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The Best Places To Work In Fashion

October 1, 2014 by Claudia Saide
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Maybe you just graduated from college (congrats!) or perhaps you’ve been working at a job that’s just not doing it for you anymore. Either way, you’re looking to immerse yourself in the thing you love most–fashion–at a company that is so wonderful you skip all the way to work in the morning. Enter our report of the “Best Places To Work In Fashion,” the holy grail for fashion loving careerists.

Whether you’re a newcomer to the fashion industry or a seasoned pro, wouldn’t you like to know the best places to work in this field? The offices where dogs and pets are welcomed and Summer Fridays are a given, and you have a 50% employee discount? Uh, yea. That sounds good. I’ll have that.

Click through the slideshow above to find out the best places to work in the fashion industry right now.

[Photos: Krupp Group courtesy of Ingalls Photography for Chad McPhail Design. Additional photos via Shutterstock and Zappos]

 

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