Esquire Magazine's Fashion Department is seeking 4-5 interns for our Spring Internship. Start date is in early-mid January for a duration of a minimum of 3 months. Responsibilities include:
-Tracking incoming and outgoing clothing samples
-Maintenance of PR Database
-Overall organization of large fashion closet
-Assisting on photo shoots
-Misc. errands and research assignments
Candidates should be extremely hard working, motivation, and have a strong interest in men's fashion. Must earn college credit.
We're looking to fill an internship ASAP with someone who is even more web savvy than they are fashion savvy. If you are interested in media and fashion, this may be the position for you.
The majority of the internship would be spent helping us with tech support and using social networking sites to promote WWD.com and broaden our base online. This may include updating the WWD YouTube page with recent editorial videos, regularly posting links to WWD articles on Facebook/Twitter and researching new ideas to drive web traffic to our site. Ideally, you would be comfortable keeping our facebook page active. Must show proof of social media writing skills. Please send us a link to any blogs or Twitter accounts that you are currently active on.
You may also be asked to help with a number of other things including ad operations, search engine marketing and customer service.
Through this internship, you will gain a thorough understanding of online publishing and gain valuable social networking skills.
Internship stipend is $12 per day.
-Currently enrolled as a student and *can provide letter of college credit from your school*
-Can work at our office in New York Monday-Thursday 5 hours per day (between office hours of 9-5)
-Can intern during the Spring semester (Jan-May/June)
-Some experience working in Photoshop and Excel
-Has experience with and interested in social networking on websites (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, etc). Please send us a link to any blogs or Twitter accounts that you are currently active on.
*Marilyn Agency New York* is currently looking for interns for the upcoming fall 2012 Show Season!!!
This February, Marilyn Agency is looking for hardworking individuals who strive to gain a knowledge of the fashion/ modeling industry behind the scenes. Ideal candidates should:
1. Have a general interest in the Fashion Industry
2. Have thorough knowledge of the NEW YORK SUBWAY & BUS SYSTEM!
3. Be able to efficiently multitask both inside and outside the office.
4. Be able to handle schedule changes at the moment and think on the go.
5. If you speak Spanish or Portuguese its a huge plus!!
6. Having a smart phone is a huge plus as well!
7. Be very flexible with your availability. (Fashion is a full time job)
There will be a daily stipend for all accepted interns.
Mavericks, a new independant magazine which will be published quartely and available in print,
is looking for some street style photographers to capture the quirky styles of models and fashion editors this season for a special piece in our upcoming issue.
If interested please contact me by PM or via email: info at mavericksmagazine.com
KCD, Inc. is currently looking for casting interns for the editorial and advertising season. Candidates should be motivated, punctual, self-starters familiar with Photoshop + InDesign. Knowledge and interest in models and the fashion industry is a plus!
Internship is full-time, and starts immediately.
Please send a private message for more information.
Work with Australian clothing label to develop illustrative imagery of continuous line.
4 - 6 weeks, part time
We're based in Melbourne, Australia however we're happy to work with an intern remotely based anywhere in the world.
What You'll Get
A real insight into the fashion industry and how a label that isn't a major house operates. At the end of the internship you'll have an excellent case study to show, including original brief and body of work. We will also provide you with a letter of recommendation and act as a reference for you on an ongoing basis.
Who is Bento?
Bento is an emerging clothing label, specialising in luxury wardrobe essentials. We are based in Melbourne, Australia. We have appeared in places like:
The Lifestyle Department
Talented TFSers! Looking for Brand New Art We Heart!
(I wasn't sure where to put this thread, here, art and design? So please feel free to move it oh great moderators)
Are you a new Designer? Stylist? Artist? Illustrator? Photographer? We would like to see your talent! I am looking for work to potentially feature on Ballad Of Magazines Brand New Art We Heart Section.
Ballad Of is a London based magazine sold online and (among other places) the Tate Modern and Harrods.
The magazine exclusively publishes Brand New Art We Heart <3 An example of the talent that is out there but getting overlooked because itís being produced by people who donít have tear sheets and donít have contacts, we want to bridge the gap between starting your craft and getting paid for doing what you love.
Now we have the daily exhibition space aka the Brand New Art We Heart <3 page which speaks for itself. Itís the best way to get as much work seen by as many people as possible, and the magazine has become the elite of the online.
I know there is so many telented people on this forum so show us your stuff!
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will pass it on to Lindsey & Claire who run the magazine. If you have a business card or anything you would like included in our goody bags that are distributed at the magazine launch parties please get in touch!
"Honey, husbands come and go but the chanel slingback is forever!" Karen Walker
The Beauty Department at Vanity Fair is looking for a dedicated, enthusiastic intern for the fall 2012 semester. Candidates ought to have an interest in the editorial as well as the beauty industries.
Projects may include, but are not limited to:
- Assisting the beauty department in maintaining and organizing the beauty closet, which includes maintaining a log of all incoming products with release dates and other relevant information
- Research for future story ideas
- Building posts for the beauty blog, including using photoshop
- Writing and editing posts for the beauty blog
- Keeping track of beauty products used in the magazine and website
- Basic administrative duties
As well, all Condť Nast interns will have the opportunity to attend a Speaker Series throughout the semester, which will highlight the various divisions of the publishing/media business.
Candidates should have prior editorial experience, preferably at a magazine or newspaper, though it is not required. Vanity Fair is looking for interns who can start in late August or early September, working 2-5 days/week, through December. Candidates should also have some knowledge in photoshop, blogging, word, excel and other basic computer functions.
Candidates MUST be enrolled students at a US college/university and able to receive credit for this internship. No exceptions. Please confirm with your school before you apply. Juniors and seniors preferred, but freshmen and sophomores who demonstrate exceptional drive and maturity will be considered.
Condť Nast is offering a highly competitive and educational internship for Vogue Fashion Features. Candidates should have a keen interest in the multi-media industry and should be at least a college sophomore who will be able to receive credit for participating in this program.
Specifically, an ideal Vogue Fashion Features intern candidate has an interest in in-depth research and is a proficient typer, who is able to handle transcribing interviews with accuracy. They should be available for 2-3 days a week starting Tuesday, September 4 until Friday, December 28.
All Condť Nast interns will have the opportunity to attend a Speaker Series throughout the semester, which will highlight the various divisions of the publishing/media business.
Program Dates: Tuesday, Sept. 4th (Start) Ė Friday, Dec. 28th (End)
T Magazine Men's Fashion & Features Intern - Fall 2012
T Magazine is looking for one exceptional intern to assist in the menís fashion and features department during the fall term, beginning the last week of August and ending in December.
The intern will report directly to the menís fashion editors, responding to a wide range of tasks and expectations, including sample trafficking, on-set styling/sittings assistance, market and photo research, and writing. This is a very hands-on, creatively involved internship that demands candidates who are self-sufficient, organized and resourceful.
Previous experience in fashion is not required, but being well-versed in arts, literature and culture is a plus. Resumes and cover letters, detailed with availability, should be sent to email@example.com.
ELLE Magazine is looking for interns for the coming fall semester to work in the fashion closet. Interns are needed to help the Fashion Assistant in the fashion closet with tasks such as trafficking samples, packing and unpacking for photo shoots, creating storyboards and other administrative responsibilities. Candidates must be highly motivated and comfortable working in such a fast paced environment. Interns must be aware and prepared that this internship requires long work days and a lot of overtime, so serious candidates must be 100% dedicated to the position.
Candidates must also be available for a minimum of three full days per week and be current college students. This is an unpaid internship so college credit is mandatory!
All interested candidates please send resume and cover letters to Caitlin at firstname.lastname@example.org
ELLE.com is looking for a web editorial intern to start in late August and work through early December. We cover womenís fashion, beauty and entertainment. This position is split between fashion/beauty, editorial and web responsibilities, providing interns with diverse experiences (you wonít be bored!).
Daily tasks include:
-Receiving bylines for writing articles, blogs, quizzes and slideshows
-Helping with market research (finding products for fashion and beauty stories)
-Helping with street fashion stories
-Doing research for blog posts
-Pitching story ideas
-Helping cover Fashion Week and red carpet events
-Attending industry events
-Photo research (runways and celeb)
-Managing contacts, press materials and closet supplies
-Misc. administrative tasks
-Assisting with social media
Weíre looking for organized fashion enthusiasts looking to delve into the world of web editorial. You MUST be able to earn college credit for this internship. And you must love ELLE!
Interested candidates should email (with the subject line "Fall Intern") a short cover letter and resume to Lauren Levinson at email@example.com.
Editorial work experience for Sloane Street in London
Sloane Street in London will launch on the web in August 2012 and is offering editorial work experience for an aspirational intern. This is a unique opportunity for an ambitious person to gain commercial hands-on practical experience with Knightsbridgeís most coveted street for shopping.
Spanning two weeks in a part-time capacity this position will expose the successful applicant to the art of producing copy for a digital audience across the entire world. From fact checking and writing short copy for social media channels to editing and optimising for search engines there will be scope to develop in all areas of journalism on the web.
Whether the successful applicant hold a BA in English, is a fashion blogger or a scholar of Fashion Journalism they have:
ē Ambitions to develop their talent and apply it in the digital world.
ē A special relationship with luxury goods and have great enthusiasm for womenswear.
ē An artistic appreciation of fashion journalism and possess an imaginative vocabulary.
ē Impeccable spelling and a 6th sense for grammar and punctuation.
To Apply: Send your resume, sample of your best piece or pieces and two 80 word description of any luxury brands to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is unpaid work experience, however lunch is covered.
Styling and/or Photo Assistants and/or Fashion Journalists Needed for Web Magazine / NYC
So, you're wanting to break into fashion styling or photography, but you don't have any great contacts and your portfolio looks like a 14 year old's MySpace page. You want to learn styling and media production and fashion industry basics and build a portfolio you can use to get paying work...
We've got no budget, are understaffed, and are a startup with limited name recognition outside the business. However, we've got access to over a hundred NY designers and dozens of showrooms, a team of really skilled photographers who do shoots several times a week both for our magazine and for commercial clients, and whatever we shoot that looks right gets published.
We need people to do garment pickups and returns, help out on shoots, and do research for articles. It would be great if you can commit to spending at least one day a week working with us on a regular basis, and two would be fantastic.
Working with a big magazine you'll be doing similar stuff, just less hands on and more drama. We've very anti-drama. modaCYCLE is about fashion as art, not gossip or celebrities. If you want a name on your resume, go with the giants. If you want to learn and contribute and get credits on shoots, this is the gig.
Working with us you'll build your book and learn a ton, and if you do good work our photographers will hire you to help out with their paid gigs.
You must be available on weekdays, you must have a reliable cell phone, and you need to be willing to start at the bottom and pay your dues.
Winter editorials and features are in production right now. New York Fashion Week is coming up fast as well.