JULIA JENTZSCH is a sustainable lifestyle brand that combines refined craftsmanship with modern design and environmentally sustainable processes. Our design follows the principles of modernist architecture and the Bauhaus movement: Under the premise “Less, but better” we believe in true materials, form-follows-function, and the smart use of resources. Unifying art and craftsmanship, we forge strong bonds with local artisans that create clothing with great attention to detail.


We do not follow short-lived trends but create beautiful garments that transcend time and generations through their intelligent design. The symbiosis of form and functionality allows us to focus on simplicity, comfort, and durability. Each JULIA JENTZSCH garment becomes valuable for your personal wellbeing, your wardrobe, and the planet. JULIA JENTZSCH is a New York based company, which produces women’s clothing that interprets luxurious fabrics in simple and wearable silhouettes for everyday life.

 About Us

About the founder



Born in France Julia Jentzsch grew up in Germany where she studied Fashion Design in Hamburg. She moved to London to work for John Galliano and later studied at the Royal College of Art to complete a MA in fashion design. Her final degree collection caught the attention of the British Vogue editor in chief who included her collection in the December issue. During a period of 15 years, Julia designed in leading international design houses side by side with designers such as Jil Sander in Hamburg, Alber Elbaz, Tom Ford and Stefano Pilati for Yves Saint Laurent in Paris and Calvin Klein in New York. Later she consulted for brands like Vera Wang and J. Mendel among other.


Throughout this time her passion for a more mindful and environmentally conscious fashion industry grew and manifested in the launch of her own eponymous sustainable brand in 2007 with headquarters in NYC. Understanding the need to educate the new generation of fashion designers on environmental issues and sustainability Julia Jentzsch started a teaching assignment at Parsons the New School in 2022. Julia lives and works in New York City, Montauk and Berlin.