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Product Development

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Sometimes the stuff that’s available out there just isn’t good enough. That when you’ve got to go all DIY and make it yourself! That’s why we’ve got a Product Development department.

Our Costume Designers sketch and design high quality, fashion-forward costumes at competitive prices that make us a cut above the rest of our competition.

After things get designed and sampled, that’s when our Development Specialists spring into action with their “stitch this, cut here, glue that, hem there, lose those and fix everything else,” critiques to help further improve our costumes before they go into final manufacturing. After our pieces get finished, it’s our Product Development team’s job to make sure they get back to the US with as little difficulty as possible by ensuring everything passes the regulatory muster.

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Costume and Pattern MakerProduct Development

We at are constantly designing more new and exciting costumes for After we’ve come up with some initial designs and concepts, we have to create samples prior to putting them into production – and that’s where you come in! is looking for somebody with a fantastic imagination to work on a contract basis sewing all sorts of costumes for people of every age, every shape and every style that we can think of.

 Here’s how it works: we give you a sketch and some fabric, you make us a costume, and we give you money. That sounds pretty good, right?

 If you’re somebody with great sewing ability, the ability to create something from nothing, a passion for fashion and a love of Halloween, we want to see your portfolio of creations.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities
  • Sew and serge costumes of various sizes (men’s, women’s, children’s and maybe even a dog or two!) based on supplied sketches, fabrics and tech packs for use as a sample for mass production
  • Create master patterns for a range of garment sizes
  • Develop and revise size charts
  • Take direction and creative criticism to refine samples incorporating feedback
Requirements and Skill Sets
  • Sewing and pattern making capabilities
  • Experience working with multiple different fabrics and knowledge of fit and feel, from fur to lace.
  • Ability to create garments based off tech packs and technical drawings
  • Previous experience and examples of designing garments from sketches
  • Possess the ability to problem solve in order to revise and correct samples
  • Creativity, imagination and problem solving ability
  • Fantastic eye for minute details
Preferred Skills
  • Certificate, Associate’s degree or higher in Costume Design, Fashion Design, Visual Art, or similar discipline or equivalent experience

Wage - Depends of Qualifications

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