JSN STUDIO + celebrity stylist Jason Bolden is searching for a hardworking, self-starting, creative, critical-thinking styling assistant who thrives in a tight-knit and fast-paced environment.
What we *wish* we were wearing this New Year's Eve.
Designers Lou Eyrich and Sarah Evelyn dressed big-screen ingenues, played by Samara Weaving and Laura Harrier, in mostly vintage.
"From Silver Screen to Mainstream: American Fashion in the 1930s and '40s" demonstrates Hollywood's massive influence on fashion in one of America's most tumultuous times.
Interns will work hands on with the owner in a variety of roles pertaining to Fashion Marketing/PR/Fashion Design and styling. We're also looking for assistant photographers, editors, content creators, anyone interested in getting involved in the blogging Industry who have basic knowledge of photography skills and basic graphic design.
ASHLEY MICHAELSEN is looking for organized, motivated, self-starter interns to ideally start immediately in a range of roles. Open to both part time and full-time.
With the recent departures of Cathy Horyn and Suzy Menkes, the New York Times is planning some new hires.
The world is abuzz with news of Emma Watson's recent hair makeover. The twenty year old star cut off her long blond locks for a pixie cut that calls to mind Mia Farrow, Twiggy, and Natalie Portman. Opinions are mixed on Watson's crop, but personally I love it. Why is it such a big deal? Well, Watson is also Hermione Granger (not to mention Burberry's campaign star). She's the highest paid actress of 2009, and there's no denying that there are millions of teens (and even some adults, we'd bet) that idolize Watson and are likely to try out the pixie cut following Watson's lead.