Monday, January 14th, 2013


Jessica Alba & co. hit it out of the park ones again! Jess looked perfection in a melon silk Oscar de la Renta gown paired with Harry Winston jewelry and a Roger Vivier clutch at the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Jess and Kiefer Sunderland presented the award for Best Actor in a Miniseries or Television Film to Kevin Costner for his role in Hatfields & McCoys.

After the show, Alba graces her presence at both  The Weinstein Company and Warner Bros. And InStyle after parties wearing a Louis Vuitton dress.  Click on the previews below to view more photos. - More coming soon.

 

70th Annual Golden Globe Awards

 

14th Annual Warner Bros. And InStyle Golden Globe Awards After Party

The Weinstein Company’s 2013 Golden Globes After Party


Sunday, September 30th, 2012

Jessica Alba attended the 2012 Enviromental Media Awards last night (Sept 29th, 2012) at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California, where she was honored with the EMA Green Parent Award!

Jessica wore a Narisco Rodriguez outfit, Giuseppe Zanotti shoes and a Jimmy Choo bag. Click on the previews above to view more photos.

Friday, September 14th, 2012

Jessica Alba sat front-row at the Ralph Lauren show yesterday morning (Sept 13th) during New York Fashion Week.

Jessica was wearing the designer’s cute picnic-check skirt and off-the-shoulder ballet tee. A slick ponytail and T-bar stilettos competed a show-worthy look. “Can’t wait to see the @ralphlauren show w @mrbradgoreski” Jess tweetedClick on the previews above to view more photos.

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

Jessica Alba and business partner Brian Lee introduced the Honest Co. to fellow technology entrepreneurs at the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2012 held in San Francisco on Sept 8th, 2012. Here is how techcrunch.com is reporting it:

Kicking off the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2012 sessions were The Honest Company co-founders, actress Jessica Alba and Brian Lee, also of ShoeDazzle, Teeology and LegalZoom. The two teamed up to launch Honest, an e-commerce startup offering a line of eco-friendly products for baby, family, and home. The company raised a $27 million Series A from General Catalyst, Lightspeed Venture Partners, and Institutional Venture Partners in March this year, and first experimented with the trendy subscription-based service model for selling products, later opening up to offer the ability to directly buy from the website.

Given that Honest isn’t really a “tech” startup — Lee described it as a “mission-based company” — it faces different sorts of challenges than some of the other startups in the industry. But one thing that’s not different from the rest? According to Alba, “it’s really, really, really hard” to do a startup.

It’s so hard,” Alba said, “you’re working day and night. It actually never stops. If you’re not so passionate and working day and night, it’s not going to happen.” But Alba, who started Honest with co-founder Christopher Gavigan, was passionate about the need for eco-friendly, non-toxic products after she became a mom herself. (Actually before: She had an allergic reaction to a product while pregnant, which prompted her initial interest). She first approached Lee about the idea in 2010, but it wasn’t until Lee’s wife was pregnant with their second child that the idea began to root with him. Her persistance paid off, Alba said, having spent three years being dismissed by others who laughed at the idea of an actress wanting to do a baby-products company.

Alba talked in detail about her life running a startup, as well as being an actress and mom. What does your typical day look like? It’s long, she said, speaking of rushing between meetings and trying to make it home by bath time. Her acting schedule varies, however, while being a parent is a full-time job. Running a company on the side, as she does, requires that you be passionate about what you’re doing — you have to believe in your mission. (This advice holds true even if you don’t describe your startup as a “mission-based” company.)

The two founders also spoke in broad terms about how they’re growing the company through the word-of-mouth of moms. Moms stick together, said Lee — the mommy bloggers, and Mommy & Me groups, for example. But the company has ambitions to grow beyond its “baby products” niche, as its products already appeal to those who have allergies and other special needs, or who just want products that are more environmentally safe. In the future, the company may expand into clothing and more household items, like paint. And it may also move into the retail space, so customers can touch and feel the products in real life. Actually, it already has.

As for the move away from the subscription-based model, as Lee’s other company ShoeDazzle, also did? Alba said it was a partially a technology decision, but they had also asked themselves whether there was really a desire for that from their customer base. Lee said he still believes in subscription commerce though, but it makes more sense for some items on the site than others, such as diapers and detergent. At the end of the day, it was about giving customers a choice.

 

Friday, July 27th, 2012

Jessica Alba attended a luncheon to celebrate designer and friend Narciso Rodriguez’s shoe collection hosted by Barney’s in New York City. Click on the previews above to view more photos.

FLATTERED, TRULY: Jessica Alba and Narciso Rodriguez stayed close to each other at the luncheon at Fred’s hosted by Barneys New York on Thursday afternoon to celebrate the designer’s shoe collection, greeting guests together and sitting side by side for the three-course meal.

“Well, it’s an exciting moment for the company, to have our bags and our shoes happening, and here at Barneys. They’re really true to our vision — simple, modern, flattering, comfortable.…It’s been so much fun. We’ve had our muses coming through and picking out things they like,” Rodriguez said, gesturing at Alba, who was wearing a dress, bag and shoes by the designer. “Oh, it’s so flattering. We’re old friends — how long have we known each other? Eight years, I think?” Alba asked Rodriguez, who shrugged.

Rodriguez’s designs have a dedicated following, largely due to their reputation for flattering the female form. “Oh, that’s such a compliment, to hear that my clothes are flattering, that women like them,” the designer grinned. “It’s easy with Jessica. Jessica makes me look good.”

The actress protested: “Oh, but I can really, really look broke-down sometimes.…Narciso makes a difference.” (Women’s Wears Daily).

July 26At the Hudson River Park in Manhattan
July 26Arrviving at her hotel in New York City

 

Sunday, July 15th, 2012

Jessica Alba looked giovanile in head to toe Salvatore Ferragamo at the Giffoni Film Festival on Saturday (July 14, 2012).

As the recipient of this years ‘Giffoni Award’, Jessica Alba helped kick start the event where she met the young audience of the most important film event dedicated to Children and Youth in the world. Click on the previews above to view more photos.

Channeling Jackie O – heading 2 the #Giffoni2012 film festival http://instagr.am/p/NEVM6CMujB/

I had such an amazing time #giffoni2012 http://instagr.am/p/NElzM9Muvb/ 

 

Monday, July 2nd, 2012

Jessica Alba shut it down in head-to-toe Versace at last night’s Versace show during Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture F/W 2013. Definitely one of my favs look of the year.

Other celebs in attendance included M.I.A,Elizabeth Banks, Milla Jovovich and Christina Hendricks. Click on the previews above to view more photos.

Jess tweeted about the event! “Excited 4 the @versace show w @kellysawyer,” she said, also posting picture of herself and her gal pal.

Jessica Alba attended the 2012 PLUSH event in Los Angles on Sunday June 11th, 2012 to talk/promote the Honest Co . At the one-day event for parents “to experience all the best luxurious, innovative and eco-friendly baby products and services in one place. Click on the previews above to view more photos.

Friday, January 9th, 2009

Jessica attended Kari Feirstein Golden Globe Style Lounge and the My Bloody Valentine 3D premiere in Los Angeles yesterday (January 8, 2009). Check out the pics below.


Kari Feirstein Golden Globe Style Lounge

“My Bloody Valentine3D” Los Angeles premiere

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

The national nonpartisan, nonprofit youth voter initiative, Declare Yourself, announced today the details of their Inauguration kick-off event on January 18th at 8pm at the Renaissance Hotel in Washington, DC. The star-studded event will celebrate young voters unprecedented role in the Election and provide inspiration for ongoing civic involvement in the challenging months and years ahead.

The evening will be hosted by Jessica Alba and will feature special musical guests including Maroon 5, spoken word artists Steve Connell, Sekou (Tha Misfit), Nuttin But Strings, celebrity DJ Samantha Ronson, and surprise guests. The debut of Declare Yourselfs Born Again American song will occur that evening with a sensational live performance.

Born Again American is a specially commissioned song to move all listeners to recommit themselves to American citizenship as we go through these trying but hopeful times together. Born Again American asks citizens to pledge themselves to being their countrys keeper through higher levels of service and civic engagement.

Norman Lear, the TV producer, and founder of Declare Yourself, said, This Inauguration marks an important moment in our countrys history – one that allows us all to be proud of how far weve come and the direction were going. Our event celebrates this moment and helps motivate us all to become more active in our communities on the local and national level by getting involved, giving back, and being proud to be an American, born again.

Tickets cost $250 and are available to the public by contacting Rachel@hirschbergstrategies.com or calling (202) 547-5797. The proceeds from the evening will go towards Declare Yourself and the Born Again American campaign launch in coordination with the Inauguration and the start of the new Presidential administration.

Source: Yahoo! News

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