‘Sweat and tears’: Confessions of a serial fashion industry intern
This article is part of our Confessions series, in which we trade anonymity for candor to get an unvarnished look at the people, processes and problems inside the industry. More from the series →
Pop culture has given many glimpses of what it’s like to be a fashion intern: long hours, demanding bosses and little pay.
There’s usually no shortage of job listings to work for brands and fashion companies, but without experience, recent fashion graduates or students can struggle to get a foot in the door. While the debate over the ethics of unpaid internships surfaces every so often, most interns are willing to take unpaid positions in the hope it could lead to a paid job.
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