Amiacalva is an ancient fish that survived for centuries without evolving. This concept of long-lasting, durable, and perfect style is what Amiacalva brings to their design. Their bags are functional and beautiful and will last.
Seoul-based womenswear label representing timeless, classic, and effortless designs. Inspired by a minimalistic culture, organic shapes, and neutral palettes, Amomento was founded in 2016 by Lee Mee-Kung and is recognized for its everyday staples crafted from sustainable Japanese and Korean fabrics.
Atelier Delphine is a conceptual line, designed by LA-based designer Yuka Izutsu, that embraces getting dressed in a way that is both elevated and comfortable. All of her pieces have a sense of refinement that makes us feel unconventional, creative and part of fashion forward movement. We look to Atelier Delphine for her mature, refined pieces as well as her elevated line of shoes.
We found B Sides where they began: with vintage denim reworked into truly amazing pieces for an adventurous wardrobe. Their standout jeans are second to none but we equally love their affordable approach to classic USA-made denim. All cotton is milled by family-run operations who traditionally sell to workwear brands. It's denim done right. High quality, sustainably sourced, LA-made.
At any given time at Jake and Jones at least one member of our team is wearing a Baserange piece. That’s because they deliver what they promise: clean silhouettes, comfortable support, and everyday underwear or basics. Baserange prioritizes clean production and high quality fabrics and has one of the most innovative approaches to styling that we’ve seen in quite some time.
We like Batsheeva for the way the dresses make us feel. We love Batsheva for the ways they make us think. Designer Batsheva Hay has one of the best approaches to fashion today. She is constantly experimenting with traditional expressions of feminine restraint (high collars, skirt, etc.) and creating a space for women to dress themselves in opposition to those ideas. Not only do her pieces have a distinctive conceptual approach, they are sustainable, well-crafted, and make you feel and look good.
Simple design from Beatrice Valenzuela's studio in Echo Park, Los Angeles. Beatrice Valenzuela strives for effortless clothing that fits in well with a lifestyle of travel, time with nature, and echoes the beauty of the natural world.
Our favorite thing about Soho-based designer Caron Callahan is that she approaches fashion with zero pretension and 100% passion for wearable clothing. She aims to design fashionable pieces for the woman who doesn’t want to follow seasonal trends. It's cool as can be, and many of our Brooklyn friends are wearing her clothes. Her iconic NOLITA store is a source of inspiration for us, with a cool, mellow and artsy vibe. Her exceptional quality raises the level of her clothes and shoes making her pieces a sure statement and heirloom in your closet.
A timeless and lasting British Clothing line that celebrates quality, by Hannah Cawley, who was inspired to create clothing that could be both sustainable and practical. Every garment is designed to be functional and have a place in everyday life. Each piece is hand cut and individually handeled London. Cloth is sourced from mills in Portugal, Ireland, England, India and Japan.
Instead of designing collection after collection like many large fashion brands, Cog the Big Smoke chooses to release new items slowly and focus on lifelong, versatile pieces. These functional but fashion-forward clothes are the perfect item to add to your wardrobe.
Creative director Delfina Baldassarre brings her large scale drawings into conversation with her sophisticated tailoring. Bold hues and hand-drawn patterns speak in a playful visual language inspired by dreams, dance, nature, and the full range of human emotional relationships. We are so excited to bring her collection of wearable art to our Santa Barbara boutique.
A Venezuelan fashion designer based in Los Angeles who creates sculptural, modern, and elegant pieces that are sophisticated and functional in the modern woman's wardrobe. We love the subtle details in each Fabiana Pigna piece.
Skincare line based out of California, born out of a desire to create natural products from powerhouse ingredients at an attainable price. They offer a range of products suitable for all skin types, especially those with highly sensitive skin.
The Flamingo Estate originates way back to the 1940s, located high atop the hills of Los Angeles, CA. They early on became known for their history of sharing wild alchemy of sun worshiping, folk mythology and psychedelic remedies with the community. They now continue to work with small farms all over the US, sourcing the best, most sustainable, ingredients possible for their products.
Girls of Dust is a womenswear brand based in Antwerp. Inspired by translating vintage workwear to contemporary cuts, Girls of Dust is easy to wear and as strong as the people who wear them. Crafted in Portugal with fabrics selected from Europe & Japan, G.o.D. is dedicated to bringing quality and durability that will stand the test of time.
Seamless and functional designs crafted along the Mediterranean and transported to our boutique along the Pacific in Santa Barbara, California. A timeless collection that embodies tradition, craftsmanship, and folk tradition.
Some of our favorite pieces in the store come from ichi, the sister of Ichi Antiquites centered around wearable forms with comfortable, natural fabrics. Based in Fukuoka, Japan, ichi prioritizes timeless, effortless pieces with everyday use in mind.
Ichi Antiquites is known for excellent textiles and elevated style. The Japanese design lends a level of sophistication with an easy comfort level. Ichi Antiquites uses traditional production methods lending a level of quality that means your pieces will last a lifetime and wear to become your own.
Kamperett is a womenswear line from San Francisco, CA known for creating effortlessly chic pieces with the highest quality materials. Designed by Anna Chiu and Valerie Santillo, the brand Kamperett was born from a hybrid of their mothers' maiden names, Pferdekamper and Garrett.
KASSL is a European brand, who's operation began in the central German city of Kassel. Using the same techniques and facilities that supply the German national fire brigade with its near-indestructible outerwear, KASSL created their brand beginning with the trench coat in their signature material, rubber. Their ethos is to create simple, genderless, durable and functional products, and keep to their commitment of radical quality. At Jake and Jones, a Santa Barbara boutique for slow fashion.
Kika Vargas is a Colombian designer whos background in design stems from Italian fashion and detailed craftsmanship. Her work is best known for voluminous silhouettes and bright, bold colors. The brand values community and is committed to sourcing materials locally and sustainably in Colombia.
Sarah Nsikak, a Nigerian-American living in Brooklyn created La Réunion, turning to art to counteract the waste created by the fashion industry. These hand quilted pieces are made using exclusively recycled material sourced from designers based in New York. Special textiles are also sourced through vintage stores and estate sales. We love the loud colors and pre-loved textures of each of her pieces.
Legres is the creation and collaboration between a London based design collective and traditional Italian shoe Artisans. Together, they are inspired by reworking classic styles into contemporary shapes and forms. Their preservation for Italian craftsmanship and attention to detail is hard to miss.
A sustainably-made swimwear line designed in Venice, Italy and named for famed Italian beach club, Lido. All suits are made in northern Italy and are the pinnacle of comfort and class.
Mara Hoffman founded her label in 2000 in New York City. The brand is committed to implementing more responsible practices while remaining committed to presenting colorful collections inspired by and in celebration of women. In an effort to foster mindful consumption habits, the brand maintains an open conversation about its approach and encourages consumers to reevaluate the relationship society has with clothing.
A shoe line that believes in treating the whole supply chain with respect, fair wages, and benefits and fits the LWG Environmental Audit Protocol. Mari Giudicelli's eponymous shoe line is committed to high quality that is made to last rather than be replaced. All shoes are produced in Sao Paulo, Brazil in a family-owned factory.
A sock line designed with care at Maria La Rosa's family atelier in Milan, Italy where Maria's daughters Alice and Lisa have carried forward the family lineage. Each sock is expertly crafted and designed with long-lasting quality in mind.
Eponymous line with a clear eye for simplicity, elegance, and wearability. Martiniano prioritizes traditional craftsmanship and believed in celebrating natural materials. These shoes are designed to last and to wear for years to come. They epitomize the kind of slow fashion investment we prioritize at Jake and Jones.
Laid-back, neutral-toned womenswear by eponymous Korean designer. All clothing is inspired by her home in LA and strives to capture the modern silhouettes and comfort that defines Los Angeles fashion.
A San Francisco based knitwear line formed by two sisters, Marie and Karen Potesta, passionate about quality yarn and beautiful pieces. The collection is made of italian yarns and produced in California with a discerning eye for simple, yet interesting designs. Timeless design with quality that will last a lifetime.
Started as just a t-shirt line in 2012, Mondo Mondo quickly grew to include jewelry and fragrances that are inspired by founder Natasha Ghosn's family history in Mexico City. Mondo Mondo is forward yet timeless.
Mozhdeh Matin, is a sustainable fashion brand that highlights the detailed craftsmanship of native Peruvian artisans. Crafted from baby alpaca and prima cotton, all sourced from their trips to the country. Mozdeh is deeply informed by the communities and personal experiences gathered from their trips to Peru, you can see this translated into each and every garment.
Nackiyé is comprised of delicate embroideries, vibrant colors and idyllic prints. Known best for their relaxed yet elegant and uncomplicated styles. We love Nackiyé for their kaftans and contemporary takes on classic womenswear silhouettes.
A New York-based swimsuit line started in California on the ethos of sustainable, timeless pieces. All swimwear is made from recycled ocean waste and regenerated nylon and designed to last seasons over seasons.
Modern pleated styles for the everyday. These garments are light, wrinkle-proof, easy to travel with, and don't require dry cleaning. Conceptualized as a functional but elegant addition to your wardrobe that's just as beautiful and it is useful.
Designed in Barcelona and made almost entirely in Spain, Paloma Wool is a vibrant exploration of the fun of getting dressed. Pieces are whimsical and cool but versatile enough to fit any wardrobe. Plus all items are made sustainably - you really can’t lose.
A New York based jewelry brand inspired by surf and club culture made from precious stones, glass beads, and metal. These pieces evoke the feeling of summer in the 80s and 90s with sand in your hair.
A Brussels-based brand with subtle sophistication, Sofie D'Hoore embraces the meeting point of clean lines and classic shapes with fantastical design elements. Pieces are modern without sacrificing wearability.
A French clothing line that pays homage to traditional Brittany work clothes. The whole line is manufactured at the last local manufacturer of the region. The clothing is designed to be unique, wearable, and ever-so-french. Every piece is superbly made and will last in your closet as a staple for years to come.
Suzanne Rae is a New York-based ready-to-wear and shoe line inspired by and made for the progressive and modern individual. Established in 2010 and rooted in feminist fundamentals and the idea of fashion as a performative art, the pieces are informed, sophisticated, but also playful and relevant in functionality.
Minimalist jewelry hand carved through traditional lost wax casting technique by Colorado native, Vanessa Barcus.
Under Her Coat is a local Santa Barbara designer who hand knits each and every piece. Made with intention and love, each piece is entirely unique. We're thrilled to offer these seasonal beanies in our shop.
A classic sneaker with an ethical twist. These shoes are a slow fashion staple. Designed in Paris and made in Brazil out of sustainable materials by employees who are well paid and treated. We think of Vejas as a go-to closet staple.
A Philadelphia-based knitwear brand created by Leah D’Ambrosio. All pieces are thoughtfully curated to be a wardrobe staple and are made with an uncompromising approach to sustainability. Wol Hide is either sustainably produced in Peru, made using recycled or dead stock yarn, or made of USA-grown cotton. They are pieces to live your life in.
Applied Art Forms is a fashion brand drawing inspiration from vintage utilitarian, workwear clothing. Selecting fabrics and utilizing elevated construction detail, A/A/F highlights authentic manufacturing techniques stemming from Japan and Europe. All garments are sustainably crafted and designed to last a lifetime.Samuel Zelig
Samuel Zelig is a contemporary brand that overtly mixes art and fashion. With their gestural designs, usually displaying motifs reflecting human imagery, the Zelig team is able to create dream-like pieces that feel like you're wearing art.
orSlow, founded by Ichiro Nakatsu, has become globally renowned for pairing rugged construction with refied details. Inspired by Americana, denim is the brands hallmark. Known for recontextualizing classic styles to meet the demands of modern day living, their pieces transcend time, with their handmade nature and workwear inspired character. They pose as the antithesis to fast fashion.
Alex Mill began as a men’s t-shirt line in NYC Then, a few years later with the addition of Somsack (former J.Crew and Madewell designer) and Alex’s dad, Millard Drexler, Alex Mill the full brand was born. Alex Mill pieces are “timeless, not trendy,” and they hold a classic, simple, yet stylish quality while maintaining an affordable price point. Alex Mill recently opened its first flagship store in Soho, NYC. We love Alex Mill’s jumpsuits, classic tees and easy everyday basics.
An ethical fashion brand designed in Spain by sisters Monica and Maria. All materials and suppliers are carefully selected and each garment is made in a small family factory in Spain. They design timeless garments to strive for a more sustainable world.
Based out of NYC, Colbo is produced and designed by creative director Tal Siberstein. Featuring very small editions and collaborating with independent factories and artisans, Colbos store in NYC carries various designers that share a common appreciation for sincere and honest made clothing
A collection designed by and named for Scandinavian designer Henrik Vibskov and focused on technology, the visual arts, and sustainability. Every piece is fun, whimsical, and wearable.
Jungmaven’s slogan has always been “everything hemp by 2020.” This slogan is representative of Jungmaven designer Robert Jungmann’s mission to combat deforestation and climate change. The vision is simple, sustainable, long-lasting clothing that you can feel good in and feel good buying. We love carrying this sustainable line in our Santa Barbara store (the birthplace of Earth Day, one of Jungmaven's inspirations).
Since 1994, Marni has celebrated individuality through an unpredictable visual language, combining the nostalgic and futuristic with plays on patterns, shapes, colors, and textures. Thought of as "the fashion industry's fashion brand" we've drawn inspiration from Marni since our beginning, and are so excited to carry curated pieces in our Santa Barbara store.
A part of the luxury fashion design house Margiela, MM6 offers a fresh perspective on high fashion that’s conceptual but wearable. Quality, curated designs with a refined taste.
London based designer, Studio Nicholson is known for clean, uncomplicated designs inspired by European mens uniforms, Japanese architecture, and grunge music. Utilizing superior textiles and a subtle nod to the feminine, these pieces are confidently considered classic additions to the closet. Purposefully playful with deliberately awkward proportions, their garments celebrate the luxurious yet casual modular wardrobe.
One of our favorite boutique kids lines. Bobo Choses is a sustainable children’s clothing brand that celebrates kids for their creativity, their spunk, and hopes to inspire kids and adults alike to be funny and lighthearted. The team at Bobo Choses works in an old toy factory on the banks of the Mediterranean Sea and are inspired by local manufacturers. The collections are colorful, impeccably made, and ready to be handed down year after year.
Munster Kids, founded in Sydney, Australia, is our go-to for children's lifestyle clothing.
Created from a love of youth culture, Munster Kids designs clothing for all kids, known for their swimwear, and denim, the brand's clothing shows a love of surf, skate, and street culture
Ocamora is a handmade toy brand based out of the Spanish countryside. They're designed to inspire open-ended play and endless configurations. All of their products are made with wood from sustainable forests. Just like the tree it comes from, each toy is entirely unique.
Designed by a family in Brooklyn with Parisian roots, Oeuf is a family-run business that believes in great design and sustainability. The quality of their modern, and yet classic, children's and baby clothes are unparalleled. Take a page out of designer Sophie's book and pass these heirlooms down from kid to kid and from family to family.
An organic and sustainable baby brand brought to you by the designers of Rylee + Cru. Quincy Mae specializes in minimal prints and soft fabrics aiming to make dressing your baby simple.
A modern, easy-to-wear, collection for a child who loves to play and a family that loves timeless, well-made basics. Rylee + Cru is an adventure in muted tones and beautiful patterns.
A Brooklyn-based children's clothing line with an eye for fine materials and patterns. All clothing is inspired by a passion for quality over quantity, slow fashion, and sustainable choices.
Tiny Cottons is a Barcelona based, family run company with lasting, quality products in mind. They treat their brand as an adults brand, stylish but bold. With a strong story and image behind every collection. We love their graphic driven designs and soft quality fabrics.
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Wife and husband team Gabrielle Mirkin and Luke Harwood developed Activist, inspired by a shared passion for the earth and natural products rooted in their New Zealand childhoods. These products are powerful and luxurious, relying on the power of nature.
Long-lasting, usable goods designed to reduce waste and function in your daily life. Baggu is based in San Francisco where they design all original prints for bags, masks, and more.
BAINA is a towel brand based out of New Zealand and Australia, founded by Bailey Meredith and Anna Fahey. The duo shares an affinity with bathing and resetting daily with routine and intention. Their organic cotton towels are designed to elevate your relationship with bathing, while also complimenting your bathrooms aesthetic.
Partnered with So Textual, we're pleased to present our curated collection of books at Jake & Jones. Our shop was founded on the belief that active curiosity is inherent to our existence, its what keeps us going. We've aimed to curate a collection that's applicable for anyone to treasure, explore and pique curiosity.
Founded by a skincare expert who struggled to find natural products that actually performed, Corpus is made for people who don’t want to sacrifice quality for the sake of going natural.
Mechanical engineer, Janet Lieberman, and sexologist, Alexandra Fine, set out to close the pleasure gap between men and women. By creating a design-forward, sexual wellness brand made with function and form in mind. Every product is designed using feedback from a community, ensuring that each product is approachable and functional.
Curators of scents that are designed to conjure up the unseen world. The perfumes and candles are narratives of days and are truly works of art. Everything is made in New York.
A brand known for original prints and bright colors based in Brooklyn, NY. Designer Ellen Van Dusen was raised in Washington, DC and resides in Brooklyn, NY. We look to Dusen Dusen for bold home goods and textiles.
Using the absolute best organic and wild-harvested botanical oils, Everyday Oil is uniquely balancing, hydrating, cleansing and nourishing. And it smells great too. One little bottle of goodness for all of your needs. The only one you want, the only one you need.
Evolve Together's motto is "doing good. every day." These products are based off the idea that our daily essentials have an impact on our world. They make quality, earth-conscious daily essentials that smell and feel just as good as they look. Stamped with global coordinates on the packaging to remind us that we are all connected no matter race, gender, religion or where we live.
Continuing a family legacy of herbalists and natural healers, Fat and the Moon founder Rachel Budde has built her company around providing handcrafted, herbal body care products to those seeking natural and effective alternatives to chemical-filled products.
Lauren makes beautiful, organic, and all-natural body care that was designed to naturally nourish your skin and body back to life. Lauren originally created her earthy salve to heal her scars, without the use of harsh chemicals, keeping the ingredients simple and true. Soon after, the Original Salve was launched. She now has a small collection of products, each one contains only, pure, natural, and organic ingredients.
Living Libations makes beautiful natural and organic skincare that is designed to celebrate your beauty and bring forward a sense of excitement and revelry in your life. The colors and smells of their skincare products are inspired. All Living Libations products at Jake and Jones are as raw as possible, gluten-free, and vegan.
Carissa Potter, creator of People I've Loved, has created space in the illustration and stationery community to help bridge the gaps between people and forge authentic, sometimes difficult conversations. Hand-printed and assembled in an Oakland farmhouse studio, their products embrace the whole range of emotion with nostalgic thoughts on the past, buried longings and hopes for the future.
Hand-crafted in Mohawk Valley, New York, Saipua, from the Finnish word saippua for soap, began its alluring journey in 1997. Each batch has since been delicately hand measured, poured, and placed in thoughtful packaging influenced by Sarah’s love for flowers. Saipua soaps contain 40-50 % of cold-pressed natural olive oil, producing an extraordinary moisturizer. The careful complexion of essential oils speaks for the all-natural fragrances that derive from the land.
Surya Spa, based out of Santa Monica, CA is an Ayurvedic treatment center led by internationally acclaimed chef, doctor and nutritionist, Martha Soffer. She's known for her age-old wellness techniques based on the ancient Indian practice of Ayurveda. Her products are designed to bring profound relief to an over stressed nervous system, and restore balance and nourishment to your spirit.
Wonder Valley makes health a priority with their certified extra virgin grade olive oil skincare that is designed to elevate and support internal health while healing the skin. This family owned and operated team prioritizes the health of their customers, the health of their employees and their environmental impacts over profits.
Zizia is an Los Angeles based herbal company founded by Abbe Findley. They create fun, easy formulas for the skin. Potent, pure and to the point, made for modern day humans. They source their ingredients from small farms, and use organic botanicals and base ingredients. We love Zizia's ethos of living a healthy lifestyle, in moderation.