• London Terrariums

    YMC Hanbury Street now stocks various types of terrariums from London based planters London Terrariums.



    Terrariums are conveniently miniature self sustaining eco systems that look after themselves after a little help. The condensation that appears with in the container from rising room temperatures eventually falls down on the plant and it’s soil keeping the plant watered. Come down and have a look at their displayer in store!


     

    They have a new website on the way but check them out here

    ‘All plants and materials are sourced from around South London; moss from Peckham Rye and Nunhead Cemetery, plants propagated at home, cuttings from memorable places and snippings from friends.

    We have built these bottle gardens so that they will flourish independently and the plants will eventually take over their environment. For us this is the most exciting part of owning a Terrarium.’

     

  • YMC at Liberty London

    Liberty London kindly invited us to have a pop up in their footwear department for the duration of October. A perfect way to show off our AW14 range of footwear including our star print shoes, boots and Solovair collaboration. We decorated the wall with our seasonal thick denim print of stars and we’re pretty happy with the result so pop down and take a look!

  • We’re hiring!

    YMC E-commerce Intern

    The Job: An excellent opportunity to join a successful and fast growing E-commerce business, you will be based in East London as a E-commerce intern. You will be involved with assisting and supporting the team, making and processing sales, providing online customer service and the role will also have a focus on exemplary customer service and stock management.

    Background: YMC (You Must Create) has spent nearly 20 years developing and evolving their unique signature look. Founded in London in 1995 by Fraser Moss and Jimmy Collins, YMC creates modern, functional clothing which eschew trends in favour of understated, wearable style. With a strong, directional approach which resonates with like minds, YMC has quietly evolved into a highly significant British label.

    Your involvement in our team will require a great deal of organisation, working to deadlines and to provide a good heap of excellent customer service! We are a small team and a nice one at that, so be expected to get involved in pretty much all aspects of the business. Your general role will consist of the following:

    Responsibilities:

    Fulfilment and distribution of daily web orders
    Generating weekly sales and shipment reports
    Implementing a high level of customer service
    Uploading product information and imagery on a seasonal basis.

    Experience & Requirements:
    Experience within a retail sales environment
    The ability to drive the highest standards in all aspects of retail operations
    Flexibility to suit the requirements of the business
    Exemplary customer service skills

    Minimum 3 months

    Travel and lunch paid for

    Please email CV’s: orders@youmustcreate.com

  • Solovair x YMC

    We’ve proudly come together with Solovair to fuse our contemporary design with a remarkable british classic shoe maker. Solovair established in 1881, translating from ‘sole – of – air’ were the first producers of the the Dr Martens air cushioned sole in 1959 and have been manufacturing quality british made shoes ever since. Each pair are hand made with in their factory in Northamptonshire, an area famous for quality british shoe making. Cutting no corners, the shoes pass through around 200 processes before being boxed and ready to sell.


    ‘Rather than have a continuous production line, which we believe offers the operative no time to notice and correct any errors, Solovair is organised in areas according to distinct stages of production. Each pair is only passed from one area to another when the respective operative is satisfied they are ready. In this respect, there is a far slimmer chance that an unsatisfactory shoe or boot will result at the end of the production process. In effect it is a continuous quality control process not employed by many other factories.’

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  • YMC Quilted Bomber Jacket



    A key piece across menswear and womenswear for YMC’s AW14 range, the Quilted Bomber Jacket with it’s unmistakable stitched floral design. The inspiration for the jacket’s pattern came from an old Japanese smoking gown that was drawn up and then given to the makers to develop the pattern from. Each jacket has a completely unique style of the design and is our famous YMC bomber fit.


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