got back in town and we thought, what better way to say 'welcome home' than another School Of Style Graduate Interview! This time we are catching up with Licelte Galvan who found us through the Simply Stylist event that Luke spoke at. Prior to her attendance at School Of Style, Licelte didn't...

. Being with Island Records and learning much about the marketing side of things with them, I realized the importance that marketing is to succeed in any type of business–including marketing the way you style and marketing yourself. SOS: Did you have experience in the fashion industry before...

SOS:What was the most shocking thing you learned? AH: The most shocking thing I learned was that the business side of styling is somewhat complex and that it can make or break you. SOS:Have you been able to find work since graduating from School Of Style? AH: Yes! I've assisted...

SOS: When did you graduate from School Of Style? AT: March 2011 SOS: Which classes did you take? AT: Class 1 and 2 in NYC! SOS: What was the most valuable thing you learned at School Of Style? AT: The Paperwork! I was so grateful for Luke and Laurens invaluable advice on how to...

OUR GRADS MAKE US SO PROUD!! Sara went from taking School Of Style Class 1, to interning for us, to working on some major jobs with some major stylists! I mean, hello ... assisting Interview magazine's Karl Temlper for a shoot with Tom Ford? Incredible! Sara has also worked on a Levi's...

School Of Style: Tell us a little bit about yourself? Erin Hendley: I am 23 years old from Kentucky. I got my degree in Fashion Merchandising at SIUC and just recently moved to New York to pursue the fashion industry. SOS: Did you have experience in the fashion industry before attending...

fashion editor for CHAOS Magazine as well as a personal style/fashion blogger for the site. I am also freelance assisting. However, the most important thing to note about myself is my obsession with my two cats, Puma & Nova. SOS: Did you have experience in the fashion industry before...

LOL! Since graduating from School Of Style (this past May) Macc has already been busy with work. Macc has worked with a pop star and an international model. Just goes to show that if you are persistent and really want it, you can work as a wardrobe stylists. School Of Style: Tell us a...

There's so much to it! SOS: What was the most shocking thing you learned? JP: The amount of work that's involved before and after they actual styling of people/shoots/shows. SOS: Have you been able to find work since graduating from School Of Style? JP: Yes, I've been so lucky to work...

Time to see how School of Style helped another aspiring stylist achieve their dreams. This week we are talking to Lexy Bundschuh, who went from 0 to 60 in a matter of months. Congrats, Lexy. School Of Style: Which classes did you take? Lexy Bundschuh: I took class 1,2,3 and the boot...

 

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