Tuesday, August 11, 2009


Internship Experience is REALLY important. Trust us on this. With a little bit of research, you can find rewarding internships, whether you are pursuing a degree in Fashion Design or Fashion & Retail Management.

We found information on the D Magazine website for Fashion Interns and Marketing Interns.

Here are the descriptions:

Fashion Intern
The fashion stylists for D Magazine Partners are seeking smart, personable, hard-working, organized interns to assist with fashion research, correspond with press contacts, pick up/return items for photo shoots, and help at photo shoots. Interns must be open to staying late on photo shoot days, driving around town researching products, and helping to pack cars and carry all necessities into photo shoots, including clothes and equipment. Knowledge of the fashion industry is helpful but not required.

Marketing Intern
The Marketing department is looking for interns interested in event planning, promotions, and media marketing. An ideal applicant will be hard working, detail-oriented, and eager to learn. As a marketing intern, you will observe, plan, and execute internal/external events, assist the marketing team with data entry, research, and mailings, attend planning meetings, and other tasks as needed.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the post about fashion internships! This was very helpful. My wife is looking into a fashion internship right now. I will show her this post!