Upcoming Fashion Trend Forecaster

Scholarship Entrant: Vanessa from Plainfield, Illinois
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Vanessa: 2

Everybody has a dream, but not everyone follows his or hers. My dream is to become a global trend forecaster and work in the fashion industry. A trend forecaster is responsible for discovering new and innovative styles to predict future trends by analyzing fashion history and having knowledge on the economy. Travelling will allow me to gain more education of the world by experiencing the world in both developed and underdeveloped. For me, Fashion is not only a passion of mine; it is a lifestyle, and it would be extraordinary to have the fashion world in the palms of my hands; a Trend Forecaster is the backbone of fashion. Trend Forecaster give advise on the upcoming trends to designers, retailers, and design houses, in which, they produce the goods for consumers. In order for me to follow my dreams as an upcoming trend forecaster, networking by gaining an education at Syracuse University, eventually, London College of Fashion will increase my knowledge of the field and the fashion industry. It would mean the world to me, if I could follow my dreams by completing my education and becoming an independent global woman with a degree in fashion.

Vote for Vanessa: 2

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