Ultimate Guide to Being a Freelance Fashion Designer: Find Clients, Present Your Portfolio, and Negotiate Rates

Written by Heidi Sew
Category: · Arts & Photography

You know that making it as a freelance fashion designer is hard in this industry. As in really, really hard.

But what if I told you there were strategies to:

  • figuring out your pay rate and wages
  • finding (and reaching out to) new clients
  • and presenting your portfolio

…that were simple to follow?

That’s exactly what you’ll find in this step by step guide.

If you want to:

  • find and get hired for your next freelance job
  • discover what your salary could be
  • know what contracts should say (and when you need one to protect yourself)
  • and know what to include in your design portfolio

…this guide is for you.

It’s over 20k+ words and includes templates, swipe copy files, example portfolios, sample contracts.

What Heidi’s students are saying:

“I used some of your rate negotiating tips to negotiate a rate for a new project with a client yesterday actually and I’m very happy with where it ended up (and I think they are too)!” – Alison

“I went to FIT to study fashion design and I promise I have gotten so much more from your videos than I did in school.” – Helen

“I managed to knock out a massive presentation in way less time than I expected and my client (a major international company) had their socks knocked off. Thanks Heidi, I couldn’t have done it without you!!!” – Holly

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