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Announcing Dolls Kill, Costa Brazil and Hush

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This week, we are pleased to introduce three new partners on BoF Careers.

Dolls Kill is a fashion brand with head offices in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Founded in 2011 by former DJ Shoddy Lynn and her partner Bobby Farahi, the brand started within rave and EDM subcultures, offering platform shoes, fishnet unitards and other festival-style pieces. Dolls Kill today has over 5 million social media followers and raised a total capital of over $60 million to date. The brand is hiring for a personal assistant to the founders, an assistant apparel designer and director of digital design, among other roles.

Costa Brazil is a clean, luxury skincare and aroma concept founded in 2018 by longtime Calvin Klein creative director Francisco Costa, whose career also includes working for Oscar de la Renta and Tom Ford for Gucci. Acquired by Biotech Company Amyris in 2021, it is sold through the likes of Net-a-Porter and Harrods. Costa Brazil is recruiting for an associate director of copy and a digital and e-commerce director, among other roles in New York.

Founded in 2003, Hush is a fashion and lifestyle brand with products across womenswear, loungewear and accessories. Hush has an international team of more than 100 employees. Sold through their e-commerce business, the brand also has concessions in over 30 John Lewis & Partners stores across the UK alongside pop-up shops. Hust is looking for an SEO manager, a designer and a buyer in London, with more roles available.

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