Garcelle Beauvais has reason to celebrate amid the launch of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star’s Haiti-inspired home decor collection. Garcelle’s name has been hot in the press following the latest episode that revealed Erika Jayne’s drunken behavior at her birthday party. Erika riled up viewers after she flirted with Garcelle’s eldest son Oliver, who is married, and cussed at her 14-year-old son Jax. Garcelle confronted Erika about her treatment of her sons. But once the episode aired, Garcelle learned how funny Kyle Richards, Mauricio Umansky, and Dorit and PK Kemsley found Erika’s antics.
The two couples and Erika have been under fire for their behavior. It comes amid mounting criticism against multiple cast members about their alleged microaggressions against Garcelle. The week before the episode aired, Lisa Rinna was facing backlash after defending the predominantly white cast against criticism whenever someone feuds with Garcelle. Elsewhere, newcomer Diana Jenkins was also blasted for a shady post she aimed at Garcelle where she scolded her with details about her past donations to Garcelle’s home countries Haiti and Congo. Many have called out the consistent attacks against the show’s only Black housewife.
But Garcelle has plenty of more reason to smile after launching a new business venture that aligns with her passion for home design. On Tuesday, she announced the launch of Garcelle at Home, an indoor and outdoor home decor brand made in partnership with HSN’s Design Development and Global Sourcing (DDGS), People reports. The collection will be sold exclusively on HSN’s website and is “a dream come true