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and chronicles her adventures as she opens a store in Nashville for her lifestyle brand, Uncommon James.
She wants her fans to see the grown-up version of herself, the working mom who runs her own business.
“I’m so confident in what I’m doing as a parent — both Jay and I are — that the stuff about my kids, or how I’m raising my kids, that’s the one area that doesn’t really get to me, to be completely honest,” Cavallari said. Based on her own experience, she’s hesitant to put her own kids in the limelight when they’re too young to choose if they want to be there.
In 2005, she was ranked #8 on Reality TV Magazine's List of The Greatest Female Reality Stars.A nameplate in her office reads “I’m CEO, Bitch.” “Do I want to be the villain? Because I’m a mom, I’m a wife, and I just don’t think that’s who I am,” Cavallari said. I’m just waiting for him to figure it out.” That shot of Cavallari by herself in the pool quickly established her character, said executive producer Tony Di Santo — especially because it was contrasted with a scene of Conrad and her friends analyzing who they should invite to a party, and looking very unhappy when Cavallari’s name came up.“I have that tough side to me still, but I don’t think it’s the only side to me. I think that was the one side that they decided to show.” Kristin Cavallari and Stephen Colletti, left, and Lauren Conrad (second from right) and other cast members of MTV's “Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County.” (Jason Merritt/Film Magic) (J. “What I loved about it was Kristin seemed confident, fearless and really unconcerned with school politics and everything going on around her,” Di Santo said.Even after enormous backlash for citing a false claim, she doubled down in follow-up interviews. “I still get s--- for it, I’ll still get more s--- for it. She thinks she’s hot.” Cut to: Cavallari climbing out of the pool in a red bikini. (This was shortly after the MTV-produced Janet Jackson Super Bowl halftime show incident.) “But other than that, my parents were excited and I was excited.But I really don’t care.” Not caring about others’ judgment is no surprise to anyone who saw Cavallari in her first days of fame. We just had no clue.” Cameras followed the teens for months, from hotel parties and fashion shows to yacht trips and Blink-182 concerts.
Near downtown Nashville, it’s the Pinterest-perfect space, stocked with jewelry, home goods, journals and a line of baby clothes. Though 90 percent of the brand’s sales comes from social media, the store is already becoming a stop for bachelorette parties, of which Nashville has plenty.