The Global Nomad is sophisticated and eclectic.
She’s a woman of soul who wanders the world without hesitation.
She’s free spirited and fearless.
Her style is effortless and her purpose is boundless.
Haute Hippie Sales Stylist
The job of a Sales Associate includes selling, restocking and sometimes merchandising. They should also have excellent customer service and love the brand as they are the representation and whom the customers talk to. A Sales Associate should be able to take direction and work well in a team to meet the customer’s needs as well as their sales goals. Able to work in a fast paced environment and manage multiple tasks
• Passion and knowledge for the brand
• Previous retail experience
• Excellent customer service
• Help style customers
• Listen and communicate with customers
• Team player
• Work well with manager and other associates
• Flexible schedule
• Organized, and a self starter
In 2008, Founder and Creative Director, Trish Wescoat Pound, sought out to build a fashion house that is the articulation of a global nomad’s mindset and lifestyle. Believing that the Haute Hippie woman is eclectic, chic, and well-traveled, her goal was to create a brand and a line of clothing that was not only edgy and sophisticated, but also practical, versatile, and instantly wearable.
The company launched with five employees and operated out of Wescoat Pound’s one-bedroom apartment in Manhattan. Now, just four years later, the company has grown to over 50 employees, moved into an office in Manhattan’s Garment District, and has launched its second brand, Haute Hoodie, based on chic and classic comfort.
Haute Hippie’s retail presence is expanding rapidly. Currently, the brand has opened three boutiques in New York–in Soho, Madison Avenue, and East Hampton. Additionally, the collections are sold in over 300 stores across the United States worldwide.
Although Haute Hippie has expanded, high standards and attention to detail still hold true in every article of clothing. “I am committed to maintaining a non-corporate environment that is collaborative, inspiring, and inspired. That’s part of the reason we listen to rock and country music in the office and have dogs sleeping at our feet.”