Miss FQ in one sentence... For millennials, by millennials.
How did you get started in Bauer and at Miss FQ? I began as an intern (like Ashleigh), working for Home magazine and Your Home & Garden magazine. From there, I was an editorial assistant at Cleo then Next and Good Health Choices before working on the launch of Miss FQ as the digital and associate editor.
I get to meet so many talented young women who work hard at their hustle — they inspire me daily! I’m so passionate about the Miss FQ voice we’ve curated and I’m proud to work for a brand that shares positive and empowering content.
What goes through your head when choosing an outfit in the morning?
‘Can I take this from the office, to a client meeting, to an Insta-worthy photographed event?’ I check my calendar every morning before I leave for work, but the world of media is hella spontaneous so I have to be prepared! What are your swear-by beauty products? Trilogy Everything Balm, $27.99 Benefit Roller Lash, $22 Oribe Gold Lust Dry Shampoo, $72 MAC Lipstick in Lady Danger, $40
HOW TO LAND A JOB STAND OUT WITH THESE TIPS FROM PHOEBE WATT
×× Perfect your CV. It sounds obvious but thorough proof-reading and clear, consistent and professional formatting goes such a long way. And speaking of professional, don’t include a photo unless specifically asked — in which case, keep the Rsa-pour of rosé out of the shot. ×× Tailor your cover letter to the job you are applying for. Templates can be a useful starting point but it says nothing (or everything?) about you if it’s obvious that all you’ve done is dropped the company’s name into your greeting. If it’s a job you really want, it shouldn’t be that hard for you to think about why. Say you’re applying for a job at Miss FQ. Mentioning a shoot or piece of content that truly resonated with you will get you so much further than a generic statement about it being “an exciting title at the forefront of fashion” — and not just because we love hearing good things about ourselves.