Women Celebrities Making Waves With Their Own Lifestyle Brands

Here are women celebrities with successful lifestyle brands, including Meghan Markle who is back on Instagram with her new venture.

Celebrities are increasingly venturing into entrepreneurship, especially with beauty, fashion, and lifestyle. 

This trend has captured our attention, and we’re excited about it! We not only love seeing these brands thrive but also enjoy exploring them, as one of them might just become your new favorite!

Let’s take a closer look at four popular brands launched by women celebrities that are definitely worth trying out. After all, women support women, right?

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Jessica Alba – The Honest Company

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Since 2011, parents have likely encountered The Honest Company, known for its eco-friendly diapers made from safe materials and featuring charming designs. 

According to The Talko, the brand meticulously selects and develops its products with a focus on health and sustainability. 

Since its inception, the company has expanded its range to include formula, personal care items, diaper bags, and more. 

With convenient subscription options, The Honest Company ensures parents can easily maintain their supply.

Drew Barrymore – Flower

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Drew Barrymore launched Flower in 2013 with the aim of offering luxurious beauty products to women everywhere, as per CBS News.

The line comprises premium skincare, cosmetics, beauty tools, fragrances, and makeup bags. Each product is carefully crafted to complement the brand’s beautiful aesthetic. 

Not only do these products enhance your skin’s appearance, but they also add a touch of sophistication to your vanity. 

As reported by The List, every Flower product is cruelty-free, making it an ideal choice for those who appreciate bold colors and gentle formulations.

Gwyneth Paltrow – Goop

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Gwyneth Paltrow established Goop in 2008 as an email newsletter, as per Business Insider. 

Over the years, it has evolved into her main focus. This leads to the creation of an e-commerce platform, a podcast, a Netflix series, pop-up events, health summits, and a print magazine. 

While Goop’s online store offers a range of brands, it also features the in-house Goop Beauty line. This includes face and eye creams, exfoliators, serums, a face massage roller, and more.

Meghan Markle – American Riviera Orchard

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Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, has recently unveiled what appears to be a fresh lifestyle brand. This indicates her return to Instagram after a four-year break, as reported by The Independent. 

Her post introduced American Riviera Orchard through nine Instagram updates, revealing the brand’s luxurious logo and crest. In just a few hours, the account amassed over 200,000 followers. 

Speculation among royal enthusiasts suggests that the logo features the Duchess of Sussex’s own calligraphy, as noted by The Sun.

The brand’s trademark filing application encompasses a wide array of products, including cookbooks, tableware, and linens. Various spreads and preserves like jellies, jams, and nut butters are also included. 

The bio on the new Instagram page simply states, “by Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex⁣⁣⁣” and “⁣⁣Established 2024⁣⁣⁣”.

In addition to the social media launch, the website for American Riviera Orchard displays the brand’s script-like logo with “Montecito.” 

Photo via America Riviera Orchard’s official website

This is the neighborhood where she and husband Prince Harry relocated after stepping down from the royal family in 2020.

As per a report from Page Six, Markle’s American Riviera Orchard is poised to focus on home, garden, food, and general lifestyle content. 

The brand is also set to offer a variety of home goods, such as cookbooks, foods, and kitchenware. 

The brand name “American Riviera Orchard” is likely a nod to her new residence in Santa Barbara, California. It is often referred to as the “American Riviera” for its moderate climate, landscapes, and its “robust food and wine culture,” according to Travel and Leisure.

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