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    Any NYC video technicians on here fluent in Resolume Arena or VDMX5?
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    I really hope this takes off!

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    Default INTERN needed for Paris Fashion Week

    Looking for an immediate position for a PAID intern that needs hands on experience in our Paris showroom for mens fashion week for a Reputable New York Designer.

    Ideal candidates for the internship must have the following to qualify:
    -MUST be proficient with computers...Microsoft Word, Excel etc
    -Strong work ethic
    -Able to work January 16th-22nd, 9am-7pm
    -Detail oriented
    -Quick learner and eager to learn
    -MUST be able to speak French and English
    -Excellent written and oral communication skills
    -Some exposure to fashion industry and or fashion student would be great! Please be presentable
    -MUST HAVE YOUR OWN transportation and living arrangement!

    We will need you to assist in showroom duties such as:
    -Greet clients, preparing samples, steaming, merchandising
    -Light errands
    -Organizing/cleaning showroom
    -Date entry if needed


    Location: Paris - La Marais (January 16th-22nd 2014)
    Compensation: Paid
    This is an internship


    Email resume in a Microsoft word or PDF format.

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    Not sure if this is the right thread for this, but..

    Where should I look for a summer internship in Fashion Advertising in New York? Google reveals some results, obviously, but for example, do brands like Rick Owens or Yohji Yamamoto use advertising agencies, or do they do in-house stuff? Or not at all? A lot of agencies list interesting brands certainly, but I'm not sure where to look to apply for an agency that handles brands like those previously mentioned.

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    Rick and Yohji don't advertise.
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    That's what I figured. Hm.

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    Hi Friends,

    I was wondering if you anyone out there could offer me some advice. I have just finished almost 6 years at university, studying marketing (Undergraduate Arts/Marketing and Postgraduate Masters of Advanced Marketing) and am trying to find my feet in the real world.

    In the long run I would love to get involved in marketing/communications/branding for a fashion house of some description but I guess that is probably a fair way down the track.

    Does anyone have any advice for someone starting out? What sort of experience and knowledge is really valued?

    Is it better to get general marketing experience then move into "fashion" related areas or is it best to head straight for "fashion"?

    I am currently based in Melbourne and had thought it wise to try and get some general marketing/digital experience then move overseas to a location more conducive to a fashion related role.

    FYI this is my current resume.

    Any suggestions or feedback would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you kindly.

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    Your resume is 9 pages long - I have nothing constructive to say as to its contents as I frankly could not be bothered reading it.

    A potential employer will likely feel the same.

    A recent college graduate = 2 pages max. Closer to 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Untitled View Post
    Your resume is 9 pages long - I have nothing constructive to say as to its contents as I frankly could not be bothered reading it.

    A potential employer will likely feel the same.

    A recent college graduate = 2 pages max. Closer to 1.
    fair enough. i probably should have been a bit clearer that's more of a master copy that has anything i feel i could include, then when I have been applying i have been tailoring it down to more specific and related experience etc. Figured the full copy would give you guys more insight into my background.

    that said the actual copy i send through is almost always longer than 2 pages so that is something i will definitely work on, thank you

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    Aha! That makes sense.

    Keep in mind the hiring staff will quite literally have 100+ resumes on their desk.

    Keep it short & too the point - not overly detailed as you want to be able to expand verbally on each topic during the interview process.

    Also try to find the numerical influence your marketing reports etc had on sales, market share etc. - these catch the skim readers attention.
    "customer segmentation and analysis grew market share 13%" as opposed to "running customer segmentation and analysis".

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    perfect! thank you kindly -untitled i appreciated your advice.

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    Look into PR?

    http://prconsulting.net/

    They used to work for Damir, and now Rick Owens it seems. Plus lots of others as you can see in the list

    Quote Originally Posted by forget it View Post
    Not sure if this is the right thread for this, but..

    Where should I look for a summer internship in Fashion Advertising in New York? Google reveals some results, obviously, but for example, do brands like Rick Owens or Yohji Yamamoto use advertising agencies, or do they do in-house stuff? Or not at all? A lot of agencies list interesting brands certainly, but I'm not sure where to look to apply for an agency that handles brands like those previously mentioned.

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    they don't hire short term period interns at PR Consulting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Untitled View Post
    Your resume is 9 pages long - I have nothing constructive to say as to its contents as I frankly could not be bothered reading it.

    A potential employer will likely feel the same.

    A recent college graduate = 2 pages max. Closer to 1.
    take it from me. This is a GOLDEN RULE. Recent college grad should be 1, maybe 2 if you have some monumental achievements. A cover letter could be added but be sure to tailor your achievements specifically to the requirements/qualifications of the internship/job posting. Sell yourself.

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    Looking for contributors to www.sz-mag.com, our magazine's website.
    Write short/medium size pieces for our blog about fashion, art, books, music, architecture, fragrances, and so on. Please send all inquiries and resumes to write@sz-mag.com
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    Anyone looking to hire a recent FIT graduate? Looking for assistant design/tech design position.

    PM me for details and such!

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    Looking for people with prior fashion job experience for a NYC based luxury womenswear designer that focuses on couture-level construction and a mostly black and white color palette. Heavy use of leather and exotics.

    Looking for:

    Pattern Maker

    Studio Assistant

    Fabric Design

    Qualified candidates please PM me if interested.

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    A prominent New York designer is looking for a sales person to help them during the upcoming fashion season. This is a temp position Sep 1 - Oct 30. Must have a proven track record and a roster of retail accounts. PM me if interested.
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    Anyone in Los Angeles/OC area hiring? Really might just take about anything at this point. PM me, I have a BA in visual communication, and can send resume.
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    The price is a bit high, but the leather is very quality.

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