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On this page you’ll find a catalogue of real fashion resume examples written in response to real fashion job ads.
Scroll through the list to get detailed information on how a professional would advise you to complete each job application.
On that point, you may also need to weigh the pros and cons of writing a resume yourself or using professional services.
In the following Fashion Model Resume example, we’ll apply to a job description for a fit model at Buckle.With examples and detailed walkthrough.
There are several types of modelling. Most people outside fashion see
this job as just about standing there and looking pretty. Or being the face of
the campaign. Read more...
When creating your Fashion Marketing Resume, your first hurdle may have nothing to do with the resume itself but lie with finding a suitable job.
This is because marketing jobs come in a whole range, hidden behind related
job titles such as…
Looking to create a Fashion PR Resume? Then you’re in the right place.
PR or Public relations roles are a lot like marketing, except, instead of promoting a product, you maintain a positive public opinion of the company.
In the following resume sample, we’ll respond to a job
description for a Public Relations Assistant at Glit PR Agency. Read more...
Looking to create a Fashion Account Manager Resume? Then you’re in the right place.
In this article, I’m going to show you how to write a fashion resume in response to a real Account Manager job posting.
In this High End Fashion Retail resume example we respond to a merchandising & sales job from Burberry.
Retail roles are usually the easiest to land where they value experience over education.
Some interesting demvelopments for stylist roles.
In my research I found though many jobs say STYLIST, they are actually RETAIL roles.
So, are they still worth going after? Read more…
If you’re writing a resume as a
fashion design student, this’ll probably be the first time
you write a resume.
Whether you studied fashion design or fashion marketing, you’d be looking to gain as much experience as you could within the larger field of fashion.
People often feel the resume of a fashion designer should reflect the creativity attached to the role.
And that is all true.
in the name of creativity, many applicants often overlook content. Read More...
An Entry Level Fashion Merchandising Resume,
especially when you have no relevant experience, we'll look a little different
from most resume examples you might see online.
Your most pressing issue may be a lack of work experience. But that should not stop you from applying to jobs you’re interested in.
If you feel like you need more info on how to complete your resume, use my Fashion Resume How-To Guide.
For a drama-free job application process.
With my compliments,
Your Fashion Career Coach