In 2009, Lauren launched LC Lauren Conrad exclusively at Kohl's. Her collection includes apparel, shoes, jewelry, accessories, sleepwear and bedding. In 2014 the line launched their Disney collaborations inspired by classics such as Cinderella, Minnie Mouse and Bambi and most recently Alice in Wonderland. In addition the line debuted LC Runway during 2015 New York Fashion Week to rave reviews. Her second runway collection will be released in September 2016.
Founded in 2010 by Lauren Conrad & Maura McManus, paper crown is a collection for those who want to have fun and look lovely while doing so. During her childhood, Conrad would create dress up designs with her grandmother, who encouraged her to be resourceful at playtime.
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As the seasons start to change and the air gets a little bit colder, I’m embracing all things cozy. For this month’s LC Lauren Conrad collection, I wanted to design pieces to wear lounging around the house on a chilly day, ideally with a mug of hot cocoa and a good book in hand. Plus, with Thanksgiving just around the corner, there’s no better time to break out the comfy layers than after a big meal with the people you love. This collection is full of chenille, velvet, and all things cozy, so keep reading to see what I’ll be wearing all month long…
It sure is OUR favorite holiday. And Lauren Conrad isn’t one to not celebrate Halloween! She revealed her Halloween costume for this year.
I’ve designed many different Halloween costumes over the years, but they have mostly all had varying amounts of tulle and glitter in common. This year I wanted to depart from the cutesy costumes of Halloweens past and step into something a little more… spooky. Inspired the classic horror flick, I channeled my inner Hitchcock character and created my best Melanie Daniels from The Birds. As seen on the movie poster, my costume depicts the famous bird attack that leaves Ms. Daniels terrified and full of bird scratches. I even bribed a little birdie to stand in as my sidekick.
It’s safe to say that this little bird was way cuter than the ones attacking my character in the actual movie! Now let’s go trick-or-treating…