Style.com needs a Fashion Month freelancer. The job works closely with the editorial department throughout the ready-to-wear shows which means you'll be on board from the start of New York, February 13th to the end of Paris, March 15th. Identifying and labeling the girls on the runway is a major part of the job which means before you even think about applying you should consider your model body of knowledge and make sure you know your Elena Melniks as well as your Coco Rochas. Also, you should be extremely detail-oriented, be able to work in a very fast-paced environment and have a passion for high fashion. Since shows run all day and night the hours might be odd so you should be available from 5:30 p.m. to midnight (roughly), weekends included. If you meet that criteria and would like the invaluable experience, contact email@example.com.
Style.com's New Column Proves #Fashionweekproblems Are Far More Insufferable Than #Whitegirlproblems
We have a new guilty pleasure on the internet and you can find it on, of all places, Style.com. The site tapped actor/designer/filmmaker/jet-setter/all-around cool, classy guy Waris Ahluwalia to answer the questions on "how best to navigate the intricacies of fashion week" advice column-style in an amazingly insidery new feature called, cleverly, Love & Waris. Despite having a few fashion weeks under our belts, we hardly knew the true gravity of the problems facing fashion people these days. That it's taken this long for someone to provide a resource for them is downright tragic. An example of one such troubling dillema: Dear Waris, A friend has invited me to a fashion week party he's hosting, but I've also been invited to two better parties that night and can't possibly make it to all three.