Oscar-winning star Catherine Zeta-Jones unveiled the first collection of her new Casa Zeta-Jones homeware line during a video shoot at her opulent mansion.Jones is selling the range through the QVC home shopping channel and it will initially feature everything from bedding to table linens and bath towels and will eventually include a wider range of products in the future. QVC says the range is inspired by her "passion for design was inspired by her childhood in Wales alongside her seamstress mother and a lifetime of travels", according to a report by Vanity Fair.
The beautiful actress partnered with well-known business tycoon Daymond John and his team at The Shark Group just 12 months ago and brought her homeware collection in shape for sale. Recently the actress has taken to social media and has been posting details of her lifestyle including a peek into her own beauty cupboards in the spring. Jones said in a statement that she was thrilled to bring her home and bedding line to QVC."This is a project I have been passionate about and working on for years now, and I am delighted to share it with QVC customers." she said.
The actress is married to legendary actor Micheal Douglas and he has been throughout supportive of his wife's new endeavour. The gorgeous actress is very fond of decorating her own home and she collects things from the souks in Istanbul, she also collects stuff from India, South Africa, handmade pieces, to woven baskets.
The 47-year-old and Douglas have been married for 17 years now and they have a very happy married life with two children Earlier Jones gave an update on her husband who had throat cancer and said that he is absolutely fine and healthy now. About her new collection, the actress said that she gets her inspiration from her Welsh family and since her grandmother was a seamstress, she is well accustomed to the world of fabrics. She said that she has been a "decorating genius" since childhood and as a young girl she would watch her mom sew all her clothes and drapes.
Check out the video from Wales Online: