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Posted by sweethazzardteam on Feb 14, 2011 with 5 Comments

Jessica Simpson is BACK!

She’s the cover girl for New York Magazine – and her hair steals the show — in a good way!

You will not forget this cover!

What you will also remember is how much Jessica Simpson is making off of her fashion line. Indeed, Jessica Simpson is laughing all the way to the bank according to the hot new issue of New York Magazine.

“I never thought I’d be some fashion mogul!” Simpson tells the magazine of her hugely successful fashion line, which is reportedly on track to make $1 billion this year in sales.

Yes, $1 BILLION!!!

Still in Love?

Jess also opens up about her love life and fiance Eric Johnson:

“Was it love at first sight?…No. I don’t know if I believe in that. But it was definitely ‘I could love this man. And maybe I already do.’”

What about her body?

P.S. Will one of the celebrity weeklies jump on the Jessica Simpson bandwagon and make her the cover girl this week? That’s a safe bet!

Posted by sweethazzardteam on Feb 14, 2011 with 0 Comments

Who is fashion for? Not so long ago, real fashion existed only for the very few—wealthy people with access to the best showrooms and shops. Opinions were for designers to have and others to ape. In this issue, we take a look at who fashion is for now. Ask Jessica Simpson, and she’ll tell you it’s for anyone with a hundred dollars or so to spend. Ask Alexander Wang, and he’ll give you a very specific idea of the Wang girl. Ask the suddenly ubiquitous street-style bloggers, and they might say that fashion is anywhere you care to look. Yet the fashion world can still be cloistered, an up-for-anything place (see photojournalist Jeff Mermelstein’s take on the shows), but not always as sophisticated as insiders might like to think. Consider the industry’s relationship to race, the subject of Robin Givhan’s essay. Finally, what about the clothes? No matter how much fashion has changed, the runway still exists, and this season it was full of spectacularly varied trends (white suits, neon accents, punk revivalism). And consider paying some attention to the latest erogenous zone: your back. Because whomever fashion is for, you might as well use it to leave an impression.

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Jessica Simpson and her fiancé Eric Johnson were hand in hand yesterday for a Sunday lunch date in LA. They headed out of the R+D Kitchen and walked out to their car, with Jessica showing off her legs in a tiny pair of cut-offs and high heels. She put on a happy face for her latest meal out with Eric, though things with her family have been difficult lately since her sister Ashlee’s filed for divorce from her husband Pete Wentz.


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The sun sets extra early one sloppy winter afternoon on the clutch of paparazzi huddled on a midtown sidewalk beside an idling SUV. Big, wet flakes of snow are landing on cameras, heads, shoulders, but the photographers are still there, bouncing up and down against the chill. They’ll keep on bouncing all night if they have to, because inside is Jessica Simpson, and at a certain point, she’s going to have to come out.

But on the fifteenth-floor showroom of the Jessica Simpson Collection, it is warm and bright and Simpson is in no hurry. Everywhere are mannequins in denim cutoffs, platform sandals, crochet tops, as if dressed for some sort of outdoor-music festival in Nashville or Dallas or Baton Rouge. Eight women (including Simpson; her mother, Tina; and her mother’s best friend, Beth, who was Jessica’s first dance teacher back in Richardson, Texas) are clustered around a big square table covered with hats—all sorts of hats. There are beret-style hats and fedora-style hats, and lots of versions of brimmed, military hats in patterns ranging from camouflage to houndstooth to what looks like a felted patchwork quilt. Every single hat is examined as it fits over Simpson’s flossy, long blonde hair, its details scrutinized: Too much brim? Too little? How about this but in mustard yellow here and olive green there? Notes are taken, style numbers read aloud and entered into a laptop computer. And then, every so often, Simpson, her voice still guttural and Texan: “Approved!”

These hats are a piece of Simpson’s fashion empire, which clocked sales around $750 million last year. This year, Simpson, who is 30, will add both a full ready-to-wear collection as well as a “career separates” line to her docket, which should push sales past the billion-dollar mark. And Simpson—or Simpson’s top surrogate, her mother—will sit in a room just like this to approve every single thing that gets her label inside.

To put that figure in context, it means Jessica Simpson is doing roughly the same volume in sales as Michael Kors.

It’s a dizzyingly enormous amount of stuff, and it’s a staggering amount of money. And at the center of it all is … Jessica Simpson? We first met her about ten years ago, when she was a virgin from the Bible Belt. The daughter of a minister, she started recording gospel albums when she was 14—someone had been impressed by a performance she gave at Bible camp.

We got to know her better when she married the best-looking member of a boy band, Nick Lachey, and documented her charmingly clueless life as a newlywed in a reality show on MTV. She’d talk about farting, reveal her ability to burp the alphabet, and wonder how poultry could be seafood (“Chicken of the Sea”).

Simpson and Lachey split up in 2005, and her tabloid appeal exploded as she began dating a string of famous men
(last year, John Mayer told Playboy his relationship with her was like “sexual napalm,” which was apparently a good thing) and allowing her weight to fluctuate more than is normal for very famous girls.
And while this was all going on—while she was dating and then not dating football players—she was focused on building Jessica Simpson the Brand. “I never thought I’d be some fashion mogul!, ”she says, laughing her big, open-mouthed laugh. The unlikeliness of it all is probably the exact reason why it works so well.

Celebrity lines are usually doomed to failure
; they’re the cautionary tale of the aughts. Sarah Jessica Parker’s attempt to go mass with her Bitten line didn’t work, and her struggle with Halston is just that—a struggle. Lindsay Lohan’s foray into leggings has been less than impressive, and her attempt to consult for Ungaro became an industrywide joke. Success in celebrity fashion has been for the extremely rarefied microbrands: the Olsen sisters’ the Row, for example, or Victoria Beckham’s small collection of very small dresses. These are clothes every bit as expensive, well made, and sophisticated as what the members of the celebrity universe borrow and buy from the biggies, but it’s not clear that anyone is really making much money off these lines, even if they sell well at places like Barneys Beverly Hills or Neiman Marcus.

But Jessica Simpson has never been about snob appeal.

Posted by sweethazzardteam on Feb 14, 2011 with 7 Comments

From the all the Fancy Collection of Jessica Simpson I had never smelled Fancy Nights. It got such mixed reviews. Mainly positive. But everyone mention how unique it was, I really wanted it.
While watching a video review of Jess’ fragrances I saw that there was this kit, containing vials with all 3 FANCYs. I was in love.
I asked for help, since I couldn’t find it, and many offered to help me out ( G. Thank you to you too )
CAROL found it at BELK but they didn’t shipped – as usual – to Europe. So, she send it to me.
And it arrived today. On Valentine’s Day. How cool is that? My favorite gift EVER for Valentine. I am so thankful and moved by her gesture.
CAROL is a dear friend of the site and a loyal fan of Jessica. I have a very special place in my heart for such a kind person as I hope she knows.
Don’t you just love it? I can’t stop staring at it. The box is amazing, the vials. And I just Love all the fragrances.
I am SO wearing Fancy Nights tonight.
Can not wait to show it to my sister and everyone else. Excited!!!!

( I am a lousy photographer but here are the pics of it):

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More news about the event. The booth does look amazing, right?

@lux4good: The Jessica Simpson booth at #WWDMAGIC –gorgeous chandelier

Posted by sweethazzardteam on Feb 14, 2011 with 1 Comment

Andrey found it! and post it @ JF He is one devoted collector who finds anything and everything Jess’ related. He’s amazing!!

We’ll post a bigger picture when we have it.

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She is a huge talented songwriter, who worked with every big named country singer out there. Jess had the pleasure of having written with her on her album, DO YOU KNOW, on one of my all time favorite songs – WHEN I LOVED YOU LIKE THAT.
Seems they are still in touch and that Aimee is a fan of JSCollection swimwear. I am guessing she’ll get a huge bunch as a gift. =) Here’s what she said:

Aimee Mayo:@JessicaSimpson i absolutely LOVE…LOVE…LOVE your bikini’s. i am about to buy every single one of them! the cutest i’ve seen anywhere!

Aimee Mayo:@JessicaSimpson whenever you guys are back in Nashville weve got to get together– i have a funny story to tell you… love aimee

Huuummm… wonder what story will that be.
THANKS C. for having called my attention to this!! One of the guardian angels of this site. She never fails us.

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