Having spent the past 15 years creating a mini fashion world grounded in classic American roots – fashioned with a twist – it’s clear that Steven Alan has quietly emerged an uncommon fashion pioneer. Upon opening his first retail store in 1994, Steven sold pieces from an eclectic group of emerging designers, becoming known for his keen eye. Building on his reputation for scouting the most intriguing young designers, the Steven Alan Showroom opened in 1996. Steven’s knack for the modern reinterpretation of classics garnered him an impressive roster of designers on the rise, and the Showroom now represents 20 designers of clothing, handbags and other accessories.
The launch of Steven Alan’s first collection in 1999, including his now-signature Reverse Seam Shirt, created a loyal following for Steven’s unique brand of casual, smart, self-assured essentials for both men and women. Steven now sells his collections at eight eponymous New York stores, and in 2008 introduced three locations in Southern California. The Steven Alan Collection also reaches a global audience, and is now sold in over 300 stores worldwide.
Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Create trim sheets
• Arrange production trims for each factory
• Create WIP report
• Visit factories on a daily basis to pick up or drop off samples, trims, fabrics, etc.
• Manage and organize trim shelf
• Occasional filing
• Organized and detail oriented
• Basic understanding of production process
• Self motivated
• Team player
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office
Interns should be able to start immediately and commit 4-5 days a week to the position for a minimum of 3 months. Although the position is unpaid, school credit can be given.
Please submit your resume along with salary requirements in MS Word format to email@example.com with the position title in the subject line.
Our website is: www.stevenalan.com
We look forward to receiving your resume.
Position is located in New York.