Faces and Places in Fashion: Paul Charron

School of Art and Design


Faces and Places in Fashion: Paul Charron
Contributor Names
Charron, Paul
Papazian, Alice
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Part presentation, part Q&A, FIT's "Faces & Places in Fashion" lecture series is an opportunity to connect students and the public alike to the pulse of the fashion industry in an open and conversational setting.
Paul Charron speaks about his career in fashion merchandising and his reasons for leaving Liz Claiborne after twelve years as its CEO. He describes how the fashion industry is changing and how difficult it is be be creative when profit is the driver for most decisions. He also addresses a number of questions from the audience concerning preparing for a fashion career.
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Charron, Paul
Liz Claiborne Inc.
Clothing trade
Fashion merchandising
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Fashion Institute of Technology. (2007, April 9). Faces and Places in Fashion: Paul Charron [Video]. Archive on Demand. https://archiveondemand.fitnyc.edu/item/24212
Fashion Institute of Technology. "Faces and Places in Fashion: Paul Charron." Archive on Demand, 9 Apr. 2007, https://archiveondemand.fitnyc.edu/item/24212
Fashion Institute of Technology, "Faces and Places in Fashion: Paul Charron," Archive on Demand, April 9, 2007, video, https://archiveondemand.fitnyc.edu/item/24212