Anciela LTD

Design Studio Assistant

Anciela is looking for a Studio Assistant to work alongside the Creative Director in the development of womenswear collections and the day to day activities in our London based studio.

In this role, you would get a unique chance to be involved in every stage of the design process from idea to final sample. You will learn basic pattern cutting and sampling skills as well as developing hand embellishments such as embroidery, beading and macrame.

You will also get to assist in the production of the photoshoots and video campaigns for the collections to be showcased during London Fashion Week and buyers.

This could be a valuable step to get into the Fashion industry either for future employment or future entrepreneurial projects.

As a brand that was founded with a strong sense of heritage and community, we play an important role in supporting and showcasing young creatives, our aim is to bring and connect people from different backgrounds together through Fashion.

Employer

Anciela

Location

North London/ Remote

Hours

25 Hours

Salary

£10.85 (London Living Wage)

You must be aged 16-24 years old, and unemployed and claiming Universal Credit.

Basic machine and hand sewing skills are required.

A Fashion Degree is desirable but not essential

In this role, you would get a unique chance to be involved in every stage of the design process from idea to final sample.

You will learn basic pattern cutting and sampling skills as well as developing hand embellishments such as embroidery, beading and macrame.

You will also get to assist in the production of the photoshoots and video campaigns for the collections to be showcased during London Fashion Week and buyers.

This could be a valuable step to get into the Fashion industry either for future employment or future entrepreneurial projects.

This programme is being delivered as part of the government’s Kickstart Scheme.

To be eligible to apply you must be aged 18 – 24 and claiming universal credit.

Read more about the Kickstart scheme here.