person asks for a jacket in tweed fabric, you must know exactly what tweed is for! Here I have a small advantage that has read Textile, form and design before. Do not have to study as much in that area then;)
In addition, there are many concepts, industry words and fashion terms that we must learn in order not to experience embarrassment when we talk to customers.
We also went through different routines - How to get a stylist job, how to borrow clothes from press office and the differences between working for ex. newspapers and TV.
If I'm going to do a fashion report for a magazine, I can 't take clothes hanging in the store today. They must be available for purchase when the magazine hits stores! At the press office, you can borrow "newer" garments, etc. before, for example, a photo shoot.