Drew Barrymore Launches Clothing Line 'Dear Drew' On Amazon Fashion
If Drew Barrymore hasn't taken up enough space on your vanity with her beauty brand "Flower", she's now about to take over your closet with her new fashion line "Dear Drew".
Her first clothing line is now available on Amazon Fashion and features a variety of clothing, jewelry and accessories that range from $28 to $248, embracing the actress' free-spirited style.
Catherine Zeta-Jones To Launch Lifestyle Blog This Fall
"Style By Zeta", a lifestyle brand by Oscar-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, is set to launch this fall.
The star took to Instagram to show off her design style, with shots of kitchens, dining rooms and her favourite Versace vases.
Zeta-Jones joins the ranks of Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon who have all launched their own lifestyle brands.
Lindsay Lohan Launches 'Premium'
After taking some time outside of the spotlight, Lindsay Lohan is back, this time with a new subscription lifestyle site.
The exclusive lifestyle page can be found on Premium, but comes with a $2.99 a month price tag to gain access to Lohan's content.
The star promises to share "all [her] secrets and breaking news before anyone else." So if you're a big fan, the $3 ticket might be a bargain.
Katherine Schwarzenegger + 'Katherine Schwarzenegger'
The latest purveyor of all things beauty, health, food and more? Arnold Schwarzenegger's daughter Katherine! “Here it is! The site is revamped and ready to go, and I am so excited to finally share it with you guys,” Katherine wrote in a welcome note. “Lifestyle on your terms: a website for people who are living their lives in affordable and cool ways, on their own terms," she continued about the site.
Stephen Colbert + 'Covetton House'
Leave it to Stephen Colbert to make an acute observation about celebrities’ newfound obsession with lifestyle brands. And then leave it to the new host of "The Late Show" to launch his own lifestyle brand in a satirical clip on his show.
Sarah Michelle Gellar + 'Foodstirs'
The latest celeb to bring part of her lifestyle to an online site is Sarah Michelle Gellar. Foodstirs is a kid-friendly "cooking and lifestyle brand" that includes "three signature baking mixes," frostings and "specially curated food crafting kits that come complete with decorative supplied and tools. Inspired to start the brand while "setting up a day of baking" with her daughter and the daughter of co-founder Galit Laibow, Gellar could not find baking mix that met her nutritional standards. "I thought baking included butter, sugar and water and I couldn't even pronounce half the ingredients in these mixes," she shared. "So, we did some research and made our own from scratch."
Reese Witherspoon + 'Draper James'
The new kid on the blogging block, Reese Witherspoon brings a little southern charm to the world of lifestyle sites with Draper James. Honouring her grandparents with the name, Witherspoon's site (launched May 2015) is rooted in southern hospitality and perfect for the sweet-as-apple-pie southern belle!
Julianne Hough + 'Jules'
Looking for a place to connect with "Dancing With The Stars" judge and actress Julianne Hough to chat about staying healthy, home decor and style? Jules (launched earlier this year) is the place!
Shay Mitchell + 'Amore & Vita'
"Bloggers and best friends" - need we say more? "Pretty Little Liars" star and Canadian national treasure, Shay Mitchell and her best friend (obvs) Michaela Blaney started Amore & Vita as a place where the two could "reflect and grow". The site is rooted in posts about "love" (amore) and "life" (vita) with an Italian twist - Shay's favourite place!
Jessica Alba + 'The Honest Co.'
Finding herself frustrated with trying to find the perfect products for her daughters -- Haven and Honor -- Jessica Alba co-founded The Honest Co. with fellow parent Christoper Gavigan in 2011. Effective, safe, eco-friendly, beautiful, convenient and affordable - the pair launched the company boasting $1 billion in sales by the end of 2014.
Tori Spelling + 'ediTORIal'
Seemingly just another excuse to use her name in a headline, Tori Spelling launched ediTORIal in 2011. Members are able to create profile pages, post photos and videos, and interact with Spelling, as well as share content from the site through Facebook and Twitter. The actress touches on everything from life to work to motherhood to how to throw the perfect garden party.
Elizabeth Banks + 'ElizabethBanks.com'
If you like Elizabeth Banks, you're going to LOVE elizabethbanks.com. Everything you need to know about the actress is here, along with a lot of interaction with the actress, director, writer & all-round bada**.
Zooey Deschanel + 'Hello Giggles'
Launched as "a positive online community for women" in 2011 by actress Zooey Deschanel and Molly McAleer and Sophia Rossi Hello Giggles is your one-stop shop for articles that are sure to "inspire a smile". Covering the latest in culture, style, relationships, friendship, careers and issues that matter most to young women's lives, HG is a platform for writers and artists to create and share. The site welcomes reader contributions and publishes them daily.
Lauren Conrad + 'The Beauty Department'
Lauren Conrad's post-"Hills" life reads like our favourite Pinterest page. Aside from her multiple collaborations with Kohl's, the reality TV star launched launched The Beauty Department in April 2011with her hairstylist, Kristin Ess, and her makeup artist, Amy Nadine. If you're eyeing up the perfect beach wave for summertime hair, this is your jam.
Alicia Silverstone + 'The Kind Life'
An extension from her book "The Kind Diet", Alicia Silverstone launched her site The Kind Life in 2009. Geared towards living "your healthiest and happiest life to the fullest, while taking care of mama Earth at the same time," TKL is built for the eco-friendly enthusiast. The staunch PETA supporter followed up her first book with "The Kind Mama" in 2014 and plans to write "The Kind Diet Cookbook" soon.
Gwyneth Paltrow + 'goop'
Launched in 2008 out of Gwyneth Paltrow's kitchen, goop was originally conceived as a weekly e-mail newsletter and has since then turned into a multi-million dollar endeavour. A place for Paltrow to organize her unbiased travel recommendations, healthy recipes and shopping discoveries for friends and answer her own questions concerning those areas of interest as well. Would it be an understatement for us to say she succeeded with wild abandon?
Jay Z + 'Life And Times'
Oh yes, indeedy. Did you think multi- billionaire Jay Z wouldn't get in on the lifestyle game? Please. The music mogul started Jay Z's Life + Times in 2013 as "...just a bit of inspiration" (his words, not ours).