Style Wise: A Practical Guide to Becoming a Fashion Stylist is a comprehensive manual on establishing a successful career as a stylist. The book paints a realistic picture of the day-to-day activities of professional stylists and provides aspiring stylists with the tools and information needed to begin building a resume and portfolio. Topics covered include fashion styling for print and video, character styling for film and television, food styling, prop styling, and set styling. More handbook than traditional textbook, Style Wise is an essential reference for anyone interested or involved in professional styling.
Beautiful photographs, sidebars, and boxed elements
Interviews with professional stylists that provide a behind-the-scenes glimpse of their work
The Fashion Styling Profession
Introduction to Fashion Styling
Styling for Print
Styling for the Entertainment Industry
Other Areas of Styling
Getting Established as a Fashion Stylist
Fashion Styling Essentials
Portfolio Building, Branding, and Networking
Planning a Test Shoot
Executing a Test Shoot
Business 101 for Freelance Stylists
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, MA, is an Adjunct Instructor at the International Academy of Design and Technology, Tampa, where she has taught the evolution of fashion, textiles for fashion, fashion sketching I & II, introduction to fashion journalism, styling fashion, textiles for interior design, design fundamentals, visual merchandising, and introduction to fashion courses. She has worked as visual merchandiser for Saks Fifth Avenue and accessory designer for a handbag company.