The Pour Moi team is growing fast and we’re looking for more passionate people to help our customers feel fabulous! Could you be part of the Pour Moi team?

Our Story


From when we sold our very first bra way back in 2005, to today when we sell one approximately every 30 seconds, passion and playfulness is at the heart of everything we do.  Our team is not the only thing about Pour Moi that’s expanding! Our range has grown along with us to include clothing, sportswear, nightwear and hosiery with exciting new developments planned for future seasons.  

Our predicted annual turnover is £25 million, making us one of the leading brands in lingerie and swimwear. With sales increasing year on year, it means we need more brilliant people who share our passion, to join in with the next part of our story.   


Before you decide to work somewhere new, you’ll want to know a bit more about the company to find out if it’s a good fit for you. So, to show off our best bits, we’ve put together a list of all the perks you can expect when you join Pour Moi.  

Central offices in Brighton 

Sunday night blues? What are they? Funny, friendly colleagues will make your Mondays much less painful. And then there’s our location. Want to go for a quick dip in the sea before work? Love to listen to a wild soundtrack - the noise of the local seagulls. Our Brighton offices let you do all this, plus they’re handy for the train station (and nipping to all the quirky independent shops in your lunch break).  


Annual Bonus Scheme

Sharing the same goals helps us work together as a team. So, to make sure everyone’s on board, we offer a generous annual bonus scheme. After all, success is always better when you share it.   


Exclusive Discounts

Got friends? We’ve got discounts. Whether you want to treat yourself to leggings or your mum to slippers, you'll receive an exclusive discount on all Pour Moi products.  

Flexible Working

Dolly Parton may have worked nine to five, but you don’t have to. We’re all about being healthy and happy here at Pour Moi so we’re open to a chat about flexible working.  

See our vacancies below: 

Junior Designer - Lingerie & Swimwear

What you’ll be doing.

Main responsibilities…

  • Designing commercial Lingerie, Swimwear & Sports ranges which fit with the Pour Moi Brand handwriting, and with an awareness of price architecture, margins and selling prices
  • Working alongside the design team to research and collate global trends, colour palettes and seasonal fabric direction
  • Creation of innovative designs that can be made technically up to a J cup size & 22 dress size.
  • Create concise design packs to go out to the factories, with clear understanding of garment construction.
  • Work alongside the BMD team to capitalise on opportunities for further development within the ranges.
  • In depth research to identify the latest key trends to inspire and develop new ranges
  • Work closely with the technical team on fitting and technical development, follow design from concept to first fits. Provide recommendations to maintain the delivery of the original aesthetic vision
  • Sourcing seasonal fabrics, laces, embroideries and componentry
  • Liaise with factories on product development ensuring everything is delivered to critical path.
  • Working closely with Beachwear and Nightwear teams to deliver cohesive collections
  • Day to day maintenance of the design room.
  • Ability to create and manipulate prints.

Main requirements:

  • Minimum of 1-2 years proven commercial design experience within a fuller bust lingerie and/or cup sized swimwear retailer or supplier
  • Strong technical contour skills
  • Strong understanding of fabric, fit, and garment make up to ensure product integrity
  • Possess a commercial eye for print, pattern and colour.
  • Keen attention to detail
  • Adaptable, with the ability to prioritise and multi task
  • Ability to perform under pressure and in a fast paced environment
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to communicate clearly, effectively, and appropriately with colleagues, suppliers and others at all levels.
  • Highly proficient in Adobe Suite (lllustrator/Photoshop)
  • Ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team, with strong organisational skills and a positive can do attitude
  • Deputise for Design Manager as required

To read more and to apply for this role click here