With just one cookbook, supermodel Chrissy Teigen built a massive following, and now she is ready to build an empire around it. The author of Cravings: Recipes for All the Food You Want to Eat just applied to lock down the trademark Cravings to use on a line of home goods, including kitchen appliances, hair dryers, bed linens, and towels. Is she hoping to be the next Martha Stewart?
TMZ is reporting that Teigen’s trademark documents show she has applied to use the Cravings name for a lifestyle blog dedicated to homemaking, cooking, and recipes. She also named the company Suit & Thai Productions, Inc. in the filing, the same company from her trademark “Chrissy Teigen” application in March 2017. Teigen is President of Suit & Thai Productions.
According to Eater.com, because her first cookbook was such a success, Teigen is working on a follow-up – tentatively titled Cravings 2 – in addition to her new product line in an attempt to become America’s next domestic goddess.
Along with her domestic empire building, Teigen is also busy tweeting about her disdain for Donald Trump, co-hosting Lip Sync Battle, being the wife of singer John Legend, being the mom of 1-year-old Luna, and preparing for the arrival of her second child.
She seems to be able to do it all, but not without a few bumps in the road now and then. Per US Weekly, Teigen and Legend recently had a “flight to nowhere,” and she live-tweeted about the ordeal for hours.
The couple boarded a flight for Tokyo last Tuesday, but eight hours later ended up back in Los Angeles after the crew believed there was an unauthorized passenger on board. They eventually boarded another flight the next day.
“We uhhhhh went ahead and canceled our connecting flight to Nagoya and 3-hour car ride for…obvious reasons…but are happy to stay here in Tokyo!” Teigen wrote in another tweet. “We feel like young lovers again. Been a while since the ramen adventures of 2012!”
The pair finally made it to Tokyo, and the airline did apologize for the incident, but Teigen wasn’t impressed. She said that everyone in the air and on the ground, was apologetic, but there was no need for them to return to Los Angeles on the first flight. She said the situation could have just as easily been figured out if they would have gone straight to Japan.
Chrissy Teigen also took to Twitter to joke about President Trump’s recent tweet about having an award show for “the most dishonest and corrupt media.” She wrote that she would be hosting the red carpet.