• Work closely with the Visual Merchandising Manager on window displays and visual merchandising directions for Hong Kong & Macau
• Support the overall visual merchandising in-season process and visit stores as required to ensure consistent excellence of visual presentation standards, and consistent roll-out of all departmental visual merchandising strategies
• Assist to implement and execute display / merchandising direction in retail stores on a daily basis
• Provide feedback and recommendations on product style, mix and consistency of all visual programs in all stores
• Monitor and provide VM training and guidelines for all stores
• Source and prepare props for window and store functions
• Responsible for VM tools maintenance and upkeep
• Liaise with key cross-functional business partners, including Retail Operations, Store Planning and Merchandising
• Assist in other ad hoc duties and projects
• Degree holder in Visual Merchandising, Art, Graphic Design or related disciplines
• Minimum 3 years of proven experience in the field of Visual Merchandising
• Knowledgeable of VM techniques, window set up, in-store display and styling
• Enthusiastic for fashion industry, with creativity and strong commercial sense
• Fast-learner, self-motivated, mature and able to work under pressure
• Good command of both written and spoken English and Chinese (Cantonese & Putonghua)
• Proficient in computer skills and multimedia applications including Excel, PowerPoint, AutoCAD and Photoshop
• Travel is required
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