Thursday, September 30, 2010

TIPS ON BREAKING INTO THE FASHION INDUSTRY-JEREMY SCOTT.

jeremy scott with the beautiful,kelly osbourne.

Jeremy Scott is an American fashion designer born in Kansas City Missouri. He attended the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York for fashion design. Scott started his runway career in Paris and has since shown collections in Paris, New York, Los Angeles, London, Moscow, Korea.
Jeremy Scott is known for his outrageous and lovely designs.


Twitter has gotta be a world of its own,while celebrities,fashion designers,fashion icons,bloggers and people come and share details and also interact with each other.
Last time,i posted tips on how to break into the fashion industry as tweeted by Celebrity Stylist,Marian Kihogo (@marian_kihogo) Earlier today,Fashion Designer,Jeremy Scott tweeted tips on how he made it into the Fashion Industry.
Filled with Nostalgia and Presently in Paris,where it all started,he tweeted how he arrived Paris with 6 boxes,homeless and had only $100 in his pocket,with nothing in his heart but to be a Fashion Designer. All he owes his success to is WORKING HARD,STAYING TRUE TO YOUR VISION,DREAM and watch it happening bit by bit.
it was like everyone was tuned and reading his tweets.. Fans asked how he survived in paris with nowhere to go,He said.. he would sneak into hotels looking for food that was placed outside the doors to be picked up and also slept in houses of people who were generous enough to take him into their houses.
he also said the first show he had.. he sewed everyhing himself,made the shoes by hand and dressed the models himself.
He said all you need is Determination and Confidence.
here are some of his tweets;









Fans kept on asking him Questions.. it was like a mini Jeremy Scott forum/interview and when i expressed my love for him,he replied me back.
i was so happy,because he is one of my fave designers.
i wrote;

and he replied;


follow him at (@ITSJEREMYSCOTT)

30 comments:

Malu said...

Thanks for the comment dear! This post is really usefull, thanks for sharing!:D

xx

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My Own Strange Little World said...

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Onyinye FaFi Obi said...

@malu and @myownstrangelittleworld thanks for following. :)

Closet Fashionista said...

Wow, that really shows how much he wanted to be a designer, amazing!
and yay for him replying to you! :D
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Fashion Wh0re said...

This is awesome your blog is nice...I just followed him on twitter thanks for posting and thanks for the comment :)


-The Fashion Wh0re

Fashion Nicotine said...

That's really cool!

♥ StylisHedForeVer said...

thanks for visiting my blog hun.
He's such a cool dude, i like him!

CC said...

That is so cool that he replied to you! :)
Fab post. Xx

Chic Therapy said...

thanks for stopping by!!will be back here for some more fashion gist ;-)

Jonathon Pedrozo said...

WOW so interesting story, the BIG 1million question for jeremy scott would be: HOW did u manage to get to a Fashion Show if you were homeless?

I mean, he was homeless, he didnt know anybody, it would be interesting to know HOW did he get the chance to enter to one of this shows and show what he designs.

xx,
JON
http://jonathonfashionvictim.blogspot.com

dreamy princess said...

Hi! thanks for stopping by((:
your header is so sweet, girl!

Oh, Jeremy is so kind(: (and a total hard worker!)

Cheers,
Dreamy Princess
~I wonder what it's like to live in Paris~

A Lot Like Fashion said...

Thats a lovely Jeremy Scott write up, there :)
Great blog!
XX

Follow my blog at http://fortheloveoffashionandotherthings.blogspot.com

Onyinye FaFi Obi said...

@Jonathon apparently.. One of his fan asked that question.. And he replied that he was housed by generous people,who put up wid him for days and even weeks.!
U can go to his timeline for more tips.. They were so numerous,I couldn't post everything. :)

Thanks Y'all for commenting.. Would also be showing your blog love too.!

*kisses*

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Ali said...

Awe! He's so inspiring. :) It's amazing that he started out like that-- proof that if you got it, you'll go far. <3

Castor Pollux said...

jeremy scott is really nice!
so lucky he got to reply you :)
love this post!
Castor Pollux

Jessica Mura said...

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Mila said...

He is so cool,love him!

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Onyinye FaFi Obi said...

thank you for your comments.
jeremy scott is amazing.!
would give your blogs love too.
stay chic.
xoxo,
fashion phoenix.

style-haus said...

that's so cool you got a tweet back! he's an amazing designer and his words of wisdom are so encouraging...there may be bumps along your journey but passion and dedication really do make dreams come true

http://style-haus.blogspot.com/

Terence Sambo said...

love love love dis post...very valuable words from a great guy.

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