The British, contemporary, womenswear label, Mariana Jungmann revolves around the concepts of sustainability and slow fashion. We bring ancient craftsmanship to the 21 century, by developing new techniques that blends artisan work and technology.

Having lace and laser cut as it's hallmarks, the brand is a compilation of paradoxes. Our intricate designs are powerful and bold, yet very delicate. Mariana Jungmann brings to her clients a relaxed and sophisticated aesthetic that exude a feminine and assertive aura.

“Feminine yet commanding;

delicate yet precise."

Mariana Jungmann

The British, contemporary, womenswear label, Mariana Jungmann revolves around the concepts of sustainability and slow fashion. We bring ancient craftsmanship to the 21 century, by developing new techniques that blends artisan work and technology.

Having lace and laser cut as it's hallmarks, the brand is a compilation of paradoxes. Our intricate designs are powerful and bold, yet very delicate. Mariana Jungmann brings to her clients a relaxed and sophisticated aesthetic that exude a feminine and assertive aura.

By mixing traditional craftsmanship with top of the notch technology, we create our unique textiles. Mariana herself is a skilled lace-maker and decided translate this artisan skill into a modern and technologic fabric.

Our intricate laser cut designs textiles are all cut in-house. Some designs can be so complex that it takes up to 6 hours only to be cut.

We work in partnership with Ecotece and the group Mothers who Embroider – Mães que Bordam - from the Cultural School OCA . This group was born from the work of literacy of mothers and fathers of the community of Aldeia de Carapecuiba. After learning how to read and write the mothers are now learning this traditional Brazilian craftsmanship called Renascença.

The Renascença lace results from very skilful hands of simple women that rely on this ancient craft as their main source of income. Mariana and her team each season design new patterns of this lace, making it more interesting and contemporary.

We bring a new and modern aesthetics to it by constantly researching and developing new stitches and techniques that Mariana then goes and teaches to the lacemakers at OCA and also other parts of Brazil.

The Mariana Jungmann’s ethos is to help keep this craftsmanship alive while empowering it’s makers.


Nearly 654,000 tons of clothes are sent to landfill every year. We feel that recycling textiles is highly necessary. At Mariana Jungmann we go above and beyond to do that. We pride ourselves for using recycled polyester on our laser cut garments, this way we not only give a second live to a non-biodegradable textile but we also help to protect the environment.

We also work with zero waste. All of the cut outs of fabrics that result from our manufacturing process is donated to social projects, like the Linus project. At Linus their community of skilled and caring people make little quilted blankets for children with cancer.

London College of Fashion Master's alumna, Mariana Jungmann was catapulted to London Fashion Week in February 2014. Her graduate collection was part of the select group of students chosen to represent the university at the event. The following season she launched her Spring Summer 2015 collection with a show at London Fashion Week, which landed on the cover of the Times Newspaper the following day.

Her talent to create beautifully intricate collections is continually recognized with her being invited to join the Pioneers Program of CFE, whilst also being shortlisted for Selfridges Next Bright Thing Award, focused on sustainability. Additionally, Mariana has been shortlisted for the UAL Enterprise Award and The Designers of Tomorrow Award as well as wining the SEED fund competition.

Mariana currently divides her time between London and her native country - Brazil, where she works on social projects with the aims of helping women from underprivileged communities, training them with the skills of lacemaking whilst empowering them.


London College of Fashion Master's alumna, Mariana Jungmann was catapulted to London Fashion Week in February 2014. Her graduate collection was part of the select group of students chosen to represent the university at the event. The following season she launched her Spring Summer 2015 collection with a show at London Fashion Week, which landed on the cover of the Times Newspaper the following day.

Her talent to create beautifully intricate collections is continually recognized with her being invited to join the Pioneers Program of CFE, whilst also being shortlisted for Selfridges Next Bright Thing Award, focused on sustainability. Additionally, Mariana has been shortlisted for the UAL Enterprise Award and The Designers of Tomorrow Award as well as wining the SEED fund competition.

Mariana currently divides her time between London and her native country - Brazil, where she works on social projects with the aims of helping women from underprivileged communities, training them with the skills of lacemaking whilst empowering them.