Fashion Assistant, WSJ. Magazine - NY
The Wall Street Journal's WSJ. Magazine is hiring a fashion assistant to manage our fashion closet. This is an administrative position focused upon managing the inflow and outflow of sample shipments.
- Manage and assist style director in scheduling closet staff: two full-time employees and occasional freelance assistants.
- Coordinate all sample shipments including arranging shipments via carnets, couriers and more.
- Occasional service as messenger transporting samples between the WSJ and brands.
- Manage the WSJ fashion closet and ensure supplies are continually maintained.
- Document each item being shipping to/from the office. Ensure that all samples requested are checked in and accounted for and that all looks are complete.
- Follow up with PR offices for pick-up details and log them accordingly.
- Occasional assistance on fashion shoots.
- 2 years working for a fashion magazine in an assistant capacity
- Interest in and passion for luxury magazine content
- Extremely organized and able to manage high-volume of tasks efficiently
- Natural problem-solver
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