Revlon’s Creative Department is looking for smart, savvy and passionate students or entry-level freelancers for 3-month positions (2 days per week). If you thrive in a fast-paced environment and you are interested in gaining exciting and valuable work experience in creative services and design, submit your application and resume.
As an intern with Revlon, you will report to the Creative Services Manager for the Global Marketing team. The manager will be accountable for providing daily managerial oversight and direction in addition to coaching and developmental opportunities to ensure the internship is value add for each student.
You will be required to keep track of and submit hours to your manager at the end of each week, and it is your duty to inform the manager immediately during the week if you are approaching a total of 30 hours worked in any given week. Under no circumstances are you to work more than 30 hours per week.
The designers’ responsibilities might include, but are not limited to, assisting the Creative Support Group with the following graphics/creative projects:
• Photograph and retouch images for in-store materials
• Update Brand Guidelines for sales and marketing teams to reference in the creation of materials
• Aid upper management in the creation of presentations for domestic and international meetings
• Create national and regional print advertisements [ex. InStyle, Glamour, CVS, Rite Aid, etc.]
• Design point-of-purchase displays to drive in-store sales
• Keep our internal image and file server current and organized
• Print color-accurate proofs for approvals
• Dress displays and presentation boards for meetings
• Creation of circular advertisements for CVS and RiteAid
• Design and produce presentations for upper-management [both printed and PowerPoint]
• Assist Global Creative Services Manager in researching and prototyping packaging design projects
• Assist Global Creative Services Manager in any other design tasks that may arise
Key objectives/takeaways include the following:
• Strengthen layout design skills on internal communications / ads / power point presentations
• Hone retouching and digital photography skills
• Develop knowledge of working creatively for a top tier cosmetics company
• Learn how to work on multiple projects concurrently
• Learn about working in a color-accurate environment
• Develop teamwork skills with the creative support staff
• Build an understanding of in-house creative production processes
• Strong working knowledge of Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and MS PowerPoint
• Strong photography retouching skills in Adobe Photoshop
• Studio photography skills are not required but definitely a plus
• Students are encouraged to apply
$35/hour (16/hours per week)
Interested candidates should send a copy of their resume to: email@example.com
Supply aide and office administrative duties, as well as aide in the manufacturing of garments.
Well spoken, and independent
Call our office at 212-535-5155, or e-mail us as firstname.lastname@example.org
$1000 to whoever finds our new company name!
Send Submissions Or Questions To:
To find a new name for our company (that is available in terms of trademark, website address and social media names prior to public launch)
Convey Elegance – (e.g. someone would trust the company with a designer dress)
Convey Concept – (this is not a must, but we have seen a pattern wherein people like to learn a little bit about what a company does in the name)
Be Easy to Pronounce/Spell
Ideally its short
Strong Name for Online Presence – (you never get a second chance to make a first impression. We do not have a storefront, our name is that first impression)
Name Should NOT:
Have a negative connotation, even in an ironic way
Need a great deal of explanation to “get it”
Be overly limiting by modifiers or overly specific (i.e. We would not want to be named The Dress Company.) We currently exchange dresses, however we want to branch beyond that into men’s and women’s accessories and more
Key Brand Themes:
Did you know that over $20 billion worth of clothing sits in women’s closets that has never been worn (yes, with tags still on) and that the woman never will wear?
At the same time, there’s more and more pressure on every woman in society to wear something she’s never been seen in before. Between the sharp eyes and perfect memories of her friends and acquaintances, the broad exposure and permanent imprint of social media, and a woman’s own desire for that fantastic feeling of debuting an outfit for the first time, it’s almost impossible to keep up.
With Relapse, there’s finally something that makes sense to do with that amazing dress you wore once to an event that everyone saw you in, or that item you bought on sale, never wore, but now you realize it doesn’t quite fit. If you took it to a consignment store, you’d only get pennies on the dollar.
But with Relapse here’s what happens.
You contribute a dress to the collective of women like you. You feel good knowing that you’re not letting the dress go to waste. In return you receive a new-to-you dress of equivalent value to what you sent in. A dress that has been hand selected to your bespoke style preferences by your own personal stylist. And when you’re finished with that dress you can send it back in for another. . . and then another, and another.
You will have turned one dress you no longer wish to wear into an endless supply of new-to-you pieces.
Over $100 billion worth of clothing sits in women’s closets that will never be worn again (in the US and the UK alone). That’s about half of what’s in her closet in total. Most of those items were only worn for about 4 weeks before being removed from her rotation.
And we all love fashion, but live with the sad knowledge that the fashion industry is the #2 polluter of any industry on the globe, second only to big oil. 13 million tons of clothing ends up polluting the earth in landfills. . . every year.
Now there are a lot of things in the world we’d love to change for the better. Many require quite a sacrifice.
With Relapse not only can we live a better, more sustainable lifestyle, but we can do it and benefit at the same time. Rather than having anything in our closet that we’re not going to wear again, we can contribute those pieces to a collective of women like us and gain access to a shared, infinite closet that we can pull from as many times as we like.
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RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND ISSUES OF LAW. By participating, all entrants and voters release Relapse Clothing and its respective officers, directors, employees, and agents (collectively, “Released Parties”) from any and all liability with respect to and in any way arising from participating in this Contest and/or acceptance or use of any prize. Released Parties are not responsible for lost, late, incomplete, damaged, inaccurate, stolen, delayed, undelivered, or garbled Submissions; or for lost, interrupted or unavailable network, server, internet service provider, website; or for other errors or difficulties of any kind whether human, mechanical, electronic, computer, network, typographical or otherwise relating to or in connection with the Contest, including, without limitation, errors or difficulties which may occur in connection with the administration of the Contest, the Submission, or the announcement of the prizes. Released Parties are also not responsible for any incorrect or inaccurate information, whether caused by site users, tampering, hacking, or by any equipment or programming associated with or utilized in the Contest. Released Parties are not responsible for injury or damage to any person’s computer related to or resulting from participating in this Contest. Persons who tamper with or abuse any aspect of the Contest, who act in an unsportsmanlike or disruptive manner or who are in violation of these Official Rules, as solely determined by Relapse Clothing, will be disqualified. Should any portion of the Contest be, in Relapse Clothing’s sole opinion, compromised by virus, worms, bugs, non-authorized human intervention or other causes which, in the sole opinion of the Relapse Clothing, corrupt or impair the administration, security, fairness or proper play, Relapse Clothing reserves the right at its sole discretion to suspend, modify, or terminate the Contest and, if terminated, at its discretion and to the extent possible, determine winners from all eligible Submissions received prior to action.
No Longer Empty’s mission is to widen the audience for contemporary art, to promote socially conscious artists, and to build resilience in communities through art. We do so by presenting professionally curated, site-specific art exhibitions where a community of artists, educators, scholars and the public come together to create and experience art, free of market imperatives and institutional constraints.
No Longer Empty draws together the vitality of the contemporary art world and the values of building community.
The NLE Curatorial Lab (NLE Lab) is a professional development program giving curators an opportunity to build upon their existing knowledge and gain first-hand experience and support in developing, staging and evaluating a site-responsive exhibition. This program, expanding upon No Longer Empty’s mission, offers curators a new platform for debate, exploration, and experimentation in curatorial practices. The NLE Lab reinforces the role of the curator and encourages new interdisciplinary projects with special emphasis on site-specific practice and community engagement.
No Longer Empty’s supportive networks and the vast creative environments in New York City provide participants with the resources to deeply explore and develop new curatorial concepts. These 21st century curators will emerge with the tools to conduct community research and engagement, work adeptly with artists, be communicative and collaborative, and create welcoming contemporary art experiences for visitors. The program, offered in the spring and fall, is open to local and international emerging curators. Each session is supervised by NLE Chief Curator Manon Slome and an established curator.
University degree required.
The Application process is open, and the deadline for the Fall 2014 Session is August 8th, 2014.
Please consult this link for more information and how to apply: http://www.nolongerempty.org/home/nle-curatorial-lab/
We have an open position for a Jr. Designer with at least 2 years experience in the field. This position is a training position.
Sourcing, research, familiar with fabrics and related materials. Must know Excel. Admin paperwork involved, tracking and project management at times. Detail orientated, ability to think ahead and willing to grow with the company.
2 years related experience
Compensation depends on experience. (40 hours/week)
Please email resume to Wendy@timothybrownstudio.com
I have a goodly number of records. The job is to put each record on the turntable and follow some instructions so the music is transferred to the computer. A person who enjoys the variety of music on LP records will likely enjoy this job.
PAY is $10/hr
email to email@example.com
Work for hire: Arranger needed for my new, original musical. Song rate negotiable. Lead sheets are in place for 32 songs, none of which require heavy instrumentation. Classical-pop. Please contact:
Social Life Magazine is a luxury publication based in the Hamptons. We need a film major or student to video a cover shoot for one to two occasions.
Create 2-3 minute video
Please call Chloe Mahalick at 908-303-9251 for application
One of the most powerful, sexy and glamorous stores in the world, Victoria’s Secret, where you’ll find a dazzling assortment of intimate apparel, beauty products, sleepwear, hosiery, and more.
Delivers a best-in-class, captivating, branded customer experience that builds loyalty and enables consistent sales
and profit growth:
Supports a customer-centric culture, where the full energy and activity of the store team are focused on delivering highly satisfying customer experiences
Supports Best at Bras initiatives by displaying expert product knowledge and elevating skills of sales associates
Creates an awareness of and enthusiasm for Best at Bras strategies
Utilizes the bra wardrobing center to introduce customers to merchandise and follows up while they are in the fitting room
Takes responsibility for the following metrics, in addition to performance evaluation criteria and supporting key
total store metrics:
Bra percent to plan
Fitting room experience
Possesses and demonstrates genuine desire to provide excellent customer service
$12-$16/hour (18 to 37.5/hours week)
HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume to:
firstname.lastname@example.org (Traci Balmos)
email@example.com (Kerri Ann Manning)