Jessica Alba is Net-a-Porter magazine’s latest cover star
This week’s edition of NET-A-PORTER’s digital magazine under Editor-in-Chief Lucy Yeomans features all-American sweetheart Jessica Alba, in iconic brands including Iro, Acne, Carolina Bucci, Marina Rudman, Kain, Current/Elliott, Isabel Marant, Gucci, Carolina Bucci, Ksubi, Fiorentini & Baker, Chan Luu, Diane Kordas, Maje, Frame Denim, Rag & Bone, J Brand, Raquel Allegra and Ksubi.
From her Beverly Hills home, Jessica Alba talks to NET-A-PORTER about how she juggles life as a Hollywood actress, businesswoman, mother and recent bestselling author. Known as one of Hollywood’s most beautiful stars, her sex appeal has been, one imagines frustratingly, a defining factor of Jessica Alba.
While directors see Alba for her beauty, she certainly has a deeper intellectual side that has helped her carve out multiple careers. In the past five years alone, Jessica has managed to marry entrepreneur Cash Warren, have two beautiful daughters, launch her first business, become a bestselling author and still maintain her name in some of Hollywood’s hottest films. To say that Jessica has created an empire for herself is an understatement.
While being a mommy is number one in Jessica’s eyes, she can’t help but be excited about her recent ventures as an entrepreneur and bestselling author. In 2012, Jessica launched The Honest Company, a business that provides non-toxic, eco-friendly products that also deliver in terms of design and efficacy, primarily for mothers, but for anyone concerned with wellbeing, too. On the heels of The Honest Company’s success, Jessica became the bestselling author of her book The Honest Life. The book, known as an indispensable handbook for healthy and sustainable living, hit number three on The New York Times Best Sellers list.
Her focus for the company and book directly relates to experiences as mother as well as childhood illnesses and on-going allergies. She reveals her tips for making healthy living fun, real, and stylish, while offering a candid look inside her home and daily life.
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