When it comes to working in fashion, there are a few tried and tested career paths that have withstood the test of time, from stylists to editors. However, as we enter a tech-fuelled future, those classic fashion roles will soon make way to a whole new field of career opportunities.

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The Business of Fashion have just declared the six fashion careers that will become commonplace in the future, and they're so different to what we're used to. Noting the significant changes that have occurred within the industry over the last ten years, BoF claim that with new emerging trends and customer needs, the field is now a whole lot wider.

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On the data spectrum, there will soon be more consumer psychologists working in the fashion industry to help create individual style. These consultants apply psychological theory to why and how people wear clothes, and how labels can create an item that satisfies a buyer's emotions and relationships. Similarly, data scientists will also be coming on board in the next decade in order to understand how consumers buy and to determine what will satisfy their sartorial needs. Bonus: the data scientist was dubbed the sexiest job of the 21st century by Harvard Business Review, if you needed any convincing.