How are Jean & Temple clothes made?

The clothes are designed in London by our founder Miranda.  These designs are then sent to Nepal where a small, family-run factory with a Buddhist ethos bring the pieces to life.  This means animal welfare, worker welfare and environmental welfare.

 The yarn is hand-selected from Mongolia by a yarn spinner committed to sustainable sourcing and production who continually innovate their process.  Yarn is selected in small batches meaning zero waste.  All our pieces are hand-finished and hand-dyed.  Rain water is used in the dying process along with non-toxic dyes. 

Due to small batches colours are never identical resulting in truly unique garments.  The family-run factory work to a Buddhist calendar. Working welfare is paramount for Jean & Temple. 





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