Sunday, 10 November 2013

Dolls Kill

After working with the incredible Hanna Beth earlier this year on our AW Lookbook for Topshop we got chatting and were introduced to the amazing online store Dolls Kill! Since then we have fallen in love with the online store, sadly it is US based but they do send internationally thankfully! The store sells one of my new favourite brands UNIF as well as Ragged Priest, Brian Lichtenberg, Joyrich and Long Clothing. Inspired by the youth culture of today, tomorrow and yesterday, you'll find clothing inspired by digital girls on tumblr, underground counterculture and stylised gutter punks. Dolls kill really offers us items we can experiment with whether its dipping into different youth cultures or just experimenting with individual style. You can be as daring as you like and finish it off with some killer make up or just buy some key pieces and dress them down, it really is a fashion bloggers dream.

Check out the site for yourselves! You'll recognise Hanna Beth from our AW Lookbook

Thursday, 7 November 2013

Hope Clothing in SS20 Oxford

I am so super excited that we now have our menswear collection in one of the most highly respected skate stores in the UK, SS20 in Oxford. The store has been running since 1988, same age as me, a like to other skater owned stores such as 5050 Bristol. Since 1988 the store has always provided us with the best skateboard and snowboard equipment through there extremely impressive store in Oxford to the huge online webstore. The store sells brands such as HUF, Diamond, Carhartt to our friends Skateboard Cafe, so for us its such a massive compliment to be part of this store. Massive thanks to everyone at SS20 for making this happen, especially Neddy, you superstar!

Make sure you check out the store as well as HOPE Clothing in the clothing brand section online and in store!

They also have a sick deal on at the moment 2 for 3 on all clothing an accessories, see online for more details!

Saturday, 2 November 2013

Jennifer Hope x Boom Nails pop up shop Boxpark London

We thought we would give you a taster of how the pop up shop is looking over at Boxpark Shoreditch!  As you can see have a selection of items from our Spring/Summer 2013 collection, Transitional collection 2013 and Autumn/Winter 2013 collection! We also have a sample rails of one offs, samples and deadstock. Pick up some of our leggings for just £20 only in store!

Come and visit us and get your nails done by Boom Nails at the same time!!

Sunday, 13 October 2013

Alysha Nett for Jennifer Hope

We recently worked with superstar and absolute BABE, Alysha Nett, in London when she was over from LA! Alysha is an absolute joy to work with and the pictures came out so well! The lady herself took home a pair of our leggings back to LA with her so she can rep them over the pond.

If you ever get to work with her, or get the opportunity, do it! She is one of the best models we have worked with, extremely professional, gets the job done to her best of ability and is the sweetest girl!

We put together her outfit from one of the looks we did, more photos to come!

We dressed Alysha in our Jennifer Hope HOPE London crop along with green pentagram wet look leggings, both are available from Topshop Oxford Circus and online! We have also added our HOPE chain snapback which we have a few left of. As well as this amazing necklace by GoGo Philip, if your like me and can never find the best gold chunky chain, GoGo Philip is the place to go!
And to finish off we have the incredible UNIF Grail platforms which you can purchase online if your in the UK from Nasty Gal or Dolls Kill!

Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Jennifer Hope AW for Topshop Oxford Circus

Finally the AW collection for Topshop is in the Oxford Circus concession! Obviously we will be adding to it throughout the season along with accessories but go and  check it out! We love it so hopefully you do too!

Monday, 23 September 2013

Mesh, Pentagrams and wet look unicorns

After a lot of hard work and determination Jennifer Hope have produced an AW collection for Topshop Oxford Circus. Some items being exclusive to the store. 

We decided to change it up a bit and take away some of the tie dye we are well known for and give it a darker punk vibe. We have two t-shirts in the collection, one logo vest with long black mesh sleeves and another ripped version with short sleeves that contours your back perfectly. 

Another part of the collection is our extremely easily worn baseball tee however we goth'd it up a bit with a simple large pentagram symbol to match the sleeves! You may or may not have noticed pentagrams throughout our collections of late which we have now brought into our new legging prints. We are super excited to release our new leggings from the range into Topshop, from purple tartan to wet look unicorn to pentagram leaf leggings, I think you will love them just as much as we do!

Sunday, 22 September 2013

September Sale!

Our September sale is still on for you guys and today we have given you an extra 20% off everything for Sunday Sloth day! Heres a few items that are still available in the sale!

Use the code below to receive your 20% discount!

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Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Hanna Beth for Jennifer Hope AW Topshop Collection

Last week we got to work with one of my favourite models from LA, Hannabeth. Hanna was over in London visiting her friend so we just had to meet up with her for a quick shoot.

We are having a massive change over of stock in Topshop Oxford Circus concession at the moment so who better than to model the collection for us than Hannabeth!

One of the newest members to our team and super talented Anna Bending, helped us out by taking some amazing photographs for us! And fashionista superstar Kitty Cowell was there to help out with a bit of direction and styling for the shoot!

We were all so stoked on how the pictures came out! Let us know what you think over out our Facebook.

All of the collection will be available from Topshop Oxford Circus, some will be available online

Thursday, 15 August 2013

Jennifer Hope Interview with Juice Gee

We have our final instalment of interviews from our models from the photoshoot from the super talented Juice Gee owner of Small feet Big Kicks! However its not our final interview as we have some coming from our make up artist, videographer and good friend Gareth from Knife Party!

Juice Gee tells us about her company, from what she thinks about streetwear becoming more 'fashionable' to her essentials for festivals!


Hey Jess!
 JG: yo!!!
We haven’t seen you since the photoshoot, have you been busy?
 JG: yeah!! haha I'm always busy... it's been non stop between working and festivalling, we did Sneaks and Peaks recently and we have Crepe City coming up this weekend!
How are you finding juggling your job with Topshop along with your company ‘Small Feet Big Kicks’?
JG: It's a hard struggle... I find myself always being quite tired... so I have to try to push myself to stay awake that bit longer! Luckily I have a good team that work with me.. but I do wish I could spend more time on SFBK to be honest!

For those who don’t know, Jess co-runs a company called ‘Small Feet Big Kicks’ where she sells trainers for us smaller footed people! We definitely agree with the moto “why should you have to have big feet to have nice shoes?” Is this the reason you started the company?
JG: “why should you have to have big feet to have nice shoes?”  - pretty much sums it up in one! Since I've been in to trainers I've had girls asking me where my kicks were from and could I help them find some... so it just seemed like the next best move to start somewhere that was created for that purpose!

Do you find the trainer market has become a lot more popular within the last couple of years?
JG: Yes definitely. There has been a massive boom in the trainer industry in the last few years, which is great for everyone. The market has opened up a lot more to the smaller footed peoples! Hopefully it will last :)

A lot of high street fashion stores now sell trainers within their walls, do you believe this is a positive or negative thing?
JG: I suppose it is a bit of both! I think it's cool the industry is being more open and welcoming a larger audience, as it makes trainers a lot more accessible. But at the same time, because trainers are being brought out quicker than I can say 'BOOM' the quality isn't as good as it was. It also means that the 'trainer/streetwear culture is getting lost, as every other person now is wearing generic releases and obvious streetwear brands like Obey, and Supreme.

 We know you have a good couple of hundred pairs, we saw the IKEA advert! Do you have a favourite pair?
JG: I always get asked this question, and it's always hard for me to answer!
So I always just go with my favourite pair for comfort which are, my Nike SB 'Twin peaks' - they have moulded to my foot, and are so comfy I bought a second pair!

Following your Instagram we can see that you have such a unique style, can you explain it to us?
JG: My style is hard to explain. I suppose it's an ecclectic mix of streetwear and quirky prints. I'm a bit of a tomboy, so I love menswear, mens sportswear and oversized baggy styles. And of course topped off with a pair of trainers! :) 

Do you have a favourite brand or shop that you buy into?
JG: I don't really shop in actual shops to be honest, most of everything I wear is found on ebay, charity shops, or bootsales. I do love Monki though! I discovered that shop about 4 years ago as one of my best friends lives in sweden and I was happy when it came to london, but pissed at the same time that my gem was going to be discovered by everyone!! haha
Streetwear brands I love are Stussy and Alife - I also have a lot of tees from small companies - I like to support other peoples/friends brands a lot!

If a friend called you and told you they were taking you to Boomtown festival in 10 minutes, what essentials would you pack?
- All Black AM90s
- A bag of bindis, gems and glitter
- Some kind of headwear
- Sequin/trashy hot pants/shorts
- Quirky print jumpsuit
- A baggy oversized top either tiedye, or bright colours
- My battery powered fairy lights

HAHA, battery powered fairy lights, amazing! We fell in love with the picture of you with the red smoke behind, as you can see it on most of our banners! How did you find the photoshoot with Tom Barnes?
JG: I loved it! It was chilled and so much fun.... all the colours worked so well! The pictures came out great. Although I'm a bit awkward and camera shy especially nexts to the likes of pros, El and Kitty! haha It was a good day! :)

Not at all you were a natural. Any thoughts on the brand? Favourite items?
JG:I love the brand! I love tie dye and anything with good prints as I specialised in print for my textile degree! I love the bubblegum tie dye dress/body!

Our last question for your wonderful self, what are your goals for the future?
JG: Venture into something more creative job wise... start saving properly and go travelling, keep things moving with SFBK!

Check out Juice Gee's company Small Feet Big Kicks Here