Fabulous clothes made with high standards.
We built our own studio in Berlin so we (and you) know exactly who makes our clothes and can feel confident that each member of our team is treated with the respect they deserve.
You won't find cheap poly-anything here, just all natural materials like wools, silks, and organic cotton from European mills.
For us, making only what we sell is just common sense. We reduce waste by making all our dresses in small batches, often after order and recycling scraps for other uses.
Born in New York,
Made in Germany
"I'm Jovan, the founder of j.jackman.
I learned the power of a great business dress in the early days of my career in New York City and the importance of sustainability since calling Berlin my home in 2014.
With j.jackman, I make the fabulous dresses with sustainable values I used to only wish existed. Now they are here for you, too.
WHAT DOES MADE IN GERMANY MEAN TO US?
You've made it all the way here. Thanks for listening!
For us, "Made in Germany" is more than something we proudly put on our labels. It stands for quality, innovation, and elegance.
All of our pieces are made by hand in Germany, in our Berlin atelier. We work directly with our team of experienced seamstresses, many of whom have worked as tailors for decades. By doing this, we ensure that our clothing is produced fairly and with impeccable quality.
"Made in Germany" also stands for local production and a reduced carbon footprint. Up to 80% of conventional fashion is produced overseas, requiring incredible amounts of energy to be brought to Europe. By making our pieces closer to our customers, we are doing our part to change this trend.
Producing in Germany also brings expanded employment opportunities. The clothing and textile production industry in Germany has lost over 400,000 jobs since the 1950s. Through not only our own production, but also through our relationships with several of our German-based suppliers, we are turning this around.
Lastly, "Made in Germany" represents the growing movement towards more conscious clothing production and consumption. In a recent study, 60% of professional women in Germany said they are interested in spending more on fashion made in Germany. That's something we proudly support.