The Fashion Portfolio is the business card of any creative and the Portfolio Review is the opportunity to show your work and creativity. Over the years Vogue Talents has organized numerous occasions for students of universities and academies e designer under 40 of clothing and accessories, illustrators, creatives from all over the world.
Starting with the official launch of “Vogue Italia Yoox Challenge – The Future of Responsible Fashion“ during Milan Fashion Week, there is now a new section involved in the Portfolio Review: sustainable fashion projects for which their work can be viewed with a view to participating in the scouting dedicated to sustainable fashion and innovation “Vogue Italia Yoox Challenge – The Future of Responsible Fashion“.
In times of coronavirus, the scouting of talents does not stop: we are organizing two sessions of digital Portfolio Review, to also allow Sara Sozzani Maino to meet from home, Deputy Editor of Vogue Italia is Head of Vogue Talents and the editors of Vogue Talents.
Two events: 25 and 27 March.
To participate in the selection, you must send your portfolio or lookbook to: email@example.com
The selected ones will be contacted and invited to a streaming digital meeting.
How to prepare the Fashion Portfolio, what does it take to get known by headhunters and HR on occasions like Portfolio Reviews? It is indeed a presentation document indispensable to present yourself at any job interview, to participate in competitions and to enter the most important fashion schools. In a nutshell: to study fashion and to work in fashion, the portfolio is the starting point.
The portfolio collects all the best creative works: academic projects or projects created for competitions, ideas created for your own brand or for other brands and for collaborations that have taken place in the past. Not only that: it can also be a visual diary of inspirations, a collection of moodboards.
Here are our tips for what to include in a fashion portfolio