The power of collaboration: Introducing Maison J.

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Exclusive pocket squares | Made in England


"I am so excited to finally - officially - introduce 'Maison J.': our very own range of exclusive pieces designed in collaboration with emerging brands and designers.

Promoting and supporting emerging talent and the power of collaboration is part of my bigger vision for Jeya Narrative.

As a species, we evolve and develop ourselves by working together and supporting each other. Creativity and individuality should be celebrated and shared, as they help develop our world and advance our thinking.

Jeya Narrative believes in people and the positive impact we can make. We want to promote and nurture the innate talent within each and every one of us. 
By working collaboratively, we share ideas and develop ourselves. It is essential to grow as a person and for our society to move forward, too. 

Supporting local craftsmanship is also key to Jeya Narrative’s vision. By promoting local talent and brands, we can help revive local manufacturing and promote our communities, all the while minimising our environmental impact. The UK has a very strong manufacturing heritage and many skills are slowly being lost. Now is the time to shop small, shop local and support the ‘made in Britain’ movement.

Maison J. reinforces this vision with us working collaboratively with British and European emerging designers and brands to create our take on design and to create collectable, designer pieces. 

The discerning man likes to surprise and to be unexpected - what better way than by sporting a limited edition accessory? Be one of a kind, feel confident and become your best self.

I hope the Maison J. pieces will inspire you."

- Marie, Founder

Designer pocket squares made in Britain


About Rory Hutton

Rory’s designs are inspired by the Orient and exotic destinations, and are often considered works of art. They feature intricate, quirky designs for the debonair gentleman in search of something unique.

Using Rory Hutton's unique designs with Jeya Narrative's bold colours, these pocket squares make the perfect addition to your drawer of accessories.

Discover our collaboration with Rory Hutton



About Eleonora de Rossi

A truly passionate and determined person, Eleonora is fascinated by the sky and portrays its grandeur and energy through brushstrokes and colour.

A harmony of colour, light, movement and emotion, her abstract paintings depict a visual narrative for the viewer to explore and get lost in.

Discover our collaboration with Eleonora de Rossi







Discover our first 'Maison J' collection of exclusive pocket squares:  

Pocket squares 100% silk, printed and hand-rolled in Macclesfield, England

Rory Hutton pocket square
Limited edition designer pocket squares
Exclusive Rory Hutton pocket square
Exclusive designer pocket square



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