skip to Main Content


Senior Designer Girls’ wear

Buying / Merchandising / Design
Remuneration: £Attractive
Location: London & Remote Working
Ref. No: BA003153

May 2021 be your year for career progression!  This is an opportunity with a well established company to take responsibility for designing fashion clothing for tots to teens! A business that is a supplier of fashion clothing to different  multiple retailers & supermarket groups.

Responsibilities of the Senior Designer will include:

Carrying out  trend research and designing product that reflects market trends in fabric, colourways and shape. Creating commercial design ranges  and also  working to design briefs for retail buyers.

Managing the development process and providing the technical specifications for sampling & production purposes .

Building strong ongoing business relationships and being a great team worker –  internally and externally.  Giving presentations with the sales team via video and when practical in person.

Travel to trade shows and for market research when it is safe to do so.

The Person:

It is important to have a strong fashion design background with children’s clothing . As a  senior designer of older and younger girls wear ,  you will need to be  competent using Adobe software. Confident to present by video as well as in person and have previous experience of supervising or managing other designers..

Previous experience of designing for the mass market is essential and it is expected that you will have at least 5 years industry experience . The position is London based  with remote working as needed.

Good career scope. As the Company have a  London studio you will need to be based within commuting distance and have the right to live and work within the UK .                                                                  In the first instance please forward an up to date CV with a small  file selection of design work.

Contact us in confidence for current & future opportunities.


    Examples of companies where great talent has been introduced:

    Back To Top