Associate Designer – Men’s

Everlane

We spend months finding the best factories around the world—the very same ones that produce your favorite designer labels. We visit them often, and build strong personal relationships with the owners.

 

  • Report to the Men’s Design Lead in the creation of men’s apparel
  • Build inspirational concepts and mood boards for product creation
  • Hand sketch and create mock up designs on Illustrator for line review
  • Work closely with the technical design and product development team to be able to communicate the vision behind the products
  • Communicate with factories to express the product details for samples creation

The Qualifications

 

  • 3+ years of experience in men’s product
  • Bachelor’s degree from top Fashion Design program
  • Proficient in Illustrator and Photoshop with an understanding of PLMA
  • Minimalist aesthetic with an eye toward detail and hand feel
  • Research skills, coupled with industry awareness and knowledge of contemporary brands
  • Obsessed with fashion and industrial design
  • Positive energy with an ability to take feedback and work in a fast paced environment
  • Well crafted organizational skills
  • Excited about learning from your supervisor and other team members
  • Respectful and supportive of team effort and teamwork

At Everlane, we’re rethinking the way retail works. We have no physical stores, no middlemen taking their cut and no brand markups. Instead, we design our own luxury basics and sell them exclusively at Everlane.com. Since launching in November 2011, Everlane has attracted over 600,000 members and has been featured in The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Economist, Elle, and GQ.

Please note before submitting an application: as a company, we take hiring very seriously. Interviewing with Everlane may include video and phone interviews, written projects, and/or on-site interviews. Although we are unable to follow-up with each and every applicant, we do our best to run a thorough process for candidates with whom we identify a potential fit.
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