Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) January 19, 2007
FashionSchoolReview.com, an interactive fashion education site, makes 2007 New York City fashion predictions in its recent article "New York: Fashion Forward in 2007" (http://www.fashionschoolreview.com/news/2006/12/fashion-forward-in-2007.html). Among the trends reviewed: open sleeve blouses, flat boots, textured knit sweaters and accessories. FashionSchoolReview.com is a resource for fashion design students interested in the fashion industry.
Accessories anticipating a fashion comeback include oversized costume jewelry and muted coral lip color. Self-tanners also received a review, "No longer a fake tangerine-orange, 2007's tans will be subtle, light, and perfectly dabbed to accentuate features," writes columnist Amelia Gray.
The article explores trends set by New York Fashion Week 2007, which took place in September 2006. Fashion Week is an annual showcase of clothing and accessory designers, and it often foretells the fashion design trends for the coming year. Because of New York City's importance to the fashion marketing industry, the article offers key information for prospective and current fashion design students who need to keep up with fashion happenings.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), two-thirds of salaried fashion designers are employed in either New York or California. The BLS also reports that employers typically seek designers with 2- or 4-year degrees and who are knowledgeable about textiles, fabrics, ornamentation and fashion trends. Students interested in fashion marketing and design can use FashionSchoolReview.com to find the information they need to research and meet their design and educational goals.
FashionSchoolReview.com (http://www.fashionschoolreview.com) is an interactive and informative fashion school Web site that helps users interested in fashion school find the right fit. Users can search for fashion schools around the world, get the latest fashion trends and access articles about the industry. FashionSchoolReview.com is the ideal source for anyone interested in fashion school.