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Announcing Alexander McQueen, Libertine, Casetify and Marla Aaron

Check out this week’s new partners and openings on BoF Careers, the global marketplace for fashion talent.
Alexander McQueen SS19 | Source: InDigital
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LONDON, United Kingdom — This week, we are pleased to introduce four new partners on BoF Careers.

Founded in 1992 by Lee Alexander McQueen, the namesake brand is synonymous with modern British couture, renowned for its strong identity and celebration of creativity. Sarah Burton, who was made head of design for womenswear in 2000 and creative director in 2010, continues Lee McQueen's legacy of producing critically acclaimed collections. Alexander McQueen seeks a press officer and senior menswear designer, among many more roles in London.

Launched in 2001 by Johnson Hartig, LA-based men's and women's ready-to-wear brand Libertine showcases Hartig's signature graphics, beadwork and crystal design. Libertine is an internationally recognised brand, cultivating collaborations with Damien Hirst, Goyard, Converse and Target. Libertine is looking for a product and development manager, as well as an in-house embellishment specialist in Los Angeles.

Casetify is the fastest-growing global tech accessories brand, reaching 1 in 7 millennials across 150 countries. The brand is now a global publisher and platform for creativity and customisation. Previously, Casetify has collaborated with Sarah Jessica Parker and Pharrell William, Colette, Nordstrom, and Anthropologie, alongside tech capsule collections with Saint Laurent and Thom Browne. Casetify seeks a copywriter and influencer marketing assistant in Hong Kong.


After a 25-year career as a global communications executive in Europe and the United States, Marla Aaron launched her namesake jewellery brand in 2013, which developed from one look into a collection of over 500 pieces. The collection was displayed in New York as part of the Museum of American Finance's 2016 exhibition "Gold: Worth its Weight." The brand also developed the #lockyourmom project, which gifts single mothers sterling silver Baby Heartlocks. Marla Aaron is looking for a customer experience associate in New York.

Here is a selection of the exciting opportunities on BoF Careers:

Digital Project Manager, Saint Laurent — Paris, France

Stitch 3D Apparel Lead, PVH — Amsterdam, Netherlands

Global Communications Executive, Farfetch — London, United Kingdom

Photo Production Assistant, Mytheresa — Munich, Germany

Director of Photography & Video Production, Ralph Lauren — New York, United States

Senior Graphic Designer, The RealReal — San Francisco, United States


Visual Merchandising Director, Louis Vuitton — New York, United States

VIP Director, Purple — Los Angeles, United States

Part-time Showroom Stylist, Nova Octo — New York, United States

General Merchandising Director for South East Asia and Australia, Valentino — Singapore

See all of our jobs and career-related content on BoF Careers, the global marketplace for fashion talent.

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