Anthropologie Designer- Cut & Sew Knits

Anthropologie
Philadelphia, PA, USA
Posted 6 days ago
Full timeRetail Apparel and Fashion
Title

Designer, Cut & Sew Knits

Reports to

Executive Design Director

Supervises

Assistant/Associate Designers

Overview

The Designer will create unique and innovative product relative to the seasonal concepts and appropriate for the Anthropologie customer.

Responsibilities

  • Initiate and complete line plan requirements on a seasonal basis ensuring that the product is consistent with the market trends and business strategy
  • Research emerging trends and inspiration as they relate to the Anthropologie product
  • Contribute to finding inspiration based upon the concept direction
  • Supervise the Assistant/Associate Designers and delegate responsibilities to support the workload
  • Globally source and shop raw materials markets and partner with PD to develop them within pricing guidelines
  • Communicate style details to PD and collaborate with Technical Design to set-up specifications for confirmed silhouettes
  • Partner with PD on the status of styles in development on a daily basis to ensure product execution meets design specifications
  • Attend weekly fittings and all relevant design meetings
  • Travel to factories for development and execution of programs as needed
  • Develop, train, and lead the Assistant and Associate Designers

Qualifications

  • Highly creative with the ability to recognize and forecast fashion and cultural trends as they relate to the Anthropologie customer.
  • Expert knowledge of garment construction, knit and woven fabrics, trims, washes with the ability to mock and drape on dress forms.
  • Detailed understanding of the Knit and woven manufacturing process and technique
  • Ability to respond to business objectives with creative, innovative, and commercial design solutions
  • Strong organizational and leadership skills with the ability to multitask in fast paced environment
  • Energetic team player with excellent communication skills to effectively collaborate with partners in Design, Buying, PD, and Production.
  • Proficient computer skills of Microsoft Office, Photoshop, and Illustrator, Web Pdm is a plus
  • Must have at least 7 years of experience in knit top and/or soft woven design

Education

Bachelor’s Degree in Fashion, Business, or a related field.

Location

Philadelphia, PA

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