Owen Jones Joggers


The Owen Jones Joggers is a elegant laid-back design belonging to an unique and limited edition of 100. A tribute to the Welsh designer Owen Jones. Hand cut and sewn with CPSIA-certified inks (certified free of heavy metals and phthalates and Fabric safety test certificate). 2022.

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Made from a soft cotton blend, the Owen Jones joggers feature a Owen Jones ornament that won’t fade, so they can stay in your wardrobe for a long time.

• 70% polyester, 27% cotton, 3% elastane
• Fabric weight: 8.85 oz/yd² (300 g/m²) (weight may vary by 2%)
• Slim fit
• Soft cotton-feel fabric face
• Brushed fleece fabric inside
• Cuffed legs
• Practical pockets
• Elastic waistband with a white drawstring
• Estimated delivery: 15-30 business day



Owen Jones (1809? – 1874) was an architect and ornamental designer born 15 February 1809 in Thames Street, London. His career, which is described in the D.N.B., can be summarized as follows: – educated at the Charterhouse and privately he became, at 16, the pupil of L. Vulliamy, architect, with whom he worked for six years, studying at the same time at the Royal Academy. In 1830 he left for France and Italy; in 1833 he visited Greece, Turkey, and Egypt, and, in 1834, Spain, where he made several drawings of the Alhambra, which he revisited in 1837. In 1851 he became superintendent of the works of the ‘Great Exhibition,’ and in that capacity took an active part in decorating and arranging the building in which the exhibition was housed. In 1852 he was made joint director of the decoration of the Crystal Palace; he was the designer of the Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and Alhambra Courts. In his later years he was employed in the decoration of private houses. He decorated the palace of the Khedive of Egypt and was the architect of S. James’s Hall, London. His exhibits at the Royal Academy were of various architectural designs by him – e.g. the Town Hall, Birmingham, 1831, S. George’s Hall, Liverpool, 1845. He was awarded the gold medal of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1857, and became vice-president of that body in 1867. He died 19 April 1874 in Argyll Place, Regent Street, London. (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography)

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