Style Director, Country Living

#4981   |   Editorial- Senior Level Birmingham, Alabama

Do you spend weekends driving backroads on the hunt for beautiful country properties? Do you have a soft spot for hundred-year-old homes with creaky hardwood floors? Do you know the difference between gingham and buffalo check? Do you spend more time following tastemakers on Instagram than you’d care to admit? Do you believe that every room looks better with an antique and an animal? Country Living is looking for a Style Director to join its close-knit team in Birmingham, Alabama. You may be a fit if you..…

* Have 8+ years of experience at a major shelter or lifestyle publication (including management experience).

* Have a knack for playful, inventive story packaging.

* Can identify/predict trends before they become trends.

* Have significant experience overseeing, vetting, and doing market work (attending High Point, gift shows, and so on). This includes discovering small, off-the-radar makers and artisans.

* Have experience dreaming up unique cover concepts, producing/styling cover shoots, and wrangling the (many!) people (and, on occasion, livestock) it takes to get an attention-grabbing cover.

* Have represented your brand on sales calls, on television, on podcasts, and/or at live events (conducting demos, hosting panels, etc.).

* Have dreamed up or worked on notable licensing collaborations and/or other brand extensions.

* Have a strong network of designers, stylists, and tastemakers to call on as needed.

For consideration, you must submit a resume with a cover letter and a link to a portfolio of work.

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