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Fashion Designer - Manchester

Your new company
A young and stylish fashion brand who have major growth plans are looking for a Ladieswear Designer to join the team. They are a fast fashion company who target the 18-30 year old market and boast celebrity collaborations. The teamwork from a modern head office in Manchester.

Your new role
You will be part of a motivated and driven team where within the role you are responsible for Design, development and forecasting trends across ladies multi product. You will create mood boards, complete trend research and colour pallets. You will also take your ideas from concept, creating initial specifications right through to production. You will also build strong relationships with your team and with the buying and merchandising team. You will work on a short turn around but also be focusing on planning future ranges and trends for each season.

What you'll need to succeed
You will need to have Design experience working within a similar role. You will also need to have a young and trend led handwriting and have worked across ladies' multi-product. They are looking for someone who is passionate, hardworking and can meet deadlines.

What you'll get in return
You will be part of a successful and expanding team, who are offering a highly competitive salary circa. £30,000. The role is a 12 month maternity cover but they are offering fantastic benefits and are based within Manchester.

What you need to do now
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£27000.00 - £33000.00 per annum



0161 228 6252


Manchester, UK

Published on 22 Mar 2019