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Fashionista.com Encourages Interns To Skip Classes

fashionista11.jpgFashion industry blog Fashionista.com is seeing a major overhaul this week: not only did editor Abby Gardner get the boot, but Fashion Week’s fast approach means that it’s time to hire free interns.

You can expect to get college credit for your work over at the Breaking Media site, but that might not be of much use as you’ll be kicked out of school for not attending class during Fashion Week: something that the Web site actively encourages, according to this job posting from yesterday.

The requirements read:

“We’ll need you at least two days a week until Fashion Week starts February 9th, during which we’ll need you more. How much more depends on your schedule, but you should be eager to skip class in favor of MILK. Our intern hours are officially 11 to 4, but again, once the week starts there’s no on/off.

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New York Times: Another look at what went so wrong with the Time Warner-AOL merger.

Financial Times: A profile of Newsmax.

All Things D: A Demand Media manifesto.

Washington Post: British journalist Rupert Hamer was killed Sunday by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.

Fashion Week Daily: Fashionista.com editor Abby Gardner has made an exit from the blog, and will be replaced by Lauren Sherman, formerly of Forbes.

Media Nation: A federal investigation provides an explanation for why the president of The Boston Globe‘s union, Dan Totten, signed another union officer’s name to his paycheck, an action that resulted in him being removed from union management.

Fashionista.com Editor Departs

1027natalie-hormilla2_fa.jpgNatalie Hormilla is leaving Fashionista.com, the fashion site she edited. According to a goodbye email, she has no plans other than “spending a lot of time up in glorious Vermont through the end of summer/fall” and then returning to New York.

Breaking Media, the company that owns Fashionista along with Dealbreaker, Above the Law and Edificial, is seeking Hormilla’s replacement. Associate editor Britt Aboutaleb will helm the site for the near future.

Her farewell email after the jump.

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