At Everlane, we want the right choice to be as easy as putting on a great T-shirt. That’s why we partner with ethical factories around the world. Work with high-quality and more sustainably sourced materials. And share the true cost of every product we make. But there's a lot more work to be done, and we're excited to be growing a team of motivated humans that are up for the challenge.

The Everlane Creative team connects marketing and business objectives to the creative heartbeat of the brand. Made up of over 20 thinkers and makers, the team provides a vision and a framework for work that directly engages our customers, from product campaigns, to retail to e-commerce to social media and beyond. Key brand codes such as transparency, accessibility, and inclusivity inform our work and guide our unique culture. The Concept Director will be a critical leader within this function, collaborating with Merchandising, Marketing, and our Product Design teams daily. 

Reporting to the Chief Creative Officer, the Creative Director will own high-visibility projects from start to finish, lead a hungry team of designers, and develop a fresh point of view on the brand. 

 

Your day-to-day:

  • Directs, manages, inspires, and motivates designers, copywriters, and a photo studio team.
  • Guides process and provides conceptual vision with executional acumen.
  • Works to maintain consistency and quality for Everlane across all touchpoints. 
  • Thinks strategically and connects design and creative thinking back to specific business use cases.
  • Collaborate with the marketing and E-Commerce teams in developing marketing plans, analyzing results, and identifying opportunities.
  • Owns the design calendar through milestone achievement and ensures all design team members execute within timelines and budgets.
  • Analyze brand tracking, market trends, consumer needs, and the competitor landscape.
  • Prioritize work and resources across engagements, based on short- and long-term needs, and develop schedules by collaborating with designers and production artists.
  • Conduct brainstorming sessions with the creative team, maintaining strategic thinking to develop innovative and actionable initiatives in a fiscally responsible manner.
  • Produce fresh, innovative work that translates complex ideas into compelling print materials and digital experiences for sophisticated audiences.
  • Works closely with the Chief Creative Officer, keeping them informed and in the loop on all project and team-related developments.
  • Able to clearly articulate creative ideas and points of view to cross-functional teams.

 

We'd love to hear from you if you have:

  • Ideally 12+ years of print and digital design experience, preferably in-house or at a creative agency.
  • Expert sense and hands-on comprehension of type, layout, and design fundamentals.
  • Passionate about art direction and image creation for both stills and motion.
  • Deep knowledge of photography and visual culture.
  • A strong appreciation of fashion trends, brands, styling, and product creation.



The Fine Print:

California Resident:  At Everlane, we carefully consider a wide range of compensation factors, including your background and experience. These considerations can cause your compensation to vary. The annual compensation range for this role is $145,000 - $170,000. This range is based on the Los Angeles geographic area and the actual pay may vary depending on your skills, qualifications, experience, and geographic location. 

 

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