Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 22 October 2014

Jennifer Hudson: My clothing line is unique

Jennifer Hudson
Jennifer Hudson
Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson claims her clothing line with QVC offers the wearer something "truly unique".

The star announced her debut design range would be in collaboration with the home shopping channel in June this year.

The singer-and-actress revealed her mission with The Jennifer Hudson Collection is to empower women with her clothes and accessories.

"All the ladies can feel sexy and have fun in my clothing and that makes me feel like I am offering something truly unique to the people who have been gracious enough to show me such love and support over the years," Jennifer told the Huffington Post.

The American star explained how the line serves as much more than just a clothes range for her.

She feels the partnership has awoken her inner creative spirit and allowed her to produce a collection based on her own personal experience of losing weight in the public eye.

"I am a creative spirit, and my love for clothing - like my love for music - has allowed me to produce something that is for every woman," Jennifer continued. "When I was designing, I made sure that nothing in the line was only cut to look good on a specific size or shape. Working with QVC has allowed me to realise my love for fashion."

Since she first found fame on American Idol, Jennifer has shed the pounds thanks to a healthy diet and exercise routine. The chart topper is still redefining herself in terms of how she looks on the outside, as well as how she feels on the inside.

"The weight loss is still relatively new, so to be honest I am still getting used to this body," Jennifer confessed. "On the outside, I guess I am more daring with some of the clothes I choose to wear, but on the inside... I think I am still getting used to how the change has impacted the way I think and feel."

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