Created by Sacha Prost, son of Alain Prost, and his sister-in-law Delphine Prost, 8Js has the essence and authenticity of racing running in its blood.


“Racing isn’t only about mechanics and physics; it’s a state of mind and constant and delicate balance of danger, passion and glamour both on and off the racetrack.”

As a family and team, our priority is to save and perpetuate the racing lifestyle of the golden era of motor racing through the concept of a menswear fashion line.


jim, jo, jack…

Throughout the 60’s and 70’s, formula one has seen some of the most charismatic drivers of all times.Names like Jo, Jack, Jim or James were very common amongst them.


8 represents the infinity in rememberance of those astonishing years.


8Js was born !












Jim Clark, Zandvoort NL, 1967


8Js defines itself as an effortlessly chic and sporty line. 8Js thrives to inspire a choice of lifestyle akin to those revered legends.


The 8Js man exudes a cool and chic attitude. He has a taste for risk and breaking the rules, leading his life with simplicity,elegance and masculinity.












Jochen Rindt, Monaco FR, 1968

Twill and Wool Bomber Black 10

made in Italy

Just like bringing the world’s most powerful engines to ultimate precision and optimum performance, 8Js strives to elaborate and create garments of the highest quality.


The brand’s uncompromising attitude towards excellence, both in design and build, has led to all of its clothes being manufactured in Italy by a series of expert artisans.

racing legacy

By creating the right balance between soft and strong materials for each piece, 8Js pays tribute to the race-suits and gear of racing drivers and their comfortable but durable properties. In fact, the brand inherited a large range of details from the world of motorsports such as gunmetal parts akin to those of mechanical

parts, red racing lines, race-suit collars, squared quilt stitching patterns and many more. Faithful to its legacy, 8Js conveys these specific elements with an elegant contemporary approach.