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Stylist is a job title for people who work with the selection of clothes, makeup, for persons who appear in public. The stylist has often a coordinated role in a group of other people working with a person's appearance, such as makeup artists, hair stylists and various representatives for fashion and jewelry company.
Some schools now offer courses in becoming a wardrobe stylist, but there are no specific educational requirements for the position. Most stylists acquire professional skills and knowledge by assisting other, established stylists, in a system similar to apprenticeship.
Assistants' responsibilities can vary greatly depending on the stylist and the assignment. Some are hired only to perform physical labor, such as setting up for a client fitting or returning samples to a press showroom; others may help the stylist with selecting wardrobe options, preparing clients for public events, or any other task needed to complete an assignment.
According to one report in Seventeen Magazine, there were no specific education majors helpful for becoming a fashion stylist, but that degrees in fashion design, merchandising, communications, marketing, art history and photography could be helpful, but overall it was helpful to read fashion magazines regularly to develop a "great eye for fashion".