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    How To Turn Your "Passion For Fashion"
    Into A Profitable Home-Based Business

    At last! A resource that shows you dozens of ways
    to snag your share of the multi-billion dollar fashion industry-
    regardless of what you know or where you live!

        What's the fastest, easiest way to launch a career in fashion?

        If you said, "Sell everything you own and move to New York City," you'd be dead-bang

        By far, the fastest, easiest way to get started in fashion is to match your existing talents
        to all the opportunities that are already available, right in your hometown.

        That's right, your hometown.


        You don't think there are any opportunities where you live? Then you probably haven't
        been looking in the right places!

        Because whether you live in Paris, Texas, Paris, France, or just about any place else,
        there are tons of ways to make money in fashion--you just have to know where to look!

        I should know. I modeled for years in a town of less than 250,000 people, and as an
        image consultant, author, and web site owner, I currently earn a very comfortable fashion
        income operating from a small college town in Delaware. If I can do it, so can you.

        The key is in knowing your strengths and understanding your options.

        For once you accurately assess what you're good at, you can zero in on those opportunities
        that are most likely to produce results, and stop thinking that the only way to break into
        fashion is as a designer, model, or photographer. While those opportunities do exist, there
        are lots of other ways to break into the industry as well. If you take a step back to get
        the whole picture, you'll be amazed at what you'll find.

        So whether you're looking for a little extra income, a full-fledged career, or international
        celebrity, the fastest path to success is to use what's already available to you to gain
        experience and build your reputation. Once you've honed your skills, you can compete
        effectively in the larger markets--if that's your ultimate goal.