A woman has a hard time believing it is possible to dress up and make a career out of interior design at the same time.
The woman, who goes by the name of Sarah, is one of the designers behind the Salon Interior Design University (SICU) initiative, which is offering students a glimpse into interior design.
Sarah’s aim is to equip young women with the tools necessary to create stunning, stylish, and elegant designs that will be a great fit for their personal style.
This is a big deal, since many young designers and entrepreneurs fail to realize how important interior design is to their lives.
“I think there is an epidemic of young women not having the confidence to take a career path because they’re not confident enough to be able to say ‘I’m an interior designer,'” Sarah told Mashable.
Sarah, who works in the fashion and luxury industries, started out as a student of fashion design but now has her sights set on a career in interior design when she graduates in 2018.
Sarah is not the first designer to take up the challenge of creating elegant and sophisticated interior designs for women, but the Salon Interiors Design University initiative is the first such program that is specifically targeting the needs of female designers.
The initiative aims to equip graduates with the skills needed to work in a professional setting as well as the tools to produce elegant and stylish designs that suit the needs and personalities of women.
The project is called Salon Interior Designer University, and it will be open to women graduating in 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021.
The program, which has a goal of opening up the space for more women to pursue their design dreams, is currently looking for designers to help them prepare for their entrance into a professional environment.
The SICU is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of interior designers, and the program aims to provide students with the required skills and knowledge to enter a professional career.
The goal of the program is to provide graduates with professional development and support that will help them make a positive impact on the lives of women, according to Sarah.
“You will be able make more of an impact on your career than a traditional graduate, because you’ll be able take advantage of the best professional development opportunities,” she said.
“It’s a great opportunity for you to be a professional at the intersection of fashion, design, and design-related industries.
You’ll also get to meet a lot of interesting people in the industry.”
Sarah says the program will provide the students with a wide variety of professional experiences.
She said students will have the opportunity to work with some of the industry’s top names such as Giorgio Armani, Hedi Slimane, and Alexander Wang, among others.
The students will also have the chance to work on projects with the likes of Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel House, Prada, and Zara.
Sarah says students will be given the chance not only to work professionally in the interior industry, but also to take part in events like Fashion Week and the International Style Week.
“We’ll be working on a variety of projects, from fashion collaborations, to fashion collaborations with brands, and fashion collaborations,” she explained.
“All of that will go a long way in creating an exciting and fulfilling professional journey.”
As a graduate, Sarah will have a better understanding of what is expected of her in a formal setting.
She believes that, like the rest of the country, there are many professionals in the home and office, but they are not always afforded the same opportunities that she is.
“There’s a huge lack of opportunities in the design industry for people of color, for women of color,” she noted.
Sarah believes that the SICVU initiative will help her to create a career.
“My career is going to be one of a professional, professional designer,” she stated.
“When you think about how important it is for you and the people around you to have the confidence in your own style and look, you need to know that your future will be based on that.”
The salon interior designers who will be participating in the SICSU initiative are: Sarah M, from New York, United States