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Posts Tagged ‘Lucky’

Wanted: Art and Photo Intern Who Gets Lucky

As those charming French robots have been reminding us lately, “We’ve come too far to give up who we are / So let’s raise the bar and our cups to the stars”—and our professional sights to the most shopping-obsessed corner of Planet Conde Nast. That would be Lucky, where newly installed editor-in-chief and “nail art” aficionado Eva Chen is all about a $250 holographic leather baseball cap for fall.

Whether you’re up all night to get some or just for good fun, the hunt is on for an art and photo intern who gets Lucky. The magazine about shopping is in the market for “a junior or senior at a U.S. college or university majoring in graphic design, photography, or studio art, with an interest in multimedia, fashion, current editorial and historical photography, and with strong communication and interpersonal skills.”

Learn more about this art and photo intern, Lucky job or view all of the current Mediabistro design, art, and photo jobs.

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Cubes: Conde Nast Shows Off Its Lucky Side

Conde´ Nast recently hosted MediabistroTV at its Times Square offices. Lucky magazine style editor Lori Bergamotto walked the crew through the magazine’s offices revealing the hidden corners where nail polish and make-up are put through their paces, colors and fabric samples are checked by the art department, shoes and handbags await their close-ups and racks of outfits hang around waiting for their models.

Take a look at all the small parts that make up a big fashion magazine like Lucky.

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