Title: Celebrity Fashion Stylist seeks Fashion Stylist Interns
Date: 15 April 2017 4:00 am
You would start off at a typical 3 month Internship. I will be teaching you the ins and the outs of the industry. I learned a lot after graduating from college from working in the industry, but I feel you learn more with the hands on experience. I would be taking you to showrooms and introducing you to designers and my network.
You WILL be subject to signing an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) form. My client’s privacy is of the upmost importance and I strive to make sure everything that happens in their home and personal life remains in their home and private lives.
Tell me a little about yourself, energy is everything. Cover letters are boring. Just tell me straight and simple about you!
1. Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now? Where do you see yourself in 10?
2. What are you three top designers? Why?
3. List your top 3 strengths. List 3 negative qualities.
4. Who are 5 top celebrities you want to style?
A little about myself: I have been here in Los Angeles over 8 years, I’m from Mid-West, and studied Fashion Design at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. I have assisted a few celebrity stylists myself. I have been working for myself now for a year and a half. I have done costume design for a movie, bought by New Image and Millennium to be released in Theaters. My Clients range from network and film projects like ABC Family, Amazon TV, Netflix, NBC, Stranger Things, Supergirl, Batman vs. Superman, Orange is the New Black, and Hulu TV.
1. You must have a car. – Having a car is extremely important.
2. Open Scheduling — 2 – 3 days a week for 4 hours at least. Unless multiples jobs a week.
3. Dependability – I need to know I am able to depend on you.
4. Laptop – You need to have a computer that has Microsoft and know how to use Goggle Sheets.
1. Maintain and conduct all customer relations in a professional and inviting manner
2. Assist with the design and fabrication of clothing/costumes necessary for production, to become ready to film
3. Able to listen and take direction well, while delegating and leading my crew responsibly and being accountable for all merchandise that was purchased, rented, or used.
4. Responsible for organizing all clothing/lcostumes by character, scene, and duplicates. Organize all paperwork, financial accounts, and receipts
5. Research new upcoming designers and showrooms to work with for pulls for clients to dress for Events, Red Carpets and Editorials.