BRANDS

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C l o t h e s
 
CHLOE STORA
DL1961
ECO ALF
ESSENTIEL
HARTFORD
JUMPER1234
JEFF
JUST IN CASE 
MII
OTTOD'AME
ROSE AND ROSE
STELLA FOREST
STORM & MARIE
RABENS SALONER
WYSE

 

A c c e s s o r i e s 

SIXTON
TRUE GRACE
ARTHOUSE LTD
STRIPE & STAR
DORETHEE LEEHAN
QUINTON CHADWICK

S h o e s 

IVY LEE
MEHER KHELIER

J e w e l l e r y 

ALEX MUNROE
SCREAM PRETTY
SIDAI 
NARRATIVES AGENCY
RUE BELLE

 


Quinton Chadwick

Design Duo Jess Quinton and Jane Chadwick came together with a mutual vision to launch their hat & scarves company using only small British Mills. Concerned with the effects of fast fashion on the environment they are both invested in the idea of communicating the true worth of traditionally crafted UK textiles, ensuring that this skilled craftsmanship is kept alive in areas where knitting is a large part of the local heritage.  Collections are designed and sampled in house before being sent to the textile mills in the UK where they are knitted on industrial machines.

They also use British mills for their yarn supplies, always 100% natural and biodegradable fibres - mostly Lambswool or Merino and they also use Recycled Cashmere when it is available. They like to combine traditional knitting techniques with new technology to make a more sustainable product. Their seamless hats and cut edge scarves are cleverly designed to ensure there is zero yarn waste in the production process. The New addition sweaters are hand-finished and knitted seamlessly which although intensive and time consuming to knit means zero yarn or material waste.

DL1961

A traditional pair of Jeans uses about 1500 gallons of water to manufacture; DL1961 jeans use less than 10% with 98% of all water used recycled. Fabrics used are all from a renewable wood source and are known for their biodegradability.  Every process is made inhouse from spinning to finishing, significantly eliminating heavy transport costs while enabling the constant update of new technologies.

Ottod’Ame

After an 8 year collaboration between the brilliant creativity of Silvia Mazzoli and the entrepreneurial spirit of Niccolò Frosini and Gianni Guastella, in June 2011, the brand Ottod’Ame was launched in Italy with a total look womenswear line. Otto - eight years in the making, eight women designing and creating the soul of the company. D’ame - the breath and style created from within that is hyper feminine.  The colours and patterns of the collections, some of which are limited editions, make the style of ottod’Ame unique and cosmopolitan without distinction of ethnicity, physique or default model of woman to be inspired. 

Ottod’ame is a brand that allows our customers at The Jacksons to play with their clothes, creating unique and timeless mixes and matches. Research into materials also includes recycling ideas, not only as a form of inspiration, but also as a component of s