Accessories Jewelry Designer

Maison Margiela

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Accessories Jewelry Designer, Maison Margiela


Paris, France


Executive / Coordinator


Design (Garments & Accessories)



Full-time, Salary Unspecified

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Job Description

The designer will work inside the jewelry, accessories department assisting the head of design.The role requires creative and technical abilities as well as hands on work.


  • Translating the vision built collectively, and design/create products for the core and seasonal collections
  • Iconographies and vintage sharp research
  • Preparing mood boards and presentations
  • Creating 3D drawings and renderings, technical drawings and spec sheets
  • Producing Documents for production and merchandising teams
  • Keeping collection overviews up to date and ensuring communication flow with both development and merchandising teams
  • Visiting suppliers and development teams to follow up prototypes

The Ideal Candidate

  • Bachelor’s degree within Design / jewelry
  • Minimum of 3 years' professional experience as an accessory’s designer preferably from luxury fashion brands
  • knowledge in jewelry construction
  • Drawing ability and highly proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign
  • Communication skills in written and spoken English, additional language skill is a merit
  • Self-motivated, organized, precise, autonomous
  • Proficiency in French English Italian is a plus

Language skills

  1. English, Full professional proficiency

About Us

Maison Margiela is a French fashion house founded in Paris in 1988 by Belgian designer Martin Margiela.

Both masculine and feminine, oftentimes fusing the two genders, the brand’s universe can be described as conceptual and enigmatic, mysterious and iconoclast. Today, the House is recognized internationally for its unique approach to modern elegance. 

Since 2014, the Maison thrives under the guidance of Creative Director Mr. John Galliano. He reveals a new aesthetic, marrying his own poetic vision with the codes of the house of Margiela.