Victoria Doramus: A Fashion and Retail Correspondent

Victoria Doramus is an experienced market trend analyst who developed a solid understanding of the trend of the global market, especially with the fashion and retail industry. She managed to develop a skill that would allow her to identify the trends that would have an impact on the global market. She has been pointing out her ideas through writing and reporting, and experts have welcomed most of her work.

Victoria Doramus has a six-year experience working as a freelance writer. She also worked as a research assistant, extending out her help to several authors who would write some of the best books dealing with fashion and retail, including “A Century of Fashion” by Bloomsbury, published in 2012; “The Modern Girl’s Guide to Sticky Situations” by Harper Collins, published in 2011; “Menu Dating: Taste-Test Your Way to the Main Course” by St. Martin’s Griffin, published in 2009; and “What’s Next: The Expert’s Guide” by Harper Collins, published in 2008. She also collaborated with two individuals in 2010 to become an art director and a trend consultant. To know more about her resume, visit https://www.visualcv.com/.

Apart from being a freelance writer and a research assistant, she also became a trend correspondent for a year, serving mass media companies like the Cosmopolitan, The Huffington Post, and USA Today. Her extensive experiences in the world of fashion and retail have helped her to outshine her competitors in the market. She is also particular about her experiences in working, and whenever she looks back, it makes her proud of her achievements. Victoria Doramus is a proud alumnus of the University Of Colorado, Boulder, where she took her BA in Journalism from 2002 to 2006. She is also an alumnus of the Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London, where she took up Contemporary Design with a concentration in the field of Fashion History from 2012 to 2013.

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