Becoming a Fashion [magazine] Editor?
ok, im in high school right now, and have my mind totally set on going into the fashion editing business after. I NEED HELP!!! What classes should I take? Any fashion tips I need in high school so I can get some practice? What kind of attitude do I need on the job? Can you say internship??? Let me know what's on your mind please I need advice. :]
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
You will need a college degree in journalism and 2-5 years of experience as a writer / reporter to become an editor. You would need the same to become the editor of a sports, hunting, hot rod, food and drink, yard care or "Regional" (San Francisco Live, Houston Doings . . .) magazine.
So, take the college prep course and ask your guidance counselors which colleges in your price range have a strong journalism program.
Your local newspaper may have a program for teens. Ask them. Your high school paper may let you do a fashion article.
Best of luck!
Learn to spell, too. The answer before me, "your aiming to high", meant "You're aiming too high . . ." but now he looks like a dufus. Your prose style sounds like you dot your i's with little hearts, but at least you didn't make any really bad grammatical mistakes.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Your aiming to high. Start with fashion contributor