Fashion has the power to transform lives. It's a testament to individuality, confidence and independence. The will for positive change drives every aspect of Spratters & Jayne, from design and production to client support.
Since 2009 Spratters & Jayne has ethically sourced the handcrafted production of our entire collection. Working with groups who share our long term vision and commitment to small scale production ensures a superior product and a sustainable future. Spratters & Jayne is a Venture Fellow at the Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator, a hub for ethical fashion and design, and a proud member of the Ethical Fashion Forum's Fellowship 500, a diverse group of brands and manufacturers committed to sustainable production.
Spratters & Jayne began simply enough. Music photographer Rachael Warner wanted to wear a great looking scarf for the winter so, in keeping with her North Dakota farming roots, she made one. A few more followed for friends and family. One day a stranger in SoHo demanded to buy the very scarf she was wearing, and a brand was born.
Warner studied at Vassar College and received her MA in photography from the University of the Arts in London. Her photographs have graced the pages of Rolling Stone, Spin and New Musical Express in the UK. She has worked closely with such artists as PJ Harvey, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Elvis Costello. Her passion for music, fashion and the continuing traditions of handcrafted fiber arts create a voice that is uniquely her own.
Spratters & Jayne has been featured in Elle, Teen Vogue, Marie Claire, Real Simple, Women’s Health, Seventeen, Self Magazine, Lou Lou, & Time Out print publications and online at Chictopia, Ok Magazine, Refinery 29, Runway Hippie & Daily Candy to name a few.