Duck Dynasty's Jep & Jessica Robertson Design Clothes, Answer Whether Jep Will Be Shaving Post-'Movember'

11/14/2013 at 05:08 PM ET

Jep and Jessica Roberston Duck DynastyCourtesy Corello

Duck hunting and fashion don’t necessarily go together like peanut butter and jelly, but the cast of the hit A&E show Duck Dynasty is hoping to change that. First, 16-year-old Sadie Robertson walked the catwalk at New York Fashion Week, and now her aunt and uncle Jep and Jessica Robertson are setting plans in motion for their own fashion line!

“Jep and I are currently talking to a design team, and are planning on having a fashion line out in 2014. We will have clothes and accessories,” Jessica tells PEOPLE. “It will be at all the showrooms for boutiques to pick up. We are so excited about this business venture. It’s been a dream of mine for a long time.”

For the time being, the couple is partnering up with fashion label Corello to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. As part of “No Shave November,” 10% of all profits from Corello’s new line will go to the cause. “Jep and I have met so many children that either are currently being treated or were treated at St. Jude,” Jessica says. “Our family is so thankful for the work they do and the opportunity to work with Corello on this fundraising campaign. We couldn’t have picked a better team of designers and their fashions work so well for us both. We all get so busy and sometimes we need a reminder to slow down and think of those in need.”

The brand’s new line features edgy jewelry and clothing (it’s motto is “Dress Like a Rock Star”). Jessica’s favorite pieces are the “funky coats,” while Jep is all about the leather cuffs — check them out below!

Corello fashionCourtesy Corello

Partnering up with a clothing label was a natural fit for Jessica. “As a teen, I loved staying up to date on the new fashions. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve learned to create my own sense of style,” she says. “There are so many styles out there, but I don’t brand myself one certain style, because the truth is that I mix them together. I wake up each day and mesh several different brands into a perfect outfit. When girls ask me for advice on fashion, I usually tell them, ‘Wear what you feel great in! Be confident in who you are and what makes you feel good.'”

Even Jep (who ordinarily loves a good bandana and a pair of ripped jeans) feels more style-savvy thanks to the experience: “I wasn’t sure what to expect, but was committed to the cause,” he says. “I was a little surprised that I liked the fashion side of it as much as I did. I’ve always thought it would be cool to be a rock star, and with Corello you can find your inner rock star. And no, I will not shave off my beard once Movember is over.”

Adds Jessica: “Even if he did, I wouldn’t worry too much about it — he can grow another one in a month!”

Catch a video on the couple’s collaboration with Corello below, and shop the collection here. And tell us: Are you excited that Jep and Jessica are starting up their own clothing line?

–Brittany Talarico

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The Fame Game on

And it’s downhill from here….

JJ on

I do like them, but the whole family is OVEREXPOSED!

Judith Warren on

why not people will buy the stuff they want to sell

Dee on

He looks like he could be quite handsome if he shaved off that beard!

Jessica on

Can the whole family just go away already? They are overexposed as it is.

Susan on

I was in an outdoors store the other day, and the salesman was telling a customer that they can’t keep the stuff stocked. Every item they get in with the DD logo, sells out in a day. Must not have peaked just yet.

Debbie on

I really like Duck Dynasty and the family, but I really feel as though since they become popular, they are starting to become to commercial!!

Angie on

All of these guys’ wives are gorgeous. There must be something under all that facial hair! lol Some girls like beards, I guess. I can’t stand them. Especially not that long.

Alecia on

I love them and what they stand for!!! Keep Blessing, Lord!

timmyj on

i wanna know why when people get “fame” they start a clothing line all these people cant be fashion designers

Cindy on

While I really love this show, like the other wives, there is something about this one that I do not find genuine. I feel she is about the money more than the relationship. The other wives are very grounded, sensible and modest. She is bling,bling,bling..kinda makes me wonder. I may be wrong but my instincts tell me I am not.

Kat on

These guys are on a roll! What’s next?

Mindy on

I am sure they will be able to find someone somewhere to buy their clothes, but I don’t like the biker style. I feel it is kindof what a bee. I feel that jessica has been protraded as the materialistic wife out of the bunch. I mean the one show I saw her on she is telling Kory go grab your purse we are getting mani’s and pedi’s. So ya they are yuppies

Sarah on

While I love DD and the family values it promotes and the dedication to God, I am not a fan of this particular wife. She just seems shallow and fake. Don’t care for her a bit.

Heather on

Awesome! I love the pieces shown above and I love this family! I would much rather read about the Robertson family everyday instead of the Kardashians or Miley Cyrus.

Wendy on

It is sickening that this family, with all of its Christian values, is clearly turning into nothing more than a group of money mongering fools. It is disgusting that they choose to prey off of the money of the poor and middle class working people that they supposedly represent. How do people do that – market EVERY facet of their lives in search of the almighty dollar ? 10 % to charity? Big darn deal in the face of the millions that they profit…perhaps they need to remember the story in the Bible regarding how difficult it is for a rich man to enter the gates of Heaven…

Vanessa on

She annoys the heck out of me for some reason.

jessesgirl on

i think i’m the only person who has never seen this show

APPLEPIE on

Poor old folks….Nooooooo idea what this network is doing to them…Yeah big bucks but that Network owns your soul now…

Nicole on

Does anyone else find it crazy that they are turning into the “Yuppie” type that Daddy Robertson likes to laugh about?

Shae on

Agree with the other posts. Overexposed and now they are just coming off as greedy. So much for good ole boys. :(

Marina on

TO Wendy: This family is not preying on low income or middle class people that they are supposed to represent, because you obviously don’t know that they are millionares. If people do not have the money to buy the stuff then they dont have to buy it, it is up to people to know what they can and cannot afford it is not up to the people of the show

Anonymous Diva on

Well, I’m sure it will sell but, not my taste in clothing.

John Taylor on

Don’t care how popular the show is, they are tvpersonalities, not stars.

Charlotte on

Rather see these folks than the Kardashians

Codysoma on

I liked them better before they became so “Hollywood” and I hope they are not getting away from their christian roots. The old saying is “money is the root of all evil”…..

CBR on

Well if I’m ever in the market for a Beef Jerky Wristband I know where to go.

caren on

Is everything MADE IN USA??? I hope so!

Apelika on

Good for them!! They may as well take advantage of their fame while they have it. Some one said that they are overexposed…not so they are always dressed and covered up.

Apelika on

Reading posts here…obvious that some are really rather jealous of them and their good luck. Too bad so many lack imagination to figure out how to become popular.

jaquelin on

While I like the show, and the Christian values, it’s like every other show out there. They sell themselves out. Too much commercialism going on. Too Hollywood. Too bad someone will end up divorced like all other shows.

jaquelin on

I agree….OVEREXPOSED. Quit while you’re ahead.

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