BA Fashion Journalism Graduate with a Upper Second class degree. Ultimately, focused on Styling and social Media branding but trained in journalism. With over three years in the creative industry, both professionally and as an Intern, I contribute a unique take on the fashion industry, some call it glossy and some may describe my work as pure with the occasional exploration of culture and style. I believe I can put together a look for a varied demographic and I am not glued to one style.Locked Pro Plan feature
I am in charge of the salon, the email enquiries client bookings as well as client complaints. I process orders and request stock. I am the first person of contact when a client walks in. I also help with coffee, model bookings and the general co-ordination of the company.
Helping out with the social media platforms, i.e. Instagram, Facebook, Twitter. Collating images as well as styling shoots to compile the company's unique set of images for its' social media. I also handled blog posts every week, keeping the readers engaged.
I interned as the studio assistant for a month, and this meant assisting with shoots, general operations/tidying of the studio, as well as helping with their social media and a week of designing the company's fabric swatch book templates on InDesign. I assisted with orders and deliveries, as well as client enquiries.
Social Media Internship for digital Magazine, Naatal. I worked remotely , and communicated via E-mails with the editor. I had to post images and texts/captions for the different social media platforms. I composed descriptions and assisted with articles for the website.
Here, I was fortunate enough to intern for the biggest newspaper company in Nigeria. I learnt what it meant to work round the clock, to submit articles by the deadlines, to think on the spot and brainstorm ideas for content. I wrote for the style section and at the end of this internship, my article on blazers got published.