The world of fashion and retail are two of the most competitive sectors in the global market. These industries require analysts to predict how the industry would perform in the years to come. One of the most competitive analysts in the industry today is Victoria Doramus, who spent years to perfect her skills in creating a market trend. She is an experienced analyst who managed to develop her unique strategies and techniques on how a business in the fashion and retail sector could get through the fast-paced changes in the industry. Victoria Doramus is also adept in highlighting the trends that could affect the global market, leaving an enormous impact on the industry. She has been writing her ideas about the worldwide trend changes, and experts have agreed on her views.
Before her career as a trend analyst, Victoria Doramus initially worked as a freelance writer and research assistant. She helped a lot of authors by contributing written articles and stories for books. Some of the books that she helped write focuses on fashion and retail and these books have sold thousands of copies all over the world. These books, entitled “What’s Next: The Expert’s Guide,” published in 2008 by Harper Collins, “Menu Dating: Taste-Test Your Way to the Main Course,” published in 2009 by St. Martin’s Griffin, “The Modern Girl’s Guide to Sticky Situations,” published in 2011 by Harper Collins, and “A Century of Fashion,” published in 2012 by Bloomsbury, have made her a popular choice for writing these types of books. She also lends her talent and skill to two individuals who have asked for her services in 2010. She became a trend consultant and an art director for the two private individuals, who ended up liking her services.
Today, philanthropist Victoria Doramus appears on TV as a correspondent, and she has also contributed a lot to the world of fashion. The University of Colorado, Boulder alumnus, stated that she would keep on working on her skills, and she will be more than happy to share it with the rest of the world. She also stated that her job as a trend analyst would also open up new opportunities for her that she has been looking forward to.