We’ll always know Jessica Alba as the kickass star of Fantastic Four and we'll forever associate Bjork with that infamous swan dress (can you really blame us?!), but turns out these celebrities are way more than Hollywood heavyweights; according to Fast Company they’re sucessful entrepreneous as well. The publication has just unveiled its 100 Most Creative People in Business list, and some of our favorite celebs and industry icons have made the cut (!!). Drumroll, please...
Alba scored the #17 slot for her eco-concious baby brand The Honest Company, which she started after her youngest daughter Haven was born. The luxe line of diapers, laundry detergent and soap reportedly take influence from everything from French soaps to Alexander McQueen, making these babies the most pampered kids around. Fashion fave Pamela Love was named #93, thanks to the NYC designer's line of jagged, hard-edged rings, stone bracelets, and tough cuffs. We're major fans of her (literally) drop dead gorgeous collections, so it's about time the rest of the biz is giving her a proper shoutout, too.
Bjork doesn't do sitting still. She never has, never will. So considering this is the musician who made her album Biophilia a total multimedia experience, it's not that surprising that the artist has added another 'slash' to her resume. She's fused her music with education, performing concerts and doing workshops for middle schoolers, making us wonder where she gets all her energy from (seriously Bjork, tell us your secret!).CeeLo Green won the #5 spot for his genre-hopping music and his mentor role on the voice, whereas fellow musician Jared Leto scored #72 for 30 Seconds to Mars and his marketing firm, The Hive. Rounding out the entertainment club are director Wes Anderson and comedian Aziz Ansari.
Just in case these high profile overachievers aren't enough, check out who else topped the list here. Business has never been so major.