First steps to a glittering fashion career

First steps to a glittering fashion career

If your son* or daughter* has dreamt of a career in fashion, then read on! Venus has joined forces with industry leaders and experts to launch the Venus Fashion Goddess Programme.


Budding fashion writers and presenters will be offered the chance to compose their own style column for Company, Cosmopolitan, Reveal or Sugarscape.com, or try out their script writing and presenting skills for reelkandi.tv at London Fashion Week 2014.

Find out more about the programme and how to enter now to avoid missing out.

Of course journalism is just one part of the industry. Another way of helping your son* or daughter* is to get them working where their fashion talents truly lie.

DESIGNERS
Could they end up as the face of the next new designer label? They’ll need design talent and sticking power.

BUYERS
Any fashion store is only as good as its buyers. Could your son* or daughter* grasp what customers want, season after season?

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TEXTILES TECHNOLOGISTS
Do they know their warp from their weft?

MARKETING GURUS
From TV ads to spectacular PR events, fashion is at the cutting edge of modern marketing.

The role needs bucket loads of energy and imagination. And we haven’t even mentioned modelling or talent agencies, photographers, stylists and art directors. There are loads of opportunities. But one thing is for sure. Nothing beats real experience in the workplace. And that’s where the Venus Fashion Goddess Programme could really make a difference.

*Promotion is only open to those over 18 year olds.

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such a shame its for over 18's only, my daughter loves fashion and anything that goes with it. She's only 15 so lets hope she can do this in 3 years time. She has decided to study fashion and design after school, so fingers crossed!!

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