Fashion Internships

A fashion internship is a great way to get your foot in the door, and learn about the industry in a real-world setting. It's a great way to start networking (it's never too early!) so make sure to get names and contact info to use as references. Even if you are just getting coffee, keep your eyes and ears open, have a positive attitude, and always offer to go the extra mile - remember your goal is to make a good impression. It's a small world and the fashion industry is very well-connected; so when it's time to look for a job, even if the company or department you interned for doesn't have an opening, your name just might come up for another position or company!

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Macy’s

Reebok

Chico’s

PVH

Nygard

Kenneth Cole Productions

Armani Exchange

The Jones Group Inc

Marc Jacobs

Ralph Lauren

Liz Claiborne

Donna Karan

Bill Blass

French Connection

Dolce and Gabanna, IT

Guess?

Kellwood

JonDen Linda Leal

Flap Doodles

Lord and Taylor

Executive Training Programs

Bloomingdale’s

JCPenney

Macy’s

Neiman Marcus

Saks Fifth Avenue

TJ Maxx

Target

 Magazines

Interview

Hearst Magazines (Seventeen, Marie Claire, Elle, Redbook)

Cosmopolitan

Setting the Course

Decide Where You Want to Go and Develop an Action Plan to Get There How to Become a Fashion Designer ( Part 7 ) So you want to be a fashion designer, right? You might be applying to different fashion schools, already in school, about to graduate, or maybe you already have your first job […]
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