With MBFWA just around the corner (three sleeps - but who's counting?), event volunteers will be gearing up for one their busiest weeks of the year. Ahead, five pearls of wisdom one former volunteer learned the hard way - so you don't have to!
While high school might leave you feeling like you’re in your own little bubble, it’s never too early to start laying the foundations for a budding fashion career. Whether you want to work in design, write for a fashion magazine or are still exploring your interests, here are some ways in which you can set yourself up for a successful start in the fashion industry.
Whether you want to kickstart a side hustle or have big dreams of being your own boss, it’s a safe bet that you’ll try your hand at freelancing at least once in your lifetime. Ahead, our checklist of things you should definitely tick off before you dive in.
By now, we all know how important it is to create a network of professional connections when starting out. However, nurturing and maintaining a solid professional network is the real goldmine when it comes to carving out new opportunities within the fashion industry. Ahead, we look at some easy ways you can maintain the connections you’ve worked hard to create, even after you’ve left the building.
30-year-old Aimee Song has become one of the most successful fashion bloggers of her generation with over 4 million views each month on her blog, Song Of Style, and over 4 million followers on her Instagram. In 2016 she was even listed on Forbes 30 under 30 list.