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Jessica Good

Jessica Good

On my boat

Female

shoedesigner - I love the internet!
http://www.shoedesign.co.uk
http://twitter.com/shoedesigner
http://shoenista.blogspot.com/

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  • Comment on: Internacionale teeters on brink of administration

    Jessica Good's comment 3 July 2013 1:00 pm

    My mum is still mourning the loss of Au Naturale, even now, bless her!

  • Comment on: Exclusive: Ark poised to enter administration

    Jessica Good's comment 3 July 2013 12:59 pm

    Whoever it is, it is always sad. We ain't out of the woods yet are we?

  • Comment on: Why no wifi Pitti?

    Jessica Good's comment 29 June 2013 2:07 pm

    MICAM, a few years ago, when it was in the old fairgrounds. We already had wifi everywhere in London by then.
    I needed to send an email and went to the information centre to find out if there was a hotspot at the fair. I remembered the response. 'What is the Wifi?' :D
    C'mon Italy, do keep up!

  • Comment on: Bread & Butter unveils plans for womenswear hall

    Jessica Good's comment 14 January 2013 7:26 pm

    They had a womenswear hall in the past, what are they on about? I remember there being one, I didn't imagine it. :D

  • Comment on: Arcadia interns paid a year after working

    Jessica Good's comment 1 June 2012 3:08 pm

    When I graduated internships didn't exist. I got a minimum wage job as a junior designer and just about scraped by.
    As I don't come from a wealthy family there is no way I'd have been able to become an intern had I graduated now.
    I would need to eat, you know, it's not about wanting something badly enough, it's about not starving to death.
    If you make someone work and you don't pay them you are basically telling them they are worthless.
    I've never heard of accountants and lawyers doing unpaid internships but in fashion you get it all the time. Would you ask your accountant to do a 'free trial or project to see if he was good enough?' Wonder what he would say? :D
    Lest we forget that unpaid internships are actually illegal in the UK, funny that this article doesn't mention this. Note to Philip Green, you're supposed to pay them as well you know. Don't forget that bit :)

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