Lauren Conrad on Instagram story with no delay bridged the gap today of LC Lauren Conrad and the new Little Co. by Lauren Conrad, paying note that designs from LC Lauren Conrad at Kohl’s are repeated on baby and toddler with Little Co.
Kristin Cavallari returned to a place that Kristin hasn’t been in over 2 months, and a place where Kristin in her heart calls home, the offices of Uncommon James in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee, downtown where it all happens, as Kristin couldn’t be more happy to be back in her own work space, and out of the house.
For Kristin’s first day back, Kristin made it a special occasion by wearing UJ’s finest, Kristin Instagram story shows off Kristin with 3 earrings, Harlem, Rymen, and Arrow, and it’s topped off with the Bahia statement necklace, representing glory in every corner.
Right before Easter, Kristin was longing to be back at her Uncommon James office, which Kristin had to leave when stay-at-home orders were put in place, and Uncommon James had to close up their stores as a safety precaution.
Now that COVID19 restrictions are easing, Uncommon James stores are again open, but with social distancing implied, curbside pickup if you’re not ready to be in large crowds yet.
Nick Cordero had COVID19, but has been negative of the virus for weeks now as Nick’s wife, Amanda Kloots, revealed today in her Instagram story updating his condition, which Nick is slightly better than yesterday from.
Keep in mind, Nick is still very sick and battling a lot, turning him on a proning position today to open his airwaves, which has been done before and helped a lot, and cleaning out his lungs again to help Nick fight the infection.
Since Nick is COVID19 negative, the fallout from COVID19 is what Nick battles, as well as infections that creep up from being in the ICU for a very long time, so Amanda wants you to keep the prayers coming.
It was that very lung infection that cause Nick to have a brief downturn last Wednesday before recovering from that setback a day later.
Gucci made the drastic decision on Sunday that it is pivoting its collections into a whole new direction, it’s dropping seasonal collections of fall, pre-fall, spring, and summer, and going season less, knowing no time of year of when pieces are suppose to be, thanks to COVID19, and plummeting sales crippling the fashion industry, and all other industries.
Gucci will only have two collections a year that will catwalk, following suit with Gucci is Saint Laurent, who’s also on the lean to only have 2 collections of year walk the runway, responding to the COVID19 world of social distancing, and change to comfort wear, leading again to thin sales everywhere else.
A strong commentary from the CFDA & BFC about how COVID19 has crippled the fashion industry strongly recommends designers, brands, and retailers slow down their merchandise deliveries because inventory stacks up too fast, and know when it’s the right time to sell product, practice sustainability with collections and travel, and get strictly back to creativity instead of hard focus on fast collections.
And applauding these efforts which is sure to have a domino effect on every house in fashion are Fashion Mingle, who’s been devoted like many influencers in fashion to stress about season-less collections, because there’s no telling when the new COVID19 normal will give away to the normal we’re use to.
Nick Cordero’s wife, Amanda Kloots, gave a new update on her Instagram story early Today that the reason Nick had a brief downtown on Wednesday was because Nick had a new lung infection, all part of the suffering Nick’s going through in his recovery from COVID19.
After the minor setback Nick had on Wednesday, Nick has slowly, but surely overcome that rough day in his illness, Amanda overall says it has been a rough week for the beloved Broadway star who’s got undying support.
Shortly after the grim update, all the #wakeupnick songs and prayers came in, which led to a tremendous recovery less than 2 days later, sending Nick’s condition once again on the upswing.
Maria’s Bag by Alida Boer has brought its design team together for the handbag brand to unveil today their new #YOTEGUIDO beaded kit where Maria’s beautiful patterns meet the awareness of COVID19, addressing the concerns of its customer base.
Maria’s new #YOTEGUIDO beaded kit from their “La Blue Bird” collection was made in collaboration with a group of talented artisans from Quiche generating work from them in this challenging time.
The #YOTEGUIDO beaded kit includes a face mask inspired by Maria’s beautiful textiles, an antibacterial gel, and wonderful beaded pouch, all showing off Maria’s Bag tremendously.
And in Guatemala where Maria’s Bag originates, Maria’s is donating face masks to those heroes and the most vulnerable population, also effectively helping institutions who are on the front lines fighting COVID19.
It’s Sunday morning, time to put down the laptops, iPhones, homeschooling, work from home, weekday blues, Saturday excitement, and such to have a good ole Sunday morning breakfast, Kristin Cavallari off of Instagram story did just that today with her 3 kids Saylor, Jaxon, and Cam, making a recipe right out of her “True Roots” cookbook called Dutch Baby, where pancakes meets crepes.
Dutch Baby, all Daniel plus Lauren can tell you is that it’s made out of whole ingredients like coconut oil, almond milk, arrowroot powder, oat flour, lemon zest, eggs, pink Himalayan salt, maple syrup, and vanilla extract.
Now if you want to know how go make Dutch Baby today, or any day you declare Sunday morning, you must buy “True Roots” for yourself delivered to your door, or download it now for you to make Dutch Baby after reading this piece, you can even buy “True Roots” off of Uncommon James.
And don’t forget Kristin’s follow up to “True Roots” called “True Comfort” due out on September 29, more wholesome recipes to enjoy if you still choose to stay home come then.
Kristin Cavallari had plenty of reason to turn a small feat into a joyous monumental moment today, as if the weekend wasn’t plenty of reason to jump for joy, or the fact that it’s Memorial Day weekend, a 3 day weekend, or the unofficial start of summer, Kristin rejoiced as she was able to get flowers at her local farmer’s market in Nashville, Tennessee again.
Aside from the beautiful flowers, Kristin bought herself a box full of vegetables, which seem to be carrots, scallions, beets, and other garden goodies that come to mind in this summer season that’s finally started.
Each small step for Kristin is another moment of victory as Kristin begins a new chapter in her life without Jay Cutler, though Kristin did sadly say good-bye to her three season E! reality show, “Very Cavallari” on Tuesday, saying she was grateful for the adventure.
But on the upside, Kristin discovered another small victory in her corner, like playing “Ms. Monopoly” on Thursday, where women make more money than a man at every move.
Nick Cordero’s wife, Amanda Kloots, was happy to report Friday evening that her husband Nick continues to improve in his fight against COVID19, saying in her Instagram story that Nick is doing good, defying the odds.
Amanda continues by saying that Nick is fighting and showing improvements each day, it’s exactly what Nick needs, small improvements are a small win that equal a victory, Amanda also gave thanks to God.
Amanda also reported late Thursday that Nick made it out of a rough patch after taking a turn for the worst on Wednesday, which was taking 2 steps back at the time.
After Amanda’s tearful update about Nick on Wednesday, where Amanda also encouraged Nick’s supporters to send in their prayers, the songs and messages came pouring in in Nick’s favor, and it was just one of many elements needed for Nick.