He'd like to be the editor of a fashion magazine, so he wrote a letter straight to Anna asking for an internship. Maybe it was his love for black patent leather YSL high-tops and Calvin Klein cashmere, or maybe it was his day job (which earns him $2 million a season), but Sean got the gig.
It's anticipated that he'll work with a number of editors, including Hamish Bowles, and maybe on Men's Vogue, as well. But two things are for sure — he gets to do all the glamorous intern tasks (making copies, messengering clothes) and he doesn't have to worry about the pay. No one said fashion was fair.