Jesse Kamm is a brand that stands from the designers commitment to her work, and to her simple lifestyle. In her work, she is committed to use fine and sturdy fabrics in the collection, in order for the pieces to last a very long time. The designer is committed to make everything in Los Angeles, because it is important to her to support her community. The beautiful minimalistic designs reflect the designer’s simplistic lifestyle that values time and traveling as her personal image of luxury.
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They use organic cotton and plan to move to 100% organic canvas by 2020.
They use natural fibers such as flax, tencel, cupro, and lyocell. Their denim comes from one of Japan’s oldest denim mills that has some solar powered and zero emissions factories, a recycling rate of 97.4%, a biomass power plant, an indigo dye process focused on effluent treatment, reduced water use, reduced sludge, and reduced hot water requirements.
Their Japanse fabrics are certified AZO dye free. Most of their fabrics are dyed locally in California where all of the dye matter and chemicals used exceed California regulations and avoid toxic substances and all the effluent water is filtered first at the facility and at the city water treatment plant.
Their packaging is made from recycled and recyclable materials.
Their garments are manufactured locally in Los Angeles, CA. They visit their workshops several times a week.
They use locally sourced deadstock fabrics.
They donate significant amounts to many charitable organizations that they feel are in urgent need of private support. These include but are not limited to the NRDC, The Southern Poverty Law Center, The ACLU, Planned Parenthood, Environment California, Los Angeles Unified School District, and The Harriet Buhai Center for Family Law.