Fashion is one of the biggest global industries, with a global market value projected to grow to about $2.25 trillion by 2025. This shows that the demand for apparel and accessories is on the rise across the world, specifically in the vibrant city of Dublin. If you are planning a career in the fashion industry and seek rewarding and professional experience, then internships in Fashion in Dublin are the perfect next step.
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Responsibilities at Fashion Internships in Dublin may include:
- managing sewing line processes
- pattern creation
- evaluating material consumption and creating cutting markers
- setting up merchandise lines
- researching season trends
- purchasing textiles, materials, and accessories
Internships in Fashion in Dublin
Here are a few examples of roles that our Fashion Interns have taken on before
Fashion assistants work with fashion designers to provide operational and administrative support. Typical tasks for fashion assistants include creating sketches and patterns and assessing customer needs. A successful fashion assistant is creative, fashionably on-trend, and has a desire to implement the designer’s creative vision.
A fashion marketer is essentially a marketer who works in the fashion industry. A fashion marketer defines a fashion brand’s marketing strategy, determines how to reach the right consumers using different marketing channels, and creates and manages marketing campaigns to sell the products. They also stay on top of and adjust their marketing efforts to align with fashion trends.
Fashion Marketing Coordinator
Working in fashion marketing can be a great career choice for those who love a fast-paced environment. Fashion marketing coordinators are involved with all aspects of promotion, from developing brand strategies to creating promotional campaigns and creative materials. Fashion marketing coordinators are also equipped to handle budgets and work as liaisons between departments and suppliers.
A fashion merchandiser’s role is to manage the products (garments and accessories) in retail stores. According to previously set goals and budgets, they are responsible for controlling how many products end up in stores, and at what price. Other tasks of fashion merchandisers include predicting trends, creating visual store layouts, and planning for the apparel to be displayed in the store.
Fashion Pattern Cutter
A pattern cutter in fashion is responsible for creating pattern templates from a fashion designer’s drawings. These pattern templates need to reflect the designer’s vision while adjusting to a range of technical specifications required to make a functional piece of clothing.
The Fashion Industry
The fashion industry is a creative and vibrant industry that will suit anyone who has a love for clothing and textiles, as well as an eye for design. Internships in Fashion in Dublin will help you gain a detailed insight into the industry and how trends are being shaped.
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Learn More About our Fashion Internships in Dublin
Dublin is renowned for being a creative and stylish city, which is why its fashion sector is so substantial, including some very exciting designers and brands. All of our interns are placed with top-tier organizations across Dublin, giving you a competitive advantage in your future career path. Learn more about our internship program in Dublin here.
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