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KKB101 Creative Practitioner Analysis (Fashion Designer)

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This is the last assessment in KKB101, the creative practitioner analysis. It focuses on the career of a fashion design and the disciple on fashion communication.

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It will outline what the career consists of and what fashion designers are expected to do and achieve. It will also focus on the trends, opportunities and challenges that practitioners in this career face and around the discipline of fashion communication. This case study will also outline my skills and capabilities and will show a conclusion based on research done to see if the career is the correct choice, and steps for moving forward in it. Career Description: The career of focus is fashion designer. This job can be separated into different titles by different are...
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