How to be: a fashion magazine editor

Welcome to our new series, in which the i-D family talk about the jobs that got us where we are.
Jack Sunnucks

the fashion superstars who started as interns

Because even the best sometimes have to make coffees.
Wendy Syfret

​35 things you learn from being an i-D intern

Being a fashion intern can end in tears, broken suitcases and dead dogs (RIP Tatler Alan), but sometimes they don’t deserve the rep they get on TV. Georgie Wright has written 35 things she learned after three months as an i-D intern.
i-D Staff
Georgie Wright

is malia obama lena dunham's new intern?

America's first daughter just got even cooler.
Isabelle Hellyer
i-D Staff
Think Pieces

i'm an intern, not an idiot

The intern - he of the worn face and flustered expression; she dragging the oversized suitcase; that which has been slaving away for fashion, since a time before Tumblr (and doing it for free!) – is on the verge of extinction.
Tish Weinstock
Think Pieces

occupy 7th avenue: are fashion internships in new york only for the 1%?

We’re all in agreement that industry internships allow you to develop and sharpen the skills you’ll need to survive and thrive in fashion. We call them invaluable, experiences that money just can’t buy. But what do internships really cost?
i-D Team
Think Pieces

the i-D guide to getting ahead in fashion

Brush up your CV, spellcheck your blog, head for the Capital, dress up, go out and be prepared to work your arse off. i-D's handy guide for securing the fashion career of your dreams tells it like it is.
James Anderson