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Girlswear Designer

The Company

Our client is a leading Licensed Garment supplier to the high street. They now have an exciting opportunity available within their business for a Girlswear Designer, with licensed product experience. 

Girlswear Designer  - The Role:

  • Designing mostly pre school but age range from 12 mths to 15 years and some ladies 
  • Produce designs to be sold to retailers- in line with brand directions and fashion trends.
  • Meeting clients, licensors or account managers to discuss the objectives and requirements of design tasks.
  • Interpreting the needs of each client and develop a concept to suit their purpose.
  • Monitor competitor’s designs in the marketplace, with a view to gaining industry reputation as being “The Best “.
  • Producing packaging layouts for licenses ready for production.
  • Working closely with the in-house printers and designers to ensure graphics are being translated into prints in the most efficient, productive & economic way possible.
  • Coordinating customer buying samples
  • Acting as licensing franchise design contact for specific licenses (lead franchise designer) Downloading style guide updating, maintaining packaging and communicating licensing information to the team.

Girlswear Designer  The Candidate:

  • Be educated to degree level at least, in relevant qualification  
  • Have experience using design tools and software
  • Must be a self-starter, proactive, self-motivated to succeed.
  • Must be articulate and capable of communicating complex information to teams and individuals of differing levels of experience and education.
  • Must be able to use own initiative to gain a business advantage.

Girlswear Designer - The Package:

- Competitive depending on experience

Please note that due to the anticipated interest in these roles only short listed candidates will be contacted
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Competitive dependant on experience

Girlswear Designer

Leicestershire, UK

Published on 18 Jul 2019