Fashion designers design clothing and fashion ranges.
Fashion design assistants support designers to create new materials, styles, colours and patterns for fashion brands and labels.
Pattern cutters create pattern templates based on drawings from a fashion designer.
Fashion models advertise clothes and accessories by modelling at events like catwalk shows, and appearing in photographs for magazines, newspapers and digital media.
Photographic stylists use clothes, props and accessories to dress sets and create the right ‘look’ and mood for a photo shoot.
Dressmakers create made-to-measure clothing like dresses, trousers and blouses for their customers.
Costume designers are responsible for the overall look of the clothes and costumes in theatre, film or television productions.
Textiles production managers look after all stages of textile manufacturing.
Hat designers use creative skills to design and make hats.
Footwear designers create new designs and sample patterns for men's, women's and children's footwear.
Knitters produce garments, soft furnishings and accessories by hand and on knitting machines.
Nail technicians repair, paint and decorate clients’ nails.
Retail merchandisers make sure that goods are in the right stores, or online, at the right time and the right price.
Tailors design and make one-off suits, jackets and coats for individual customers. They also alter and repair clothes.
Textile dyeing technicians create dyes to colour fibres and fabrics.
Leather craftworkers make clothes, shoes and accessories from leather, using traditional methods.
Beauty therapists carry out face and body treatments to help clients look and feel better.
Pattern graders take original clothing designs and adapt the measurements to produce a range of different garment sizes.
Leather technologists prepare, treat and finish leather to make it ready for manufacturing.
Retail buyers choose products for shops to sell.