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Jessica Simpson embodies the message that sexy is loving the skin you’re in. Despite the shallow commentary by the media about her physical appearance over the years, she continues to be an inspiring and confident role model to us all. These 12 best Jessica Simpson body positive quotes show that she’s appreciative of herself and all women, because of, not in spite of, their unique shapes and sizes.

Body positivity is a hot topic these days. Bustle’s very own Marie Southard Ospina wrote a great article about body positivity, size inclusivity, and what those both mean for a society that’s long valued women based on appearance. Just as larger gals shouldn’t be stereotyped for carrying extra weight, slim girls shouldn’t be judged for lacking curves. Body positivity promotes the simple concept of accepting and appreciating people for exactly the body they are in.

To that end, it’s easy to love Jessica in all her stages. She’s been slim, sleek muscle—as evidenced in her Daisy Duke days— and she’s been a full and fertile mama during her two pregnancies. Is one better than the other? Not at all. Just like Jessica, many women fluctuate throughout their lives in shape and size. All too often self-confidence is tied to these fluctuations. Getting empowered can mean loving a body exactly as it is.

So, let’s hear it for Jessica and 12 of the times she spoke up for herself and her body.

1. On Creating A Clothing Line That Suits Many Shapes:

“I’ve been all kinds of sizes and … being a mom, I feel like people just can relate to me. I feel like it’s very important for people to be able to relate to someone that is a fashion designer, Simpson told Today Show.

2. On Being A Role Model To Her Daughter With Her Words And Her Actions:

Jessica Simpson took to GoodyBlog on Parents to share this: “Raising Maxwell makes me realize that I don’t want her to see me beat myself up for things like food choices or numbers on a scale. I don’t want her to learn anything like that from me. Those things don’t determine who we are and instead make us feel terrible about ourselves. I want to teach her to value herself, listen to herself and tune out the world. I want her to know her value, rather than spending her energy fighting negative voices from within. I want to teach her to figure out what is truly right for her rather than worrying about what anyone else thinks.”.

3. On Motherhood Shifting Her Perception Of What’s Important:

“As a mom I just have this confidence and I just feel so proud of what I’ve done and what I’ve accomplished…I don’t want to give her (Maxwell) any false perception of what is real…it is important to love yourself and know yourself,” Simpson said on Good Morning America.

4. On Negative Media Fueling Her To Do Things Her Way:

During an appearance on the Today show, Simpson told Matt Lauer that the negative press, “empowered me to rise above and stand up for all the women out there that do have trouble losing the weight.”

5. On Growing Out Of Old People Pleasing Ways:

Duringthat same interview with Lauer<, Simpson said, “It wasn’t really my priority to please the public and make them feel like I’m supposed to be looking like I did when I was 25.”

6. On The Madness Of 2009:

“The fact that I was famous last year for gaining 10 pounds, it’s ridiculous, and it’s really sad,” Simpson told Oprah.

7. On Being Honest About How Hurtful Words Can Be:

Simpson said this on Today: “I have feelings and hormones. I got emotional about it at times, but if anything I just kind of wanted to be a champion for other women and say, ‘We can do this.'”

8. On Using Weight Watchers To Slim Down:

“I didn’t have a weight goal; I just wanted to look healthy,” preached Simpson in an interview with InStyle.

9. On Feeling Good About Being Physical:

“These are my legs during a workout today! I’m proud of myself,” Simpson captioned her Instagram.

10. On Getting Into Life:

“I celebrate women of all sizes. I think that we’re all beautiful,” Simpson toldOprah.

11. On Embracing Life:

In that same interview with Oprah, Simpson said,”Nobody’s words, nobody’s compliments, nobody’s love, none of that…it’s all what I have within myself,” she says. “Every day will continue to be a journey. Every day, we’ll find something new out about ourselves that is authentic and is unique, but I really just finally relaxed. I don’t care what people have to say about my weight. I really don’t, because I think I look great.”

12. On Being A Woman:

“I’m interested in learning more about myself and what I value in myself and letting that be the beautiful part of me, rather than putting on the makeup or wearing the right designer. It really is about the heart of a woman that makes her beautiful” The Price Of Beauty on VH1.

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Jessica Simpson is on top of the world right now. Her namesake fashion brand just turned 10 years old, and she has been enjoying time with her husband and two babies. But many of us first met Simpson through something else: her singing talent. Some fans might be wondering if she will return to the roots of her fame. After all, it has been quite a while since the 35-year-old has released music — almost five years, if you can believe it. Well, as it turns out, Jessica Simpson is working on some new music, so it’s time for fans to get excited.

Simpson announced in March of this year that she was starting to work on a new record. The last album she released was a holiday album called Happy Christmas, and that was all the way back in 2010. But it seems like she is ready to put her vocal chords to work again, even if it means turning down other projects in the process. Interestingly enough, she reportedly turned down a $1 million book deal in order to work on this new music. According to Us Weekly, literary agents wanted the former pop princess to pen a book about her business success or a lifestyle book about her life with her husband and kids. But it seemed like the deal was not quite right for Simpson — at least not yet. In any case, if it is true that she turned down the very lucrative offer to work on new music, it must be some good stuff!



There is no word yet on when her new music will be released, or if it will just be a single or part of a larger album. In the last non-Christmas, non-greatest hits album Simpson released, Do You Know, she experimented with some country music. There is also no word yet on whether she’s dabbling in country again with her new music or if it will be purely pop like her earlier hits “With You” or “Irresistible.” That said, there are a couple exciting details from the songstress herself.

Simpson has been working on the music in her own home recording studio, and the recording process has even been the center of some family fun for Simpson and her little ones.

“I have a recording studio in my house so I can be around my babies as well,” she told Extra in March. “And they might try and sing over me. They won’t be my background vocalists, they’ll be like, ‘Ahh!’ They’ll be upfront and personal.”

Sounds like exciting stuff! If she has a recording studio in her own home, obviously her upcoming work is very important to her. And wouldn’t it be fun if there were references to her adorable kids in the album — or better yet, their own vocals? They definitely sound ready for their debut.

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Next for Jessica Simpson: the activewear business. Called, appropriately enough, Jessica Simpson The Warm Up, it represents the first major category expansion for her branded collection since partnering with Sequential Brands Group in April.

Sequential took a majority stake in the business, including the master license, and has hopes to build the total portfolio into a staggering $2 billion to $3 billion operation at retail. Jessica Simpson retains ownership of the balance of the equity in her company.

The Camuto Group, which held the master license until Sequential acquired its stake, built the collection’s retail sales into a $1 billion business.

Richard Gossett, president and chief executive officer of RDG Global, the activewear licensee, said the line has elements of active and ath-leisure. The activewear component comprises “authentic workout apparel,” reflected in the choice of zippers, how the fabric absorbs and wicks moisture and the design of pockets and details to accommodate keys and cell phones.

Shipping at the end of October, the line initially will be available exclusively at Macy’s Inc. in 300 doors and at Retail prices range from $24 to $49. The core performance technical fabric for leggings, sports bras and track jackets is called Extraordin-Air, a polyester-spandex blend that incorporates both sweat-wicking capabilities and four-way stretch.

Martine Reardon, Macy’s chief marketing officer, said the line “has some style and it’s got some comfort at the same time,” noting that the category is broad enough for “use at the gym or walking around the city doing errands.”

Tina Simpson, creative director for the brand and Jessica’s mother, said, “Whatever was going on in Jessica’s life at the time, we said we should be there. We had been looking at active for a bit, trying to find the right partner. Jessica works out every day — pretty much an hour-and-a-half every day.”

According to Gossett, the line will expand to other better retailers next spring.

“The misses’ collection has 32 styles at Macy’s,” said Gossett, pointing out that there’s an opportunity in plus sizes — 21 styles — for the Jessica Simpson brand. “She has a really good following across many different types of shoppers and the plus-size customer identifies with her as well.

“The character of the brand is definitely Jessica, from the prints to the colorations. She is intricately involved in the selection process,” Gossett added.


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Jessica, Eric and friends have brunch in Calabasas in 08/23/2015

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A decade in, Jessica Simpson’s label has evolved into a $1 billion lifestyle brand at retail, and the company has aspirations to double — or even triple — volume in the next 10 years.

Part of the route to this lofty goal includes new product lines, such as activewear and another fragrance developed especially for the decade milestone. Yehuda Shmidman, chief executive officer of Sequential Brands Group, which acquired a majority interest in the Jessica Simpson brand in April, pointed to several avenues of growth potential for the label.

“There’s growth outside America,” he said. “We’ve already had interest from several parties [for freestanding stores]. We also see certain pillar categories for the brand, such as activewear. And there are some other channels for growth, such as e-commerce and mobile commerce. We’re looking at all different ways to get the product into the hands of her customers.”

While the business has an extensive wholesale component, the e-commerce and mobile platforms need to be built. As for international options, the company hopes to capitalize on footwear’s distribution base in 55 countries. Sequential is considering markets in which it should enter or expand, and the right operating partners for various regions. Shmidman said interest has come from Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. “It’s a matter of finding the right partners and the right commitment so when we do launch, we’ll get maximum benefits to set ourselves up for [growth] for the next 10 years,” he said.

One launch pegged to the 10th anniversary is a fragrance, Jessica Simpson Ten, which is actually her eighth scent. The license is in its seventh year.

“We’ve watched the girl-next-door grow up,” said Don Loftus, president of Parlux Fragrances Inc., Simpson’s fragrance licensee. “And 10 years later, she’s proven her sustainability. She has a great sense of humor, [but] she takes the creation of her products seriously. There’s a continuity to all of her products, from category to category, even down to the gifts-with-purchase for the fragrances.”

The scent, which Simpson created with Marypierre Julien of Givaudan, has top notes of clementine, star fruit, nectarine, plum and watery fruits; a heart of frangipani, night-blooming jasmine, orange flower and tiger lily, and a base of vanilla, white chocolate bean accord, sandalwood, tonka bean and driftwood.

The limited-edition scent, $67 for a 3.4-oz. eau de parfum spray, is a flanker to Jessica Simpson Signature, launched in 2014. “As Jessica has matured, so have her fragrances,” said Loftus. While Fancy, launched in 2008, was heavy on the fruit notes, her following scents — Fancy Love, released in 2009; Fancy Nights, launched in 2010; I Fancy You, launched in 2011; the limited-edition Vintage Bloom, which bowed in 2012; Fancy Girl, out in 2014, as well as the aforementioned Signature and Ten — have gotten progressively more sophisticated.

Simpson’s scents are distributed in about 3,000 department and specialty store doors in the U.S. Simpson’s fragrance portfolio is said to generate annual sales of about $30 million at retail in the U.S.

Sequential’s ceo said he was attracted to the acquisition opportunity because of Simpson’s foothold in entertainment as well as fashion. The growth of the first decade was largely owing to the vision of the late Vince Camuto, founder of the Camuto Group. Initially a footwear label, Camuto expanded the brand when his firm became the master licensee. And as Jessica Simpson herself matured, the line expanded from mostly a junior-focused label to also include the now core contemporary lifestyle brand.

Alex DelCielo, ceo of Camuto Group, said, “When Camuto Group first took home the master license, the natural thing for us was footwear. That’s our specialty, our strength. We saw a great opportunity with the cowboy boots Jessica wore in ‘The Dukes of Hazzard.’”

Under Camuto, the product line grew to 31 categories, among them outerwear, eyewear and accessories, jeanswear, sportswear, tweens and toddlers, fine jewelry, and last year, home goods.

“When we first started, it was a celebrity brand. Today it is a brand, and footwear has grown with the other categories,” DelCielo said. Camuto Group just signed on as the footwear licensee for another five years.

One Jeanswear Group is the licensee for jeanswear and sportswear. Jack Gross, president, said, “I met with Vince in 2006 — then we were considered a moderate company. For us to be looked at as a better or contemporary company, we needed something a little sexier than what we had. I saw Jessica in other categories and that piqued my interest.”

The company’s licenses with Camuto were renewed with Sequential prior to the closing of the acquisition. According to Gross, half of the retail doors carry the junior line, while the other half has the contemporary offering.

“When Jessica started, the company was in the junior contemporary [arena] and as Jessica got older, the brand took on a more misses’ contemporary attitude,” Gross said of the evolution.

And while other brands, particularly those backed by a celebrity, come and go, Jessica Simpson has had staying power. Gross said that’s because the “DNA has not wavered. There is a consistent point of view.”

He added that Jessica and her mother, Tina, “are very involved and very collaborative. They have definite ideas on what they see for the brand.” Design teams from One Jeanswear work with Simpson’s teams in California and in New York, and the mother-daughter duo are involved in all decisions for the lines.

“They are very thorough, down to looking at buttons and trim. They take pride in looking at products to make sure they exemplify Jessica’s ideas,” Gross said. “Tina looks at it from a brand management standpoint…She is aware of the competitive landscape and wants the brand to have a point of view.”

Wholesale prices rang from $12.50 to $25. Jeans retail around $69 a pair. Gross sees a resurgence in denim, and believes there’s long-term growth for the category as “the tween now wants to look like a junior customer.”

The Jessica Simpson brand has been sold at Macy’s since its inception, and the retailer will have the exclusive debut of the activewear collection this fall.

Martine Reardon, Macy Inc.’s chief marketing officer, said Simpson has a loyal consumer base and attributes the brand’s longevity to the product. “The design sensibility Jessica gives the product is fashion-right, but not too far over the edge and not throwaway trends.”

Reardon said new product categories build consumer confidence in the brand, and the brand then “builds in an audience waiting for the next category.”

She said that over the years, “We’ve all sort of been growing up with her. As she’s gotten older, her lifestyle has changed and she’s recognized the categories that are important for her to be in. It shows how she’s really rounded out her assortment.”

Tina Simpson has been a key partner to her daughter in the development of the brand. “We usually don’t have a difference of opinion,” Tina said. “Jessica is the brand’s muse. She trusts me to pick out the color palettes [and the direction for the line]. I show it to her always. She’s constantly sending me [her] inspiration. She’s online more than I am. She’s always shopping on the Internet.”

The two Simpsons are in the stores once a month to gauge how the brand is doing, and head to Europe twice a year for inspiration. “We make sure the merchandise looks good and that we are getting the attention we want on the [sales] floor,” Tina said.

Helping them now will be Jameel Spencer, division president for fashion and entertainment at Sequential.Following the introduction of activewear will be an infants’ line. Baby products are slated to hit stores in the spring.

Spencer sees Sequential’s contribution to the business as “accretive,” while Jessica Simpson helps the firm target a customer base “we didn’t currently have.” Home is expected to present another significant avenue for the brand. “Other opportunities include beauty and nutrition. Crafting can be huge,” Spencer suggested. “There’s no limit to where we can take this brand.”

As for freestanding stores, he said, “We’re in discussions and are in the process of building [the store concept], as well as what the business opportunity would be. We are working with Jessica and Tina on the vision for a flagship, and there are also versions such as the shop-in-shop experience. We hope to get it going in


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Jessica Simpson’s eponymous lifestyle brand will soon introduce a new product. The designer label is celebrating its 10-year anniversary and as part of the milestone year, it is all set to launch a new fragrance. The “Jessica Simpson Ten” is her eighth scent and will be launched in September.

The former pop singer created the fragrance in collaboration with Marypierre Julien of Givaudan. The limited-edition scent is available in three sizes of 30, 50 and 100 milliliter. It is priced at $67 and comes from her signature perfume launched in 2014, WWD reported.

The limited-edition perfume comes in a crystal drop-shaped flacon with a stopper. The lid is designed like a peacock feather in silver. The perfume contained in the bottle is pale pink in color.

The scent has floral, fruity and gourmet compositions. The top notes consist of clementine, nectarine and plum. It also has heart of frangipani, night-blooming jasmine, orange flower, star fruit, and tiger lily. The base notes include vanilla, white chocolate, bean accord, sandalwood, tonka bean and driftwood.

“Jessica Simpson Ten” takes cue from Jessica Simpson signature scent, which was also created along with perfumer Julien. The bottle is also strikingly similar, the only difference being the stopper that comes with a gold-colored feather wrap. However, her earlier scent is also available in roller-ball eau de parfum.

“As Jessica has matured, so have her fragrances,” Don Loftus, president of Parlux Fragrances Inc. and the licensee of her fragrance, said. He added that even after being in the industry for 10 years, she has proven her sustainability, adding that Simpson takes the creation of her products very seriously and is very passionate about her brand.

Loftus also added that since her Fancy line of perfume that was first launched in 2008, to her latest launch in 2014, her scents have gradually become sophisticated, with her maturing as a person. The fashion designer’s fragrances reportedly generate annual sales of about $30 million at retail in the U.S. The scents are in about 3,000 department and specialty stores in the country.

Designer Jessica Simpson’s earliest scent was created in 2004 and the newest being this year. Her fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Alexis Dadier, Celine Barel, Steve Demercado, Cecile Hua and Marypierre Julien.

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