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Dear (name of Stylist),
I am writing in regards to your advertisement in (name of publication) for the position of Intern for Fashion Stylist with (name of company/magazine etc.)
I have been passionate about fashion throughout my adolescent teenage years and into adulthood. My fashion sense soon got noticed at school at an early age and my style became popular amongst my fellow classmates, which spread within our school. This lead to me becoming the school's official fashion stylist for school productions (plays and fashion shows), something that they didn't have prior to my time at (name of school).
I was very proud of my achievements that stemmed from my passion for trends and colours and simply being me. I decided to follow through with my interest in the industry and further my studies at university, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in (name of degree).
During University, I held a part time job as assistant to the editor at (name) Magazine. I participated in numerous fashion shows, meeting and forging relationships with industry professionals and wardrobe reviewing for up-coming photo shoots.
I would very much like to broaden my experience and have the opportunity to work towards being a fashion stylist. I believe that I am made for this position, with my natural flair and absorption of street trends as well as thinking outside of the box.
My Resume is enclosed with further information regarding my history and education.
I hope that it appeals to you and that we may be able to meet in person to discuss things further.
Thank you in advance,
Fashion Stylist cover letter (for an intern) by FreeSampleLetter