Fashion Showroom Internship

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Seeking a Fashion Showroom Intern for leading public relations agency specializing in luxury fashion products and other high-end goods & services targeted towards women. Must be results-driven!!


- Work with A-list celebrity stylists to coordinate pulls for Award Shows and other Red Carpet events
- Liaison with celebrity press agents to facilitate celebrity seeding
- Assist in pitching intriguing celebrity fashion story concepts to weeklies and Los Angeles editors, writers, and producers
- Merchandising and organizing showroom
- Assist in styling and photo shoots
- Monitoring media, including newspapers, magazines, broadcasts, and blogs to secure client placements
- Writing media alerts, press releases and other marketing collateral
- Assist in event planning and execution
- Compile detailed client reports

**Internship includes hands-on training**


- Microsoft Office knowledge is a must
- Adobe experience CS6 would be a plus but not required
- Proactive, dedicated and an energetic self-starter
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, presentation abilities and personal appearance
- Imaginative and creative
- Great decision making skills
- Strong work ethic
- Effective at online research
- Ability to prioritize between several projects and responsibilities
- Ready and willing to LEARN, LEARN, LEARN.

This is an unpaid academic internship and must be done for college credit. Interns are required to work a minimum of 2 days per week and a minimum of 15 hours. Interns that complete internship with no missed days will receive a bonus at the end.

Email resume, headshot, cover letter, writing samples, and any other applicable information to Please put email subject as 'Fashion Showroom Internship'. In the BODY of the email please include the following:

1. Full Name
2. Phone Number
3. Hours and Days available
4. Start Date
5. End Date

Applications not following these instructing will NOT be considered.

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