A responsible and bright individual with passion for fashion and valuable experience, as a Sales Showroom Assistant for Moschino. A recent cultural and educational postgraduate with a distinction degree from Goldsmiths, University of London. Highly creative and adaptable, conceptualising fashion also in terms of art. Currently seeking a new challenge in the fashion industry.
Assisting the Sale Managers during the sale seasons. • Maintaining and managing showroom premises • Shadowing the account executive and assisting in appointments • Pricing and sample organisation • Visually merchandising products under guidance of the Sale Managers • Setting up for model fittings and styling outfits • Assisting showroom management in their administrative tasks • Assisting and coordinating with other showroom staff
As a part of the online marketing team, my responsibilities included editing articles and content on the newly launched versions of TopMBA.com and TopUniversities.com. • Edited about 1.200 articles of TopMBA.com and TopUniversities.com in two months. • Handled a content management system (Drupal) to ensure that the articles adhere to QS in-house style guidelines. • Conducted online research for a variety of education topics, identified the most appealing content and created reports for senior managers. • Collaborated with designers and content editors providing them content requirements within deadlines.
Responsible for the “All-day School”, administrated primary schools’ operation through multitasking in diverse positions. • Instructed students in diverse subjects, such as history, literature, Greek language, and mathematics. • Coordinated the annual “All-day School’s” timetable. • Corresponded on a daily basis to colleagues’, parents’ and public bodies’ inquiries and resolved any issue or problem arising in a diligent, tactful manner in keeping with school policy. • Planned and assisted the execution of students’ performances during each academic year, such as theatre plays, dance spectacles, and students’ art works’ displays. • Guided and accompanied school parties to museums and galleries.
Promoted and sold various products. • First touch point and intermediary in the communication with the visitors of events, fashion shows, openings, shows and exhibitions, and the company branch. • Collaborated with different colleagues & at each shift executed also diverse tasks, such as tastings, filling forms, sales, and presentations of products.
My MA focused on culture, language and identity as integral parts of Education, and gave me sound knowledge and experience in conducting qualitative research within a strict time-frame. • Modules included: Spaces of Practice, Culture, Language and Identity and Children’s Literature and Cultural Diversity. • During the module Spaces of Practice we visited London Galleries and interacted with Gallery curators, improved thus my understanding about the industry, such as the organisation and implementation of a Gallery project (Showroom, Whitechapel and South London Gallery). • Carried out research and gave presentations in teams and individually in the contexts of the University and the Galleries. Dissertation topic: ‘Gallery Education for understanding cultural difference’ (exceptional). The basic motivation for my thesis was to gain insight into the pedagogical value of art viewed in galleries and the ways that art can operate as pedagogy for understanding cultural difference.
My BA focused on primary school education and encompassed research, group work and independent study. • Modules included: Arts Education, Introduction to Folk Art and Theatrical Education. • Familiarized myself with the way that children can create art in the school context, developing art works in teams. Dissertation topic: “Interdisciplinary in the everyday School Practice”. Explored the use of interdisciplinary approaches researching in the contexts of 15 schools in Athens for an academic year and through quantitative research and analysis, addressed thus proposes.