Fashion Merchandising Internships : Japan Men Fashion 2011
Fashion Merchandising Internships
- (intern) work as an intern; "The young doctor is interning at the Medical Center this year"
- (intern) an advanced student or graduate in medicine gaining supervised practical experience (`houseman' is a British term)
- (intern) deprive of freedom; "During WW II, Japanese were interned in camps in the West"
The Fashion Intern (2nd Edition)
A pivotal point in the student career, the internship provides real-world experience within the guided realm of academia. To help students gain the most from this experience, this comprehensive and easy to read new edition first guides students in preparing to search for and secure an internship, and then challenges the student to critique the internship organization from the perspective of a business analyst. In this way, the student may primarily work in one area of the business, but must be exposed to the business in its entirety in order to complete the text, gaining a holistic view of the company. Information on emerging fashion
career options in communications and entrepreneurship, international internship opportunities, and the role of technological tools as today's job seeker's marketing package. Interns in fashion merchandising
, retailing, design, product developmen
t, promotion, and production will end up with a polished and professional product for their portfolio.
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Love the ghostly complexion. Toshnonova doesn't look as much like Chelsea Clinton in this photo. This is only her 20th do over. She is a vintage Greneker from 1980, and the first mannequin I ever owned. I salvaged her from going into the trash heap as the design director at Garfinkle's Departmen
t Store (where I was completing a summer, visual merchandising
internship in 1986) decided she was useless. He didn't want anyone to have her, so the visual manager snuck her out of the building for me. She's been everywhere with me and has had a number of repairs from being banged and dropped. Needless to say, she's had a hard life.
Connecticut junior, Jenna Green, an Apparel Merchandising major, playfully blows a bubble while wearing a nostalgic floral headband and a string of retro pearls. Green received an internship with popular fashion magazine "Teen Vogue" in New York. TanyaMoutzalias/GrandCentralMagazine
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