MIAMI — A latter-day Jill-of-all-trades, actress and entrepreneur Kristin Cavallari—perhaps best known from reality TV series The Hills—is embarking on yet another business venture.
Cavallari, 31, announced on social media Wednesday that her jewelry brand “Uncommon James” would soon incorporate home goods products such as “jewelry dishes, salad tongs, wine glasses, and so much more.”
Additionally, Cavallari plans to open an actual storefront location for Uncommon James, previously accessible only online.
The first physical store will debut in Nashville, Tennessee, where Cavallari and her family reside. They only recently left Miami, and the reality star’s husband, Jay Cutler, still had significant ties to the city as quarterback for the Miami Dolphins.
“The end of another chapter,” Cavallari posted on Instagram when she announced the relocation on January 2nd.
Between her already-existing ventures with Uncommon James, her work as a fashion designer and—of course—the demands that come with being a mother-of-three, one wonders how Cavallari finds the time.
None of the above has stopped the enterprising star from embarking on still another new endeavor: the release of a cookbook.
The book, entitled “True Roots” comes out in April and will feature recipes for dairy, gluten and sugar-free treats. It’s a departure from Cavallari’s prior literary effort, 2016’s memoir “Balancing In Heels.”
However Cavallari juggles it all, it’s clear that her efforts generally result in success for her and her brand.
Cutler is, in his own way, equally as enterprising. He joined the Dolphins as quarterback following an injury suffered by prior QB Ryan Tannehill, but had originally plan to retire from the sport and pursue the next phase of his career as an NFL sportscaster.
Wherever the wind blows the busy family in the future, it can’t be denied that they left their mark on Miami.