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What Exactly Does a Fashion Designer Do?

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All clothing is designed by Fashion Designer. From Sportswear to maternity clothing, from outerwear to underwear to formalwear and eyeglasses, and footwear are examples of this. Belts, scarves, hats, wallets, and hosiery are all designed by accessory designers.

Fashion designers are found at all levels of the fashion industry, from well-known couturiers to unknown fashion designers working for ready-to-wear houses to fashion stylists who may just make minor alterations to current designs.


New technologies such as body scanning for a better fit and seamless knitting technologies that can make apparel with the push of a button are now being used by fashion designers. New technology, resources, and tools will change the dimension of fashion industry in the future, much as the sewing machine did in the past. Fashion designers will be able to create new product lines that include sun protection and other unique features thanks to high-tech materials. New consumer wants and preferences may have less to do with fashion and more to do with function.

From creative concept to full production, the design process can take months. The first stage in producing a design is to research current fashion trends and make forecasts for future trends. Some fashion designers conduct their own research, while others rely on trend reports produced by trade associations in the fashion industry. Trend reports tell you what styles, colors, and materials will be popular in the near future for a specific season. Textile manufacturers utilize trend information to create fabrics and patterns, while fashion designers start sketching designs. Designers then go to fabric producers or trade events to collect fabric samples and decide which textiles to employ with which patterns.

Steps of bringing fashion to the public

  • The designer’s vision, which has been swirling in his or her mind’s eye, gets translated into a visual expression during this phase. The designer works on the first draft of the concept while creating the first basic prototype.
  • In the fashion sector, computer-aided design (CAD) is becoming increasingly popular. Although most designers begin by sketching designs by hand, an increasing percentage of them transfer these sketches to the computer. CAD allows designers to view garment designs on virtual models in a variety of colors and shapes, saving time by requiring fewer revisions afterward.
  • The fashion designer’s next step is to construct a more specific working pattern based on the rough sketch or model. This is constructed by stitching a rough model of the design out of inexpensive cloth (such as muslin). The designer can see how the cloth will drape or hang on a human shape when it is placed on a mannequin-like dress stand.
  • In addition to designing the garments, designers working in small design firms or those new to the industry frequently handle the majority of the technical pattern-making and sewing responsibilities. The designer will either change, scrap, or approve the design for inclusion in a collection after it is finished.
  • A fashion designer normally has complete control over a fashion show, including selecting models, choosing the price of each outfit, and arranging how the garments are displayed. Most designers employ employees to assist them with the numerous tiny details, but the designer retains complete control.

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