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Recap of Style Nine to Five’s Fashion Career Workshop

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

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Call it a coincidence, but Style Nine to Five’s first-ever Fashion Career Workshop coincided with the same week as the eight-year anniversary of the launch of Style Nine to Five.  Not to toot our own horn or anything, but our first workshop was a huge success.Style Nine to Five Fashion Career Workshop


All attendees arrived ready to learn and eager to ask the questions, excited to learn how to get closer to landing the fashion job of their dreams. Style Nine to Five founder, Christie Lohr greeted students with delicious donuts from Cartems and Miriam Alden, founder of Brunette the Label, provided adorable mugs for everyone to take home to celebrate the workshop.

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Once the workshop kicked into high gear, Christie took the group of bright-eyed and fashion-forward attendees through the do’s and don’ts of cover letter and resume writing, and even shared her personal insight into how to stand out of applicants. 


With one-on-one guidance, everyone was able to craft their resumes and cover letters to the exact job they wanted, and Christie provided each student with the contacts they needed to reach out to land the job. Not only were the attendees able to make the perfect resume, but they were also given tips to help them succeed in the fashion industry.


The feedback from the group of students has been outstanding. They loved the information they were given to further themselves in the industry, as well as making life-long connections with Christie.

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For anyone trying to make their way into the fashion industry, this workshop is everything you need. Make sure you don’t miss out on our next one for great insight into the fashion industry, one-on-one time with Christie, and of course, coffee and donuts.

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By Megan Renaud, Vancouver

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Fashion Career Workshop with Style Nine to Five Founder Christie Lohr

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

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Have you ever wanted to find a career in the fashion industry? Well, now you can be one step closer to landing your dream job because Style Nine to Five is hosting its first Fashion Career Workshop in Vancouver this month.


On March 24, our founder Christie Lohr will be hosting a career workshop at Brain Station, where attendees will learn in two hours what they might learn attending fashion school. During the workshop, Christie will be sharing everything she’s learned in her career.


The core focus of the workshop is to enlighten and inform creative women and men around key topics surrounding landing your dream job in the fashion industry.


You know the ‘Fashion Experts’ on TV? Want to be a stylist for the movies or magazines? Learn what first step you should take! Or if you’re already in the industry but aren’t progressing, Christie will tell you how!


During the workshop, attendees will get to share what company they would like to work for and Christie will help facilitate an introduction. She will also help attendees write an amazing resume and cover letter and teach them what it takes to stand out from other applicants.

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Event Details

When: March 24, 2018, 10AM-12PM


Where: BrainStation, #400 – 455 Granville, Classroom C. If you’re early, or want to chat after class, there’s a coffee shop downstairs called Quantum.


What to bring: Your laptop, an idea of what company you want to work for, and your current cover letter and resume (saved on your computer is fine).


Price: The workshop is $149 and tickets can be purchased online here. Keep in mind that there are only 12 spots and they’re expected to sell fast!