JUNE7.2 cofounders Belgian international model Ingrid Seynhaeve and Argentinian designer Jacquie Moroni have been girlfriends for many years.

Sharing the same fashion sense they decided to recreate the tee that looks and feels like second skin, the tee that only gets better with each and every wear... favorites that are timeless, yet decidedly modern and effortlessly cool.

Living between Los Angeles, New York and Paris, inspired by the West coast free spirit, NY lifestyle and individualistic spirit and Paris’ craftsmanship. JUNE7.2 was born.




JUNE 7. 2 was founded in 2016 out of a personal desire and need in the market for the right tee shirt. The label was born out of a free travel spirit and clear objective: to create the tee shirt that feels so amazing you never want to take it off. The debut collection is composed of 60 must have styles, each cut from the finest quality materials available and inspired by one of a kind vintage heavy stoned washes. The collection is lovingly designed in Los Angeles. Every detail is carefully considered, from the signature seam embroidered red arrows to the NO7.2 stamp. Fashion as the root of the company’s DNA, shaped and influenced by West coast lifestyle, culture and individualistic spirit mixed with Belgian and Argentinian backgrounds. JUNE 7.2 has more than 200 stockists in more than 15 countries, namely MADISON in L.A., MERCI in Paris, COMPTOIR 102 in Dubai.






Ingrid was catapulted to the forefront of the fashion industry after winning a worldwide ELITE modeling contest at just 18 years of age.
She became a highly coveted international model and spokesperson, doing campaigns for GUESS, Ralph Lauren, Victoria’s Secret, Dior to name a few and working with worlds famous photographers such as Helmut Newton ,Patrick Demarchelier ,Peter Lindbergh ... Ingrid walked the most prestigious catwalks around the world and hosted Belgium’s Next Topmodel for 3 seasons. Today she lives between New York and Paris.




Jacquie was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She studied Interior Architecture and received a degree from ABM University. In 2001 she moved to New York to pursue architecture and design at a Spanish firm based in Manhattan.

During her stint at the firm, Jacquie and a long time friend began a collaboration as designers with a leather manufacturer in her home country of Argentina to create a line of boots that reflected the culture and feeling of Argentina and bring that sensibility to the fashionable streets of NYC and beyond. Jacquie is now based in LA.