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Interested in a career in the fashion industry? Want to meet and network with successful professionals from Harper’s Bazaar, Allure, Vogue, Cosmo, and more? We’ve got the who, what, wear for Profashionals’ Dress for Success event.
On April 29, Pace Profashionals is turning your casual Friday into a career Friday with the Dress for Success networking panel from 6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m. at Studio Arte (265 W. 37th Street).
Dress For Success is geared toward those who aspire to make it in the fashion industry—whether it's launching your own website, starting a PR firm, or climbing the ladder on your current career track.
A career-focused panel featuring representatives from all fields in fashion will share their personal tales of the conquests (and shortfalls!) that got them to the top. A mixer after the panel will give you personal one-on-one meeting time with someone who has "made it" in your field.
So far, confirmed participants include Harper's Bazaar magazine, Allure magazine, Vogue magazine, Macy's, Cosmopolitan/Seventeen magazines, Facebook, Instagram, and ED2010, who will be moderating the panel.
There will also be raffles and gift card giveaways throughout the night.
Plus, Profashionals has partnered with LYFT to provide everyone with $10 off coupon codes, please use "PACEPROFASHIONAL" to access.
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Profashionals is a network for interns or students interested in learning about the tips and tricks to pursue further in their careers or perhaps start their career in fashion. From exploring job opportunities to expanding self interests in fashion, bootcamp graduates will have the resources and knowledge that they need to make it in the fashion industry. Find them at www.profashionals.nyc/.
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