Happy Anniversary! Celebrating 10 Years of Vogue Online


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by Fran Walker
Fashion School Review Columnist

November 1, 2005


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If you're not an aficionado of Vogue Online you should be. Covering all the top designers and fashion shows, you can flick between this season and spring 2006 fashion in seconds. Whether you're interested in working in design, merchandising or a career in a fashion magazine, having this inspiration online can be a great help with your degree and your career. If you haven't done so already, you can find your fashion school online too.

What a Difference Ten Years Makes in Online Fashion, Fashion Schools and Degrees

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When Vogue Online started in November 2005, fashion shows were still a closely-guarded secret. Ten years of the Internet has completely changed the way we look for degrees, careers and this season's must-have. Now fashion magazines such as Vogue Online are guests of honor at fashion shows, ensuring that fashion fans get their fixes as quickly as possible.

Likewise, you can find fashion schools in any state at the click of a mouse. You can even study fashion via an online degree.

Want A Career in An Online Fashion Magazine After Your Fashion School Degree?

The world of fashion offers careers in design, marketing, photography, journalism - and now technology. Fashion magazine sites have given the fashion world another dimension, requiring a whole different talent from other media.

If you think you have what it takes to succeed in online fashion, you will need to start thinking about your degree now. Vogue Online and online fashion school degree sites are the ideal place to start. Who knows where fashion and the Internet will be in another ten years?

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About the Author
Fran Walker is a freelance writer, editor and researcher specializing in educational, health, safety and domestic issues. Previously, she spent five years in marketing in the self-help, health and health and safety sectors before leaving to start a family

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