Lucky Brand Dungarees, Inc.

Designer - Knits, Sweaters & Graphics

Country – State – City US-CA-Los Angeles
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Location: Company
Corporate Lucky Office - Santa Fe
Design - Apparel


Lucky Brand is true blue American. Born and bred in Los Angeles, Lucky shipped its first pair of vintage-inspired jeans in 1990 and quickly became known as a pioneer and innovator in the world of modern denim. Synonymous with the easy Southern California lifestyle and the fearless American spirit, Lucky Brand creates great fitting, good quality, distinctively Lucky jeans and fashion that works with the American lifestyle. Our collections are carried at better department and specialty stores and over 200 of our company-owned stores across the U.S.A., as well as online at Rooted in Americana, Lucky Brand is inspired by active Californian types like surfers, cowboys, artists, musicians, and photographers, as well as anyone who embodies our fun-loving, friendly vibe.


The Designer is responsible for conceptualization and design of solutions from concept to completion. This position must have a thorough understanding of materials to maximize accessories designs. Such design should appropriately reflect Lucky Brand.



  • Manage associate and assistant designers – guide and encourage growth, conduct performance reviews, mentor and coach
  • Bring cohesive, seasonal, thoughtful, brand right, strategic ideas to concept
  • Interface/communicate with production and merchandising
  • Research and develop to stay aware of evolution of trend, competition and our customer
  • Design into specific price point based on business, costing and merchant direction
  • Develop illustrations/sketches/washes
  • Make decisions related to your product category, such as fit, wash, fabric, embellishments
  • Bring newness/innovation to product category
  • Oversee all tech packs
  • Attend fittings when needed
  • Create inspiration boards and concepts
  • Present line
  • Travel overseas as needed


Required Skills:

  • 4-6 years experience in apparel industry
  • Degree in Apparel or Fashion
  • Experience with CAD, Photoshop and Microsoft Office programs
  • Flat sketching skills
  • Re-coloring
  • Presentation skills
  • Pattern knowledge, layout and repeats
  • In-depth knowledge of garment construction
  • Working knowledge of costing
  • Knowledge of the wash/dye process, embellishments and different fabrics
  • Able to adapt to a fast pace ever changing environment
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to clearly articulate a point of view


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