A women-centric company providing a range of sizes that fit real women.
We believe that if you choose customized options and become part of the process you make it your own. We promise it will be fun, rewarding, and personal.
We have concentrated on the jacket as the go to piece in any women’s wardrobe. We are becoming known for jackets that are considered avant garde , or” stand alone” , and others that quietly complement the wearer’s wardrobe . The jacket story started for JWM when she went to see the recent David Hockney paintings at the Royal Academy in London two years ago.
His paintings of the seasons, his sense of color were such an inspiration that from one jacket design by Jane was born the Spring summer Fall and Winter Jackets.These are the statement pieces that are presented on the stylist page. Today we have many jackets that appeal to all kinds of women.
What We Do: Ready To Wear Jackets
Our Design Focus
The main design focus of Jackets RTW is the ready-to-wear line of jackets and vests for day and evening. This RTW line draws from the basic elements the couture division is known for, namely beautiful fabrics, attention to detail and timeless design. We are also a women-centric company and so we are also invested in providing a range of sizes that fit real women. It is our attempt at crossing the age divide, something we feel present fashion lacks.
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Cardiff, UK Location Shoot with photographer Dave Daggers
Photos by Dave Daggers
Model: Libby Wenchy Nicholson
Location : Cardiff, UK
Culture Fluid “Look Book”
Garments shown at the London Gallery Show June 17, 2019
This show was an introduction to Jane’s new collection which uses fabric from vintage silk kimonos and Sari’s. This repurposed and sustainable approach gives these beautiful fabrics a chance to be seen and worn again . Jane’s designs take the iconic fabrics of India and Japan to create one of kind pieces that can be worn by every woman.
We used Indian and Japanese fabric for the show.