Here’s How Jessica Alba Is Making Diaper Changes Less ‘Horrible’

Jessica Alba
Alba celebrates the launch of the Springtime in Paris Diaper Collection. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

Jessica Alba has found a way to make diapers très chic — and eco-friendly! — with Paris-themed prints from her Honest Company.

The Honest company cofounder — clad in white floral Brock dress and metallic Manolo Blahnik heels — showed Us Weekly the adorable new spring patterns on Wednesday, March 9 at NYC’s Ladurée cafe. 

“Everything in [Paris] is so beautiful and so tasteful and chic,” the actress, 34, told Us. “I wanted to bring that to life in something that can be so horrible, like changing diapers. Literally, it’s the worst thing ever … and I wanted to just make it a little better!”

The launch of the Springtime in Paris Diaper Collection
The launch of the Springtime in Paris Diaper Collection Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

The Springtime in Paris Diaper Collection
The Springtime in Paris Diaper Collection

The ultra-absorbent, safe and effective nappies ($13.95, come in five patterns, including macarons, Eiffel Tower stripes, luggage, race cars and French dogs. And they get the stamp of approval from Alba and Cash Warren’s daughters, Honor, 7, and Haven, 4. “They are terrible liars, so if they don’t like something, they’ll tell me!” the star cracked. “Haven loves the dog [print.]”

Cash Warren, Jessica Alba, Honor and Haven
Warren, Alba, Haven and Honor (clockwise from top left) attend the Baby2Baby Holiday Party in 2015. Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images

Another reason to buy Honest: The company is donating 1 million diapers to support the White House's #diapergap initiative, which seeks to provide diapers to low-income families across the United States.

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