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Announcing Thread, Andrea Fohrman and The Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency

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LONDON, United Kingdom — This week, we are pleased to introduce three new partners on BoF Careers.

Thread is a fashion-tech startup using algorithms and human stylists to help clients buy clothes online. The company was established in October 2013, with Vanity Fair's Elizabeth Saltzman as one of its advisors. It launched with men's style advisors and will soon encompass womenswear stylists too. Thread is seeking a freelance client stylist and a merchandiser in London.

Established in 2004, Andrea Fohrman's eponymous fine jewellery line is an independent company based in Los Angeles and sold through stockists including Net-a-Porter, Farfetch and Liberty's. Fohrman's designs have featured in Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and Elle. Andrea Fohrman is looking for a head of sales based in Los Angeles.

The Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency is a state-owned non-profit organisation established as a subsidiary of the Hungarian Tourism Agency in 2018 to provide professional assistance to the industry. The Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency collaborates with local and international organisations, educational institutions, the public and private sectors. Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency seeks a fashion PR manager and a fashion sales manager in Budapest.

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