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UPCOMING EVENTS

Internships in Fashion

What is it like to work or intern in the fashion industry?

October 29, 2019

Matilda Rosengren, Head of Marketing at GANT Benelux, will talk about the company’s current challenges, give insights and practical tips while reflecting back on her journey from intern to Head of Marketing at GANT.

This seminar will be split into 2 parts:

In the first part, Matilda will talk about her fast-paced career journey, looking back at her first internship to her current position as Head of Marketing at Gant. She will give tips on how to get that first internship, shine in it and cover post-internship possibilities.

The second part will feature Gant – an American Sportswear brand expanding rapidly in the Benelux market – and their newest marketing challenges. Who is today’s customer, target group, how does Gant target them and why 'Never Stop Learning' is the way there.

More information soon to come.

To attend this event, become a New Fashion Society member and get: 15% discount on your Annual Fashion Show ticket, early registrations for seminars and access to all our other events for only €5.


We hope to see you at the event and look forward to welcoming you to the New Fashion Society.

P.S. By attending this event, you agree that any photos/video that will be taken during the event including you, may be used for promotional purposes.

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Internships in Fashion

What is it like to work or intern in the fashion industry?

October 29, 2019

This event is split into two parts: first, Dr. Mariangela Lavanga will talk about the role of sustainability in fashion, as well as it's impact on the circular economy and then, there will be a CLOTHING SWAP at the Erasmus Sustainability Hub!

Dr. Mariangela Lavanga is a cultural and fashion economist, currently the lead partner, researcher and manager of “RE-FRAME FASHION", which involves piloting three new courses in fashion and sustainability, entrepreneurship, and heritage.

She is the programme co-ordinator of the prestigious International Master in Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship and the co-founder and co-coordinator of the first and successful academic Minor Fashion Industry in the Netherlands. Her research features the interrelations between creative industries, economy and cities from two perspectives - cultural economics and economic geography.

Circular economy, sustainability and fashion industry are at the core of her interests. Dr. Lavanga also lectures on Economics of Fashion; Design and Architecture; Honors Program Arts and Culture Studies on sustainability intermediaries in the fashion industry: Heritage and Fashion.

Furthermore, the lecture will be followed by a clothing swap at the Erasmus Sustainability Hub, where you will be able to bring you own clothes (and not only) and exchange them for someone else's!

To attend this event, become a New Fashion Society member and get: 15% discount on your Annual Fashion Show ticket, early registrations for seminars and access to all our other events for only €5. Link below:


https://www.thenewfashionsociety.com/become-a-member

We hope to see you at the event and look forward to welcoming you to the New Fashion Society.

P.S. By attending this event, you agree that any photos/video that will be taken during the event including you, may be used for promotional purposes.

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