By Andrew Burnes Polygon | September 11, 2018 12:23:21As the days go by, it seems that many companies have lost a good designer.

    It seems like every major brand has lost one of its best designers, a designer who is considered to be one of the most talented and innovative designers in the industry.

    Many of these high-end brands have hired people who have left the company for other reasons.

    But the reality is that many designers are just as important and have the same kind of impact as those who work for them.

    We asked the designers of the biggest brands in the world what they would say about their colleagues who have gone, and what they wish the world knew about them.

    1.

    “It’s like a ghost, but not in the way you might imagine.

    Everyone has a story.”

    The story of the designer who quit the fashion business is often a sad one.

    You might think that people would get over it in time, but it doesn’t.

    I can tell you from experience that, in the long run, I’m not surprised by the end of a relationship.

    It’s very difficult for people to change careers.

    And that’s especially true for a brand.

    When you’re a brand and you have so many loyal employees, the end result is that there’s just so much pressure to keep things going and stay in the game.

    So many of the top designers leave because of this pressure.

    I’ve heard people say, “If only I could go back in time and do something different.”

    But that’s a false choice.

    It would be very easy to do that and go back to the old job.

    You can be a designer, a copywriter, a creative consultant, a graphic designer, but you can’t just be a creative.

    You need to be a leader.

    The world doesn’t want that, and there’s no way to change that.

    2.

    “They are always there to make me feel special.”

    When you look at the talent in the fashion world, they are very good at making people feel special.

    The designers at the top of the food chain are always making people think that they are special.

    But, in reality, the majority of the designers that are working for the biggest companies are also doing this work, and so it’s easy to feel special when you’re working for a top-tier company.

    They don’t want you to feel insecure.

    And I’ve seen this on more than one occasion.

    It happens to me all the time.

    I had a friend who was a very talented designer who left the Fashion Institute of Technology, and she was always very professional and very professional.

    When she came back to work at Dior, the first thing she did was tell her boss, “I’m not leaving Dior any more.”

    But she was also very proud of what she did.

    She wanted to be remembered as a talented designer and an accomplished person.

    And she was right.

    And the people around her wanted her to stay.

    But she had a lot of respect for Dior.

    She was a great person, but she left because she was afraid of the pressure.

    She didn’t want to give her boss the impression that she was not respected, but also because she didn’t feel comfortable working for him.

    3.

    “The designer is the person behind the scenes, so why should I feel insecure about my appearance?”

    Many people ask me this question, and I think that’s probably a big part of why they are so upset.

    They’re not the ones who are working on the designs.

    They are not making the designs and creating the merchandise, but they are often the one who is taking care of everything and giving advice on how to dress, how to make sure your products are appealing, how not to look like a dick.

    So I’m going to give you a real life example.

    I work for an online fashion brand called Topshop.

    When I started out in the company, I had to learn how to work with my customers, but as I grew up, I realized that I didn’t need to.

    I could just do my own thing and not worry about anything else.

    My work with them was really personal, and the clothes I wore to the office were very personal.

    I’m a designer.

    I create clothing, and they create design.

    They were the ones responsible for putting together my outfits, and my style.

    But when they got tired of me, they left, and it was the designer’s decision.

    It was the right one.

    The designer did not ask me to leave.

    I knew the designer had been there, and he had seen my work before.

    I just didn’t know how I could be so supportive of him.

    4.

    “I wish people knew about the people who made my dreams come true.”

    In the last few years, the world has seen a lot more designers who have made their dreams come to life.

    It started with the designers who made

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