which city is better for a successful fashion career? la or london? currently I live in london, and tbh I dont really like it the summers are not hot AT ALL... and im a big 'summer girl'.
anyways, please help, as much detail as possible, which city pays more? which city can help set a career? :)
Thank you.2 AnswersOther - Careers & Employment9 years ago
Im only 14, and OBSSESSED with fashion and everything to do with it. I aspire to be a fashion stylist , and dress celebrities when I grow up. Its my big dream:)
I also read alot of fashion magazines.. and so I dont know if I should start a fashion blog? Am I too young(14)???
Do you think this will help in the future when I start working hard for my fashion stylist career?
Im a very very determined girl, and Vvery serious about this fashion stylist thing..
please help! :)4 AnswersFashion & Accessories9 years ago
I only started watching them online, thats why im on season 2 only,
so what did you think guys? I wanna know! :) did you cry anytime while watching any of the episodes? did you hate any character? which couple did you love/hate?
TELL ME! ;)2 AnswersDrama9 years ago
I wanted to know ,
how many classes a day on average would you get? is it like a full day like secondary school? Or could you get for example a day where there are no classes?
Please answere asap. Thank you. ;)1 AnswerHigher Education (University +)9 years ago
Hi, so this is the question:
3 x 5
by the way the ____ line means division. So im confused, with whether to subtract or divide first.
in BODMAS division comes first, but that cant really work with this question!!
So please help. :) thanks in advance.4 AnswersHomework Help10 years ago
So basically I have to choose 2 gcse options (not 3 - in my school its only 2) along with the compulsory subjects that we HAVE to do (English, maths, science, I.c.t, R.e, 1 language)
I have already chosen my draft options and here's what I chose:
- RESERVE OPTION - graphics
And If you're wondering what I want to be when I grow up then it would have to be a fashion stylist MAINLY, or I kind of want to be a fashion designer but no..I dont think I'll get that far in life. so Im not sure. But Ive heard its hard getting into the fashion business, so maybe because You know Im smart, in like maths, english and the basic subjects, maybe I should choose something serious? Like i dont know, to work in the office, accountant, something like that? Although I dont think thats what I want to be doing when im older though
Anyways back on the main point:
So, I chose business because Im interested in how the business works? how to set up your own? and it just interests me, and maybe just maybe I could someday have my own business? I heard lots of money is made. :D and also I chose it because I wanted a serious subject not just textiles, which is more of a creative subject.
And I chose textiles because I REALLY want to learn how to sew, use a sewing machine, make clothes... To be a fashion designer you need to know all that. Also Im obsessed with fashion, and a gcse exam that is to 'make a top' would be heeeavenn. :D
But The problem is, I heard that If you want to get into a fashion university you need Art? Is that true/ Because I dont want to choose art, my parents dont really want to choose it, because I dont need to know how to paint, draw sculptures, life still stuff, its not needed, but Textiles at least has something to do withclothes? detail and buttons and stuff. Am I right?
So Im abit confused. I dont know whether I should choose art or not? can you get into a fashion university without art, just textiles (A-LEVELS)???? . I dont really want to choose it, Im still thinking.
So please If you've done business, textiles, graphics or art, can you please tell me more about them, and suggest which subjects I choose. IM SORRY ITS SOO LONG, BUT I NEED HELP.
thank you. ;)2 AnswersPrimary & Secondary Education10 years ago
so basically im 13 years old 5,4.
im slim, my waist and my whole upper body is slim & I love it.
my thighs are kind of big but I like it. lol
but then my calves are massive! they are like nearly bigger than my thighs (if thats possible) !! its not muscle though, its fat!
Help??? what could thin them down? sometimes I just look at them and feel like crying.1 AnswerDiet & Fitness10 years ago
I really want to be a fashion stylist later on in my life after college, or uni.
I love styling clothes, FASHION. i have a real passion for it.
So I was just wandering what do you think about a fashion stylist?
Is it a good career? How much do you earn?
Let me know further info, like how do I become one if you know.
Thanks .1 AnswerFashion & Accessories10 years ago
Hey, so Im in year 8, Im in top set for English. We have already chosen our gcse's options, and will be starting them next year (year 9). English is compulsory and I really want to get an A/A* in my gcse's, even though Im only in year 8, I work hard in making sure my levels are the best, and one of the assessments we are going to do this following week are about war poetry. This is a very important test, so I want to get the best possible level.
Here is what Im going to write. The question is how do different poets portray viewpoint through language, structure, tone?
(Im only going to write 1 of my paragraphs, not the whole essay)
In 'Dulce et decorum., 'Who's for the game', 'Does it matter?', and 'The Hero' each poet uses tone to express their viewpoint on war. Each poet has a different tone and mood to the poem creating a different atmosphere, and portraying viewpoint. Wilfred Owen in 'Dulce Et decorum est' had a very sad, tired mood throughout the poem, and his viewpoint on war was that its wrong, not right, tiring, hard and bad. An example of the mood in the poem portraying viewpoint is 'Bent double, like old beggars under sacks, Knock-Kneed, coughing like hags, we cursed through sludge.' Wilfred Owen used words like 'cursed' to describe movement, and in other words is saying 'Dont go to war, its tiring, and hard work.' On the other hand Jessie Pope, the poet of, 'Who's for the game?' had a totally
different mood/tone to the poem therefore she had a different viewpoint. She had a rather exciting, cheerful and fun tone to the poem, and was saying 'GO TO WAR!'. an example of a cheerful mood in the poem is 'who'll toe the line for the signal to 'go'?, who'll give his country a hand?' This tells us that she thinks the war is a game, and very victorious.In my opinion, she was wanting the reader to think' I will. I will go fights for out country and be a hero'. Therefore she wants people to go to war, and has a good viewpoint on it.
So there, that was one of my PEA paragraphs of my essay. Im extremely sorry it was so long!! Please tell me on average what level/grade it could approx. be. and what would you change to make it better. Thanks very much.1 AnswerOther - Education10 years ago