Fashion/Jewelry Internship

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Fortune & Frame is a jewelry brand based in New York City. Its debut collection, On the Mend, launched in March of 2014 and counts a handful of celebrities as early fans. The line's signature pieces include lockets, bracelets and frames that hold fortunes. Its On the Mend launch collection summons all things rustic, broken, and put back together again with its heavy use of bandages, barbed wire, broken edges, and jagged and hammered textures. All fortune-holding and fortune cookie pieces come with an original fortune written by the designer.


Responsibilities will include running errands, assisting with social media, managing inventory, conducting research, helping with public, assisting in the sourcing of materials, working directly with the jeweler to ensure product quality, order fulfillment, interfacing with the showroom, etc.

Applications for internships are reviewed on a rolling basis. If you would like to be considered for an internship please email your resume and a cover letter to Please list "Internship Application" in the email subject and include the following information in the body of your email: dates of availability, ideal number of days per week you would like to intern, and whether your area of interest falls in design, production, sales, or marketing.


– Must be flexible and willing to take on a variety of tasks
– Must be interested in working in fashion, jewelry or PR.
– Should be interested in social media
– Familiarity with jewelry design, construction, and concepts
– Knowledge in Adobe programs such as Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator is a plus
– Familiarity with the business of fashion/jewelry is also a plus
– Must be earning school credit, as this is an unpaid internship


Preferred - Jewelry Design, Photoshop, InDesign, Fashion Blogging, Fashion Jewelry, Social Media, Fashion

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