Zandra Rhodes “Don’t see any job as beneath you. There is no such thing as a small job – only small people. The reality is, because of the credit crunch, there aren’t that many roles out there. If you have to go to a lesser job, do it with the best intentions, as you don’t know what it might lead to. All the best interns I’ve had working for me – like Philip Treacy and Matthew Williamson – would turn their hand to any task, even if it was just making a cup of tea.”
[Zandra Rhodes, quote from ‘Grazia’ magazine January 18, 2010]
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