Once upon a time, Kristin Cavallari was the queen bee of Laguna Beach. Armed with catty remarks and chunky highlights, she was the MTV star that you may have loved to hate — or hated to love. (Or maybe you just really loved her because you were #TeamKristin over #TeamLC in the battle for Stephen Colletti's heart.)
Regardless of your then-stance on the reality star — who, post-Laguna Beach, would go on to take over Lauren Conrad's top spot on Laguna Beach spin-off The Hills — things are different for her now. She's no longer a sassy teen of the early aughts, but a mom of three, a best-selling author, and the HBIC of an actual business, rather than a reality show squad.
But about those squads — Cavallari still runs one, albeit now, most are on her payroll. Very Cavallari promises an intimate look at the reality star's day-to-day running her fashion and lifestyle brand (and brand-new Nashville store Uncommon James), but while "I'm CEO, bitch" Cavallari is the focus of the show, it's her new girl gang that populates it.