ORGANIZING A FASHION SHOW – PITTSBURGH FASHION WEEK 2011
Organizing A Fashion Show
- A fashion show is an event put on by a fashion designer to showcase his or her upcoming line of clothing during Fashion Week. Fashion shows debut every season, particularly the Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter seasons. This is where the latest fashion trends are made.
- The Fashion Show is a British television programme which debuted on ITV2 on 11 September 2008. The programme was originally title The Fashion Project.
- (17 Fashion Shows) Catwalk bookings give the right to make use of a model’s service on the catwalk for the specified show and the right to allow photographers to be present to take photographs and videos of the show on the basis that all such material (or reproductions etc.
- Arrange into a structured whole; order
- (organize) form: create (as an entity); “social groups form everywhere”; “They formed a company”
- (organize) mastermind: plan and direct (a complex undertaking); “he masterminded the robbery”
- (organize) cause to be structured or ordered or operating according to some principle or idea
- Coordinate the activities of (a person or group of people) efficiently
- Form (a number of people) into a labor union, political group, etc
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Getting organized is a skill that anyone can learn, and there’s no better teacher than America’s organizing queen, Julie Morgenstern, as hundreds of thousands of readers have learned. Drawing on her years of experience as a professional organizer, Morgenstern outlines a simple organizing plan that starts with understanding your individual goals, natural habits, and psychological needs, so that you can work with your priorities and personality rather than against them. The basic steps-Analyze, Strategize, Attack-can be applied to any space or situation.
In this thoroughly revised edition, Morgenstern has incorporated new information in response to feedback from her clients and audiences. These changes include
– new chapters on living or working with someone who is disorganized
– new chapters on organizing photographs, handbags, briefcases, and travel bags
– an expanded program for organizing your kitchen
– a new guide to getting started
– a fully updated resource guide
It’s about time! Julie Morgenstern has written an organizing book that covers a new way of looking at the task of organizing effectively without labeling or blaming the person behind the lack of organization. Rather, she says, people who don’t organize just never learned how to organize, through no fault of their own–after all, it’s not a skill that’s taught in school. That said, she gets down to work helping you figure out an organizing system that will really work for you, not a system based on cookie-cutter filing concepts or special storage units.
Morgenstern’s “from the inside out” system begins by laying out the possible reasons for a failure of organization: technical errors (like having a complex organizing system that breaks down), external realities (like not enough space for your belongings), and psychological obstacles (like fear of failure–or success). Then, her Analyze and Strategize steps help create a plan of action based on your needs and goals, and the brief chapter called “Attack: Getting the Job Done” offers basic ideas for making space. The largest section of the book, “Applying What You’ve Learned,” addresses the specifics of organizing workspaces, home offices, living spaces, and storage areas. Each section has a “How Long Will It Take?” box that gives a realistic time estimate, and Morgenstern’s “Julie’s No-Brainer Toss List” for each area gives the permission and encouragement that most of us have been waiting for to get rid of things we’ll never use again. The section at the end, “Tackling Time and Technology,” is worth its weight in DayTimers and PalmPilots. Whatever your organizing issues are, you’re not a hopeless case, and you don’t need special equipment–just a little understanding of the problem and a willingness to plan before diving in.
Rangoli Fashion Show pages 3-4
organizing a fashion show
Organizing Plain & Simple is like a course from an expert teacher, grounded in the fundamentals and enriched with philosophy, tips, anecdotes, illustrations – everything necessary to make home and life run more smoothly. Donna Smallin takes a personalized, nonjudgemental approach to explaining how to assess each individual’s situation and suggesting where to start organizing – room by room – and then covers how to stay organized. Then she offers advice on organizing time and finances, as well as organizing for the seasons and for special events – the birth of a baby, combining households, a move, kids going off to college, successful downsizing. Smallin presents a broad range of innovative solutions in the running feature “One Challenge, Three Solutions” that includes tips for solving classic organizational issues from a wide range of professional organizers.