2019 Baby2Baby Gala in Culver City // November 9th 2019

Chrissy and John were attending the 2019 Baby2Baby Gala in Culver City on saturday, November 9th 2019. Chrissy was honoured with the Giving Tree Award.


Out & about in LA // November 6th 2019

Chrissy was seen out & about in LA on wednesday, November 6th 2019.


2019 Brandweek Brand Genius Awards Gala // November 4th 2019

Chrissy and John were attending the 2019 Brandweek Brand Genius Awards Gala in Palm Springs on monday, November 4th 2019. Chrissy was awarded with the Brand Visionary award.


Cravings by Chrissy Teigen Website Launch

Chrissy just launched her NEW website CRAVINGSBYCHRISSYTEIGEN.COM! Alongside with the website goes a youtube channel. Make sure to subscribe to Chrissy Teigen. I’ve also put the videos she has online so far in the >read more< part. Enjoy!

I want this to be the place you come to for cooking inspiration, for a restaurant recommendation from my travels (because I just knew that the pasta baby in my belly had a higher purpose), to confirm that Pepper really does hack a papaya straight into the bowl with Dexter-level precision, and really anything else you’ve been curious about. We’ve got recipes! Tips! Videos! Answers to those burning hot Twitter questions! And a lot more…

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Adweek – November 4th 2019

Chrissy is on the cover of Adweek (November 4th 2019). Check out her interview & images down below ↓


Mass communication is Chrissy Teigen’s lifeblood, with Twitter being her favorite platform (and sometimes weapon) of choice. But the road to social media superstardom has had its potholes, like her July leak of the full premiere episode instead of a brief clip of NBC’s competition show Bring the Funny.

In her patented self-deprecating style, she joked that she’d been fired as a judge for the gaffe: “thank u all for your kind texts and DMs please send job opportunities to same number.”

Other mea culpas in her feed include this 2013 gem: “i am basically the worst person at promo ever hello hi i’m chrissy,” after she had implied that a certain razor was tougher to find in New York City than street drugs. (She was a brand ambassador for the company at the time, and C-suite honchos were not amused).

“I remember being so anxious about deals back then. I’d ask my team, ‘Do they know how I am? Do they know I’m like this?,” she says about those nascent sponsorship days during a late summer interview at her sleek, contemporary Beverly Hills home, where she’s nursing a stomachache and considering probiotics while sipping LVE rosé (husband-recording artist John Legend’s brand). “I hate disappointing people or letting them down. It’s the worst feeling.”

But she’s not apologizing for a recent high-profile scrap where she shut down the grenade-lobbing social media rant of none other than Donald Trump. (There’s a marked difference, she says, between going rogue and taking a stand.)

POTUS lashed out at Teigen and Legend over an MSNBC town hall (in which she didn’t take part), saying he and other Republicans deserved more credit for passing criminal justice reform (the First Step Act). “Guys like boring musician @johnlegend, and his filthy mouthed wife, are talking now about how great it is—but I didn’t see them around when we needed help getting it passed.”

Teigen responded: “Lol what a pussy ass bitch. tagged everyone but me. an honor, mister president.”

With those three profane, cut-to-the-quick words, Teigen fortified her reputation as queen of the clapback, added to her 11.9 million-strong Twitter following and turned a president’s insult into a rallying cry for every #filthymouthedwife on the planet. That single post garnered 125,000 retweets, 20,000 comments and 800,000 likes inside of two weeks, and lit up the internet with trending hashtags and memes.

As a digital-native millennial, staying silent wasn’t an option, especially since Trump “can’t not attack women at every opportunity,” she says.

“I typed out a million different things. I backspaced,” Teigen says a few weeks later, shortly after the dust had settled. “Do you make a grand statement, or do you go with your gut?”

Ultimately she posted a comment she thought would pierce thin skin, in keeping with the breezy yet biting tone she’s established for various trolls and haters, including the commander in chief.

“Obviously I’m not going to reason with this guy,” she says. “You’ve got to laugh at him and the whole situation.”

All in a day’s work for the self-described “de-motivational speaker” and former “catalog girl” turned multi-hyphenate, a sought-after brand spokeswoman whose every move generates press, from accidentally posting her email address (and taking FaceTime calls from random fans as a result) to scouting grievances for her upcoming Judge Judyesque project on Quibi.

Read the whole interview on adweek.com

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen Take a Lie Detector Test | Vanity Fair

Version #9 | Vanity Fair

ChrissyTeigenWeb got a darker new look! Emmy from Zeste de Couleurs created both the new wordpress & the new gallery layout. Thank you so much Emmy!

 I picked the Vanity Fair pictures for the new main layout and the pictures by Tal Abudi for the gallery.

Vanity Fair – December 2019

Chrissy and her family are on the cover of the december 2019 issue of Vanity Fair. Read the interview down below & make sure to check out the images in the gallery.


John Legend and Chrissy Teigen on Love, Childhood Traumas, and the “Sh–ty Human Being” in the White House

Is it because they’re in love that Trump can’t stand them?

In September, the president famously let loose on John Legend and Chrissy Teigen in one of his bizarre drive-by tweetings, huffing and puffing about the “boring” singer and his “filthy mouthed wife.” Teigen responded with a tweet so sublime that it became canon: “lol what a pussy ass bitch. tagged everyone but me. an honor, mister president.” The whole exchange was suitable for framing—and one of Teigen’s friends actually did frame it and present it to her as a gift.

The shadowbox with Trump’s broadside and Teigen’s burn now sits in the grand entryway to the family’s home in Beverly Hills, on a table crowded with otherwise joyful photos of the couple’s beautiful children and their grand wedding at Lake Como. In person, Teigen herself is unguarded and endearing. When she gives this reporter a tour of the house, she doesn’t just point out the fitness room (“Here’s the gym I never go into”), the master bathroom (“Here’s my tub where I take baths with Luna and we watch the movie Coco”), and the screening room (“Look at all my candy jars. Literally all I wanted as a child was a room with this much candy”), but also the milky tablet in the ceramic bowl next to the Nintendo Switch on her nightstand: “Here’s my Lexapro.” Teigen has become a social media icon precisely because she can be frank about her struggle with anxiety and her need for approval, while also dunking on the president and MAGA nation. As she puts it, “I don’t care about pissing off a bunch of bigots.”

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Grocery shopping at Bristol Farms in West Hollywood // October 10th 2019

Chrissy was seen at Bristol Farms in West Hollywood on thursday, September 10th 2019. She was joined by Miles, Pepper and Paul (their chef & close family friend).