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Posted by Gabriuska on Jul 01, 2014 with 0 Comments


Jacket: Lululemon Scuba Hoodie Stretch (Lined Hood)

Short: Lululemon Secret Garden Tracker II Shorts

Sunglasses:Gucci GG3612 S 807 sunglasses

Purse:Yves Saint-Laurent Large Roady Hobo

Shoes: Asics GEL-Nimbus 16 Lite-Show Womens Running Shoes

Posted by Gabriuska on Jun 29, 2014 with 0 Comments



Romper: Urban Outfitters Pins And Needles Silky Flutter-Short Romper

Purse:Yves Saint Laurent Large Leather Roady Hobo

Posted by Gabriuska on Jun 27, 2014 with 0 Comments


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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Posted by Gabriuska on Jun 24, 2014 with 0 Comments


Read any fashion mag and they’ll tell you traveling in sweats is a  no-no. But apparently Jessica Simpson didn’t get that memo because she arrived in LAX wearing head to toe sweats. She was rocking the Splendid Mesh-Trimmed Short-Sleeved Sweatshirt ($98, down to $58) and the matching Splendid Contrast-Trimmed Cotton French Terry Sweatpants ($108) with a pair of white heels and we have to say, we’d totally rock this. It looks so comfortable–how could you not?

Have a trip coming up this summer? Better snag Jessica’s airport outfit before it’s gone.

Posted by Gabriuska on Jun 19, 2014 with 0 Comments


Posted by Gabriuska on Jun 18, 2014 with 1 Comment


No. That one word can make life feel like a series of doors closing in one’s face. From Marilyn Monroe to Oprah, some of the world’s most influential women grew very familiar with that routine early on in their careers. Marilyn worked in a factory before she became the most famous actress in the world, and Oprah turned a major demotion in local news into an opportunity for a national talk show. Their examples of perseverance serve as a reminder that Hollywood history has been paved by people who channeled their disappointment into onward momentum. Keep reading to learn the real stories about some of our favorite stars, including Jennifer Aniston,Scarlett Johansson and Jessica Simpson, and tell us who inspires you the most.

Marilyn Monroe

In less than a decade, Norma Jeane Mortenson transformed herself from a soldier’s wife and factory worker into Marilyn Monroe, a model and movie star. Along the way, the Los Angeles native faced major setbacks. In 1949, after 20th Century Fox and Columbia Pictures dropped her, she posed nude for $50. Despite the more desperate times, the following year, the actress was cast in The Asphalt Jungle, which made her a noteworthy name in Hollywood.

Jennifer Aniston

In 1989, Jennifer Aniston wasn’t an A-lister, but rather an on The Howard Stern Show. The shock jock spent part of her appearance speculating about her breast size. Despite being cast in a few shows, none of them took off, and the actress was desperate for her big break. Years later, Warren Littlefield, the former president of entertainment at NBC, shared a conversation he had with Jennifer. “[It's] 10:30 p.m. at night on Sunset Boulevard,” he said. “I’m at the Chevron station gassing up, and Jennifer is over at the other island, and she comes over, and she says, ‘Is it ever going to happen?’ and I say, ‘We believe in you. I love you. I so believe in your talent, I’m sure it will.’ A few months later, we handed her the Friends script.

Lucille Ball

A 15-year-old Lucille just couldn’t compete with her classmate Bette Davis at John Murray Anderson School of Drama in NYC; she was eventually dismissed for being “too shy.”. Still, Lucille spent nearly 20 years trying to make it big. Finally, she scored a breakout role in 1948′s . Two years later, Lucille and her husband, Desi Arnaz, became household names overnight when their CBS show, I Love Lucy, attracted millions of viewers. Lucy and Desi revolutionized TV, and their storytelling methods can still be found in modern-day sitcoms.

Scarlett Johansson

In 1995, 11-year-old Scarlett tried out for a role in. Despite delivering an adorable portrayal of Judy Shepherd in her audition tape, the part went to Kirsten Dunst>. Three years after, Scarlett finally caught the world’s attention in The Horse Whisperer, leading her on the path to eventually becoming a Golden Globe-nominated actress.

Oprah Winfrey

The Oprah Winfrey as we knew it wouldn’t have been a reality had Oprah not received a demotion early in her career. On April 1, 1977, Oprah’s boss at WJZ-TV in Baltimore told her she’d no longer be an evening news anchor and would be moved to morning cut-ins. “I was devastated,” she said. “I knew it was a horrible demotion.” Eventually, Oprah was tapped to cohost the station’s new daytime talk show, People Are Talking, a job one of her colleagues described as “the last thing in the world she wanted to do.” In 1984, Oprah left the gig behind for a move to Chicago, where she hosted on her own. She soon beat TV titan Phil Donahue, the show was renamed after Oprah,and it went into national syndication. The rest is history.

Jessica Simpson


We’ve seen Jessica wear several hats over the years — singer, actress, and, most recently, Founder and COO at the helm of an empire reportedly worth billions of dollars. Life wasn’t always so golden for the star, though. The gospel music label that represented Jessica went bankrupt when she was a kid, temporarily halting her platinum dreams. At 13, Jessica auditioned for Disney’s Mickey Mouse Club, competing with Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera for a coveted spot on the show. Recalling her audition after watching Christina sing, Jessica later said, “I froze and forgot everything.”

Posted by Gabriuska on Jun 15, 2014 with 0 Comments

Jessica Simpson Lands at LAX Airport

Here’s Jessica Simpson, arriving back in LA after a few days in NYC, carrying a Saint Laurent Studded Sac de Jour Bag and wearing a pair of what seem to be her favorite shoes – the Saint Laurent Janis Pumps. She’s tied it all together with what appears to be an extremely fashionable sweatsuit which looks pretty ideal for air travel. You can find Jessica’s Saint Laurent bag at Bergdorf Goodman, and her Saint Laurent shoes are available at Barneys.

We’ve seen Jessica wearing different Janis pumps several times before, and this isn’t even the first time we’ve seen her wearing them at an airport. The woman loves Janis pumps, and they do seem particularly on-brand for her look. Jessica also owns a modest assortment of Saint Laurent handbags, of course, which you can view in “The Many Bags of Jessica Simpson.”Jessica Simpson’s handbag collection is (unsurprisingly) very Jessica Simpson.

Posted by Gabriuska on Jun 05, 2014 with 0 Comments

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