Published: Sep 12, 2016
Are you interested in working in fashion, but not on the design side? You might not know that there are many jobs in the fashion industry whose functions are actually business or tech-related. From operations to IT to marketing, companies are looking for job candidates across many functions that you might not typically associate with fashion. Here are five companies participating in New York Fashion Week that are currently hiring.
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- Editing and Photography by Kristina Rudic
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