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Hough: Shoes are my babies

Published 19/12/2013

Julianne Hough
Julianne Hough

Julianne Hough has a whole spare room dedicated to her shoes.

The 25-year-old star is a footwear fanatic and has dedicated a massive space in her home to her impressive collection.

Filled up with dozens of shoes - a lot from her own Sole Society line - Julianne explained the reason behind her hoarding.

"I don't have kids, I don't live with anybody - this is my baby room!" she laughed to E! News.

"Julianne Hough for Sole Society is what I've been focusing on for a whole year and I'm very proud to have my name on it."

The blonde beauty launched her range with the footwear giant earlier this year and is getting ready to release her next range.

She recently spoke about how designing has helped her bring out her imaginative side.

"Working on my shoe collection has allowed me to explore my creativity in a new way, it's really exciting to watch your designs take shape," she told WWD.

"Waiting to wear the shoes [is the hardest part of the process]. We are working on production almost a year out, so you tend to fall in love with silhouettes a season ahead."

Julianne's passion for designing started a long time ago. Before fabricating her own shoes the actress made pieces to wear during her favourite activity.

"I used to design my own dresses for dancing, so I've always wanted to create. Being able to put on something that you see on a runway and make it a little bit more your own is so much fun," she previously explained. "I love that".

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