Justina Blakeney, an artist and influencer with greater than two million followers, is branching into attire.
Blakeney is the founding father of Jungalow, a life-style model, store and weblog. She can be the writer of The New York Times best-selling e-book, “The New Bohemians.”
Known for her use of daring colours and hand-drawn patterns, Blakeney has furnishings and way of life collaborations with manufacturers akin to Pottery Barn and Target. Her collections embrace dwelling decor, furnishings, stationery, textiles, journey, youngsters, equipment and Band-Aid bandages.
The attire assortment is below her personal title and ranges in dimension from zero to 26 with a brand new dimension, “extra medium.” Each seasonal assortment can have a unique title. The first one known as We Wild, and consists of pants, tops and jumpsuits, amongst different gadgets. There might be greater than 12 kinds within the line, which launches completely Tuesday on jungalow.com. She plans to design 4 collections a yr. Based in Los Angeles, Blakeney’s firm has 5 full-time staff who work on all of the merchandise. Blakeney can be engaged on one other e-book tentatively titled, “Jungalow: Decorate Wild — The Life + Style Guide.”
The attire assortment is manufactured in Los Angeles, utilizing natural cotton and options all her personal prints derived from