For Love & Lemons is currently seeking Design Interns for Fall 2017 in our downtown Los Angeles studio. Interns are a vital part of our design team, and work one-on-one with pattern-makers in development of For Love & Lemons collections.


This intensive internship focuses on preparing students for a career in the industry - they are exposed to everything from draping, patterning, sample making, illustrating, sourcing, production cycles, etc.  It is a wonderful company for passionate enthusiastic students. Students work closely with design team and pattern making team on all divisions of the brand: ready to wear, sweaters, swimwear, and SKIVVIES (lingerie), and baby.


Applicants should be students and be pursuing a degree in Fashion Design or a similar discipline. Those who have already graduated and are not currently enrolled in a University need not apply. We are looking for interns who are familiar and enthusiastic about the brand, and want an in-depth look at how collections come together. Applicants should have strong cutting, sewing, and pattern making skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are a must, as well as a keen eye for detail. 

Please submit resume to Students with strong portfolios will be given special consideration.





For Love & Lemons is currently seeking a Technical Design Intern for Fall 2017. The Tech Design intern will assist the Senior Technical Designer to ensure that all designs translate properly to garments. We work exclusively in downtown Los Angeles and sample all of our fits in-house. We are looking for a super-efficient, hard-working intern with a keen eye for detail. The Tech Intern will help to ensure our clothes look and fit great and are made at the highest level of quality standards. The role includes assisting the fit process from design to release, including PPs and TOPs, generating very clear measurements of each fit, generating tech packs, and working closely with our design and development departments. 


Work closely with Technical Design and Product Development to ensure that designs are translated correctly.

Create thorough tech packs with sketches, complete construction details, and enter key measurements.


Must be a student pursuing a degree in Technical Design, Product Development, Fashion Design, or a similar discipline. Those who have graduated need not apply

Must have a basic understanding of garment construction and fabric types

Must have a basic knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel 

Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills 

Must be willing to work in a fast-paced fashion environment

Please submit resume to Students with examples of Tech Packs will be given special consideration




Don't see your position listed on this page? Apply anyway and we will hold onto your resume in case something opens up in the future.