From Reese to Gwyneth, there are many celebrities who have used their celebrity status to launch successful businesses on the side. And why wouldn’t they? What a great opportunity to springboard to a successful entrepreneur using the following they have built up with their celebrity status. Here are just a few celebrity mums who have taken up this opportunity of creating a successful side business.
Reese Witherspoon-Draper James
Draper James is a fashion and lifestyle online and Bricks and Mortar Store started by Reese Witherspoon to honour herÂ Southern heritage and in particular herÂ grandparents who were the biggest influencers in her life. Draper James was established so Reese couldÂ recapture and celebrate all that sheÂ loved and remembered about herÂ grandparents and the South. The Draper James goals is toÂ bring contemporary, yet timeless Southern style to your wardrobe and your home, no matter where you live.
Draper James Store Dallas Texas
Gywneth Paltrow- GOOP
Launched in 2008Â out of Gwyneth Paltrowâ€™s kitchen as a homespun weekly newsletter,Â GP wanted a place to organize her unbiased travel recommendations, health-centric recipes, and shopping discoveries for friends, and she also wanted to get her own questionsâ€”about health, fitness, and the psycheâ€”answered. GOOP is a wellness and lifestyle site that covers everything from fashion to arts and culture. Known for her unconventional viewsÂ in regards to food, Paltrow regularly posts tips and hints about foodÂ on herÂ website with her mantra Â being ‘clean’ and healthy living and eating.
Fabletics was launched in 2013 by co-founders,Â Don Ressler,Â Adam Goldenberg and actress/ celebrity mum Kate Hudson upon recognisingÂ a gap in the activewear marketplace.Â There were plenty of luxury brands, but none that offered stylish and high quality gear at an accessible price point. Fabletics creates clothing that inspires you to stay active no matter what the situation.
Kate Hudson came on board to continue herÂ passion for motivating and supporting women to lead healthy and active lives.
Jessica Alba- The Honest Company
The Honest CompanyÂ is a mission-driven company providing 101+ safe, effective and delightful products for baby, personal care, cleaning, vitamins & more. Co-founded by actress Jessica Alba, and a dad called Christopher (former CEO ofÂ Healthy Child Healthy World) , The Honest CompanyÂ provides parents withÂ safe, eco-friendly, beautiful, convenient, and affordable products with one click of a button. Nappies, formulas, body products, cleaning products, vitamins and more have been specially formulated with the family in mind.
Nat Bassingthwaighte- Chi Khi
After having children of her own Nat Bass couldn’t find anything for her sensitive skin childrenÂ that wasn’t traditional or beige. With the market being full of clothing that is itchy or uncomfortable, look great but are impractical or clothing that falls apart after a few washes Chi Khi was born. Chi Khi’s clothing rangeÂ areÂ cool, urban unisex designs in a monochromatic palette made to mix and match from bamboo and cotton, the best fabric for sensitive little ones.
Founded by sistersÂ Sally ObermederÂ andÂ Maha Koraiem, SWIISH.com began with the vision to share Sallyâ€™s expertise for discovering chic, affordable and fabulous finds for a stylish lifestyle. As true believer in luxe style for less, Sally and the SWIISH team share practical hints, tips and advice for living your best life. In 2015, the site launched an e-commerce store where you can pick upÂ affordable and chic fashion, beauty and lifestyle buys at a super affordable price.