There are new opportunities throughout Italy for seamstresses, pattern makers, but also sales staff and administrative staff. “We confirm and consolidate the positive trends reported in recent months,” says Cristina Lodi – Head of Fashion & Luxury Gi Group

With the new year and the approach of important events for the industry, the fashion confirms the trend in the early autumn of revitalization of the labor supply, in particular for technical profiles, specialized, experienced and for those who have a good knowledge of languages foreign, especially English, Russian, Chinese and Japanese. Indeed, Gi Group, the first Italian group in services for the labor market, reports on the whole Italian territory, and especially in Milan and Florence, over 200 job opportunities for seamstresses, model for the clothing industry, but also footwear and leather goods in general, involved in the color palette, as well as store managers, visual merchandisers, quality control managers, directors of outlets, involved in sales and showrooms, but also administrative and switchboard for major brand of Made in Italy and abroad.


In view of the important events in the sector, in particular of Pitti Uomo Florence and the presentations of the collections that will be held in January, we already have numerous job opportunities not only for professions related to the fashion shows, but also for the more commercial profiles , as directors of outlets, store managers and office product which are an increasingly strategic role and on which companies are investing, to escape from the crisis that, in 2009, forced him to suffering the entire industry. ” Researches open at this time are meant especially for experienced staff, although depending on the types of professions ranging skills required, in particular, for the professions more geared to sales is essential to have gained previous experience in the role in boutiques or upscale outlet shops, as well as learn at least one foreign language. Instead, as regards the professions related to the fashion shows and the presentation of the collections in showrooms, such as testifier, the personnel at the color chart and the seamstresses are required strong technical skills and practices that enable you to work with very tight deadlines.