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When I left my job for six years (it was my first employer after graduation), the only goal I had in mind was turning my fashion magazine dream into reality; being a Fashion Editor to be exact. Without proper experience, I felt the pathway towards realizing that dream was not easy at all. Countless resumes sent until I landed a job as a Studio Manager/ Fashion Assistant to a fashion house. My boss advised that her business might not be in publication, but through her connections, I will be able to expand my network.

Sending resumes to magazines did not stop there. After a few months, that sought after email finally arrived. It was  not a proper job offer, but an opportunity to be an intern in the now defunct L'Officiel Manila, a franchise to the notable fashion glossy based in France. It was one of the firsts in the industry, dating back to 1921.

The experience gave me a real-life grasp of what it's like to be in the shoes of Andrea from the The Devil Wears Prada minus the bi…

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