Internship Opportunities

All Fashion students have hands-on experiences during their time in Lasell's fashion design programs, including direct involvement in on- and off-campus fashion show productions, contact with industry professionals who provide consultations on academic projects, and international opportunities. Senior year capstone fashion courses include internships, many of which have turned into full-time jobs. Fashion internship locations have included:

  • 10 Crosby Derek Lam
  • 5th House PR.
  • Allegria Bridal
  • Ame & Lulu
  • Anny Taylor LOFT
  • Bee Unike Events
  • Bobby from Boston
  • Bride N' Belle Boutique
  • CBH Communications
  • Ceri Boutique
  • Coach
  • College Fashionista
  • David's Bridal
  • Denise Hajjar Boutique
  • Global Brands Group
  • Gossip Inc.
  • Haven
  • Hearts on Fire
  • Hetty Friedman Designs
  • Insitu Mobile Software LLC-Drezzapp
  • Isoude
  • Ivory Ella
  • J Lapuck Jewelry
  • J. Jill Group
  • Kenzie
  • Life is Good
  • Lindsay Tia
  • Marshalls
  • Mass Apparel
  • Nine West
  • Nordstrom
  • OKW Boutique
  • Olive & Bette's
  • Smiling Buttons
  • Splendid
  • Tahari Asl
  • TC Model Management
  • The Boston Cannons
  • The Buckle
  • The Gathering Magazine
  • The TJX Companies
  • Tobey Grey
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • TOMS Showroom
  • Urban Outfitters
  • VienneMilano LLC
  • Vince
  • Vision Retailing/Soft Shoe Company-H.H Brown
  • Vows
  • Watertown Children's Theater
  • Wayfair Photo Studio
  • Wired Gems-Independent Artist

Lasell students video conference with students from Shandong University of Art and Design (SUAD) in China.














In addition to internships, Lasell fashion students have the opportunity to learn the complexities of expanding into a global marketplace while studying abroad at such places as the Shandong University of Art and Design (SUAD) in China and Paris American Academy.

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