Free People Temporary Concept Designer

United States
Posted 2 days ago

Job description

Free People began its journey in 1970, in a modest West Philadelphia storefront, offering plants and records, along with a few pieces of clothing. Though the name was changed to Urban Outfitters just a year later, Free People was revived as the company’s wholesale label in 1984. And it hasn’t looked back since.

The eclectic assortment quickly assembled behind it a fiercely loyal fan base, and this fueled the opening of FP’s first brick-and-mortar store in Paramus, NJ in 2002, along with the birth of in 2004, and the first mail-order catalog, which arrived in homes during the summer of 2005.

All the while, Free People has dedicated its energies to building a close-knit relationship with the FP community and continues to seek out new ways to foster and elevate this unique and meaningful bond.


Concept Designer

Reports to

Creative Fashion Director


The Free People Associate Concept Designer’s responsibility is to support the Concept Team in identifying and communicating seasonal trend direction to inspire the Free People Design Team by researching current fashion trends as they apply to the Free People customer across multiple categories and generating visual content while providing the assistance needed to communicate those trends through the creation of trend presentations and publications.


  • Contribute a unique creative perspective on current fashion trends.
  • Research trend direction in the areas of Color, Print, Graphics, Embellishment, Wash, Fabric, Silhouette, Shoes and Design Details as they relate to the Free People customer.
  • Compile visual content and build strong trend guides that visually document and communicate seasonal trends to Design team and cross functional partners in trend categories of ownership.

  • Maintain effective communication with design teams regarding trend presentation dates, concept packet publication and sample distribution.
  • Attend MSR’s for both Wholesale & Retail as well as Sales meetings to keep up with current selling info, buying needs and to help in identifying categories that need trend support.
Job Skills

  • Advanced knowledge of Adobe InDesign
  • Highly organized and efficient
  • Self-starter and solution seeker
  • Ability to thrive in a fast paced and team-based environment
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Photoshop and CAD skills a plus

Bachelor’s Degree in Fashion, Graphic Design, Merchandising, or similar discipline.


Hybrid in person (Philadelphia PA Home Office) or Full-time Remote

The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.



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