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  • Jump One

    A jumpsuit designed to feel like your favorite jeans.

  • Jump One

    The perfect fit in five colors.

  • Jump One

    Made responsibly in Los Angeles.

Meet Jane

I'm not the only Jane, of course, but I am the only Jane living in self-isolation at home in Los Angeles with my husband, our daughter, and boxes and boxes of brand new jumpsuits.

My plan was to launch The Only Jane with the perfect jumpsuit in early March 2020. Then COVID-19 came, so I paused. Now, through the end of May, I'm making my jumpsuits available and donating 30% of the purchase price of each and every one to No Kid Hungry, a national organization helping to ensure that millions of children get the meals they need during school closures and all year long.

To make things easy, I've created a shipping and returns policy based on the honor system. UPS ground is free and if you don't love your Jump One, just email me for a refund. No questions asked. Keep the jumpsuit or send it back (returns are free). Gift it to a friend. A donation will still be made to No Kid Hungry. Why? Because these are extraordinary times. Extraordinary generosity – and trust in each other – is required.

All orders are currently being fulfilled by me, personally, from my living room. My family and I have been self-isolating with all of the jumpsuits and their packaging since Friday, March 13 (watch a video of us here). We feel good and we are taking the greatest precautions to keep ourselves and our community safe and healthy. I hope you are doing the same.  

One Fit, Five Colors

Jump One | Sand Dune

$485.00

Jump One | Ecru Denim

$485.00

Jump One | French Blue

$485.00

Jump One | Stone

$485.00

Jump One | Forest

$485.00

About My Only Denim

The off-white version of Jump One is made of upcycled denim found at a second-hand fabric showroom in downtown Los Angeles. 

I love this denim.

It's a super soft raw ecru from the renowned Candiani mill in Italy, one of the best in the world. Being an ecru, which is the natural state of cotton, it is inherently cleaner than most indigo-dyed denims because it hasn't gone through the usual dye processes.

I haven't done a thing to it – no washing, rinsing, or softening; no chemicals, dyes, or distressing – and it really feels great.  

There is only enough of this denim for limited production. But using leftover fabrics is something I am committed to doing more and more. Try this jumpsuit and you'll see why. 

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