[Exclusive] Lauren Conrad’s staying on her ‘Game’

The very first moment Lauren Conrad graced our television screens I knew there was something distinctive about this lady. Maybe it's her personality or the fact that she's well-grounded, but one thing we all can attest to is that LC is without a doubt driven for success. Many still call her 'former reality star' but I feel she's far surpassed that by now. If you so choose to give her a proper title then 'entrepreneur' is more like it.

Over the years, Conrad has established an empire embodying her three fashion lines, a series of best selling books, and other business ventures. Lauren celebrated her 26th birthday recently and at such a young age she's already accomplished a great deal. Indeed, the minimal and chic lover shows no sign of slowing down, so it's quite a pleasant surprise that she even had time to spare for an interview with us. Therefore, it is significant that you continue on below because as usual, this interview was done on your behalf:

EY: Thanks for taking the time. Let’s start off by talking a little about your life before it all took off. What was it like growing up and did you always love the creative arts?

LC: I had a wonderful childhood in Laguna Beach. My family is very close and I am the oldest of 3 kids. We had so much fun as a family growing up.

EY: To be honest, I wasn’t expecting you to become an author because of your constant demonstration of your love for fashion. So, your novels were definitely a pleasant surprise. What inspired you to start writing?

LC: I have always loved reading. Ever since I was a young girl I had a book by my bed and would get lost in the world of make believe. When I was asked to write a book, what interested me most was trying something that was outside what I normally did. It was a challenge that I was up for.

EY: Were you expecting the positive feedback that you received for your previous novels?

LC: The main reason to write was to try something new and to really explore my creative side. I never did it for any other reason. Having the books become a success was really like icing on the cake and it was so wonderful as a first time author.

“In Hollywood, fame can be found on every corner and behind any door. You just have to know where to look for it.”

EY: The word is out so now we’re all anticipating the release of your next trilogy. Can you share with us a little in regards to the plot?

LC: The Fame Game is the new series and the first book comes out in April. I really enjoyed this book because it takes place from the bad girl’s point of view. It is a spinoff to my LA Candy series but these books are written from the perspective of Madison and not Jane.

EY: Okay cool, sounds really interesting and I, as well as everybody else, can’t wait to get our hands on that. But now on to your fashion side. What’s the story behind the name Paper Crown?

LC: We got the name paper crown from those cute crowns we made as young girls when we played dress up. We felt that was a cute name for such a romantic and whimsical line.

EY: And what’s next for all your clothing lines?

LC: Paper Crown continues to grow and I just love working on the line. In addition, I am still designing for LC Lauren Conrad which is exclusive to Kohls. The line has done so well and we expanded to shoes and accessories, which has been so much fun to design.

Kohls along with Lauren has just unleased the Spring 2012 designs for LC Lauren Conrad so check it out here

EYYou’ve recently teamed up with Blue Avocado, an environmentally conscious lifestyle company, to produce eco-friendly goods. Tell us about this new venture and what you’re hoping to accomplish.

LC: I am working on a collection of beauty, lunch, and travel products + accessories with Blue Avocado that ‘embraces’ style and sustainability. The entire collection is made from reclaimed plastic bottles, so we are keeping them out of landfills and oceans, and will include an impact label so people can see the carbon footprint of the product, how many plastic bottles were up cycled, and the waste avoided with each use.  It is the ultimate in reuse and recycle (and they are adorable!)

EY: Does it ever become somewhat overwhelming when you think of all you have to juggle, between fashion, writing, etc. and how do you maintain that drive, what keeps you focused amidst it all?

LC: Yes! but like every job there are ups and downs, and you just get through it. Mine is no different than anyone else. I just need to be organized in juggling all the moving parts.

EY: And in a couple of years when looking back on all you’ve done, how would you like to be remembered?

LC: I hope that fans say that I was someone that they looked up to and someone who had great work ethics, and was a good role model to young girls.

And there you have it. New books, new business partnership, life just keeps getting bigger and better for this young woman. Lauren Conrad really has a lot going on for the new year, and I believe there’s still a lot more to come. Stay tuned!

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Visit the following links to keep updated with Lauren, and you can keep checking back with EY as well for the latest.

www.laurenconrad.com

twitter.com/laurenconrad

facebook.com/laurenconrad

Images courtesy of LaurenConrad.com

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1 Comment on [Exclusive] Lauren Conrad’s staying on her ‘Game’

  1. She, along with Whitney, are the only ones who took advantage of the opportunity and actually made something out of it. However, Lauren pushed herself beyond limits, taking on several business ventures that make sense. Her success is not based on being a reality star, it’s based on hard-work.

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