Designers and marketers are obsessed with fashion, but it’s not the only fashion industry.
The most popular ones are in the health care field, technology, gaming and even advertising.
We wanted to know how fashion designers and marketers make their mark on the fashion world.
The answer is in this infographic, which has a top 10 list of the top 100 fashion advertising designs.
“We wanted to look at the way fashion designers communicate and communicate with the consumers in the world,” says Lisa Hahn, founder and managing director of marketing at The Fashion Institute of Design in New York City.
In a nutshell, fashion advertising can be as subtle as a subtle ad or as dramatic as a big design.
Hahn says fashion designers often work on different types of ads and they may work on a different project, which may be more subtle.
Some brands like Louis Vuitton use a subtle, low-key design.
“The key is to create something that is easy to understand and easy to get across,” she says.
There’s also the “wow factor” that can be added to the subtle design.
Designers are often trying to create an impression of style, Hahn explains.
“There are a lot of very subtle ways to say, ‘Look, this is the type of design that you would want to be in,'” she says, noting that it’s easier to make that impression than to say something like, “Look, I’m wearing this.”
It’s important to take time to appreciate a product and then use it.
“A lot of designers will tell you that they don’t like to go on social media and get feedback, so they can work on the next project,” Hahn notes.
Hohn says designers have to make sure that the feedback is not negative or offensive.
“It’s not a perfect fit, but we want to know if it is and if we can create something to make it work,” she explains.
Hanns also recommends that designers focus on creating something that makes you feel confident.
“You need to have that confidence in what you’re doing and how it fits into your overall vision,” she adds.
HANNS, Lisa HANDS, and HANNS, Lisa, a former fashion editor, are the co-founders and managing directors of The Fashion Initiative, which supports and develops the best design and marketing strategies for fashion industry leaders.
They founded the agency in 2008 to help designers, marketers, and designers with their creative endeavors.
Their top 100 list includes the best advertising design and creative marketing projects of all time.
“This is the kind of thing that you have to do as an industry leader,” Hannns says.
“If you don’t think you have the best creative direction in the industry, it doesn’t matter if you’re a fashion designer or a brand.
You have to have a direction.”
In this infographic from The Fashion Forum, designers and ad agencies rank the top-100 fashion advertising projects of the past decade, based on the quality of their work.
(The Fashion Institute is the non-profit organization that publishes the Top 100 Advertising Designers’ and Brand Partners’ list.)
They also provide insight into the creative processes of fashion designers, how they work and what they can learn from their peers.
The list of top 100 projects was based on submissions from clients and designers that submitted their designs for consideration.
We also asked the agency for the top 10 most effective ads.
In this case, the agency found that the best ads have a clear message.
“As a designer, it’s very important to have good messages to communicate the message of your design,” Hohn explains.
Designing messages are key to successful ads, she adds, because they create a strong foundation for the rest of the campaign.
“One of the best things about the fashion industry is that designers are so good at communicating and creating meaning.”