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From: Kristin Burns Instagram ( on of the photographer’s I feel manages to capture the real beauty of Jess, the best)


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Jessica Celebrated her dear friend’s Lauren Baby shower.

Both girls looked AMAZING.

Wonder if Lauren is wearing Jessica Simpson maternity. She usually rocks their pieces extremely well.


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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.



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Stepping out in a form fitting ensemble on Thursday, Jessica Simpson’s streamlined figure was all too evident as she left a meeting in Los Angeles.

The 33-year-old singer and actress caught the eye in an embellished, semi-sheer summer dress that complimented her toned frame following a three hour confab with event planners regarding her imminent nuptials on July 4th.

The ensemble was accessorized with obligatory sunglasses and a striking black handbag from Louis Vuitton, while distinctive strappy heels rounded things off.

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk

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PS – you can already buy some items from her home line at Bed, bath and beyond. (click here)

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“I am thrilled to be working on this collection,” Simpson says. “Home interiors have always been a passion of mine. I spend a lot of time at home and even more so as a mom. I always aspire to create a sanctuary for myself and my family. The collection is perfect for both the young lady who is setting up her first space and the family who is setting up their home.”

Camuto Group, based in Greenwich, Connecticut, has been the master licensee for the Jessica Simpson Collection since 2005. “It’s an exciting, dynamic brand built by her and her family, and that makes it a different product offering than what’s out there,” Executive Vice President Leah Robert says. “Everyone really works together to make it the best brand.”

The team helps create a cohesive brand for girls and women looking for fashion at accessible price points. Director of Public Relations Peggy Merck says being part of the brand’s team has allowed her to see the loyalty that Simpson’s fans have for her and the response they generate to her work, which she says is amazing. “I spend a lot of time in the media, following our posts and responses, and we have a really loyal brand following,” she adds. “[Simpson] has a fan base that feels close to her because she’s really great at opening her life up.”


The Jessica Simpson Bedding and Home Accessory Collection embodies Simpson’s feminine design take on modern Americana. Products will feature bohemian prints, delicate floral, and soft, romantic ruffles that can create a whimsical, vintage or modern look in the home. “We are staying true to her roots,” Merck says. “She is a Texas country girl at heart and has a great sense of style; the collection includes everything from light delicate floral designs to bolder prints.”

The line includes comforter sets and duvets, embroidered quilts, bedspreads and accessories, such as decorative pillows, bed skirts, euro shams, throw blankets and drapery, as well as sheet sets and basic bedding. Comforter sets will range in price from $149 to $179 and decorative pillows will be priced from $40 to $60. “We have had a great response from retailers,” Robert says. “It’s a new point-of-view and brings a fashion element to the home space.”

Everything in the brand closely aligns with what is happening in Simpson’s personal life. The Jessica Simpson Collection is inspired by and designed in collaboration with Simpson. She and her mother, Tina, have worked side-by-side for years developing her eponymous collection and home interiors have always been a shared passion.

To create the bedding and home décor collection, Camuto Group and Simpson signed an exclusive licensing agreement with Peking Handicraft Inc., an international manufacturer and wholesaler based in San Francisco that specializes in home textiles, decorative accessories and giftware. The company was chosen because it had a profound understanding of the Jessica Simpson aesthetic, great integrity and a positive connection with the Simpson family, Robert says.

“Jessica Simpson has the uncanny ability to build and maintain a unique emotional connection with the American public,” Peking Handicraft President Mark Grand says. “We are overjoyed to be partnering with Jessica and her team in bringing trend-right, value-driven home textiles to a consumer who has responded enthusiastically to her collection of apparel, shoes, handbags and more.”

Also joining the home offering for fall 2014, through a partnership with 1888 Mills, is a full collection of kitchen and bath towels with a specialty USA-made collection for spring 2015. Featuring a vibrant color palette of solids, stripes and cheerful prints, the line is designed to mix and match and complement the bedding. A collection of rugs and accessories is also in development with Bacova Guild Ltd.


The Jessica Simpson Collection appeals mainly to women ages 18 to 40 that are entering different phases of their lives at similar times with Simpson, Merck notes. “A lot of Jessica’s fans have grown up with her and now they are moving in with their boyfriends, getting engaged, setting up their first apartment, as well as having children that want fashion for themselves and their bedrooms,” Merck says.

The home collection launched in May at select Bed Bath and Beyond stores to capture the college demographic, and the entire collection will be released in the fall at retailers nationwide.

Camuto Group created an early buzz about the Jessica Simpson Bedding and Home Accessory Collection by sharing photos and blogging about the products. “It’s so important today to be looking mobile with social media and fashion blogs,” Robert notes.

“We shared some photos of the bedding and towel collection and it became one of our highest-performing Instagram posts,” Merck says. “It’s exciting to see that response.”

Fans are loyal to the Jessica Simpson Collection because Simpson influences it and her personality comes through. She invites people in by sharing pieces of her life, such as photos on Instagram of her children in the living room or wrapped in bath towels, and Merck says this invites her fans to feel closer and see her as “the girl next door.” “They see her doing what we all do and it extends beyond her celebrity,” she adds. “I think we have that loyal brand following at retail and a natural fan base because of that.”

To keep fans connected to everything Jessica Simpson, the www.jessicasimpson.com site is under renovation, but plans for the site include the marriage of e-commerce and a content-based platform for the Jessica Simpson lifestyle.


Outside of the home space, the collection continues to grow by building out its existing categories at retail. This spring, a swimwear collection for tween girls, sizes seven to 16, was introduced, as well as extended sizes, designed specifically for a fuller figure, as part of the women’s offering. In maternity, a collection of swimwear and activewear for expecting mothers also launched this spring. A limited-edition fragrance, Fancy Girl, a sunny, fruity floral scent sold as a set with three nail lacquers keeps things fresh in the beauty department.

In the future, the Jessica Simpson Collection will continue to closely align with Simpson’s personal and professional life, and expand to fit the needs of women. “The line is evolving,” Robert says. “We work hard to align the brand with what is happening in Jessica’s life in an authentic way. Nothing happens that is not connected to her personal and professional endeavors. It makes a lot of sense for us and the customer.”



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