You can usually take higher education courses if you’re 18 or older. They’re regularly taught in universities, colleges and professional institutions such as art schools or agricultural colleges - nearly all of which have their own websites. You can get a wide range of skills, for example, diplomas, bachelor degrees, foundation degrees and post-graduate degrees.
Personal shopping involves making purchases and arranging for orders on others’ behalf. This type of service is especially popular within clothing stores, although other retailers may also offer personal shopper services. Topics covered in an educational program can include everything from sales to fashion.
Request Information Part time Course Studies in Personal Shopping 2017
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A Personal Shopper is a figure that was fashioned in the USA in the nineties and established some years later in the main Italian cities, especially in Milan. [+]
Fashion Personal shopper
Classes will be taught both Italian and English
A Personal Shopper is a figure that was fashioned in the USA in the nineties and established some years later in the main Italian cities, especially in Milan.
The mission of the Personal Shopper is to optimize client’s time by guiding them to invest time and money in the best way to buy suitable clothing and accessories and to be aware of the latest trends.
- Professional clothing - Accessories: how to define their value and importance - Meeting the client: how to develop a strong and deep relationship - Personal shopper’s “friends”: dealers, hotel concierges, restaurant managers - Key word for a personal shopper: being always updated - Visiting a professor: a personal shopper working in Milan - Choosing clothing and accessories according to client’s budget and personality - Outdoor visit among the fashion streets of Milan - Clothing psychology - Fashion brands: prêt-à-porter, haute couture, concept store, malls, outlets, and markets - Fashion and “musts” in the fashion system - Beauty and the small and great events to follow and suggest... [-]