Jessica Alba is at the top of the Hollywood A-List crowd. Jessica Alba has been ranked as the most desirable women by several magazines. Jessica Alba recently married Cash Warren, the father of her daughter Honor Marie.
She’s just launched her first denim collection with DL1961 and along with her Honest Company responsibilities, Jessica Alba still found time to front the March 2016 issue of Cosmopolitan magazine.
Despite being considered one of the most beautiful women in the biz, the “Fantastic Four” star confesses she wasn’t always a girly girl- “Most of my life, I identified more with my masculine side. I was kind of aggressive and super masculine in my early 20s—even into my mid- 20s. I got boobs when I was young… and I was like, What do I do?… I was never the girl who they marketed. I was always feeling angry, like an imposter. I learned how to be cool with the feminine later in life."
With solid success in film and business Jessica Alba has turned her focus to fashion, and her new denim collaboration with DL1961 is nothing short of incredible.
The “Good Luck Chuck” actress told Vogue she’s obsessed with jeans- “I probably have two full racks of denim and each hanger is doubled up. It’s excessive. It’s next-level. I wear so much of it. And there’s nothing like finding the perfect pair of jeans.”
In her interview, which contains stunning photos of her family and their home, the “Awake” actress confesses that being a working mom has its challenges- “Some days I am resilient and tough, and on others, I struggle and can be fragile.”
She got her start as the teenage hottie on “Dark Angel” back in 2000 and since then, Jessica Alba has gone from success to success.
The culmination of all of the “Machete” star’s efforts is The Honest Company, which was recently valued at an incredible $1.7 billion. And it all came from her natural desire to win. “People doubted me as an actress, and that’s something that drove me. If I wasn’t going to get a big job by the time I was 18, I was going back to school.”
With two amazingly successful careers to her credit, Jessica Alba can speak authoritatively on both acting and business matters.
The “Machete” mommy landed the cover of Net-A-Porter’s The Edit, discussing what it feels like to be the female CEO of The Honest Company- “You feel like a lone wolf surrounded by men who have done it all before.”
Every year she somehow finds a way to outdo herself, and Heidi Klum accomplished her mission yet again over the weekend with her 2015 Halloween Party.
The German goddess got all gussied up as the uber-sexy Jessica Rabbit from “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” complete with prosthetic breasts and a ravishing red cocktail gown. Klum told press, “I’m feeling sexy today. The transformation started at noon. I literally finished and got right over here.”