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Posted by Gabriuska on Jun 30, 2014 with 0 Comments


Singer,actress, business woman Jessica Simpson hasn’t simply become a successful clothing designer who is actually taken seriously by many fans of fashion, but she has even become a very shrewd businesswoman who understands that if a little of a good thing is good, a lot of a good thing is surely really great. Simpson didn’t simply stop with her original clothing line, she has expanded into other areas, including a line of maternity wear that has accomplished the difficult task of being both practical and comfortable while still be completely adorable and stylish. Perhaps the fact that Simpson had back-to-back babies and spent the better part of years being pregnant recently had something to do with her inspiration for the collection. But it cannot be denied that the girl has a flair for design.



Jessica Simpson Maternity is a great way to remain trendy and looking fabulous while you’re cooking that bun in the oven. Long gone are the days of the modest giant tent blouses and dresses.


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Simpson’ maternity line is made for everyday women who know they’re still beautiful and cool while they’re expecting. The very best part about the line is that it’s filled with fashions you’d wear anytime, they just happen to be cut for pregnant women. For instance, there are skinny jeans that are skinny at the leg and comfy and elastic around the belly, so the hidden part provides all the comfort you need while the jeans are still so stylish. Simpson’s tees, sweaters and dresses are all cut to flatter a pregnant woman beautifully and make you feel confident that you’re still wearing trendy fashions.


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With her mother, business partner and brand consigliore Tina tending to her ailing father a few months ago, Jessica Simpson took charge of the boardroom at the Parlux Fragrances Inc. offices in New York, where her fragrance team had gathered to discuss what to call her upcoming scent.

“We were just throwing out different ideas and different names, and I said, ‘Why don’t we do something with just my name?’ There has to be a way to just do that because we’re doing it in the rest of our business,” said Simpson, continuing, “It was a fun meeting because I got to have the reins, and I really got to control it and do what I wanted to do.”

And that’s how Jessica Simpson, the floral gourmand fragrance launching in August, was born. “When it’s just my name, my heart is definitely in it,” said Simpson. “There were things about this fragrance that took me to a different place. It was exciting. It’s more sophisticated. It’s a little mature.”

The signature fragrance is more sophisticated and mature, and so is Simpson. Although her tabloid persona will no doubt always be a part of her, the days of Simpson’s “Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica” — the MTV reality show that solidified her celebrity beyond music — are decidedly behind her. Since she released her first fragrance under the Fancy franchise in 2008, she has entered her 30s, had two children (two-year-old daughter Maxwell and son Ace, who will turn one on June 30), settled down with fiancé and former professional football player Eric Johnson and expanded her brand, estimated to pull in some $1 billion in global sales annually across 32 categories. Industry sources believe the fragrance could boost the brand’s revenues by $20 million in its initial year on counter.

Vince Camuto, chief executive officer of Camuto Group, master licensee for the Jessica Simpson Collection, has noticed changes in Simpson, and they aren’t simply superficial. He commended her for being far more self-assured than she was nearly a decade ago when her brand was getting off the ground.

“You’ve got to remember she was really young at the time, and, with each year that has passed by, she became more confident, more knowledgeable and more approachable. She understands the customers and the products better. Her knowledge of the Jessica Simpson girl and what she has to do to build the brand is better,” said Camuto.

Simpson’s elevated confidence and maturity aligned with Parlux’s goals for her signature fragrance. “Signature is a huge departure. This is a really sophisticated project in the look, the smell and the packaging. It is much more upscale and much more sophisticated than anything she has had to this point,” said Donald Loftus, president of Parlux.

Like Simpson, her audience has aged — and the Jessica Simpson fragrance is aimed at older fragrance shoppers than the Fancy scents, although Parlux is still running with those of the Fancy variety. The company recently introduced a Fancy Girl limited-edition set that pairs an eau de parfum spray with three nail polishes.

Created with Givaudan perfumer Marypierre Julien, the Jessica Simpson scent is an amalgam of citrus, clementine, nectarine, pomegranate and apricot in the opening notes; frangipani, night-blooming jasmine, orange flower and tiger lily in the middle notes, and white chocolate vanilla bean, sandalwood, tonka bean and driftwood in the base notes. It is priced at $65 for a 3.4-oz. edp spray, $49 for a 1.7-oz. edp spray, $35 for a 1-oz. edp spray, and $18 for a 0.2-oz. roller ball.

Simpson said the fragrance is “a mixture of everything that I grew up loving. I am one of those people that part of who I am is doing a lot of reminiscing. It’s also definitely looking forward, so it’s kind of combining those two different elements and where I’m at right now [and where I was]. If [the children] reminisce about certain moments of their lives, I want them to one day be able to reminisce about me and be like, that’s what Mom smelled like.”

The crystal bottle with Simpson’s name etched across it is teardrop-shaped, and the cap is wrapped in a rose gold feather. Simpson views feathers as symbols of auspicious beginnings, truth and lightness. “Through my divorce [from former husband Nick Lachey] and through being forced to be in the real world on my own and have my own opinions and make my own decisions, I would see white feathers everywhere,” said Simpson.

White feathers show up in the ads as well. Shot by Gilles Bensimon at Big Sky Movie Ranch in Simi Valley, Calif., the print images feature Simpson wearing a feather-festooned Oscar de la Renta dress. Speaking of dresses, Jessica didn’t reveal much about what she will walk down the aisle in — her wedding is said to be planned for the July 4 weekend — though, only saying, “I’m working with one of my favorite designers of all time.”

Simpson did hint that she could wear more than one dress for the festivities. “There’s going to be a lot of happiness and joy, and it’s going to be a very big wedding because Eric has over 80 family members,” she said. Simpson doesn’t anticipate a third child in her near future. “If it happens, it would be a complete miracle. We are not trying to have another baby,” she said. “Within two-and-a-half years, I’ve had two babies, and I just can’t imagine being pregnant and waddling around again.”

Simpson is definitely not waddling around now. She has slimmed down, losing a reported 60 to 70 pounds after the birth of her son Ace with the help of Weight Watchers for which she is a paid spokeswoman.

Referring to the weight loss, she said, “It was about wanting a healthier lifestyle for me and, being a mother, for my daughter. I just want to represent a woman in the best way she deserves to be represented.”

Although she’s winning plaudits for her weight loss, Simpson’s weight hasn’t always been positively received. But Simpson remarked that all the attention on her weight hasn’t particularly bothered her. “It’s just something that has been talked about. I don’t really care. I’ll still eat a cookie,” she said. “When it got really bad, I just focused on my career and where I was at and what I could help people with. I put all those insecurities and all that stuff into something that would make me feel secure and would make other women feel better about themselves.”

The scrutiny definitely hasn’t hurt Simpson’s brand. It is growing by branching into the home and baby categories.

Aside from the fragrances with Parlux and products related to them, there is no other beauty merchandise under the Jessica Simpson umbrella at the moment. In the past, Simpson was associated with Proactiv, BeautyMint and Dessert Beauty. However, Simpson would consider extending her brand further into beauty. Her mother Tina said, “One day it would be great. Beauty, obviously, is a big part of everything. So, we’d love to do that.”

Camuto sees no reason why Simpson’s brand can’t keep growing. “I think there is more room,” he said. “When you have something good, it only gets better.”




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While many celebrities have attempted to parlay their A-list status into big bucks at the cash register, few have achieved the level of success that Jessica Simpson has. The pop star has helped to build a fashion and accessories empire that now spans 30 product categories and generates an estimated $1 billion in annual retail sales. “I never dreamt that this would happen to me in a million years,” admits Simpson on her foray into business. She credits her brand’s staying power to her ‘every woman’ appeal. “I feel like I can relate to the heart of every woman, no matter what size, what age…It’s been a learning lesson for me,” describes the 33 year old mother of two.

Yet Jessica Simpson is no stranger to skeptics and setbacks. “I have learned so many lessons when it comes to business, but I feel like the most empowering lesson that I have learned is failure is okay sometimes.  And in that we grow, and we learn from that, and there is success around the corner,” says Simpson. That philosophy has served her well in dealing with the intense media scrutiny she’s faced since having been catapulted into the public eye in her early 20’s.  “If anything, I feel like criticism humbles me and it makes me want to fight harder and just grow my business that much more,” she says. “And most of the people that do say negative things about me, they’re buying my shoes!”



In person, Jessica is a rare mix of determination and vulnerability. When asked what advice she would have given her younger self, she responds, “That it’s okay to cry and it’s okay to feel upset because…there’s always a way to get back up and make it happen again.” In fact, she credits one iconic songstress, Dolly Parton, with giving her the courage to continuously pick herself up and keep moving forward. “I was performing at the Kennedy Center to honor Dolly Parton, and I stood on stage, and I just stood there. And all of a sudden, I forgot how to sing, I forgot all the lyrics…and I just had to walk off the stage,” recalls Simpson of the highly publicized gaffe.

Following the flubbed performance, Parton offered encouragement to the younger star. “She said, ‘Honey, don’t worry about it. I wrote the song and I still can’t even get the lyrics right!’…She [Parton] really just empowered me to get back on stage, and she gave me the confidence that I needed in that moment,” shared Simpson.

I sat down with Simpson at the recent 2014 Forbes Women’s Summit where she discussed her billion-dollar empire, dealing with critics and the most important aspects of motherhood.



Posted by sweethazzardteam on Apr 22, 2014 with 0 Comments


Fancy Girl is the fifth scent from the Fancy collection by Jessica Simpson. Fancy Girl is presented in 2014 as a coquettish, sunny and fun fragrance floral – fruity fragrance with an addictive vanilla dry-down.

Top notes: raspberry, pear and nectarine. Heart: golden orchid, freesia and cyclamen. Base: vanilla cream, sandalwood and amber musk.

Available as 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
At first, it smells delicious! Something like lemon caramel or fluffy vanilla.
It’s a bit more juicy & warm floral with a bit of Oriental in it than the original Fancy, but sweet non the less.
Just a bit more sophisticated.

It’s the absolute perfect combination between Fancy and Fancy Love.
If you are a fan of either, you MUST check this out!!

I love the gold and glittery packaging. Sheer beauty. The gold has a bit of texture which makes it even more fun.

It’s the kind of fragrance you simple can NOT go wrong. There’s a bit of sweet, a bit of floral and a bit of fruity in there. It will please most noses, so it’s an easy choice for a gift to any perfume lover.

It’s quite a light fragrance so it wont last all day. At least it doesn’t on me. But after 6 hours I still smell hints of it, which is not bad AT all.

Overall I’ll classify it a 10/10.

As the introduction, Fancy Girl comes with  a set with 3 gold glitter nail polishes. I pair the metallic polish with the gold glitter and it looks great but my favorite combination is this combination of Pink polish with gold glitter.


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I take great pride in announcing the second annual Forbes Women’s Summit: Power Redefined, taking place May 15th in New York City.

The theme of this year’s Summit is fittingly “The Entrepreneurship of Everything.” Today, in order to affect meaningful change, one has to possess an entrepreneurial mindset, spirit, and approach. Whether it’s leading a multinational firm focused on innovation, launching a startup solving a decades-old challenge, or spearheading a social movement that will improve the lives of millions—it’s all entrepreneurship. And it defines every aspect of our lives.

Forbes will be bringing together 250 leaders across diverse spheres of influence including the most dynamic thinkers in business, philanthropy, education, media and entertainment.  Our mission for the Forbes Women’s Summit is to harness the power and intellect of this multi-generational group by forging partnerships, creating solutions, and taking actions to make the world a better place. Entrepreneurs don’t just come up with ideas—they make things happen.

The day’s conversations will cover topics including health, education, leadership, entrepreneurship, and economic innovation and will include insights from such leaders as:

Our commitment is to scale the scope and impact of the conversation beyond this one-day event, so we have launched a dedicated Power Redefined section on Forbes.com. In addition, the content from this cross-generational gathering will be featured across all Forbes platforms – desktop, tablet, and print – in the hopes that you, too, will contribute to these important conversations in the weeks and months ahead.

A complete Summit agenda and participant list can be found on Forbes Conferences.

Finally, I’m grateful to all those who continue to demonstrate an unwavering commitment to empowering women around the world. My hope is that the Forbes Women’s Summit will inspire each and every one of us to recognize that we do have the power to be game-changers.



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