Underfashion Club students at the 2009 Holiday Party talk about their experiences with the club and how they have benefited from being involved.
Check out FashionNet here. They have a nice hints and tips page here on jobs in the fashion industry.
This holiday season, if you can spare any gently-used clothes that you don’t wear, please consider donating to Dress for Success. Cheers!
Click here for some good fashion industry job search resources.
Click here to watch our video report about the Paris Show from Francesca Spinetta, Chief Editor Intima Magazine, Hope Schwartz, Entrepreneurial Textile Executive, and Rosyln Harte — with other members of The Underfashion Club.
Do you want to be a fashion buyer? Read this fun, helpful article from The Independent’s Career Planning section.
This interview is with Lindsey Friedman, 27, a product development manager at John Lewis department store in London, where she is in charge of buying men’s branded casualwear.
This article is directed at Silicon Valley geek jobs, but the advice here works just as well in the fashion geek world. Make up your own stereotypes! Do your homework! Definitely bring a copy of that interview with the company celeb!
An interview isn’t an improvisation — it’s a rehearsed performance. And it’s no mystery what the most common interview questions are, so prepare your answers. Even if you end up fielding a question you didn’t anticipate, surely a version of one the 50 answers you did prepare will work with the surprise question.
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