Most people associate fashion designers with the kind of high fashion seen only on the runway. But fashion designers range from the handful of haute couture designers who create exclusive designs for high fashion salons (where most of us can't afford to shop) to those who work in the garment industry creating clothing for the mass market that will be worn by millions of Americans. The fact is that every piece of clothing we wear – steel-toed work boots, flannel bathrobe, plain white boxer shorts, or sparkly evening gown – has to be designed by someone. That someone, famous or not, is a fashion designer.
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