Wholesale Assistant Internship
David Koma is a Georgian born, London based fashion designer who has become synonymous with the ultra body contouring silhouette. Creating sculptural statement dresses inspired by the feminine form, it is this design element that has projected the young designer onto the international stage.
After studying Fine Art in St Petersburg and showing his first collection at the age of 15, Koma moved to London in 2003 to take up a place at the prestigious Central St Martins College of Art and Design.
It was here that he channelled his love of fashion and honed his design skills to create his signature look. He completed his BA in Fashion Design and graduated with a distinction in MA Fashion in April 2009 under the mentorship of late Professor Louise Wilson, OBE.
Straight after graduation David Koma launched his eponymous label and is a participant of London Fashion Week.
In December 2013 David was appointed as Creative Director of French house Thierry Mugler. He left the House in December 2017
We are looking for a motivated student willing to intern within our sales department for 3 to 6 months internship starting end of May 2019 in our East London Studio.
You will be joining our sales team in the lead up to the market for RE20 and SS20 seasons.
Candidates should have an understanding of positioning of fashion brands and their targets.
The intern will support the sales department in their daily tasks and assist with benchmarks and analysis. Key tasks include:
-sending emails with a presentation
-updating the database
Languages are a plus. It's a hands-on fashion experience within an international team.
- Interest and education in fashion
- Highly organised, enthusiastic and motivated
- Meticulous attention to details
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- High Computer Literacy in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
- International business, Fashion Marketing students
- Knowledge of Photoshop and Indesign is a plus
- Fluent English
Graduated are not accepted - students only. Internship should be a part of your course.