Designer Jean Jacq was raised in rural Abidjan where he was around local designers . While he was working abroad in Herndon, he felt in love with the personal dedication that those communities showed the city inspired him to bring it back it back to life. For Jean, designing is a intimate process. Before choosing the fabric or color he thinks about how it will look and where it will be worn. He treats the fabric as a second skin when cutting it.
For Romy, creating leather goods is an intimate process. Before deciding on grain or thickness, she thinks about how a design will be used and where it will be worn. Once she’s ready to cut a pattern, she treats the raw material as a second skin. Opposed to an industrial method, he approaches the fabric as a living being.
International Chic with old town Touch.
After years of practice, Jean has found his style and suggesting handcrafted products. Even when he started small with sportswear back in 2011 , he always matched his meticulousness with curiosity. Travelling around the globe, he has studied various techniques and designs that have helped him handcrafted his products with the same intention and attention in his Herndon studio. He always creates ,designs and handcrafts his clothes