Interns have had a reputation as office mattresses for quite a while now, and the recent spate of intern-whoring at magazines is only making matters worse. First Teen Vogue creates an entire brand around a couple of marginally-intelligent and barely legal blondes, and then last week, Blackbook realized the viral marketing success of Aussie editorial intern and subway object of affection Camille Hayton and decided to sell out their adorable marketing intern by offering a dream date with her. Now, Canadian mag Flare is looking for a fashion intern. The catch is that to apply, applicants must send in a video pitch, which will be voted on by flare.com's readers.
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