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Lead Stylist & Designer

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Fantasy Fashions Lingerie Boutique
A locally owned women's intimate apparel boutique is looking for a full time Lead Stylist & Designer.
Our boutique is open 12PM- 8PM Monday- Friday, Saturday 10AM-8PM, and Sunday by Appointment only. The lead stylist is responsible for many of these hours with a few part time employees filling in as needed (an estimated total of 40-50hrs/week, but will depend on special events, part time employees, and trade convention travel).
Job duties include day to day sales, Fashion Buying, Inventory Management, fashion styling, customer fittings, interior decoration, retail display design, social media, advertising, and occasional Event management (fair booths, fashion shows, publicity events).
Job requirements include a bachelor's degree or equivalent experience, an excellent customer service oriented personality, exceptional communication skills, an artistically inclined individual, the ability to lift 50lbs, reliable transportation, the ability to work independently, an interest in the fashion industry, passion for the job, willingness to learn, and a flexible schedule.
Sewing skills highly preferred, but not required.
The Lead Stylist has the opportunity to expand the business and take charge of several projects, including an in-store fashion design line, in-store-fashion photography, online sales, and more. This is a great opportunity for a recently graduated costume design, fashion design, or art student/young professional seeking to utilize their talents to build a working portfolio. The lead stylist and designer position is an excellent job for the self-motivated, jack of all trades type looking for a unique resume building position.
Compensation includes housing and a weekly salary dependent upon experience. Immediate start date, as soon as possible. Interested candidates should respond to this ad with a resume, references, a brief cover letter, and salary requirements. Please email with any questions.

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