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How To Get Fashion Design Sponsorships

Take a look at TV and youíll see just how competitive fashion design can be, though when you see the prices of couture designs, youíll see why many people want to get involved in the fashion design business.  Try to go at it by yourself can be extremely daunting, so it helps if you can get a couple of sponsors to help you out.  Here are three tips to help you out as you attempt to make it big behind the scenes.

Take chances

Those TV programs are extremely competitive, but those who make it one can national exposure, the opportunity to get critiqued on their designs, and the chance to win cash prizes as well as get a contract with a  major design company.  While it might seem very difficult to get on TV, youíve got to take chances if you want to make it big and landing a contract with a major design company is that best sponsorship deal you can get. 

Become an intern

Internships arenít just for college kids anymore.  An internship is a great way to earn valuable work experience, network, and learn from those who have been in the business for a while.  If youíre lucky enough to find someone willing to take you under their wing, you could also have a job waiting for you when you finish your internship.  The best part of it is that you would already know the work culture and the people youíll be working with.  

Go to boutiques

While chain stores have been popping up all over the place, small boutiques often offer services that the large chains just canít compare to.  Boutiques are more willing to help their customers and as such, they may be willing to allow you to work there and create some designs for their clients.  If you can find a sponsor to do that for you, then youíll be on your way to opening your own fashion design business.

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