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May 21, 2014 with 0 Comments
Just in time for the Indy 500 this Memorial Day weekend, it looks like Jessica Simpson‘s kids are prepping for their own big race.
On Tuesday, Simpson posted an adorable Instagram photo of her two children – Maxwell Drew, 2, and Ace Knute, 10 months – sitting pretty in their own mini rides.
“Ace and Maxi looking like twins! And yes, they share pink cars :),” the fashion mogul and Weight Watchers spokeswoman captioned the photo.
Indeed, Simpson’s blonde duo do look strikingly similar, down to their sweet wheels from Little Tikes. Maxwell is behind the wheel of the company’s Princess Cozy Coupe, while Ace waits to be pushed in the Tikes Mobile.
And although they’re years away from getting their driver’s licenses, this is a traffic jam no one would mind getting stuck in!
Jessica Simpson said there’s a reason why she’s good at designing clothes for women — her varying waistline.
“Well, I think that I can relate to every woman out there. I have been every size there is, so I know how to dress every body type,” said Simpson, a Weight Watchers spokeswoman who heads a billion-dollar fashion empire that includes clothing, handbags, footwear, jewelry and other accessories.
“I truly believe that it’s not just about high fashion,” she told Savannah Guthrie on TODAY Monday. “You know, we all need pieces in our wardrobe that are fashionable but accessible, wearable, you know, and affordable. I think that that’s really what has made the brand such a success.”
Simpson is about to add home and baby lines to that empire. The mother of two young children also is planning a grand wedding to fiance Eric Johnson.
“It’ll definitely be extravagant. I don’t do things small,” she said.
Simpson has come a long way since she shot to stardom as a singer, recording her first album at 19, and later becoming the center of an MTV reality show with her former husband, Nick Lachey.
These days, her life is focused on her business and raising her family.
“We get up with the kids. We do breakfast. I’m always with my loving fiancé who I adore more than anything and, well, of course, my kids. They’re all equal,” she said.
Simpson said she is building a recording studio in her house so she can return to her music, which has taken a backseat to her fashion empire and her latest endeavor, a signature perfume.
Asked what she would tell her old self about the future and how to handle fame, Simpson laughed.
“Hold on! this is going to be a long ride,” she said. “And I couldn’t be happier.”
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May 18, 2014 with 0 Comments
From a young age, the highs and lows of her career as well as her personal life have played out in front of the public eye. Now, in an interview with Today‘s Savannah Guthrieairing Monday, the 33-year-old mother of two is revealing what advice she wished she could give to her younger self, and the answer might surprise you!
Of course, Jessica is incredibly grateful for the success that’s come from a life in the limelight. “I couldn’t be happier to have this,” she tells Savannah, “and I feel very blessed.”
It’s not easy doing it all, though, while simultaneously raising 2-year-old daughter Maxwelland 11-month-old son Ace. But, the bride-to-be eveals who it is she looks to every day to for motivation and inspiraton “to be a better, harder-working mom.”
Watch the clip above to find out the answer to that question and to see what advice J.Simp wishes she could give to her 19-year-old self.
(E! and NBC are both part of the NBC Universal family.)
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May 17, 2014 with 0 Comments
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Fashion designers often claim to take inspiration from esoteric (and eye-roll-inducing) sources: a Spanish cave etching! A line from The Waste Land! A Polaroid taken on an exotic childhood vacation to Zanzibar!
Not Jessica Simpson. The pop star-turned-retail mogul finds her inspiration closer to home — and further down to earth.
“When I’m in approval or inspiration meetings, I think of what I want my Nana to wear, and what my 2-year-old daughter Maxwell would look adorable in,” said Simpson during a keynote Q&A at Thursday’s annual Forbes Power Women summit.
Forbes chairman and editor-in-chief Steve Forbes interviewed Simpson in front of an audience of women entrepreneurs, leaders, philanthropists and business executives. He described her career as “astonishing” in both breadth and longevity.
Indeed, the Jessica Simpson Collection comprises over 30 product categories, from her hugely popular shoe line to sunglasses and jewelry. Almost ten years in, the brand rakes in about $1 billion a year at retail.
“My business is the heart of who I am,” said Simpson. She went on explain how she has manages to outsell most runway designers several times over by understanding everyday women, the vast majority of whom are larger than a size 2 and may feel alienated by what they see in Vogue.
“I want to make every woman feel confident in what they’re wearing,” she said. “I do feel like we’re very fashion-forward, but we also listen to the consumer.”
Simpson believes American women relate to her weight fluctuations, which have been documented in detail by the tabloid press for years.
“I have been every size on the planet and I understand women,” she said. “And I just know how to dress them. I know there’s all different kinds. There’s life in the whole world beyond LA and New York. I understand Middle America and their mindset.”
She and her design and business teams know their markets, too. “We do know what our Macy’s M +1.77% customer likes,” she said. “We know what our Dillard’s DDS +14.91% customer buys. We know where women shop and what they’re buying.”
Simpson strives to make her collection not just aesthetically pleasing for the everyday shopper, but comfortable too.
She spoke of flight attendants stopping in the airplane aisle to tell her they only wear her footwear during long-haul trips. And young women tell her they love hitting the clubs in her heels.
“They know if they buy a Jessica Simpson shoe they can dance all night long,” she said.
Up next for the fashion mogul? A home goods line, and then a baby collection.
“People will be sleeping on my bedspreads!” she said, giddy at the prospect.
And as for kiddie clothing, she assured the audience that as a mom of two infants, she knows which kinds of onesies are the easiest to get on, and take off, a squirming baby.
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May 16, 2014 with 0 Comments
ET correspondent Lance Bass caught up with Jessica Simpson at Forbes’ Women’s Summit: Power Redefined event in New York City Thursday, May 15, where the successful businesswoman/singer dished on everything from her reality TV past to new music and her upcoming wedding!
Though Jessica, 33, now says she would “absolutely not ever do” another reality TV series like her MTV hit Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica which aired for three seasons, she does admit she was blessed to have the reality show that turned her into a household name.
“I am blessed that I did have that show,” Jessica admitted, despite the couple’s less-than-happy ending. “It allowed people to come into my life, and to know me as a person, and I owe a lot of my support — my fans came from that because people could relate to me.”
But looking to her future, Jessica revealed that she is in fact working on new music at home in her studio, which will of course be inspired by her two kids with fiancé Eric Johnson — Maxwell Drew, 2, and Ace Knute, who turns 1 in June
“They inspire me,” she said. “They’ll bring the music out of me.”
Though surprisingly, her kids aren’t too fond of her singing lullabies.
“I think my voice is too loud to sing a nursery rhyme,” she admitted. “My kids kind of look at me like, ‘Ugh!’ Like, I startle them or something.”
The theme of this Thursday’s Forbes summit was “The Entrepreneurship of Everything,” and celebrated fellow female entrepreneurs like designer Diane von Furstenberg, and actresses Goldie Hawn and Felicity Huffman.
Check out the video to hear Jessica reflect on her insanely successful empire, plus why she won’t be the center of her upcoming wedding!