Job Locations US-CA-Burbank
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  • Overview and Responsibilities

    The Jr. Stylist will assist the Style Director in various projects, events, and photo shoots.  The Style Director maintains individual style by understanding trends in the fashion, retail, teen and tween space and applying them in relatable ways to the projects at hand.  The Jr. Stylist will be key to helping achieve that vision.




    The Jr. Stylist's duties include providing support in the following areas: shopping, returns, fittings, alterations, wardrobe delivery, and – most importantly – supporting the Style Director so that the overall looks are camera-ready and appropriate while the shoot or project is ongoing.


    Specific responsibilities include:

    • Wardrobe selection: Once a project is greenlit, the creative vision for the project is discussed in detail and relayed to the Style Director, who then must translate that brief into a visual representation. The Style Director will be shopping for multiple projects at any given time, so it is imperative that the Jr. Stylist work in lock-step in order to finish projects on time and on budget. It is imperative that the Jr. Stylist be detail oriented - keeping track of strict budgets and timelines is critical.
    • Preparation and Supervision: The Jr. Stylist will assist the Style Director in transporting wardrobe, prepping it, and maintaining the integrity of the wardrobe throughout shooting.
    • Returns: The Jr. Stylist will assist in organizing and returning all unused wardrobe after a shoot. Stringent adherence to store guidelines is necessary.
    • Wrap of Project: After returns are complete, receipts must be organized and reports generated to wrap the project officially using internal systems.

    Basic Qualifications

    • 1-3 years of styling or retailer experience in the kid’s space
    • Must have valid driver’s license and own transportation
    • Incredible attention to detail and organization skills
    • Current understanding of, and passion for, fashion trends, and ability to translate those trends into kid-appropriate style
    • Must be thorough with numbers and budgets
    • Must thrive under pressure and be able to prioritize in fast-paced environment
    • Team-player and collaborative


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