Katherine Schwarzenegger has added another achievement to her long resume.
The Good Night Sister author – who was recently spotted house hunting with her husband Chris Pratt – has teamed up with Cleobella.
The 33-year-old beamed as she hosted a pop-up shop Saturday near her Pacific Palisades home at the Coast Lounge in Palisades Village.
The BDA Baby podcast host has teamed up with the retailer to create a line of clothing and home goods that focuses on sustainably produced and ethically handmade goods.
“Deck the halls with holly bells and fill the room with warmth and joy,” she wrote alongside the invite on social media.
Pop-up store: Katherine Schwarzenegger, 33, beamed as she wore a dress of her own design at the opening of the pop-up store promoting her collaboration with retailer Cleobella Saturday in Los Angeles’ Pacific Palisades neighborhood
“From custom wreath making activations, Christmas cookie decorating with the little ones, a hot chocolate bar and free gift wrapping, this is sure to be the Christmas party of the season. And don’t miss your chance to view the entire collection in person!’
The proud designer designed a dress of her own design for the event, a black and white gown that she called the Sun Valley Ankle Dress.
In a video on Instagram Stories, Katherine said she was “absolutely obsessed” with the outfit, which she called “the perfect holiday dress.”
She was excited that the simple yet elegant piece could be dressed up with heels or a pair of sneakers.
Chris, 44, showed up for the show wearing a black and white plaid button-up shirt, black jeans and shoes.
He shared an enthusiastic post about the pop-up on social media.
‘Stop what you’re doing, because my sweetheart is a fashion designer!’ he advised.
‘Yes, you read that correctly. A real designer. We have another tribute to add to the trophy collection!’ he joked, referring to the number of trophies Katherine had won over the years, which were lovingly preserved and organized by her mother, Maria Shriver.
Bursting: Chris Pratt, 44, was bursting with pride as he supported his wife in her latest venture. ‘My sweetheart is a fashion designer!’ he announced in a social media invite to the weekend event
Family: Katherine’s mother, Maria Shriver, 67, modeled the same dress as the hostess. Younger sister Christina, 32, modeled another of Katherine’s designs. Patrick Schwarzenegger and girlfriend Abby Champion showed up to show their support
Comfortable: Abby, 26, looked relaxed in loose-fitting jeans and a watermelon-colored sweater. Patrick, 30, stuck to the black and white aesthetic and wore a white golf shirt and black pants
“She’s made amazing clothes that you and your little ones will love!”
He ended the mission with a message for his wife of five years. ‘So proud of you❤️’
Maria Shriver, 67, showed her support for her eldest daughter’s efforts and also modeled the Sun Valley Ankle Dress.
Her younger sister Christina appeared in a different design.
The black dress with puff sleeves and a bodice with ruffles is called the Montecito Midi Dress.
Katherine wrote on social media that she named the pieces after special places she had visited.
Her brother Patrick, 30, and his girlfriend Abby Champion were on hand to show their enthusiasm for the project.
Also for children: The collection not only contains clothing for adults, but there are also matching pieces for children. Katherine shared photos of her daughters Lyla, three, and Eloise, 17 months, wearing versions of the Sun Valley dress
Home goods: Cleobella and Katherine Schwarzenegger’s collaboration also includes aprons, oven mitts, pajamas and more
The BDA Baby podcast host has teamed up with Cleobella founder Angela O’Brien to create a line of clothing and homewares for the brand that focuses on sustainably sourced and ethically handmade goods.
The collection not only contains clothing for adults, but there are also matching pieces for children.
Katherine shared photos of her daughters Lyla, three, and Eloise, 17 months, wearing versions of the Sun Valley dress.
Cleobella and Katherine Schwarzenegger’s collaboration also includes aprons, oven mitts, pajamas and more.
The guest designer explained the aesthetic of her design in a social media post, writing, “This special holiday collection is filled with neutral colors and textures that can easily transition from season to season because these pieces are so cute you’ll want to wear them all year long.” want to continue using. long.’