Job interview Questions for Fashion Design position

Usual Questions to expect during interview for Fasion Design Jobs

  •  Which of your latest designs are you most proud of? What exactly makes you proud of it? 
  • Which requirements do you think are necessary to make a collection successful? 
  • How important is it to go with the trends and what are the current and the upcoming trends? What do you do to inform yourself about them? 
  • How do you deal with tight instructions on what to design? Does it affect your creativity? 
  • Do you prefer working on the computer or drawing your ideas without the help of any software? 
  • Remember a situation, in which you had to work under tight deadlines. How do you deal with such a stressful situation? 
  • How would you describe your personal style of designing? In what way do you think it would be beneficial for our company? 
  • What do you do in situations in which you are lacking ideas or your designs just don't really satisfy you yet? 
  • How do you plan or structure your work, before and while you are starting to design something for the project? 
  • How effectively do you work in a group of designers? What would be necessary to reach a good outcome in case there are contrary ideas among the team members?

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