The GIII Apparel Group

  • Technical Designer - Social Dresses

  • Overview

    GIII Apparel Group is a leading manufacturer and distributor of apparel and accessories under licensed brands, owned brands and private label brands with an entrepreneurial culture that flows throughout the comprehensive portfolio of over 30 licensed and proprietary brands, including Andrew Marc, Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Kenneth Cole, Cole Haan, Guess?, Tommy Hilfiger, Karl Lagerfeld, Levi's, Dockers, Jessica Simpson, Vince Camuto, Ellen Tracy, Kensie, Ivanka Trump, and G.H. Bass, among others.


    GIII also has licenses with the four major professional sports leagues, as well as over 100 U.S. colleges and universities. In addition, G-III currently designs, manufactures and markets an extensive range of apparel, including outerwear, dresses, sportswear, beachwear, women's suits and women's performance wear, as well as luggage and women's handbags, small leather goods and various accessories.


    GIII Apparel Group is currently seeking a Technical Designer – Social Dresses to join its team based in New York City!


    • Creating Technical packages and send out to vendors.
    • Daily communication with overseas office.
    • Tracking samples and ready / send dates and updating production chart on the daily basis.
    • Coordinate with merchandising on production issues.
    • Answering factory’s query and problem solving during production.
    • Attend fittings and taking detailed notes in the fitting.
    • Inform factory on style’s technical details / construction.
    • Making technical sketches.
    • Issuing grade rules.
    • Measuring fit samples and preparing for fittings.


    • Bachelor degree in fashion Design.
    • 5 years working experience as Technical Designer.
    • Computer skills: Microsoft excel /Microsoft word / Microsoft office / Lotus notes / Microsoft photo edition.
    • Experience in Dresses a must.


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