Onepiece is a contemporary lifestyle brand specializing in high-end leisurewear. Candidate will be responsible for driving and managing brand communications through available channels, implementing a North American digital strategy of campaigns and seasonal initiatives, developing content across all platforms, and evaluating results to make informed future decisions.
Onepiece has grown into a street brand with a global presence and seasonal collections of jumpsuits and casual wear. Onepiece is looking for experienced independent sales reps, which can develop new accounts at high-end department stores, specialty boutiques, and select e-tailers across the United States.
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The OnePiece is, as the name implies, a one piece sweatsuit type thing out of Norway. The brand describes the garment as "unique lifestyle leisureware, all about the chill out." It's priced between £80 to £120, comes in bright colors, bold patterns, and is marketed to young snowboarder types rather than couch potatoes. As the photos on the site indicate, if you're a hot young Norwegian who likes to goof around on the slopes or in a shopping cart, the OnePiece is for you. The site even notes that it's the perfect get up for recovering from a hangover. Agreed. OnePiece recently launched in the UK where it's developing something of a celeb/fashiony following. Melanie Rickey, Grazia's fashion editor-at-large, recently picked one up in Norway and tweet pic'ed her purchase noting, "Today I got this from Norway. Tomorrow I'm sending my slanket to Oxfam." Sadie Frost and Peaches Geldof have been spotted in the onesy. According to the Daily Mail, Frost says she's dolling them out for Christmas this year. Of course, we've already noted that Scandinavian brands are having a moment.