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I think your undergraduate degree means very little once you actually graduate. So if money is an issue, I would stick with the film degree and take as many classes as you can that relate to fashion and design.
I took a costume design class taught by a practicing costume designer (theater/stage). The costume designer works very closely with the director, so I’d imagine there would be opportunity to work very creatively with the director as a costume designer.
I think film would give you a broader breadth of education than strictly fashion. I studied architecture and learned how to see the world in a very exciting way. Film is about seeing, so wouldn’t you learn to see more as a film major?
I don’t know. I guess I’m just sharing my philosophy. I’m not the best person to give out job advice because I’m still not sure how I’m going to pay rent in two months.posted almost 8 years ago