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Merchandiser, Pucci


Milano, Italy


Executive / Coordinator


Merchandising & Allocation



Full-time, Salary Unspecified

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Job Description

The Merchandiser is responsible to support the Sn Merchandising Manager in the definition of the product offers and price targets of RTW collections. She/He also may have the direct responsibilities for few categories upon experience level.

Main activities and responsibilities:

  • Cooperate in the definition of seasonal collection plan, both numerical &quantitative
  • Working closely with the product office and the studio design during the collection development
  • Analyzes and reports on sales (by market, channel-RTL&WHL-, product, etc.)
  • Follow-up reports weekly sell-thru for RTL and Dept. Stores
  • Follow up markets and areas need for the channels RTL and WHL
  • Work on all stages of pre-editing and editing of collection.
  • Support during the pricing activities
  • Work with the Retail on identification of creative and innovative ways to increase sales
  • He/she realizes for each season price comparisons to ensure market competitiveness and purposeful in the pricing of new products and new ideas to increase product supply

The Ideal Candidate

  • 1-3 years experience in the role, within the Fashion/Luxury Sector
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent required
  • Strong passion and sensibility for WRTW product
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills
  • Excellent communication and negotiation skills
  • Great team player
  • Flexible and open minded approach, able to work in a very dynamic environment
  • Goal oriented approach, multitasking
  • Exellent Computer skills (Excel)
  • Fluent English and Italian

Language skills

  1. English, Full professional proficiency
  2. Italian, Native or bilingual proficiency

About Us

Emilio Pucci

The Emilio Pucci maison was founded in 1947 by the Marquis Emilio Pucci, a dashing Florentine aristocrat. He was crowned “The Prince of Prints” by the international fashion press, who were smitten by his exuberantly colored prints and simple, effortless designs, so radical for that time. 

Ever an innovator, Pucci was one of the first designers to apply his design talent to non-fashion lifestyle projects.

The company was owned and managed by Emilio Pucci and, later, by his daughter Laudomia until 2000, when the LVMH Group purchased 67% of the brand, with the Pucci family retaining 33% ownership.

Backed by the Group, the brand has since embarked upon a rapid expansion and now has a global network of over 50 monobrand stores, including its online flagships. The brand is headquartered in the historic centre of Florence, in the Pucci family’s Renaissance-era Palazzo, which also houses the Pucci Foundation and the maison’s archives.

It is operating from its offices in Milan and Castel Maggiore, close to Bologna.