Inside Emma Roberts’ Garden-Themed Baby Shower With Kristen Stewart and More

Emma Roberts announced her first pregnancy at the end of August, revealing she is expecting a baby boy with boyfriend Garrett Hedlund. This weekend, she posted photos from the magic garden-themed baby shower her friend threw her. E! got details on the party, with a source explaining that it was outdoors and intimate due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“Emma’s baby shower was Saturday afternoon at a friend’s house,” the source said. “It was a co-ed shower with about 15 people. It was outside and everyone stayed distanced.”

The guest list had quite a few celebs, according to the source: “Kristen Stewart was there with [her girlfriend] Dylan Meyer, [Leonardo DiCaprio’s girlfriend] Camilla Morrone came with her mom, Lily Kershaw. Emma’s mom and Garrett’s mom were both there.”

And generally, Roberts was thrilled to see everyone and celebrate her son: “She seemed excited to see friends and celebrate her baby,” the source said, calling it a “casual get-together with a lot of laughter for everyone.”

Roberts shared many photos of the decor and food on her Instagram Story. There were plenty of baby boy and mushroom cookies along with Tory Burch home decor (and one vagina-shaped flower arrangement). “So grateful to my family and pod for making my pregnancy feel so celebrated during such wild times. I love you guys @cadehudson22 @kakeykake @britelkin and thank you to @toryburch & @ericbuterbaugh for the magical garden 🌸 #toryburchhome,” Roberts wrote on her Instagram.

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Emma Roberts Had a Garden-Themed Baby Shower With Kristen Stewart and 14 Other Guests

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Israel minister announces plan to ban fur trade

Israel may become the first country worldwide to ban trade in fur from wild animals, following an announcement by the country’s environmental protection minister. Calling the buying and selling of animal pelts for the fashion industry “immoral”, Gila Gamliel said Israel would outlaw the practice. “The fur industry causes the killing of hundreds of millions of animals around the world, and involves indescribable cruelty and suffering,” the minister from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s ruling Likud Party announced on Sunday. “There is no need or justification for the use of furs in the fashion industry,” Ms Gamliel said on Twitter. Exemptions would be available for a limited number of purposes, including “scientific research, education, for instruction and religious purposes and tradition.” Male members of Israel’s orthodox Jewish community typically wear fur hats called shtreimels on the sabbath and holidays. The announcement was welcomed by animal rights activists. “Exciting news from Israel,” said the UK branch of Humane Society International, which is campaigning to ban fur sales in the United Kingdom. Israeli advocacy group Animals Now said most people in the country opposed the fur trade. “Already at the beginning of the struggle, 86 percent of Israelis expressed a clear position that caging, torturing and brutally killing foxes, minks, dogs and cats for extravagant and unnecessary fashion items is unacceptable,” the group said in a statement. “The minister’s important decision will save countless animals.” Some cities worldwide have already banned fur sales, and in October 2019 California became the first US state to do so. When New York city considered banning fur sales last year, some Orthodox Jews opposed the proposal, despite an exemption that would allow sales on religious grounds. “If we ban fur and then you have people that are still out there wearing it, considering the fact that hate crime in New York City is on the rise, people will be targeted on the streets, saying, ‘Why are you wearing this if there’s a fur ban?’” Chaim Deutsch, an Orthodox Jew, told The New York Times. While shtreimels are typically made from the pelts of sables, foxes or other animals, in recent years some Orthodox Jewish leaders have encouraged the wearing of synthetic fur. In 2013, Rabbi Shlomo Pappenheim said making shtreimels from animal fur violated religious prohibitions against causing unnecessary suffering to animals.

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Kristen Bell’s Interior Designer Debuts ‘Down-to-Earth’ Furniture Line for Anthropologie

Anthropologie fans are one step closer to styling their home like Kristen Bell and other stars!

On Wednesday, the clothing and home goods retailer unveiled a new collaborative line with Los Angeles-based interior designer Amber Lewis, founder of design firm Amber Interiors.

When Bell, 40, commissioned Lewis to spruce up her home in Los Angeles’s Los Feliz neighborhood back in 2018, the Good Place actress said, “her design skills are DOPE!!” Lewis expertly outfitted the 4,050-square-foot, 1922 English Revival home, which the couple purchased for a reported $4.3 million, according to Domino.

“I’m so freaking excited to have the actual real-life @amberinteriors helping me with my new house!!” Bell confessed in an Instagram post about the project.

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Courtesy of Amber Lewis for Anthropologie

Courtesy of Amber Lewis for Anthropologie

With almost 40 items for the dining room, living room and bedroom, Amber Lewis for Anthropologie brings the designer’s trademark laidback vibes to the masses.

“Anthropologie’s aesthetic has always resonated with my personal style. I’ve always appreciated the collected, bohemian vibe and it’s something I’ve gravitated towards for years, ” said Lewis in a press release. “It’s always been nostalgic for me — my mom and I used to shop there when I was younger and I remember purchasing this beautiful kantha blanket that my mom still has to this day.”

“Collaborating with Anthropologie felt like coming home for me,” she added, “this sort of pinch-me moment where I realized I could design a collection that really makes you feel something for the pieces you’re bringing into your life, to create something for everyone.”

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The collection highlights Lewis’s penchant for colorful textiles and her taste for natural, earthy elements.

“When I first started designing this collection, I knew I wanted to keep it interesting, simple, and classic,” said Lewis. “Each piece needed to be able to stand alone or together and be just as strong. I designed each piece to be versatile enough that they can be mixed with not only other pieces from my collection, but neutral enough to work with items you may already have.”

Courtesy of Amber Lewis for Anthropologie

Courtesy of Amber Lewis for Anthropologie

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Chris Sotz, general merchandise manager for Anthropologie Home, said in a statement: “We are thrilled to collaborate with Amber Lewis. Finding joy, being comfortable, and sharing time with your closest loved ones has never been more important. She designs for the way we live, especially in these times. Her refined collection also has down-to-earth appeal.”

Further explaining the collection, Lewis wrote on Instagram that the creations were “years

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