How are Jean and Temple clothes made?

The clothes are designed in London by our founder Miranda. Her designs are then sent to Nepal where a small, family-run factory with a Buddhist ethos bring the pieces to life. 
 Ethics and sustainability
Animal welfare and environmental welfare are paramount to Jean and Temple. Our yarn is hand-selected from Mongolia by a yarn spinner committed to sustainable sourcing and production who continually innovate their process.

The animals that produce the yarn live with small family herders and are thoroughly cared for. The herders move around the land in Tibet making for a sustainable environment. Yarn is selected in small batches to ensure zero waste - we never over order.

Rainwater is recycled in the dyeing process. Whenever possible, orders are sent from Nepal on full planes to minimise unnecessary travel.

  Worker Welfare

Workers are respected and well paid, get bonuses and work 9 - 5pm. We are proud of the family attitude within our team.

  Why we are unique

All our pieces are hand-finished and hand-dyed. The quality of each piece is second to none; luxurious and built to last a lifetime. Small batches ensure colours are never identical and result in truly unique garments. The family-run factory work to a Buddhist calendar enabling a Buddhist ethos from design, to production, to your doorstep. It's cool to be kind.