Fashion Careers Counsel is a London-based advice & mentoring service for anyone looking to find a job or internship in fashion design.

With over 20 years of working in fashion, Founder Stephanie Finnan and her team, aim to give you a unique insider’s view of the industry.

Learn how to increase your chances of finding a fashion design job or internship, with one to one mentoring, CV & portfolio reviews, and personalised interview guidance. Please click on Services for more information on how we can help you.

Our FREE careers advice includes regular interviews with industry professionals, news, ‘how to’ guides and Q&A.

FCC EDUCATION: If you are a teacher, lecturer or educator who would like us to visit your school, college or university, please email: steph@fahioncareerscounsel.com to discuss planning a bespoke workshop or lecture for your students.

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NEWS

LEATHER GOODS DESIGN INTERNSHIP – MILAN

We are working on behalf of a major luxury brand to find them a Leather Goods Design Intern! This is an incredible opportunity to join the studio of one of the most exciting luxury brands in the world – trust us, it’ll look great on your CV! The successful candidate will be based in-house in Milan, …

Q&A

What does a professional fashion design Instagram page look like?

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  Our latest question is from Pratt Institute fashion student, Jessica Thomas: I am a Pratt Fashion Design student and my question is: What does a professional fashion design work Instagram look like? I have one and I post mostly process images that are a variety of inspirational images and references, toiles, sketches, swatches. But I …

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INTERVIEWS

FASHION LOCKDOWN: BARCELONA

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ELENA CARDONA is a freelance senior bags and accessories designer based near Barcelona. For over 15 years, she’s worked with some of the best known luxury brands in the world, including Margiela, Lanvin, Hermes, Lemaire and Isabel Marant. Here, she gives an insight into how the Coronavirus crisis has affected her work on a personal level, …

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ADVICE

ADVICE: HOW TO STAY CALM IN A CRISIS

It’s clear that the current Covid-19 crisis is affecting us all on many levels, no matter whether you’re a student, graduate, or experienced designer. I’ve heard from so many final year students who have been plunged into uncertainty for their futures in fashion, with the cancellation of their degree shows and GFW, and are wrangling with …

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