By  on June 6, 2008

It's that time again: interns are swarming the halls of publishing companies across the city, eager to learn, work hard and make memorable impressions on the higher-ups.

And once they arrive, editors know how to spot them: "You always know the first day of a new crop," said Ann Shoket, editor in chief of Seventeen. "It's a bunch of girls dressed to the nines that want to make a really strong impression. They're wearing heels, ridiculously short skirts, they've got their new handbag, makeup done, their hair done. They're definitely dressed to see and be seen."

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