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Ladieswear Designer

Womanswear Wovens Designer - Supplier - Germany - Salary up to £45k per annum

Short description intro...

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for this for a Womanswear Woven Designer to join this leading high street supplier.

About the company...

Our client is an established supplier based in Germany but also has offices in China, Barcelona and London who design and manufacture on-trend Ladieswear to popular fashion retail outlets.

About the Senior Design role...

Looking for Senior Soft Woven Womenswear designer to work on formal product, Blouses, Dresses ect. To work closely with the Account Manager to grow existing and potential business, by designing and presenting trend focused, yet commercial product, specific to the customer.

Must have sound knowledge of fabric and catwalks/trends. T

Regular customer meetings and daily liaison to develop strong relationships at Buyer and Buying Director level

Presenting and selling of ranges to the customer

Fabric sourcing- finding the newest fabrics at trade shows and fabric fairs

Overseeing development of all sampling ensuring deadlines are met

Sound awareness of all ordered product

Range planning- using all relevant research and catwalk information to build customer specific ranges

Create TP's ensuring sufficient information is provided

Directional/Comparative shopping trips

Development trips to overseas factories

About you…

Excellent commercial and business knowledge

PC literate with good administration skills

Effective written and verbal communication skills

Formal Training in Design

Pattern drafting and draping skills will be an advantage

Freedom Factor

This is a great opportunity to join this well respected company and be a part of their creative team working across trend led accounts for the UK high street.

Call to Action: If this Design role interests you, please click the 'Apply' button and submit your cv and portfolio and quote reference DJM58047

£35000 - £45000 per annum




Ladieswear Designer


Published on 14 May 2019