Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

Jessica Alba spoke to Inc about the challenges she faced when launching her co-founded company The Honest Company. (Click on the image above to watch the video)  

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

Jessica Alba looked radiant in a stunning Max Mara jumpsuit as she attended the annual Independent School Alliance For Minority Affairs Impact Awards dinner at the Beverly Whilshire, (March 17) 

Jessica was a key speaker and presenter at the event, presenting CEO Brian Lee with his Impact award. 

Jessica spoke about The Honest Company on stage and her relationship with CEO Brian Lee.  “He [Lee] would be the first and only person that was truly capable of seeing it through. He made my vision [The Honest Company] into a sustainable business that would change the way people approach their everyday needs.”

Jessica Alba onstage at the awards. (for more images of Jessica at the awards click on the image above.)

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

Jessica Alba looked stunning as she attended the SXSW Music, Film and Interactive Festival (March 15) Jessica attended the festival to discuss ‘The Honest Company.’ 

Jessica and CEO Brian Lee spoke about the success of Honest and how Honest plans to grow and expand in the near future… “Our customers are demanding that we go even further and offer solids and snacks and later stage foods as well,” said Alba. “And our customers have also asked us to do more personal care, so feminine care is a vertical we’re launching in the summer, and in the fall, beauty. Both of those verticals we’ve been working on for years, it’s just now that we’re at the point we can finally launch them.” 

For more of Jessica’s interview onstage at SXSW visit: http://www.cnbc.com/id/102507167

Jessica Alba photographed on stage at SXSW. (for more images of Jessica at SXSW click on the image above) 

Thursday, February 12th, 2015

CZE: 3. února se konala akce na podporu rakoviny a AIDS. Jessica vypadala opravdu skvěle. Pro designérku Jennifer Meyer navrhla náhrdelník, který se prodává a peníze půjdou na výzkum AIDS a dalších nemocí. Koukněte se na fotky kliknutím na náhledy. :)

ENG: Jessica Alba looked stunning last night (February 03) as she attended ‘The Launch of Jennifer Meyer XO.’ The event celebrated the collection of beautiful necklaces designed by jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer and Jessica Alba to benefit REDa charity that raises money in the private sector to fund research to combat AIDS. (more images from the event can be found here:  http://jessicaalba.net/gallery/index.php?cat=229)

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Wednesday, January 21st, 2015


Jessica Alba is the new face of Metrocity 2015. For those who don’t know ‘METROCITY‘ is one of the quickest emerging and fast-growing fashion brands in Korea and is directed by Jihye Yang. http://jessicaalba.net/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=2585





Monday, December 29th, 2014

CZE: Před dvěma týdny se konala u Jessicy ve firmě akce, která byla pořádána organizací Baby2Baby. Jednalo se o vánoční večírek pro děti. Na akci byla také Drew Barrymore, Eric Dane, Busy Philipps, Jessica Capshaw a další a další. A jak jsem psala, byla to tedy akce pro děty a tak je jasné, že většina se zůčastnila i se svými dětmi, takže i Jessica s Honor a Haven. Plus vzala i svoji mamku a Cashe. Koukněte se na fotky, jsou vážně povedené.

ENG: Jessica Alba and The Honest Company hosted a Baby2Baby Holiday Party presented on Saturday (December 13) in Los Angeles. Jessica Alba was joined at the event by Drew Barrymore, Busy Philipps, Marc Silverstein, Rebecca Gayheart and Eric Dane. Jessica‘s husband Cash Warren was also in attendance with their daughters Honor and Haven as was Jessica’s close friend Jessica Capshaw and her family.

Saturday, May 10th, 2014

Jessica Alba attends the Baby2Baby’s We Love Moms Party Presented by The Honest Company at Baby2Baby Headquarters on May 9, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. For more information, head over to baby2baby.org.

Sunday, February 2nd, 2014

Jessica Alba and Christopher Gavigan posed for pictures while celebrating the Honest Company’s 2nd Birthday at the main offices on Thursday (January 30) in Santa Monica

Jessica is wearing an Andrew Gn shirt, Marios Schwab skirt, Christian Louboutin shoes, Rodo bag, Jack Vartanian earrings, Velvet by Graham & Spencer bracelet, and Graziela and Dana Rebecca Designs rings.



Friday, January 17th, 2014

She may not be away from the camera forever, but actress Jessica Alba is busy these days with her second job selling baby wipes, stain remover and aromatic soy candles.

The Honest Co., which the “Fantastic Four” star co-founded with CEO Brian Lee in 2012, is now raising $25 million to develop new product lines and expand into brick-and-mortar stores.

Alba told “Street Signs” she started the company because she wanted to sell “the safest, healthiest products available” and wanted them “to be affordable and beautiful.”

The Honest Co. offers a $400 crib, for example, that is made with sustainable wood and nontoxic paint, and that can be configured four ways. It is also a “one-for-one” offer—meaning the company will donate a crib for every one purchased.

Lee said the expansion includes moving from an online-only model to physical locations, because 90 percent of U.S. consumers do their shopping in stores.

Apart from the company, Alba keeps her money in securities and real estate.

“I am pretty safe and conservative, so I don’t have a lot of risky investments,” she said.

Thursday, December 5th, 2013

Jessica Alba, famous for her roles in “Dark Angel,” “Sin City” and the “Fantastic Four,” is taking on her most serious role yet warning mothers about what she said are the dangers of toxic chemicals in many everyday products.

The 32-year-old actress and mother of two became worried about this issue when she was pregnant with her first child and had an allergic reaction to a brand of baby laundry detergent.

I was like … I’m an adult, and if I’m having an allergic reaction, like who knows what’s going to happen with my baby,” Alba said. “So I did some research, and I found that there are a lot of toxic chemicals in everyday products, and I was more horrified to find that there are more toxic chemicals in baby products.

Alba’s concerns have propelled her to become the public face of a movement of people trying to avoid synthetic chemicals. It started for Alba when she met Christopher Gavigan, the author of “Healthy Child, Healthy World,” a guidebook on living a healthier lifestyle.

I asked … what products do I buy, and he was like, ‘Well, this company does that one thing and this company does that one thing,’ and I was like, ‘Gosh, why isn’t there a company that does everything. This is so stressful,'” Alba said.

The duo teamed up to help create the Honest Company, a mail-order business that started out by selling 17 products made of ingredients they claim are safe and tested, unlike conventional products.

“We don’t have a regulatory system in place here in the United States at least that allows for and or monitors and or requires reporting on what’s inside,” Gavigan said. “So the raw materials and the ingredients … they don’t have to report those. They don’t have to prove they are safe before they hit the marketplace.”

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