Want to Edit a Fashion Magazine?

Want to Edit a Fashion Magazine?

 

The eight students we're looking for can be from within any field within the fashion arena, including journalism, marketing, photography or design - we're just looking for great ideas!

Initially, 20 students will be chosen to join a brainstorm session during Graduate Fashion Week, at the Company stand.

Since its launch in 1991, Graduate Fashion Week has developed a reputation as the place to spot the next generation of top fashion designers. Over the past 21 years, the largest graduate fashion event in the world has kick-started the careers of some of British fashion’s brightest stars - including Stella Mc Cartney, Christopher Bailey and Hussein Chalayan - and this year looks set to be no exception.

After our brainstorm, we will select a final eight to join us at Company HQ for at least a day - and to get involved in as many aspect of the magazine as possible. From conducting interviews or choosing colours for design, to creating or styling within the mag, the possibilities are endless.

We just want you to be genuinely involved in the creative planning of the UK's coolest fashion magazine!

If this sounds like the ideal opportunity for you, then get involved! All you need to do create a trend report for AW12 - this could be either a visual moodboard, a written report or a mixture of both - and email it to us at gfw@company.co.uk by Friday 25th May and remember to be as creative as you like!

We can't wait to see what you come up with  - and possibly working with you on our October issue!




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