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Jessica Simpson's fashion and beauty milestone

Published 11/09/2015

Jessica Simpson
Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson’s children are already copying her healthy living routine.

The 35-year-old has managed to build quite the business empire in the last decade, including perfumes and a fashion line. However the realisation that her clothing range has been going for ten years has left Jessica with mixed emotions.

“No, it doesn’t really feel real, but I am in a place where I’m just like trying to take it all in,” she told WWD. “The billboards and ten years makes me feel a little bit old, but I definitely feel successful at the same time, so that’s good.”

The collection features womenswear and children’s clothing, reflecting the mother-of-two’s home life. But when she launched her debut range, the singer could never have imagined it still going strong a decade later.

“I just like to wear cowboy boots, and somehow they kept walking,” she laughed. “I think fashion is who we are. In so many ways, when you create or when you have a brand, it’s understanding women and who they are and where they are in their time of life.”

For Jessica, it’s all about being healthy and exercising regularly while looking after daughter Maxwell, three, and son Ace, two. Her devotion to her fitness regime inspired her to add activewear to the collection and she admits it has also rubbed off on her children.

“My son will look in the mirror and he’s like [making a struggling noise sound as] he tries to pick up weights. He’s super cute,” she added. “My daughter is like, so if I jump on a trampoline, this is good, right?”

Jessica’s activewear will be available in Macy’s in the coming weeks.

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