The internship winner will receive
A week-long, paid internship with Fame and Partners (including travel + accommodations) in Los Angeles
Membership to The Fame Society, Fame and Partners’ influencer network
A week-long paid internship with The Everygirl (including travel + accommodations) in Chicago
A feature on Fame and Partners’
blog & social media channels
A $2,000 gift card to
Fame and Partners
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Fame and Partners is a company dedicated to empowering women and girls.
As the world’s first personalized, made-to-order fashion label, we encourage
women to customize a look that suits their individual style and reduce
fashion’s impact on the environment by producing every order on-demand.
Additionally, Fame and Partners donates $5 of every sale to women's
empowerment initiatives in partnership with UN Women and Plan
International. We're more than just a pretty dress.
About the Judges
Emily Luciano, Blogger,
Emily Luciano is a New York City based fashion blogger and the founder of Lovely Luciano. Emily began blogging just over two years ago and uses her blog as a creative outlet to write about all things fashion and beauty. She has been passionate about the fashion industry from a young age and is so excited about the opportunity to help inspire young fashionistas.
Jamie Chung, Blogger,
What The Chung
Jamie Chung is an actress and blogger that was born and raised in San Francisco. Her most recent work includes Academy Award winning animation "Big Hero 6", ABC’s “Once Upon a Time" as Mulan, and she will star as Blink in the upcoming FOX TV X-Men series "the Gifted." She also produced and starred in her own film “It’s Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong.” In her spare time she enjoys blogging on “What the Chung” about what is inspiring her at the moment.
Designer and Stylist
Maria Bernad is a Madrid-based stylist and influencer who is known for her eclectic style and love for modernism with a vintage twist. Born in Valencia, the 21-year-old's interest in fashion began at a young age thanks to her mother and grandmother's collection of vintage clothing. She recently received a degree in Fashion Design and co-founded the online vintage store, Les Fleurs. To create, endlessly, is her motto.
Nyree Corby, Founder and CEO, Fame and Partners
Nyree Corby is a female entrepreneur with a social conscience. She founded her first business at 21; by the age of 24 she was leading her second company to millions of dollars in revenue and running game-changing projects. A string of accolades followed including a nod from the B&T Achiever of the Year panel (2007) and Telstra’s Young Businesswoman of the Year (2008). Nyree founded Fame and Partners in 2013 to disrupt mainstream fashion and deliver perfectly-fitted, sustainably-produced dresses to women across the globe.
Alaina Kaczmarski, Co-founder and editor at The Everygirl
A Chicago native, Alaina graduated from the Newhouse School of Journalism at Syracuse University in 2008 with dreams of being a magazine editor in New York City. After a year working in Washington D.C. she started her blog, Live Creating Yourself, and began writing about everything she loved and slowly started establishing a new network of creatives and industry professionals.
Before long, she met fellow blogger Danielle Moss and the two shared a goal of creating something to inspire women like themselves, who had endless dreams but no idea where to begin. With a minuscule budget but impressive work ethic, the new friends launched The Everygirl in February 2012. Last year Alaina was named 20 In Their 20s by Crain’s Chicago Business.
Danielle Moss, Co-founder and editor at The Everygirl
Danielle was born and raised in Los Angeles and graduated from University of California Santa Barbara with a degree in Sociology. After feeling pretty lost for most of her 20s, she started her blog, Breakfast at Toast, in 2007, with the hopes of documenting her life and hopefully finding some inspiration. She taught herself some code and learned a few things in photoshop and within a few months, had launched her own graphic design studio.
Once her business became more established, she realized it was time for a change and decided to make the Midwest her new home the following year. Danielle met Alaina through blogging and one year after moving to Chicago, they officially teamed up to launch what would be The Everygirl.