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February 23, 2011

Kate Bosworth Talks Fashion Bargains, Alternate Career Paths in March Nylon Magazine

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Would we ever give Hollywood elite a second glance if they were, well, just like us? Kate Bosworth challenges the notion, telling Nylon magazine subscribers in the March issue, “I don’t think I could be anything but an actress, but if I were, I’d be a psychiatrist. I think people are so interesting and I think their issues are so much a part of what makes people who they are. I know I have my issues, for sure!”

Bosworth has problems? Nay, issues with a normal job? Yeah, she does. Take her need for mid-priced accessories–as in, there’s no such thing. Enter Bosworth and her stylist Cher Coulter who’ve teamed up to fill the void with new accessories line JewelMint.

The 28-year-old tells the fashion magazine, “I wanted to make everything
$30. There’s nothing in that price range, really. You can go to, like,
Claire’s and get something for $5, and the next level up is over $100.
This is a middle range of really cute, really fun accessories.”

For
inspiration to create the new line, Bosworth had to look no further
than her own circle of friends. She says, “All my friends love a
bargain, whether or not they can also shop at expensive stores… Sienna
Miller’s one of my best friends and we always go bargain shopping!”
Now, that’s what we’d call ‘having issues.’

Up next for Bosworth is Sundance favorite Another Happy Day,
costarring Ellen Barkin, Demi Moore, and Thomas Hayden Church. The
well-received flick about a well-to-do family with plenty of dysfunction
opens in theaters later this year.



About the Author

Kara Gause
Kara Gause
Kara Gause is a junkie for TV, film, pop culture, and health food--in that order. A Yankee girl happily transplanted in Nashville, she spends her days as a freelance writer juggling the needs of her twin toddlers, two Bassett hounds, and one fantastic husband--in that order. Read more of her day-to-day shenanigans on her blog, MasterofWhat.com.