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Clutch: Judith Leiber Pop the Cork Clutch

Dress: For Love & Lemons Luau Mini Dress

Sandals: Burberry Prorsum Lucite Wedge Sandals

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Top: Givenchy V-Seamed Lace-Up Bodysuit

Skirt: Etro Paisley Print Maxi Skirt

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To prove to the world that is the reigning celebrity brands, Jessica Simpson, is opening fashion stores across the country to house her successful clothing line, shoes, accessories and fragrances.

“I feel like I can relate to the heart of every woman, no matter the size, the age,” said Jessica Forbes.

The singer founded his company in 2005, which grew by $ 1 Billion in profits last year thanks to its line of handbags, shoes and perfumes.

Simpson has since expanded her boutique stores to include women’s clothing, maternity, intimate, and home decor.


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Simpson products were already being sold in large stores such as Macy’s and Dillard. Now with her own boutiques stores will really capture the spirit of the brand.

Despite the risk, the star says that’s prepared.

“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,” Simpson said. “And in that we grow, and we learn from that, and there is success around the corner.”



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Dress: Norma Kamali Women’s Diana Dress

Tote: Valentino Rockee Fringe Tote

Posted by Gabriuska on Jul 10, 2015 with 0 Comments


Jessica Simpson is an extremely successful businesswoman with a fashion line that is a billion dollar business. Before she added “designer” to her résumé she was inspiring your style back in the 2000′s and late 1990′s. Jessica and her Daisy Duke shorts are part of the reason everyone has become addicted to jorts. Jessica also made you want a pair of UGG boots and a monogrammed designer bag more than you already did. And then of course there was her shiny Barbie blonde hair you tried to copy but could never quite get it to look as good.

This is why we wanted to raid Jessica Simpson’s closet:

1. She could pull off a jumpsuit as well as a dress.


Rompers and jumpsuits have always been considered tricky to pull off. The wrong style can give you a permanent wedgie or look like you’re trapped in the 1970′s. Jessica worked a jumpsuit as well as any dress. She even made a case for the boiler suit.

2. She had the best bags.


When I say “best bags” I mean she had a collection of Louis Vuitton bags. She had the classic brown one, but she also had the white one with the multicolored logos which was your ultimate dream bag.

3. She made us really want to own a white suit.


Did we have any place to wear it? No. Was it practical? Not really. Did that stop us from wanting one? Nope. There was something about Jessica’s head-to-toe tailored white outfits that we liked. They looked fresh and not like regular stuffy office suits. The lack of a blouse helped.

4. Jessica made boho glam.

The Olsen twins and Sienna Miller‘s versions of boho had a bit too many layers and one random scarf too many. Jessica nailed the boho trend. Translation: She threw on a small floppy hat and a long necklace and we decided to start calling it “glamorous boho.5. Jessica helped make the tracksuit a thing.

5.  Jessica helped make the tracksuit a thing.


We loved Newlyweds for the hilarious one-liners (the tuna/chicken thing is still a classic). However, we also enjoyed the show because we got to get a good luck at Jessica’s casual looks which were often comprised of a tracksuit, hoop earrings and a designer bag. That was how you wanted to relax.

6. She proved that there was no such thing as a pair of sunglasses that were “too big.”


Bug-eyed sunglasses were all the rage back in the day. Somehow Jessica convinced us that you could never buy a pair of sunglasses that were too big for your face. The bigger they were, the cooler you looked, and the more sun protection you had.

7. Jessica knew the importance of a hat.


A hat is often the cherry on top of a great look and Jessica knew that. The 2000′s were all about hats and Jessica had a collection of floppy hats, newsboy caps and fedoras that hat-loving Justin Timberlake was probably jealous of.

8. Jessica made everyone want to own 10 different pairs of jean shorts.


I’m pretty sure you can thank Jessica for 67% of the jean shorts sold in the mid 2000′s. Jessica/Daisy Duke made us realize our wardrobe was missing all of the wide variety of jorts available from cutoffs to high-waisted ones to teeny shorts with teeny cuffs.

9. She got us into cowboy boots.


Jessica was one of the people who made us realize how great UGGs were, but her other great contribution to footwear was popularizing cowboy boots. It didn’t matter where you lived, you needed a pair of cowboy boots. What else was going to do with your frayed denim shorts?

Posted by Gabriuska on Jul 09, 2015 with 0 Comments

Jessica Simpson

Singer-reality-star-turned-designer Jessica Simpson, Macy’s chief merchandising officer Tim Baxter and Peerless Clothing president Ronny Wurtzburger will be honored at the YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund Geoffrey Beene National Scholarship Awards dinner on Jan. 12 .2016 in New York.

In its 79th year, the event will be held at the New York Marriott Marquis for the first time to accommodate a larger guest list, according to organizers. Nearly $1 million will be awarded in scholarships for fashion programs at universities and colleges nationwide. The YMA FSF will award $5,000 scholarships to 161 scholars, who were chosen from hundreds of applicants. There will also be eight Geoffrey Beene National Scholarships Awards — four recipients will each receive a $30,000 award and the remaining four will each take home a $10,000 award to further pursue their education and career goals.

In 2005, the FSF began a partnership with the Geoffrey Beene Foundation to underwrite the event and to establish the Geoffrey Beene National Scholarship Awards for which the foundation has donated $5 million to the FSF.

Simpson has a $1 billion signature brand. This spring Sequential Brands Group Inc., inked a deal to acquire a majority stake in the company, including the Jessica Simpson Collection master license and other rights, for an undisclosed amount of cash and stock. The 35-year-old Simpson still owns the balance of the equity of her company. With the financial support of Sequential Brands, the aim is to focus on international growth for the brand and to potentially double sales, according to industry sources.

Baxter and Wurtzburger have their own celebrity tie, as Peerless produces Shaquille O’Neal’s men’s wear collection, which is sold at Macy’s. Last month the retailer unveiled a another major initiative aimed at male shoppers. Macy’s has joined forces with Men’s Wearhouse to open concept shops staffed by Men’s Wearhouse employees to offer tuxedo rentals in 300 of its department stores.



Posted by Gabriuska on Jul 07, 2015 with 0 Comments


To celebrate Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson’s one-year wedding anniversary, their photographer, Elizabeth Messina, shared some never-before-seen wedding pictures.

The second is awesome because it’s such a real moment. (SO much better than the standard, “OK, bridesmaids. Stand in a row. Now, 1, 2, 3, CHEESE!”) And because it’s packed with four important reminders on how to style mix-and-match bridesmaid dresses.



1) Opt for a muted palette. There are loads of colors going on here—blues, pinks, purples, greens. (Jessica had 12 bridesmaids, plus, sister Ashlee and mom Tina as co-maids-of-honor.) But because all the colors are soft, they work together. (Click here for a picture of Jessica Simpson’s full bridal party.) Jess called the vibe “a little bit angelic, but of course with rhinestones!”

2) Keep the fabrications similar. There are flow-y tulles and chiffons and some hints of lace there. And that’s about it, in the texture department. If there were shiny satin or heavy taffeta in the mix, the dresses that were visually heavier would stick out.

3) Pick low-key bouquets. The bridesmaids bouquets are all different, which makes sense with the different dresses, but they’re uniform in size, and the colors are subtle. Bright, bold flowers have their place at some weddings, but here they would have looked bananas.

4) Be consistent with hair and makeup. Your girls don’t need to be twinsies from the neck up—that would kind of defeat the point of mix-and-match—but, as with their dresses, their hair and makeup should have the same vibe. Here, clearly, the theme was undone curls paired with understated faces.

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