Archive for the ‘Gallery Update’ Category
Nicole   /   12.08.2016   •  

Back on Monday, December 05 – Jenna attended the 2016 British Fashion Awards, held at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Jenna looked splendid in a Erdem London dress with shoes by Manolo Blahnik and jewellery from Jessica McCormack. Several photos from the event have been – finally – added to the gallery, with also thanks to my friend Emily for helping me with some!

More will be added during today/tomorrow so be sure to stay tuned and follow the site’s twitter @JennaColemanCom!


Public Appearances > 2016 > December 06: British Fashion Awards [+100]
Public Appearances > 2016 > December 06: British Fashion Awards – Ceremony [+3]

Jenna was featured in this Saturday’s issue of Telegraph Magazine (December 03). She’s now ambassador of America Express Shop Small campaign and has been interviewed about her life in eight objects. Check the scan in our gallery, only in MQ sadly but – better than nothing!

Remember and be sure to follow the site on twitter @JennaColemanCom!

Magazine Scans & Clippings > Telegraph Magazine (December 03, 2016) [+1]
Nicole   /   12.02.2016   •  

Back on Monday – November 28 – Jenna attended the Emilia Wickstead Festive Dinner. Among the other stars attending the event there were Gemma Arterton and Eddie Redmayne.

Jenna looked beautiful wearing – of course – Emilia Wickstead. Sadly, just few pictures from the event. You can find them in the gallery! Enjoy :)

Public Appearances > 2016 > November 28: Emilia Wickstead Festive Dinner [+5]
Nicole   /   12.02.2016   •  

HARPER’S BAZAAR UKCan you tell us a little bit about Shop Small and the role you play in helping small businesses?
I’m supporting Amex’s Shop Small campaign to encourage people to ‘shop small’ in the lead-up to Christmas in particular. And helping to shine a light on some my favourite independent shops.

Why do you think Small Business Saturday is such an important cause to support?
I think it’s important to encourage the creativity and individualism that small shops offer. I love to spend my Saturdays stumbling across a new independent store and finding an upcoming designer to offer something new for the home or for an individual gift. Also, the personal customer service, in your local coffee shop for example. I think variety and individualism is the key and one of things I adore so much about living in London.

How would you encourage people to support small businesses in their everyday lives?
It’s all about discovery, and finding those smaller, one-of-a-kind shops and taking enjoyment from it. It’s simple. I’ve really enjoyed sharing my tips and ‘finds’.

What was the first record you ever bought?
Cher, ‘The Shoop Shoop Song’ or Johnny Nash, ‘I Can See Clearly Now’.

What is your favourite film?
Hardest question ever, but I love classics like Bringing Up Baby, Betty Blue and Little White Lies. I am a big fan of Damien Chazelle too.

What do you have an irrational fear of?
Rollercoasters. Ironic after growing up in Blackpool.

What is your favourite childhood book?
Black Beauty strikes a chord. Alongside Enid Blyton’s The Wishing-Chair.

What is your signature dance move?
All about the hands. And a slight hip bob.

What surprises people about you?
That I am indeed of Scottish/English descent

Who was the first actress you were inspired by?
Maxine Peake at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, where I used to go on school trips.

What was a book that changed your life?
East of Eden, I remember reading the section about ‘Thou Mayest’ and finding it pretty profound wherever I was in my life at that point. Recently, I adored Donna Tartt’s Goldfinch, it felt very ‘big’.

What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?
I was in Bali with a taxi driver and he was trying to explain his life philosophy through a language barrier and it came out as “making easy”. I love the simplicity of this. I also read a Ricky Gervais quote on Instagram today which was: “No one else knows that they’re doing either”, which gives me immense comfort.

What are you most proud of?
I am proud that all my girlfriends from school have maintained such close friendships for 16 years now, through school, university, moving to London, working in totally different fields, life moving in different directions and now entering our 30s together.

What are the skincare products you can’t live without?
Bioderma, Su-Man toner, Linda Meredith Q3, Sisley Black Rose mask, [which is] especially good for a flight.

What is your signature scent?
Acqua di Parma Ginepro Di Sardegna.

What is the best beauty tip you’ve ever been given?
Ice your face for two minutes after cleansing – the cheapest and most powerful trick. It also wakes you up.

How do you keep in shape?
I really believe in functional medicine and try to put a lot of vitamins into my body. I switch between yoga and jogging, As of recent, a bit of horse-riding too. 


Who is your beauty icon?
Keira Knightley. I think she has such a Romantic grace about her. (source)

Photoshoots > Sessions from 2016 > Session 09 [+2]
Nicole   /   12.02.2016   •  

As ambassador for Place2Be, Jenna attended a couple of their events in the past week.

On Tuesday, November 22 she attended the Place2Be’s Wellbeing in Schools Awards – which celebrate and raise funds for their life-changing work – recognise ambassadors of positive mental health and highlight the unique contribution that schools make to the wellbeing of local communities.

On Tuesday, November 29 she attended the Place2Be Christmas Carol Concert, held at St Luke’s Church in London.

Few twitter photos from the two events have now been added to the gallery, please visit the Place2Be website to read more about this charity and donate!

Public Appearances > 2016 > November 22: Place2Be Wellbeing in Schools Awards [+2]
Public Appearances > 2016 > November 29: Place2Be Christmas Carol Concert [+2]