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Girlswear Designer - Multi-Products

Job Title: Girlswear Designer - Multi-Products
Contract Type: Full Time
Location: London, England
Salary: £35000 - £40000 per annum
REF: 3627_1644938250
Contact Name: Joanna Nathan
Contact Email:
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

We have a great role for an experienced Multi Product Girlswear designer to work for an established supplier of fashion-led, innovative childrenswear.

Our client supply large scale retailers across the high street and supermarkets and are going from strength to strength in the Girlswear market.

They are looking for a designer with multi product Girlswear age 0-16 years' experience to join their growing team and work on commercial product ranges for girls.

This is a permanent role with a lovely company based in Central London offering hybrid work.

Main Responsibilities will include:

  • Research new trends, shapes, fabrics and develop Girlswear commercial designs
  • Developing seasonal trend boards and creating bespoke customer trend boards
  • Identifying new opportunities with new fabrications shapes
  • Building and maintaining customer relationships as well as understanding their brand needs
  • Produce customer-specific trend boards whilst continually looking to innovate with exciting new product design/development
  • Work with the team to ensure critical path dates and deadlines are met

Person specification:

  • Strong Girlswear designs are essential for this role
  • Previous experience working on woven dresses is beneficial
  • Be able to work closely and efficiently in a fast-paced fashion environment
  • Innovate new ideas for customers
  • Keeping up to date with research to develop business
  • Be confident in presenting trends and design developments internally and professionally
  • Have good communication skills with a positive and accommodating attitude
  • Establish productive working relationships with commercial managers and team members
  • Be able to work on own initiative, prioritise workload and work under pressure to meet deadlines
  • The ability to use Photoshop and Illustrator is essential