Job description
Textile Product Manager F/M

The position

The Product Manager in the luxury sector is responsible for the strategy and performance of their product line, from design to commercialization. They act as a liaison between various departments (design, marketing, purchasing, production) to ensure that each product launched on the market meets the high expectations of the sector and addresses consumer needs.

  • Strategic monitoring: Analyze market trends, product innovations, and consumer expectations to identify product development opportunities.
  • Product development: Collaborate with design and development teams to create products that meet the quality and innovation standards of the luxury sector.
  • Project management: Coordinate the product development from idea to market launch, ensuring adherence to timelines, costs, and quality standards.
  • Market and competitive analysis: Conduct market research and analyze competition to refine product launch and positioning strategies.
  • Purchasing and sourcing: Participate in the procurement of raw materials and the sourcing of suppliers, ensuring quality and sustainability.
  • Launch strategy: Define pricing, promotions, sampling, and advertising campaigns to maximize market impact.
  • Performance monitoring: Assess the effectiveness of marketing activities and adjust the product strategy accordingly.

Profile requirements

  • Advanced degree in marketing, commerce, or management, ideally complemented by a specialization in the luxury sector.
  • Significant experience in a similar role, preferably within the luxury industry.
  • Solid understanding of the luxury market and a keen sensitivity to trends.
  • Proven project management skills, analytical ability, and team spirit.
  • Proficiency in English and availability for business travel.


The salary of a Product Manager in the luxury goods sector varies according to experience and level of responsibility.

On average, the gross annual salary is between €30,000 and €40,000 for an entry-level to intermediate profile, rising to €60,000 for more experienced profiles or positions in prestigious companies.