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Fashion Internships Consciousness Beyond The Product

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Welcome to Consciousness Beyond The Product: A monthly podcast special discussing the fashion industry and picking apart important topics that can no longer be overlooked. Once a month we will give you an overview, share insightful conversations with industry experts and professionals as well as summarise key takeaways for you.
Hosted by Sabinna Rachimova, the founder of the fair fashion and lifestyle brand SABINNA, each episode will feature brilliant guests who will share their knowledge and expertise with us. We are excited to share this platform with a diverse selection of industry opinion leaders and are looking forward to hearing their thoughts on the topics we will discuss.
As part of this podcast special we will be discussing topics such as Sustainability beyond the product, Inclusivity and Fashion & Technology.
The topic of our fourth episode is Fashion Internships.
What’s legal and what isn’t? Why are so many brands not willing to pay their interns? How much do fashion internships have to do with privilege? and much more.

We spoke to Daniel Peters from Fashion Minority Report, Andrew Loader from Fashionworkie and Charlene Manil from London College of Fashion.

You can find out more about Daniel Peters and Fashion Minority Report on https://www.fashionminorityreport.com or on instagram @fashionminorityrpt

You can find out more about Andrew Loader and Fashion Workie on https://www.fashionworkie.com or on instagram @fashionworkie. Make sure you also check out the petition against unpaid internships on https://www.noto4weeks.org

Charlene Manil kindly shared some resources for people looking for internships:
https://www.gov.uk/employment-rights-for-interns
https://www.acas.org.uk/advice
https://targetjobs.co.uk/internships/advice/275017-the-law-on-unpaid-internships-know-your-rights
https://www.prospects.ac.uk/jobs-and-work-experience/work-experience-and-internships/internships

You can find out more about SABINNA on www.sabinna.com or on instagram @sabinna_com

Welcome to Consciousness Beyond The Product: A monthly podcast special discussing the fashion industry and picking apart important topics that can no longer be overlooked. Once a month we will give you an overview, share insightful conversations with industry experts and professionals as well as summarise key takeaways for you.
Hosted by Sabinna Rachimova, the founder of the fair fashion and lifestyle brand SABINNA, each episode will feature brilliant guests who will share their knowledge and expertise with us. We are excited to share this platform with a diverse selection of industry opinion leaders and are looking forward to hearing their thoughts on the topics we will discuss.
As part of this podcast special we will be discussing topics such as Sustainability beyond the product, Inclusivity and Fashion & Technology.
The topic of our fourth episode is Fashion Internships.
What’s legal and what isn’t? Why are so many brands not willing to pay their interns? How much do fashion internships have to do with privilege? and much more.

We spoke to Daniel Peters from Fashion Minority Report, Andrew Loader from Fashionworkie and Charlene Manil from London College of Fashion.

You can find out more about Daniel Peters and Fashion Minority Report on https://www.fashionminorityreport.com or on instagram @fashionminorityrpt

You can find out more about Andrew Loader and Fashion Workie on https://www.fashionworkie.com or on instagram @fashionworkie. Make sure you also check out the petition against unpaid internships on https://www.noto4weeks.org

Charlene Manil kindly shared some resources for people looking for internships:
https://www.gov.uk/employment-rights-for-interns
https://www.acas.org.uk/advice
https://targetjobs.co.uk/internships/advice/275017-the-law-on-unpaid-internships-know-your-rights
https://www.prospects.ac.uk/jobs-and-work-experience/work-experience-and-internships/internships

You can find out more about SABINNA on www.sabinna.com or on instagram @sabinna_com

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