Pajotten is a British clothing brand formed in 2016 by Rebecca Barton and Ben Sears making quiet contemporary clothes in natural fibres.
We make workwear inspired, sustainable clothing, repeatable in alternative cloth and made to order in our family run Kent studio. Two small seasonal collections a year are produced in response to available cloth, house style and customer preference.
All pieces are designed, cut, made and finished in our studio and to reduce our environmental impact we make most garments to order rather than holding unsold stock.
We are keen that fabrics and trimmings are sourced from UK mills and suppliers, or as deadbolt and we are increasingly introducing organically produced cottons.
The aim is to reduce waste so scrap cloth is used either to make bags or given to a charity for recycling.
Most importantly, because we are a small, slow fashion brand we are able and keen to talk directly with customers; offering swatches, making garments in alternative cloth and discussing bespoke lengths.
For more information about Pajotten please look at our blog and instagram feed which track the development of the company from its beginning. Receive updates for pop-ups and fairs by subscribing to our mailing list.