Nobody’s Child is heading to Topshop!!
Nobody’s Child? Topshop? Allow us to explain… As you know, things have been pretty full-on for us since last October; we launched (#obvs), we sponsored the Fifth Harmony UK Tour, we popped over to South Africa to shoot our summer range, and we most recently explored all things ‘girl crush’ with 90s babe, Gemma Styles. But things are about to get even more exciting for Nobody’s Child, as we launch our first EVER concession – this weekend! – at none other than fashion giant, Topshop.
From Monday 6th June, our ‘fast fashion with a conscience’ will be available online and in Topshop stores across the country, including Lakeside, Bromley, Central London, Manchester, Nottingham, Glasgow and Bristol. And seeing how first impressions are everything, we’ve made sure our launch range is absolutely bursting with the hottest trends, styles and shapes. We’re talking Japanese inspired kimono wrap dresses, given a seasonal update with all-over floral patterns; sun-bleached Lolita tie-front crop tops, in Ginny spots and ditsy florals; and our home-grown palm leaf print – unfurled across a range of cami tops, frill-hemmed shorts and boyfriend bomber jackets – for the ultimate in jungle-chic fashion.
But as well as providing Topshop stores with a healthy dose of summer colour, it also means you’ll finally be able to try-before-you-buy. And though we currently offer free returns for precisely this reason, sometimes it’s nice to be able to pop into town to try on that culotte jumpsuit you’ve been thinking about all morning, with the option to take it home there and then. Perhaps you’ve left your holiday shopping too late (and we’re talking past the 4 o’clock cut-off mark for next day delivery) and need to pick up a bodysuit – like, pronto – or just fancy a new skirt for drinks with the girls that evening.
Ditsy Print Dress – £22
So, why did Topshop choose Nobody’s Child as their latest concession? Well, according to the Concessions Buying Team…
“We noticed Nobody’s Child campaign images on bus stops around London and on social media. We liked the mix of jersey and prints and thought it had a young and playful style that would appeal to the Topshop customer. We also liked that the brand has an ethical conscience, producing fast fashion at affordable prices whilst maintaining ethical standards.”
So, pop down to Topshop this Sunday to shop our new capsule collection, and as always, make sure you show us how you style the range over on Instagram using #NCpose. Or if you fancy representing us in-store as a Concessions Assistant or Manager, then check out the job description now!