About us

 Jessica Louise is Located DTLA and has been running her business there for over a decade. She has been designing under her own brand name since 2004 first only selling wholesale, then online until  eight years ago opening a physical boutique and then a private studio.

Her Retail Store was just Voted Best Womenswear Boutique DTLA 2016
Retail Location:
Jessica Louise
117 W 9th St STE 201
Los Angeles,CA 90015
The studio is open Monday-Sunday by Appointment
Jessica is basically a one woman show, designing,patterning, creating samples and doing production made to order on many things offered in her retail and online stores, as well as styling conceptualizing and/or creating brand imagery.
She has done licensing collections with major retailers as well as freelance development ,design and production for major bands including conceptualizing and creating the event staff look for Vodka brand Skyy.
Please contact us with any design inquires.



Jessica Louise’s custom clothing designs, much like the artist herself, are equal parts punk rock power and fairy- tale girlyness.

Her Fashion-forward collection of apparel and accessories mixes assertive patterns, bright colors, and punk staples such as leopard print with feminine ribbons and bows, lace and ruffle to create a unique fashion statement that has made Jessica Louise a frontrunner in the street fashion scene.

About the designer:

Jessica’s career in design was born of her desire for a ‘functional but fancy’ wardrobe that adequately expressed her individuality. As the product of an artistic family, with a clothing designer for a godmother, and a professional artist and art professor for a mother, the creative life came naturally to her.
Basic formal training in the arts, and her years of experience working for style icon Betsey Johnson, gave Jessica Louise a solid foundation from which to take on the fashion industry, but her thriving apparel business has been built largely through work and hands-on experience.

Creative Influences:

Jessica Louise draws energy and inspiration from her close network of friends and associates who are creators’ themselves-artists, musicians, jewelry designers, and the like.

The line also reflects the designer’s admiration for Japanese pop culture; adorably quirky, anime-style characters adorn many of the pieces in the collection.

As with the best examples of Japanese streetwear, Jessica Louise designs take a ‘no rules’ approach to fashion, mixing patterns and stripes, skulls with hearts, camouflage with flirty details like lace trim and bows.