A CEO is willing to pay a talented fashion designer £40,000 to travel around the world with her – and create bespoke outfits fit for high-powered meetings and ‘casual events’.
The successful candidate will also be asked to rustle up clothing for her two Pomeranian pups.
The CEO, who refers to herself as ‘Jan’, contacted Sewport.com to help her secure a sidekick.
A CEO is willing to pay a talented fashion designer £40,000 to travel around the world with her – and create bespoke outfits fit for high-powered meetings and ‘casual events’ (stock image)
In an email posted online by the fashion manufacturing startup, Jan listed East Asia, North America, Europe and Australia as ‘a few’ of the definite destinations on the itinerary for the first 12 months.
Perks will include paid-for food, accommodation, travel and design materials in addition to the competitive salary itself.
The elusive CEO goes on to explain she is looking for ‘tailor-made trendy outfits’ to suit both formal and casual occasions.
Example excursions for her custom couture include business meetings, horse racing in Dubai, and dinner with family and friends.
And she adds: ‘I enjoy wearing matching outfits with my two Pomeranias as a bit of fun, so my designer will need to tailor some clothes for them, too.’
While Jan’s schedule means a 50-hour work week might be necessary from time to time, she also explains the role would sometimes take up as little as ten hours per week.
The CEO, who refers to herself as ‘Jan’, contacted Sewport.com to help her secure a sidekick
The CEO said she fired her former personal stylist for ‘repeated creative clashes and a loss of confidence in their ability’.
With this in mind, she has specified the search for an experienced but young fashion designer with fresh ideas.
Boris Hodakel, founder of Sewport.com founder, says: ‘We often get some quite weird and wonderful requests – however it’s been a while since we’ve had anything this enticing!
‘After receiving the email request we realised this was definitely something we could help with – even if it is slightly different to our normal way of working.’
So far, the job has only received 12 applications.
If you’re ready to ‘channel [her] unique sense of style’ for a jet-setting living, apply here.
In her emailed job ad, Jan explains she is looking for ‘tailor-made trendy outfits’ for herself and, at times, matching ensembles for her two Pomeranian pups