Mid-weight Graphic Designer (Retail/Fashion)

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  • London  
    £27,000 to 29,000 p/a  
  • Company
    Become Recruitment UK  
    Start date
  • Closing date
    15 March 2018  
    Posted on
    14 February 2018  

A fantastic opportunity for a Mid-weight Graphic Designer to join a creative agency (Central London), dedicated to the agency’s fashion and lifestyle accounts.

This role will be print-based and focuses on one key account for a large fashion retailer, although you have the opportunity to contribute to other projects with an editorial focus. For example, the work could be designing an advertorial for a magazine which includes 50 products as well as large-scale seasonal OOH advertising. You will be involved in the entire design process from creative and strategic brainstorming, right through to delivery.

You will have experience working on a fashion or lifestyle magazine, with a genuine interest in and an in-depth knowledge of fashion/trends/lifestyles/behaviour. The ability to create clean, sophisticated design layouts is a must.

The creative team (22 and counting) is collaborative, supportive, hardworking and sociable. The sharing of ideas, techniques and best practice is encouraged and promoted within the team with a view to delivering the best possible work every time.


If this sounds like you, send over your CV and portfolio ASAP!

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