Sally Lyndley, stylist and and Fashionista contributor, is building a new team of interns in New York City and Los Angeles, and a virtual intern team to work on Research and Market Editing via the Internet. The intern teams will be working with Sally and her full time teams on both coasts. During the internship, they are committed to teaching the teams as much about the practice of styling and the fashion industry as possible. In return, they ask for teamwork from interns to help Sally prepare shoots, consultancy projects and runway shows.
Sally is looking for interns to work in ALL the following areas: -Creative Research -Shoot Preparation, Location Assistance & Returns -Requests -Database updating -Runway show preparation & assistance for February -Market Editing
Also: Art Direction Interns To work with our Art Director on a special project Sally is creating. Art Direction interns will be needed for print and web-based projects.
Social Media/PR Interns Sally is looking for a PR/Social Media and Marketing Intern to help maintain her website and utilize online media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and fashion blogs. The intern would work closely with Sally and her full-time teams to get the word out about upcoming events, build new opportunities in the media and create a market for the Sally Lyndley brand. Sally will be doing innovative PR/marketing strategy with the chosen intern, so the experience will be invaluable.
Interning with Sally Lyndley means working with some of the most respected companies and clients in the fashion world. Sally Lyndley currently is a freelance fashion editor for Love Magazine and V Magazine, among others.
The knowledge interns gain working with Sally and her team is not taught in any school, hence the reason schools insist on internships to get real-world experience. Interns learn how to build a database from scratch, how to be prepared for almost anything for a shoot or show, and most importantly, how to begin to work on your own styling practice.
Sally’s purpose for working with interns is to better set them up to move forward in their own styling and fashion careers, whether it be a recommendation to become a lead assistant for another stylist or a market assistant at a magazine, in exchange for the valuable teamwork interns can provide.
For Styling Interns: -Available 3+ Days per week for 6 months -Live in NYC or LA -Own a Laptop, have Internet access at home & a Mobile Phone with a camera -Some background of fashion knowledge. Do you know who Steven Meisel is? If you do, then awesome! If not, you are probably not quite ready yet.
For Social Media/PR Interns: -Must be available at minimum 3 days per week for the semester -Some background knowledge and interest in fashion – particularly fashion public relations and marketing -Have a keen interest in FASHION PR/Marketing and using social media websites and fashion blogs. Some experience with PR would be preferred, such as an internship at a PR or marketing company and in marketing/pr/social media college courses. -Own a laptop and have internet access at home. -Be able to work in NYC at Sally’s Studio 3 days per week when needed. -Ability to work with Adobe Creative Suite and quickly learn new software.
For Art Direction Interns: -Must be available at minimum 3 days per week for the semester -Some background knowledge and interest in fashion and art direction/graphic design -Own a laptop and have internet access at home. -Be able to work in NYC at Sally’s Studio 3 days per week when needed. -Ability to work with Adobe Creative Suite and quickly learn new software.
Interested in being part of the virtual intern team? Sally is also looking for styling interns to work with her via the internet on research and various other projects on the time zones of NYC and LA.
Candidates, please email Adam with your resume, contact info and availability: email@example.com.