It’s a stitch-up: CEO seeks personal designer to travel the world

Do you fancy swapping the world of recruitment for travelling the world as a personal stylist and clothing designer?

Well, if you’re a devotee of BBC2’s The Great British Sewing Bee, then all your dreams have come true. The Metro is reporting a CEO posted a £40k a year (+ perks and accommodation) job advert on garment production platform last week for a personal stylist and designer to travel the world.

The successful applicant will design and make tailor-made outfits for ‘Jan’, who placed the ad, for work meetings and social events, while travelling to destinations outside of the UK and Europe and across the globe.

Don’t pitter-pattern about and get stitched up – you’d better pin your colours to the cloth quickly to land this oh-sew marvellous roll [of cloth – stretching the puns now, Ed]…

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