Leading jewelry designer, Jenny Bird, founded her line in 2008. Bird is a natural creative with an intuitive sense for trends and eye for beauty; this coupled with her business savvy and big vision has made her an unstoppable force in Canadian fashion.
In addition to having a booming e-commerce business, the brand is currently enjoying explosive growth worldwide, and is currently carried in over 700 retailers in 24 countries. In 2017, Jenny Bird was ranked #63 on the Profit 500 list of Canada’s fastest growing companies, #48 on the W100 list of Canada’s top female entrepreneurs, and, most recently, was bestowed the honour of being named Canada’s Accessory Designer of the Year.
With her formidable business success, innate design talent, and commitment to social causes, Jenny has emerged as an industry leader in Canadian fashion. l'officiel
“I founded my line as an extension of myself; rooted in an innate desire to build something. I am a self-taught designer,and, as it turns out, it’s the most intuitive, effortless process that I have ever known.”
Jenny Bird grew up immersed in the scenic nature of Elora,
a tiny, artistic town in Ontario, Canada (pop. 3000).
After founding the line in 2008, Jenny’s husband, Adam, joined her as President in 2011. Since then, the pair have steered the explosive growth of the label; now, a leading international brand, sold in over 700 retailers worldwide, with showrooms in Toronto, New York, Paris, Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, Chicago, and London, UK.
Bird’s boundless energy, creative ingenuity, and her endless desire for ‘the new’ drives collection after collection; drawing in contemporary women, and earning her editorial and critical acclaim.
Jenny and Adam live in Toronto with their son, August. His special skills include: ball handling, cheese devouring, and saying his new word, ‘elbow’.
It is more important than ever to spread love around the world and do what we can to elevate those around us who are less fortunate.
Every year, we try to do as much as we can to support our fellow global citizens with our focus on championing causes that aim to aid disadvantaged communities by creating opportunities for long-term self reliance through meaningful work.
Our most recent charitable endeavour is The Pin Project, a partnership with Far + Wide Collective. The project aims to unlock refugee talent and provide economic opportunity to displaced people and refugees around the world. Nominated for the Fashion Impact Award at the Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA), the unisex pin was designed by Jenny Bird, and is currently being made by refugees in Jordan.
All proceeds from the sale of the pin are invested in the refugee community; paying fair wages, building workshops, buying tools and equipment, and facilitating further training. Read more about The Pin Project.
If you have a charitable endeavour that you think we could help with, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.