Are you a fashion enthusiast that loves to change the way our clothes look? Knitwear designers are people that plan and produce clothing, soft furnishings, and accessories.
They are the people behind beautiful designs, colors, and shapes of the clothes and accessories we put on every day. To become a knitwear designer, you need to first get a Bachelors Degree in Art and Design, Fashion and Textiles, Textile Design, or any other related field.
Are you a qualified knitwear designer and looking for a job? Read on to learn more about the best new knitwear design job opportunities.
Intermix in New York needs an associate knitwear designer. The ideal candidate should be bold, curious, and should want to be a part of an innovative approach to fashion.
Responsibilities include developing key trends and seasonal theme for yarns and silhouette appropriate to sweaters and fine gauge knitwear.
PVH Corp in New York needs an associate designer that will help in building the seasonal development of products from concept to completion in alignment with the division’s goals.
This includes supporting the design team in the creation of pattern and print, and using Photoshop to create silhouette. You must have prior experience working in sweaters or knitwear.
Tommy Hilfiger needs an assistant designer to assist other designers with all the aspects of design. You should offer a creative vision, sufficient knowledge of Photoshop and Illustrator, Web PDM/PLM, and maintain organization of all the needed materials for fittings and meetings.
Required qualifications are a college degree in Fashion Design and 2 years’ experience working in the fashion industry. Learn more about this job online.
Walmart in New York needs an associate apparel designer to work in men’s knits and sweaters. The selected candidate will partner with the Head of design and senior designer on creative tone, seasonal direction, and product assortment for sweaters, knits, and inner wear.
Other roles include conducting seasonal shopping, social media, online and consumer research to identify new trends, fabrics, silhouettes and techniques.
Summersalt: Product Development Manager
Summersalt needs a detail-oriented product development manager driven to produce sustainable, premium, high quality garments.
Key responsibilities include collaborating with the product development team on day-to-day communication with international factories, sourcing strategies, sample requests, and implementation of new processes.
You will also review weekly and monthly reports and maintain time and action calendars for external partners and internal teams.
Summersalt: Product Integrity Manager
Summersalt needs a product integrity manager that will maintain top testing and inspection processes and champion sustainability both externally with partners and internally.
Also, this role will manage 3rd party inspection and testing agency relationships so that Summersalt partners can adhere to guidelines for testing and inspection protocol.
Other responsibilities include managing onboard factory partners and collaborating with the marketing team to communicate the company’s sustainability.
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Rothy’s needs an associate technical designer to join their Product Development team. The selected candidate will assist the company’s technical designers in developing the next Rothy product.
Revolve is the next-generation fashion retailer for Generation Z and Millennial consumers. They are looking for a knitwear designer to join their team and utilize your organizational skills to support and assist the Design team with daily design-related and administrative tasks.
Roles include assisting with the design development process that involves actively finding solutions and different perspectives associated with design and supporting the Designer’s creative direction.
Rebecca Taylor in New York needs a Sweater Designer that will contribute to the development and design of sweaters and Cut and Sew Collections.
You must be highly creative, organized and ready to work in a fast paced and flexible environment. You will report to the Director Knits and Sweaters and work with other teams to build innovative and commercial collections.
Are you a qualified knitwear designer? Then the above jobs that we have listed should be considered. You must have a Bachelors Degree in Art and Design, Fashion and Design or any other related field, and you must have experience working in a textile setting.