Fashion & Style Writers

ThreadWeather Style is looking for fashion & style writers!

ThreadWeather has an exciting opportunity for highly-motivated fashion & style editorial writers in the creation and production of a new online fashion magazine.

An Oakland, California based fashion lifestyle magazine and style discovery app. Our specialty and area of interest is seasonal style as it relates to comfort, beauty and seasonal weather conditions and our mission is to empower women everywhere to look and feel their very best no matter what Mother Nature sends their way.

A quick thinking, thick-skinned, diligent, and a deeply savvy culture vulture eager to sink your teeth into the tough-but-fun world of online magazine making and production. You’re self-motivated and can quickly produce clean, stylish copy. You have a strong editorial eye. You’re bursting with ideas. You have your finger on the pulse of emerging culture. You’re friends think you’re cool and you like online editorial sites like Fashionista, INTOTHEGLOSS, WhoWhatWear, Refinery29, The Zoe Report, ManRepeller, Well+Good

All published editorial will be attributed to you.


  • Researching existing and emerging fashion influencers, retailer, brands

  • Thrive on pitching content ideas

  • Arranging and transcribing fashion influencer, designer and brand interviews

  • Available for online or in person weekly meetings

  • Producing written content for ThreadWeather Style online magazine

  • Proofreading and copy-editing

  • Familiarity with all major social platforms

  • Helping grow our social media platforms

Job Type:
Equity employee this position is not paid in cash but is given an equity position. For example, a .25% equity position in Instagram when it sold to Facebook for 1 billion was worth 2.5 million and yes, we are that optimistic about what we are building :)

Request a 250 > 500 word assignment and show us what you can do.

Anywhere with internet access :)

Interested parties can contact Lily Albin at subject line “Fashion & Style Writer”

Patrick Albin