Jobs in the world's biggest fashion companies
A.P.CCreated by Jean Touitou in 1987, A.P.C. is a French clothing brand, authentic and accessible by way of its style, prices and philosophy. While A.P.C. First gained renown for its classic jeans in raw denim, the brand now offers a complete collection of men's and women's clothing and accessories that embodies a simple, casual elegance. Jean Touitou works with his wife, Judith Touitou, artistic director of A.P.C.
American VintageAmerican Vintage is the story of honest fashion expressed in a familiar language: an ode to simplicity whose distinctive hallmarks - nuanced pastel tones, delicate materials and minimalist cuts inspired by the American school sportswear wardrobe - pronounce a foreword of modernity.
AWWGFounded in 2006, AWWG is the global fashion group that integrates the iconic brands Pepe Jeans London, Hackett, and Façonnable, and is the brand agency for Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein in Spain and Portugal. AWWG currently has more than 500 stores and 5.000 points of sale, with a presence in 54 countries globally and a workforce of more than 4.200 employees. The group is defined by its brands and its people. AWWG has a strong international community with a large experience in the fashion business that is committed, passionate, and believes in AWWG´s vision that it is possible to change the world for the better.
Benetton UK LtdUnited Colors of Benetton is the clothing brand renowned worldwide for its colors, knitwear expertise and social commitment. A blend of Italian style and global research, United Colors of Benetton collections present on trend, quality outfits, respecting the environment and with the goal of creating a brighter future for all humans.
BurberryBurberry designs, produces and sells products under the Burberry brand. Product conception, design and development are housed in Burberry’s London headquarters. Fabrics and other materials are sourced from, and finished products manufactured at, both Company-owned facilities in the UK and through an external supplier network, predominantly located in Europe. Marketing content and programs, traditional and digital, are developed internally to communicate brand and product attributes to consumers.
Claire'sClaire’s, retailer of accessories and jewellery, was founded in 1961 as Fashion Tress Industries (FTI) by Rowland Schaefer. FTI focused on fashion wigs. In 1973 Fashion Tress acquired Claire’s, a jewelry chain. The new firm was named Claire’s stores, Inc. Claire's sell accessories geared towards tweens, teens, and young adults. The collection carries jewellry, accessories, hair accessoiries and make-up. In 2011 claires.com was launched.
DAMUR#DAMUR, we are constantly hosting a progressive discussion between high-end fashion and streetwear. #DAMUR is inspired by Berlin and is thoughtfully designed and constructed. Each collection opens up a new social dialogue with the public. Our asymmetric designs are unique and constructed with seductively luxurious fabrics and quality finishings. We always stand out from the crowd.
DieselDIESEL is the extra-ordinary fashion brand rooted in denim mastery. Is a truly worldwide organization, a tribe where extra-ordinary people work together to enable business success and to realize their full potential, passion and competencies.