Pros: Office space is beautiful, cafeteria with baristas, gym, car wash and dry clean service (nothing was included, all costs were separate, but services were provided)
Cons: Location of office is out of the way for someone without a car, but still possible to get to from public transportation, low pay for the job
I worked my way up from the Store level to head office. It was much more difficult in stores than at the office, however there was ALWAYS work to do and you are ALWAYS BUSY.... down time is non-existent.
Be prepared to work hard and push yourself to your limits. The company is well known for underpaying their employees within the industry and will make you work as hard as possible for it too. My suggestion.... work there for a bit to get it on your resume if you are interested in the fashion industry and get out before you can't anymore.
They are going through a MAJOR company transition with a new CEO, which could be good or bad, I didn't stay long enough to find out. The department I was in many people were let go and many just left on their own.
The culture of the company is fantastic and was always one of the reasons I stayed as long as I did. The atmosphere can be very catty given it is in the fashion industry, but as long as you stay out of the politics you can get far. If you are good at what you do, don't hesitate to push for what you want and know that it is possible to get there.