Freitag, 28. Juni 2013

Lauren Conrad & Her BF William Tell Running Errands in West Hollywood!

Lauren Conrad and her boyfriend, William Tell, ran errands together
in West Hollywood yesterday (June 26) in California.

Source: PopSugar

'The Hills' Alternate Ending: MTV To Air Series Finale With New Closing!

MTV announced that it will be rerunning episodes of Laguna Beach and The Hills all Summer, starting on Monday, July 8. The network also confirmed that it will air an alternate ending to The Hills on Friday, Aug. 9. In case you need a refresher, the original series finale showed Kristin Cavallari saying goodbye to Brody Jenner and leaving Hollywood. Once Kristin drove away, the camera panned out and showed that the entire ending had been staged and took place on a set, a nod to the scripted scene rumors that surrounded the show's final seasons. While Lauren didn't take part in The Hills' finale, Brody revealed to MTV in 2010 that he did film an alternate ending with Lauren back when the show wrapped. He said, "In one of the other endings [that we filmed], Lauren was in it. She had come back into the show for the last episode. I come back home and basically Lauren's at my place . . . and we filmed this whole kind of lovey-dovey scene." However, Brody also admitted that the cast and crew filmed multiple endings, so Lauren may not be in the alternate scene that MTV airs in August.

While LC and Brody may have ended up together in one version of The Hills, she appears to be very happy with her current beau, William. Lauren told Marie Claire magazine earlier this month that William is "good" for her and that "he understands a lot of things that people don't always get."

Source: PopSugar

Mittwoch, 26. Juni 2013

Behind-The-Scenes at Lauren Conrad's #Infamous Book Tour!

"Thank you to everyone who came out to see me during my Infamous book tour! It was so much fun meeting all of you. One of the best parts was meeting members from all over the country (and the world!). But in case you didn’t get a chance to experience one of my signings yourself, I wanted to bring one of my signings to you. So today I am sharing a video that Team LC put together from my Los Angeles signing. It was the very first signing of the tour, and it got things off to a fabulous start."

Source: LaurenConrad

Dienstag, 25. Juni 2013

Lauren Conrad left The Grill Restaurant in Beverly Hills!

Fashionably attired for a sunny day in Beverly Hills, Lauren Conrad left The Grill Restaurant on Monday (June 24). She wore a sleeveless white blouse and knee-length flowing navy blue skirt with nude heels as she chatted on the phone on her way back to the car.

Source: Celebrity-Gossip

Donnerstag, 20. Juni 2013

Lauren Conrad at her Book Signing for #Infamous at 'Copperfield's Books' in Petaluma!

Lauren Conrad attends a signing for her book 'Infamous' at Copperfield's Books
yesterday on June 18, 2013 in Petaluma, California.

Source: Instagram

Lauren Conrad Talks #Infamous & More at her Book Signing in Burlington!

One June 11th, Lauren Conrad released her latest book, Infamous, the highly anticipated final installment in her Fame Game Series. In typical LC fashion, Conrad launched the book with with style and grace embarking on a five city book tour, where she took the time to meet and greet her adoring fans and talk about the conclusion of Fame Game Series. Daily Quirk Blogger Kelsey Murray caught up with Conrad at her Burlington, MA signing, where hundreds of fans braved an unusual June hail storm to meet the girl we all want to grow up to be (even if we’re already in our twenties), for an exclusive Daily Quirk interview about Infamous, her LC Lauren Conrad Clothing Line, and what’s next on her perfectly manicured agenda. Read on for the interview!

The Daily Quirk: You wear so many different hats, fashion designer, blogger, brand ambassador –
how do you manage your time to write in the midst of everything else?

Lauren Conrad: I don’t know. I don’t have an amazing answer – I just kind of do. I think everything is just scheduled very well. I’m doing something different everyday but I am definitely busy.

TDQ: How does it feel to finish the third and final novel in your Fame Game series?
LC: It’s good. I mean it’s exciting to finish it and you know it’s a nice accomplished. It’s a little sad because it means I’m done and this was a series I really enjoyed working on.

TDQ: In Infamous, Madison is avoiding the cameras and feels manipulated by the idea of reality television? Is this autobiographical in a sense? Once the Hills expanded to multiple seasons did you feel this way yourself?
LC: Well this is different because the character Madison Parker is actually very different from myself and my views. And I specifically had her start out that way to kind of show the change of someone who really likes fame – who when it turns on them- has difficulty with it. So I think it’s something that everybody feels. I think it’s less about cameras of the television show your on and more about press. Because they work with you everyday, they know you, they’re emotionally invested in you so they don’t ever want to make you look terrible. They’re invested in your story line as opposed to just making up a headline to sell something.

TDQ: What is the biggest lesson you want your readers to take away from this series in particular?
LC: Honestly, I think that there really just meant to be fun books. For me it was kind of a light hearted way to show a little bit of what goes on in the entertainment industry and obviously things are exaggerated and made up but I just kind of wanted to be light reads.

TDQ: Will we get to hear more from you as an author? Do you plan on writing a new series or another stand-alone book?
LC: Maybe. I don’t have any immediate plans to do it. Honestly, I’ve spent the last, gosh, I don’t know four years writing and I haven’t really had a break. So I am going to take a little break between this and what I do next.

TDQ: You recently gave readers a sneak peak at your LC Lauren Conrad Summer collection on your site. How would you describe the look and feel of the collection?
LC: We actually don’t do seasons we do deliveries. So it’s actually every single month we do something. So every single collection is a slightly different vibe. For summer, we tend to go a little more casual just because that’s kind of the lifestyle in summer. It’s less going out to dinners and more barbeques. We always do a lot of fun shorts. We did a lot of open work so like crochet pieces. We did a couple of maxi’s that I really liked. So I think the collection is just really easy. It’s very California.

TDQ: What’s the most important summer style tip you can give our readers?
LC: I think that the fun thing about summer is that you’re able to tone things down. Do you know what I mean? You can wear staple pieces that you’ve worn year round but there’s sort of like a cool factor to summer so I think that the way you accessorize is a little bit different. It’s kind of fun to dress down a nicer piece.

TDQ: What is up next for you? Do you have any upcoming projects you can share with us?
LC: I am just trying to finish my tour right now. It’s my number one. And I just launched bedding with my Kohl’s line so those are my two big things this month.

The Daily Quirk would like to thank Lauren Conrad for taking some time to chat with us on her book tour for Infamous, now available in stores everywhere! To find out more about Lauren Conrad, her books, clothing line, and fashion know how visit

Source: TheDailyQuirk

Mittwoch, 19. Juni 2013

Lauren Conrad Covers Marie Claire Magazine in July 2013!

Lauren Conrad covers the Marie Claire Magazine in July 2013!
The issue hits newsstands today so be sure to pick up your copy and read her interview..
She talks about her latest projects, how The Hills inspired her books including Infamous, and more…

Source: lovelylauren

Lauren Conrad at her Book Signing for #Infamous at 'Barnes & Noble' in Burlington!

Lauren Conrad attends a signing for her book 'Infamous' at Barnes & Noble
yesterday on June 17, 2013 in Burlington, Massachusetts.
Source: Twitter

Dienstag, 18. Juni 2013

Lauren Conrad on 'Daily Shot News'!

Lauren had a guest appereance on Daily Shot News on June 5.
Lauren Conrad stops by to talk to Ali about the trends that are sexy…and those that aren’t.
Watch in HD here.

Source: DailyShotNews

Lauren Conrad Is The World’s Most Successful Reality-TV Defector!

When Lauren Conrad first hit television screens in 2004 on the MTV reality show Laguna Beach, no one thought that the then-18-year-old would still be going strong at 27—but she is. It’s been four years since Conrad last appeared on one of the network’s quasi-scripted cinematic dramas, leaving Laguna’s spinoff show, The Hills, in 2009. But the consummate Cali girl is still booking major magazine covers: she was just announced as Marie Claire’s July cover girl last week, following massively successful covers for fashion titles like Lucky and Glamour. Last week also marked the release of Conrad’s eighth book, Infamous. And that’s not to mention the sustainable e-commerce site on its way, which will add to her already-successful fashion and beauty lines.

All this makes Conrad something of a reality-star anomaly—and it reflects her exhaustive campaign over the last nine years to get young women to love her. To be sure, she attracts more of the Pinterest kind of crowd than the type of girls found on, say, Bang With Friends. Her fans may not be the world’s edgiest, but unlike her fellow small-screen celebs’, Conrad’s fame is not one built on bitch-slaps and drunken sex-capades. The most controversial thing she has done was outrage literary purists with a DIY video on how to make a “Bookshelf Box,” where she slashed apart the entire Lemony Snicket series to construct a book-binding-embellished storage unit.

Conrad is the button-nosed poster girl for women who dream of dinner parties and white linens. She’s embodied that archetype from the moment she first appeared on Laguna Beach, with her perfect blonde ponytails. “Lauren Conrad markets herself almost as a Martha Stewart,” Katherine Riley, a Los Angeles-based literary agent and Lauren Conrad fan, told The Daily Beast (she even once wrote a college thesis on Laguna Beach and The Hills’s effect on reality TV). “She just kind of seems disgustingly perfect sometimes.”

With her arsenal of online media channels that span the mediums of beauty, crafts, fashion, and more, the flouncy, dress-loving Conrad has become an all-service lifestyle provider to what Riley calls “an amazing audience of teenagers to women in their late 30s”—better known as a demographic with a wad of disposable income. And who better to trust than a girl they have grown up with on television—a person whose career, relationships, and perhaps most important, sense of style, has evolved along with their own?

Conrad’s idyllic how-to’s have caught fire—women are really listening. With a 3 million-strong Twitter following, 2 million Instagram fans, approximately 480,000 Pinterest followers, seven New York Times bestselling books, Glamour magazine’s No. 1 selling issue in 2012, a beauty brand, and two clothing lines, you can’t exactly say that Conrad is skimming the surface of reality-TV fame. On the contrary, she’s using her on-screen persona, (one that women tend to identify as a cute and kind soul) as a means to become a generational stalwart to an audience that averaged around 3 million in each of her shows’ heydays.

But Conrad’s real key to success is her approachability. On each of her shows Conrad “cried a lot,” said Riley, between her many breakups, hard decisions, internship snafus, and most pivotally, a feud with former BFF (and current plastic-surgery fembot) Heidi Montag. “It actually showed her in a very vulnerable light, and made people feel sympathetic towards her,” she continued.

The same goes for Conrad’s sense of style, which consistently appears both put-together, feminine, and relatable—enlisting expensive items (Chanel bags) and well-fitting basics (James Perse tees). It’s a fashion sense that women find both approachable and aspirational: her expensive items are often considered investment-worthy, while the others could be easily sourced on a variety of budgets. When Lucky magazine decided to put Conrad on the cover of its March 2013 issue (which turned out to be one of this year’s bestsellers so far), the title found her “level of approachability just perfect for us,” special projects director Laura Morgan told The Daily Beast. “Style is sort of the filter for our evaluations here at Lucky, and [Lauren] is sexy but never inappropriate, she is feminine but not too prim, she wears the kind of outfits you can go buy.” As one colleague, a Conrad style devotee, noted, “She isn’t frivolous—I can imagine somewhere in her closet is a top from Forever 21 next to a pair of Louboutins, and that is exactly the stuff everyone wants … it’s exactly the way I would want to look on a Saturday night if I went out with my girlfriends.”

With this deeply attached fan base, it’s unlikely that Conrad’s moment will die down anytime soon. It’s still holding strong four years since her last television gig, essentially a light-year in these rapid-moving times. “I don’t think she is going anywhere,” said Morgan. “She doesn’t need to be front-and-center anymore on a major TV show, she does magazine covers, she doesn’t do too many, but spaces them out so there is still a lot out there about her.”

But Conrad is smart enough to still keep people on their toes. Says Riley: “I just decided at some point that I am just never going to be as perfect as her.”

Sonntag, 16. Juni 2013

Lauren Conrad Arriving On A Flight At LAX-Airport in Los Angeles!

Reality TV star Lauren Conrad arriving on a flight at LAX airport
in Los Angeles, California on June 14, 2013.

Source: Zimbio

Lauren Conrad at her Book Signing for #Infamous at 'Anderson's Bookshop' in Naperville!

Lauren Conrad attends a signing for her book 'Infamous' at Anderson's Bookshop
yesterday on June 13, 2013 in Naperville, Illinois.

Source: Instagram