Brigid Moloney exceeds creative, artistic and managerial expectations. As a passionate leader she commits to projects with a rigorous enthusiasm and a progressive, open-minded approach. With ten years industry experience including working extensively across different continents, Brigid has a global understanding of; the affect of retail markets and trends on brand positioning, business strategies, the manufacturing process, and the importance of logical design fusing with artistic, creative vision. She has developed the unique ability to comprehend complex business objectives and translate them into achievable and tangible design solutions.
Since Brigid’s humble beginnings as an award-winning COFA graduate receiving a Bachelor in Design, she prospered in her first role as Graphic and Textile designer at Australian swimwear label JETS by Jessika Allen. After four years at JETS cementing a strong understanding of fundamental design principles and advanced technical skills, adventure called and she set her gaze on Europe to travel and work abroad. Not to be deterred by the 2008 global financial crisis, Brigid succeeded in gaining employment in London during this volatile time, at the vintage inspired high-street label Mina UK. After three years of gaining international exposure, Brigid returned to Sydney and landed the esteemed role as Head of Womenswear and Youth Girls at Mambo. Brigid was instrumental in reinvigorating the brand, and during her four years in the role revenue doubled and Jessica Hart and Nina Agdal became proud brand ambassadors. Brigid creatively directed all ranges including apparel and swimwear collections. She also art directed Mambo Goddesses large-scale campaign photoshoots, several of which were international, including being on location in Los Angeles working with renowned photographer Jason Lee Parry, shooting Barbara Palvin. Harper’s Bazaar editor Kellie Hush says on the new direction of the Mambo Goddess brand “It’s found a whole new audience for that style of humour and made it cool again.”