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To promote the November premiere of The Morning Show, Reese can be seen on the cover of the new issue of Harper’s Bazaar magazine! The magazine features a brand new photoshoot themed around ‘facing your fears’, and Natalie Portman interviews Reese about The Morning Show and some of her other upcoming producing work. In the behind the scenes video, Reese talks about her favourite books, including Wild. Find all the content within this post!

Harper’s Bazaar (US) – November 2019 x2
2019 – Session #008 x6
Harper’s Bazaar (2019) (BTS Video Screencaptures) x273





Reese Witherspoon Faces Her Fears

From boldly addressing the nuances of #MeToo on her new Apple TV+ drama, The Morning Show, to canoodling with a five-foot python for BAZAAR, the 43-year-old actress and producer takes risks without even wobbling in her stilettos. Friend Natalie Portman talked to the star about how she makes it all look so easy.

NATALIE PORTMAN: Hi! I’m so happy to talk to you for Harper’s BAZAAR’s Daring issue. Was it scary to be shot with a spider on your face?

REESE WITHERSPOON: The spider didn’t scare me, but there was a snake at the photo shoot that did. This is going to sound weird, but I like insects and spiders. I was kind of a tomboy growing up. It grosses everybody out, but I like to pick up bugs.

NP: What, if anything, are you actually afraid of?

RW: I get scared of being on really tall buildings and looking down.

NP: And you did that too for your Bazaar shoot! I’m impressed. Speaking of impressed, I watched the first three episodes of The Morning Show last night. It’s wonderful!

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September 7, 2019   •  Category: "Big Little Lies", "Legally Blonde 3", "Legally Blonde", Articles & Interviews, Career, Draper James, Films & Projects, Gallery Updates, Media Alerts, News & GossipComments Off on Reese on the cover of Editorialist magazine

Reese and Draper James’s Head of Design Kathryn Sukey appear on the cover of the Fall/Winter edition of Editorialist magazine this month. Editorialist is an online magazine focused on luxury accessories and jewellery. In the magazine, Reese and Kathryn pose for a new photoshoot, and talk about the inspiration for Draper James and upcoming plans for the brand.

Read the interview online here, browse the online magazine here, and find the cover and photoshoot in our Gallery.

Editorialist – Fall/Winter 2019
2019 – Session #006



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August 26, 2019   •  Category: Draper James, News & GossipComments Off on Reese Witherspoon’s Draper James Teams Up With Coterie to Design Adorable Tailgate Accessories

Reese Witherspoon’s Draper James Teams Up With Coterie to Design Adorable Tailgate Accessories

Just like its founder Reese Witherspoon, Draper James is all about having a good time.

Confirming this fact, the Southern-inspired lifestyle brand announced exclusively with PEOPLE that they have teamed up with maker of stylish party goods Coterie to create a line of entertaining accessories perfect for fall — and specifically, the most wonderful time of year: tailgate season.

The Draper James x Coterie Tailgate Set, which launches on Wednesday [21st], features five different products, each of which draw on Draper James’ signature style (think gingham, magnolia flowers and lots of “Y’all”s).

The line includes disposable napkins, cups, balloons and other decorations perfect for hosting a pre-game party.

Known for its bright and playful merchandise, Draper James is inspired by Witherspoon’s personal style, and aims to embody the charm of a fun-loving Southern gal. Witherspoon is the creative director of the brand, and named it after her grandparents — Dorothea Draper and William James Witherspoon — who she says taught her all she knows about Southern living.

Coterie, on the other hand, was born on the East Coast and is known for its elevated party supplies, which typically come arranged in chic, themed-sets, much like the Tailgate collection.

“The Draper James girl loves to entertain, so the partnership with Coterie was a perfect match,” said Kathryn Sukey, Head of Design at Draper James. “This line is full of charming party products that capture the spirit of both brands and add just the right touch to every table and tailgate party this season.”

Perhaps the best part about the Tailgate set? Each item costs less than $10. The balloons are priced at $9, the cups $8, the napkins $7 and the foam finger cupcake toppers $6.

The collection is now available for purchase at DraperJames.com, CoterieParty.com and in Draper James’ brick-and-mortar stores.

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July 29, 2019   •  Category: "Sing", Draper James, Gallery Updates, Video UpdatesComments Off on 2016 TV Appearances Gallery update

A slightly smaller update today than previously – the 2016 TV Appearances section of the Gallery has been updated. We already had photos from most of the appearances but there are a few additional photos & screencaptures, including from Reese’s interviews on Ellen & Jimmy Fallon. Reese did a bit of promotion for Draper James and Sing in 2016, but was relatively low profile compared to the previous few years!

Most available videos have already been posted – browse through our 2016 news archives to watch them, and find the clip from The Project below.

Talk Shows from 2016




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January 16, 2019   •  Category: Crate & Barrel, Draper James, News & GossipComments Off on Get in Bed with Reese Witherspoon! Draper James x Crate & Barrel Sheets and Pillows Are Here

Get in Bed with Reese Witherspoon! Draper James x Crate & Barrel Sheets and Pillows Are Here

Draper James is launching bedding!

On Tuesday, the brand, founded by Reese Witherspoon, announced the launch of a bedding collaboration with Crate & Barrel that features duvet covers, pillow shams and sheets. The Willow Collection is the latest in an ongoing collaboration that has so far included dining and entertaining essentials.

In true Witherspoon style, the line has plenty of Southern charm, with designs featuring a classic blue and white leaf pattern and trellis motifs.

“Say hello to the prettiest bedding you’ll love to tuck into every night,” Witherspoon writes on CrateandBarrel.com. “Sweet dreams, y’all.”

Prices range from $50 (for a set of two standard pillowcases) to $210 (for a king-sized sheet set), with many variations in between. A printed lumbar pillow costs $90, while a solid euro sham rings in at $70.

The Willow printed duvet cover goes for $200 for a king-sized bed, and features interior corner ties and pearlized buttons for a ladylike touch.

Witherspoon’s new bedding line is an extension of Draper James’ collaboration with Crate & Barrel, and joins other products such as placemats, napkins and dinnerware sets, as well as sun hats and printed tote bags emblazoned with phrases like “Hello, Sugar.”

The collection is available to shop on both Draper James and Crate & Barrel‘s websites.

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Reese graces the cover of the new February issue of US Vogue! The magazine features a story on her as the “moral compass of Hollywood” (which is a great title for her!), and features an extensive new interview and a new photoshoot – including a photo with Betty and Ava. It’s a fantastic article exploring how Reese’s career has developed, and focuses mostly on her recent move into production and business; there are also some great quotes from Cheryl Strayed, Nicole Kidman and Meryl Streep. I also liked reading about where her Oscar is, and that she has hardbound copies of scripts from her movies!

Read the full article below, and find high quality photos from the cover and the shoot in our Gallery. We’ll have scans for you soon. Make sure you pick up a copy when you can!

Reese Witherspoon: Activist, Advocate, Hollywood’s Moral Compass

The first time Reese Witherspoon found herself suspended from school was in third grade, when she was caught running a custom-barrette business from her desk. (She painted store-bought barrettes and sold them at a profit; when her paint pens leaked onto her desk, she was apprehended.) Another time was during her junior year, at a private girls’ high school in Nashville, when she complained to her English teacher that the work they were doing wasn’t challenging enough. Witherspoon was in many ways a model student—good grades, popular, a soccer player and cheerleader—but she also had a reputation for telling teachers what they were doing was wrong.



“I always tended to be outspoken with my opinions,” she says. “Whether they were appropriate or not.”

More than two decades later, Witherspoon is still fighting the status quo. Insofar as Hollywood is an extreme version of high school, a fishbowl of fragile egos, insecurity, and often-misdirected sexual energy, she has taken it upon herself to be a champion of the overlooked and the underestimated. She may still bear the imprint of the perky-blonde roles that kept her in American-sweetheart mode for the better part of two decades, but something’s changed beneath the surface. Witherspoon has become a formidable business­woman, launching a company that has a hand in just about every imaginable sector of contemporary media, and she’s become a formidable activist as well, fighting for greater representation in Hollywood of people of color, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities, and—most of all—women.

“The idea is to put women at the center of the story,” Witherspoon says, sitting barefoot and in jeans in the kitchen of her sunny, sprawling Los Angeles home as her three dogs—a German shepherd named Nash (short for Nashville), a French bulldog named Pepper, and a lab named Hank—amble and snort among the rooms. “I was sick of making movies where I was the only female lead on the set. I was sick of seeing scripts where there was one female role, badly written, and yet every actress in town wanted the part because there was nothing else.”

There is perhaps no greater example in the history of television of putting women at the center than Big Little Lies, the HBO sensation that picked up eight Emmys in 2017. Witherspoon executive-produced the series with Nicole Kidman, with whom she also stars alongside Laura Dern, Zoë Kravitz, and Shailene Woodley. In the second season, which airs in late spring, Meryl Streep will bring the show’s number of female leads to six.

Read the full article at Vogue.com





December 15, 2018   •  Category: Draper James, Hello Sunshine, Video Updates, Whiskey In A Tea CupComments Off on Reese Witherspoon’s 2018 Holiday Favorites + Q&A!

Join Reese as she takes a break to answer fun questions about the holidays. Find out what her favorite thing is about this festive time of year including some family recipes, traditions, shopping and more!

Ready to get festive? Shop Hello Sunshine’s first ever gift guide here: https://hello-sunshine.com/gift-guide-2018





October 6, 2018   •  Category: Crate & Barrel, Draper James, Gallery Updates, Video UpdatesComments Off on New Crate & Barrel adverts

Here are the latest 3 Crate & Barrel spots, including Reese unpacking ‘Movie night’ and ‘end of the day’:





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Big Little Lies (2019)
Season 2 availabe now on HBO
Role: Madeline
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The Morning Show (2019)
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Legally Blonde 3 (2020)
Filming in 2019, to be released on May 8th 2020
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Little Fires Everywhere (2020)
Season 1 airing 2020
Role: Elena Richardson
Genre: Hulu TV Series - Drama
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Sing 2 (2020)
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Role: Rosita
Genre: Animation, comedy, musical
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