I got over my doubtfulness and became more open minded overnight. With my previous internship the whole fashion industry looked cold and cheap. " Was this what I was really going to devote my life to?" , I questioned myself. It was surely not the industry I have dreamt of growing up.
|NEW BUILDING ®ION|
OF WORKPLACE ( WATERFRONT)
|Last day of internship #1|
( Winter Editorial Photoshoot)
the interns. And you know what? The interns were NORMAL like me. No ivy league / boarding school history. Simply hardworking, poor/ normal girls and the one beautiful french boy ( probably gay too tho.. thats's the unfortunate predictable part of the fashion industry).
|View on West Side of clothing racks|
|Right to the right you can see the|
New York Hotel & Empire State Building!
|Loved this dress..& the thousand others!|
|Showroom 1/2 side ( best panoramic view)|
|And my obsession with the views continue|
onto the waterfront
|Next time I will show pictures of the|
bridge from the kitchen!
Skipping the tutorials I had to learn....
2 Hours later. There I sat in front of this magnificent waterfront skyline towering view of Manhattan. I could not believe it. I came here only 2 weeks ago and moved from one smaller cool building to this amazing place. The panoramic view made my daydreams worthwhile.
My mini tasks of the day included :
1) Picking up items from Vogue Japan !!! ( their messengers were late)
2) Drop off million dollar jewelry ( the boss trusted me over all other interns.. just after 1 previous delivery.. I felt honoured haha)
3) Drop of PUCCI dresses on Broadway & pick up items at "The Dream Hotel" ( Only one of Manhattans most luxurious hotels! )
.... this is only day 1. Next perhaps HARPERS magazine?!
Anyways... what I try to remember at tough times like these is the one silly quote I have my little sister to thank for introducing me to....
|" Never let the fear of striking out keep you|
from playing the game"
Wish me luck! Few days till Christmas & my 18th birthday! Eeek!