Garment Designer

Broken Planet
London, UK
Posted 26 days ago
Full time

Broken Planet (@brokenplanet) is among the fastest-growing streetwear brands in the UK. By combining fashion and sustainability, Broken Planet was able to attain 250,000 customers worldwide and have accumulated a million followers on across social media platforms in just 3 years. Space-themed elements, Earth-tone colors and puff prints are signatures and distinctive. Broken Planet features that make the brand unique. However, one of the most important aspects of a brand is its sustainability and ethical standards. Every product is made of organic cotton or recycled materials and under ethical/fair working conditions.

Exponential growth brings more opportunities as well as challenges, therefore Broken Planet is looking for talented and passionate individuals to join the team. We are looking for people with diverse skills and perspectives who empower teamwork and celebrate differences. We believe these are important attributes in creating an inclusive environment for everyone.


Our London Head Office is based in Hackney Wick, a vibrant and creative area, which is growing rapidly and is soon to be one of the fashion hotspots in London.


We are looking for a talented and experienced Garment Designer who will play an important role in developing and sampling new Broken Planet products. The ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of streetwear, women's and menswear design and development. 

You will work closely with and lead other members of the design team in creating and developing new collections, garments, concepts, prints and patterns from brainstorming the ideas to the final product.


  • Ensure that the product ranges are developed in line with the creative vision of the brand founders.
  • Design and develop a range of products and collections.
  • Plan the vision for seasons through extensive research for future drops alongside the brand founders and design team.
  • Prepare for the on-time execution of each collection from sampling to complete handover to production.
  • Continually strive to find innovative fabrics, trims, prints, finishes and techniques.


  • A minimum of 3 years of industry experience
  • You have an expert knowledge of fabric development, garment construction, and fit.
  • You have a strong knowledge of fabric and pattern development.
  • Advanced knowledge of Photoshop and Illustrator.


  • Competitive salary.
  • 33-day holidays per year plus holiday trading.
  • Flexible working environment and more.

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