Lauren Conrad, the co-founder of The Little Market, is also a reality TV star, author, and fashion designer. She went to FIDM college in Los Angeles. Her luxury fashion line is called Paper Crown. Lauren Conrad's net worth is estimated at $40 million in 2022. She is married to her husband William Tell since 2014. Guest-starring on Get Organized with The Home Edit Season 2 on Netflix, Lauren Conrad's trending queries include her business, Kohl's baby clothes, dresses, shoes, hair, and clothing. Find Lauren Conrad from The Little Market on Instagram.
When Lauren Conrad and Hannah Skvarla met in college in California over a decade ago, they had no idea that their friendship would lead to the co-founding of a non-profit that would help marginalized artisans all over the world.
However, it is precisely what they did. Lauren and Hannah could never have predicted the success of their nonprofit The Little Market when they originally came up with the idea over ten years ago.
The Little Market (which has a digital shop and a storefront in Los Angeles) has worked directly with Fair Trade artisan groups and social enterprises throughout the world to source ethical, sustainable gifts, accessories, and home décor since its establishment in 2013. It is now celebrating a million dignified hours of labor produced for craftsmen as a milestone.
It's interesting how Laura and Hannah have handled their business. And some people believe to be familiar with Laura Conrad. Let's know more about Laura and details of her life besides The Little Market.
Lauren Conrad is the Co-Founder of The Little Market
Lauren Conrad (@laurenconrad) is an author, television personality, and fashion designer from the United States. She rose to fame after starring in the reality show Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County with her real-life friends Heidi Montag, Whitney Port, and Audrina Patridge. Conrad, who was born and raised in Laguna Beach, California, had always been interested in fashion design.
Conrad attended the Academy of Art University and majored in fashion design after graduating from Laguna Beach High School. She went on to the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising to study fashion design and merchandising.
Since then, American beauty has built a thriving career as a fashion designer, with her own labels Paper Crown and LC Lauren Conrad. In addition to working in the fashion industry, Conrad is also a frequent guest on TV shows and programs.
Lauren also runs an online magazine devoted to beauty, art and craft, lifestyle, and fitness. Conrad has also worked with Teen Vogue, a respected magazine. The multitalented woman is married and has a young child, and she enjoys spending time with her family. The diva is active on a lot of social media platforms at the moment.
Conrad and her friend Hannah Skvarla founded the online store The Little Market (@thelittlemarket) in 2013. In 2015, she expanded LC Lauren Conrad to include a limited-edition Cinderella-inspired collection. Then there were the Minnie Mouse and Bambi collections. Conrad expanded her brand by launching a swim line at Kohls in 2017.
Lauren Conrad is also a model that has had a great career. She has appeared on the covers of a number of publications, including Cosmopolitan and StyleWatch.
She was featured on the cover of the high-end magazine Glamour in May 2012. This issue was the magazine's best-selling issue of the year, selling over 500,000 copies. She appeared on the covers of Marie Claire and Lucky the following year.
List Of Guest Stars in Netflix's Get Organized with The Home Edit Season 2
Netflix's home organizing show, Get Organized with The Home Edit initially premiered in 2020, and it was renewed for a second season. Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin are working with ordinary clients as well as a number of high-profile celebrities to organize their homes, much as they did in Season 1.
While Reese Witherspoon, Eva Longoria, Khloé Kardashian, Rachel Zoe, Jordana Brewster, Retta, Neil Patrick Harris, and Kane Brown were featured in Season 1, the second season features a top talk show host's test kitchen, a supermodel's glam room, a TikTok prankster's content room, and more.
Season 2's celebrity lineup includes Florida Georgia Line musician Tyler Hubbard, actress/talk show host Drew Barrymore, reality star Lauren Conrad, TikToker Topper Guild, actress Danielle Brooks, model Winnie Harlow, author Katherine Schwarzenegger, actor Chris Pratt, singer Kelsea Ballerini, and comedian Kevin Hart (who appeared on Facetime for his friend's closet makeover).
Season 2 of Get Organized with The Home Edit is currently available on Netflix and is getting both positive and negative critics to date. It'll be interesting to see how the viewers will take the new season as the debut season was one of the trending shows during the pandemic era.