Kortni Jeane I Love Me Campaign

Kortni Jeane I Love Me Campaign - Kortni Jeane

Introducing the Kortni Jeane I Love Me Campaign!


First, let’s get this out there: putting on a swimsuit in public can be a little uncomfortable. We have all at one time or another felt awkward, ashamed or embarrassed while taking off our swimsuit cover. This is something that needs to change! We are here to make a splash in improving body image and self love.

It doesn’t matter your body type, age, life situation or even how many followers you do or don't have on Instagram. We are all girls and women, we are all beautiful and our differences can bring us together! We want to celebrate real women who embrace who they are and what they have to offer.

The #KJiloveme campaign's ultimate goal is for women everywhere to appreciate and love themselves on the inside and the outside. We know we have a long way to go to reach every woman with this message, but this campaign is just a small step to help achieve this goal.

Over the next two weeks we will be sharing insight from real women, just like you, on their journey to find body positivity, stories of their insecurities, and the power they've found as they learn to love who they are.

If there is one thing that we have learned by putting this campaign together it is that WE ARE ALL DIFFERENT and that is AMAZING! It has nothing to do with what your body looks like, but the good you can do with your body. 

We can't wait to share everything with you!

Be sure to follow along #KJiloveme on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and our blog for stories and insight from women who are learning about body positivity and promoting self love. 

Video // Paige Mosman

Photography // Brooke Stapleton



Kortni Jeane + Team


  • Sarah Thompson on

    I’ve been stalking your stuff since last summer and I can’t wait to finally make the step and buy a suit! I think I’ve been on the fence because I was worried how the suits would look on me since I have a bigger bust, but seeing women in all different shapes wearing similar styles makes me feel way more confident about my future purchase. But I will say I’m really turned off by the fact that you have no women of color in these photos specifically women who have darker completions. It’s awesome that you’re showing women who look different in size but you should include all women. It’s just a letdown to see a company who’s trying to make radical steps in the fashion industry but leaving out a big percentage of women. Hoping you can adjust your campaigns to be more inclusive.

  • Jamie on

    I love this. Your swimsuits are a game
    Changer. They are the first swimsuits I have owned that feel like they were made for me, that I now own two. I actually feel cute and confident walking around in them. I love that you have real happy women wearing them in your campaign. Thank you for your swimsuit line!

  • Hillary on

    I agree with Sarah…the pictures of beautiful woman in all shapes and sizes modeling your suits were the game changer for me to take the plunge & purchase & I now have multiple suits and have purchased for my daughters. Thank you KJ for inspiring all of us to find the beauty in each us!!!!!

  • KB on

    Really wish there was a wider range of representation (specifically PoC) in y’all’s campaigns.

  • Emily on

    I love this, although I wish it coincided with you restocking your black range in the larger sizes. All these women look great but I’ve been checking daily for a few weeks and they are all sold out :(

    PLEASE restock your black range soon!!!!

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