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  • We're recruiting for a new childrenswear designer & garment technologist role

    HELLO-TIGER-NEWSLETTERPiccalilly is one of the UK’s leading organic kidswear brands. We have recently expanded our ranges to also include womenswear and bedlinen. We design in the UK, manufacture (off-shore), import and export our own range of bright and colourful print led organic clothing using a transparent supply chain from field through to factory. Our organic clothes are GOTS certified and we are passionate about sustainability and environmentally sound methods of manufacturing.

    Piccalilly is based in the market town of Settle in the Yorkshire Dales. We launched to trade in 2006 and now have over 400 stockists in the UK, Europe and Worldwide.  We are looking for a new member to join our design team.

    The job

    This is a commercial and creative role within a small design team to help create our ethically manufactured baby and kidswear ranges and continue to strengthen our bright and colourful products which are known for their signature prints and fabulous functionality.

    • Working within the design team to design garments from Newborn up to 10 years
    • Grading new styles according to our sizing structure
    • Assist in creating mood boards and colour palettes each season
    • Assist in creating repeat prints, placement prints, embroidery and appliqué detailing
    • Assisting our illustrator and graphic designers to create themes and support the print process each season
    • Analysis of previous season ranges
    • Research current and future trends within the baby and kidswear market
    • Carry out competitor benchmarking

    You will need to have the following skills;

    • Strong print design skills
    • Excellent drawing skills and creative flair
    • Some experience using Adobe Creative Suite (or similar)
    • Working to strict deadlines
    • Fabulous communication skills
    • Be super organised
    • Have a strong eye for detail
    • A ‘can do’ attitude is a vital part of the Piccalilly ethos
    • Recent graduates will be considered

    What’s in it for you?

    • The opportunity to work within a fun and dynamic commercial business
    • Fabulous career and development opportunity

    If this job sounds like it’s for you please send your CV and covering letter to The Managing Director, Piccalilly Limited, Unit 1, Barrel Sykes Farmhouse, Langcliffe Road, Settle, North Yorkshire BD24 9LP or email [email protected]

    www.piccalilly.co.uk

    www.piccalillywholesale.com

  • Save the Rainforest

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    Part of the Piccalilly Way of doing things is to think about the detail of how we make our organic baby clothes and kidswear. This includes the print designs too. It's important that our prints say something and opening up discussions about subjects that are really close to our hearts such as the RAINFOREST. Our Summer 2019 collections explore the animals and birds that make up one of the earths oldest eco-systems.

    Why are we so passionate about rainforests?

    • 20 percent of the planet’s oxygen is produced by the Amazon Rainforest alone.
    • Rainforests are our best defence against climate change regulating global temperatures and weather patterns.
    • Rainforests are home to more than half the worlds animal species. Sadly, many of these species are fighting extinction, and their continued existence is crucial to maintaining the balance of the rainforests' efficient—but delicate—ecosystems.
    • Rainforests are critical to maintaining the Earth’s limited supply of drinking water, so they are critical for sustainability on earth.
    • Rainforests are the world’s pharmacy with 25% of all modern medicines derived from their flora.
    • Every minute the equivalent of thirty-six football fields is destroyed. Nearly half of the world’s original forest cover has now gone.
    • 90% of people living in extreme poverty worldwide depend on forests for their livelihoods.

    There are so many reasons to be passionate and fight for the rainforests. When it comes down to it, it’s really important to care and preserve them. If you think about how much of an impact the rainforests actually have on our life, even if we don’t live anywhere near a rainforest, you will really see the importance of keeping them around.

    Here are just a few things we can all do to help protect our rainforests;

    • Avoid palm oil, it’s a key contributor to rainforest deforestation.
    • Buy more responsibly. Choose bananas a coffee grown in a sustainable way that is safe for the environment, for wildlife, and for the communities where it is grown.
    • Create a habitat in your own garden for migrating birds
    • Use less paper and always recycle it. Choose products with the highest percentage of recycled content.

    Check out our new season organic baby and kids ranges featuring our new season Rainforest print designs.

  • New Fair Trade Knitwear for your Lovely Little People

    Winter is well and truly here; the days are darker, and the temperature has dropped considerably. This time of the year is busy with Bonfire Night celebrations, lantern parades and visits to Christmas markets so the cold shouldn’t stop you and your Lovely Little People from venturing outdoors and having fun. Our fabulous new range of fair trade kids knitwear is sure to keep them warm whilst out and about this season.

    This beautiful collection is fairly traded from Nepal and has been lovingly hand-crafted by home workers in local rural farming communities utilising traditional artisan skills. The knitwear is not factory made or mass-produced, each item has been made with a great deal of patience, love, and care. The knitwear production is village based with the knitters and artisans fitting knitwear production around their own family and work commitments. This additional work helps supplement their farming incomes, enabling them to stay within and support their local rural communities, rather than having to relocate to find jobs in the city. We are proud to support this work, by purchasing these products, we are helping keep families together by providing them with an additional income. The feltwork, hand finishing, and packing of the products are carried out by a small, family-run factory in Nepal who oversee all Piccalilly production.

    Our hat and mittens collection includes a gorgeous Bumble Bee, a very cute Sheep as well as our popular Ginger Fox and Pink Bunny designs. We are also super excited to introduce our range of slippers. Made from felted wool, these beautiful slippers will keep Lovely Little Feet warm and toasty this winter.

    Take a look at the full range on our site with all products available to buy individually or as part of a gift set!

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  • We're recruiting - Warehouse person required

    Piccalilly is one of the UK’s leading organic baby and kidswear brands. We design, manufacture (off-shore), import and export our own bright colourful and beautifully designed organic babywear. Piccalilly now has over 400 stockists in the UK, Europe and Worldwide.

    The job

    We’re looking for a very special person to take on a diverse role and join our growing team and full training will be provided. You will speedily pick and pack both trade and retail orders, working within the warehouse environment. The aim of the role is to support the growing activities of the sales team by efficiently dispatching goods to our customers in the UK, Europe and Worldwide. The role is diverse and includes;

    The role involves;

    • Managing stock
    • Co-ordinating storage within the warehouse and creating efficient use of space
    • Receipt and storage of incoming stock from suppliers
    • Picking, packing and processing orders
    • Quality checking items
    • Replenish picking stations
    • Weekly and monthly stock takes
    • Coordinating courier pick-ups and dispatch of orders through Royal Mail
    • Assisting the retail and wholesale teams with all aspects of sales order processing

    You will need to have the following skills;

    • Excellent time management skills and working to strict deadlines
    • Be super organised
    • Have good attention to detail
    • Great accuracy and numeracy
    • Computer literacy and data inputting skills including working on Excel spreadsheets
    • A ‘can do’ attitude is vital part of the Piccalilly ethos
    • Team player

    If this job sounds like it’s for you please send your CV and covering letter to The General Manager, Piccalilly Limited, Unit 1 Barrel Sykes Farmhouse,  Langcliffe Road, Settle, North Yorkshire BD24 9RP or email [email protected]

  • Not just any organic cotton, we use Chetna Organic Cotton

    How we do things is as important to us here at Piccalilly as the beautifully organic baby and kids clothing that we lovingly create. Maintaining the highest ethical standards and working to fair trade principals is how we go about our day to day business and this starts from the ground upwards. We've worked with the same manufacturing partner since we launched in 2006 and we source our chemical free organic cotton from an amazing project called Chetna Organic . It's a fair-trade cotton programme with a mission to improve the livelihood of smallholder farmers by making their farm systems more sustainable and profitable. The Chetna farmers also own a 10% equity stake in the factory who make our clothes and the cotton farmers are pre-financed and guaranteed stable cotton prices and a premium to spend within their local community.

    Chetna Organic Farmer - Creating beautifully soft chemical free organic cotton. Chetna Organic Farmer - Creating beautifully soft chemical free organic cotton.
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