Thank you for your help :)
Today is Anne’s last day at Studio JUX as an intern. Of course she will be visiting us as often as possible, but she won’t be there every day anymore.
We are happy that we had her with us for 6months and wish her all the best for the future.
Because we wanted to make her last day special, we made her the star of the day, so here a short interview with her.
What do you study? Where?
Fashion and Branding at the Amsterdam Fashion Institute.
What is your favorite book?
“Een schitterend gebrek” from Arthur Japin. It provokes your imagination.
What clothing piece is on your wishlist?
The black jumpsuit from JUX, but it’s for winter 2013, so I have to wait for a while.
What makes you happy?
Sunshine, music, being creative, good food and honest people.
What did you do at Studio Jux?
I made a brandbook and helped out with graphic design and marketing. It is a small growing company, so I had to do a lot of different things. Caring boxes and counting stock is also part of the deal.
Why did you choose for Studio JUX as an internship place?
I really do like fashion, but I don’t like the fashion world. I think it is to superficial, sometimes. It’s all about looking nice and being seen. So I searched for a company that is in fashion, but also is good for the world. During this internship I had the feeling of doing good not only for myself, but also for the world.
What did you like at Studio JUX and what did you not like that much here?
I really liked that I was part of everything that was going on in the company. We work really close to each other, there is a lot of interaction. I could hear what was happening around me, and this is why I could learn a lot about how things work in business. We work all in one space, so it was quite hectic some days. I have a little problem with my concentration, so I was easily distracted. I like hectic more than regularity, so I’m glad that I managed to work in a surrounding like this. What I’m definitely not going to miss are the extreme cold toilets :)). There’s no heater on the hallway or on the toilet, because our office is in an old school building. (Going to the toilet wasn’t really a treat.
How do you feel now that you leave and it is your last day?
It’s not my last day. Maybe my official last day of the internship, but I will return here to help and do stuff. I’m not good in saying goodbye, so we celebrate that I was in the office very often and now I’m only going to be here less often.
Where are we going to find you in 5years?
Somewhere on this planet? No, I’m not really a planner. I hope that I will have my own company one day, but I don’t know if that is reachable in 5 years. I think a will first work for several companies to gather the needed experience. After my graduation at AMFI I will first do a Master study in Sociology, because I’m very interested in trends and the way people act and influence each other. It is a big part of branding, so it is for me a logical step forward. I’m 21 years old and I have a long working life ahead waiting for me.