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Sustainability is an increasingly important issue in today’s world, and we’ll admit we have some work to do. We believe it’s our responsibility to urgently work towards a sustainable future, and we’re committed to implementing practices that will help ensure a healthy planet for generations to come. When our brand launched 15 years ago, the emphasis on sustainable practices wasn’t as prominent as it is today. Nonetheless, we have always valued slow fashion, natural fibers, local production, and fair working conditions. We are actively exploring ways to further minimize our impact—not only for today, but for the future.

We recognize that tackling these issues is no easy feat. Jenni Kayne has never been just about products—we also believe in building community and transparency. That’s where you come in. We ask that you to join us on our journey to becoming a more sustainable brand. Tell us what’s working, what isn’t, and what you want to see more of. Because after all, we’re all on this planet together.

Actions We're Taking


Pieces designed with care and crafted with the best materials are made to last. Finding your uniform isn’t just about style, it’s about finding what works for your lifestyle and sticking to it, so you waste less and wear more.


We take great care to build and maintain relationships with fair factories across the globe. Our shoes are always made in Italy, because true craftmanship never compromises quality. We work with a women’s cooperative in Peru for our textiles, because we believe in building up and empowering communities of women. And we produce locally when we can, making our candles, ceramics, and basic knits right here in Los Angeles.


When in doubt, turn to the natural world. Shop farmer’s markets, buy what’s in season, and support clean beauty brands that use sustainably grown plants and flowers that are good for you and the planet.

Changes We're Making


We’re passionate about taking steps to be more sustainable and socially responsible. We’re looking to companies leading the way, like Patagonia, Allbirds, and Eileen Fisher, taking notes, and exploring options of our own. We’ll keep you in the loop every step of the way.


Before 2020, we plan to launch a capsule collection of recycled knits and promote circular fashion events to reuse and recycle garments.


We have relationships with charitable organizations like Baby2Baby, Girls Inc., HEART, and the National Resource Defense Council, and will continue to partner with groups we believe are making a difference.