Welcome to episode six of _How To Go To Work,_ the podcast that accompanies the book _How To Go To Work_ (Penguin, 2020). Each week authors Lucy Clayton and Steven Haines will be asking guest to take us right back to the beginning of their career. We’re not interested in stellar success stories or show off narratives – this is a show about the start of things. However famous our guests are, we start with their Saturday job. Tracking the progress from early work experience through to guest’s current professional life, we examine what was learnt on the way, how the journey developed, how people are held back or inspired further. This week’s guest is [Rosie Vogel-Eades](https://www.vogue.co.uk/profile/rosie-vogel-eades). She’s the Bookings Editor of British Vogue, where she regularly works with the industry’s most eminent talent. She’s central to the creation of so many iconic images and in addition to her role at British Vogue she’s a sought-after casting director working on shows and advertising campaigns for fashion’s finest. She works with a range of artists from emerging to the most established. Join Lucy and Rosie as they talk about breaking into a notoriously tough industry, tips for being a brilliant intern and why you should never say “passion for fashion” in a cover letter. * [How To Go To Work: The honest advice no one ever tells you at the start of your career — published by Penguin](https://www.amazon.co.uk/How-Go-Work-Honest-Advice/dp/0241399467/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1580036511&sr=8-1) * [Follow Rosie on Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/mrsvoguester/) Email or follow the show on Twitter, @[howtogotowork](https://twitter.com/howtogotowork/). This podcast is produced by [Origin](https://origin.fm/).
03/09/20 • 46 min
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