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Jess Glynne: Collaboration with Bench

Jess Glynne: Collaboration with Bench

By: Francesca Amato

Bench has enlisted the feisty British singer-songwriter, Jess Glynne, to create a comfy, cool, yet totally diverse, capsule collection. Jess’ bold personality and dynamic style is what stands her out from the crowd, and makes her perfect for this collaboration. She is someone that knows her style and owns it, whilst her strong, hard-working nature has seen her string together an impressive three number ones in collaboration with top artists.

Bench has enlisted the feisty British singer-songwriter, Jess Glynne, to create a comfy, cool, yet totally diverse, capsule collection. Jess’ bold personality and dynamic style is what stands her out from the crowd, and makes her perfect for this collaboration. She is someone that knows her style and owns it, whilst her strong, hard-working nature has seen her string together an impressive three number ones in collaboration with top artists.

Growing up in North London, her obsession with soul music was always prominent. In 2013, after turning down an audition for the X Factor, Jess signed with Atlantic Records. Her strength is found in overcoming certain obstacles, which is channelled through her music. She gifts us with intriguing insights into her journey, conveying these experience into stories that are relatable to a variety of people. 

This collaboration with Bench brilliantly reflects the brand and her style – one complements the other perfectly. You can tell where Jess has influenced the design, with the touch of bold blues, golds and blacks in individual pieces, whilst the clothing borrow their names from her song titles. The contrast in colours and the subtle use of pattern is a visualisation of her personality. 

Easy-to-wear, quirky clothing that’s affordable is a combination hard to come by, yet Jess has treated us to pieces that we can easily refresh our wardrobes with. Fashion should be experimental, but not taken too seriously and this collection reflects that perfectly. The singer has indefinitely channelled not only her style but her London roots, through a 15-piece collection that is for the everyday woman – the woman that cares for fashion but does not want to spend hours deciding what to wear. 

 

 

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