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Monday 24 November 2014

Kate Hudson: Bikinis are essential

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Kate Hudson
'Late Show with David Letterman', New York, America - 24 Apr 2013
Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson has revealed her favourite summer looks.

The actress has revealed her favourite looks for the holiday season and feels most at ease in swimwear.

Kate has expanded her role as the face of US clothing brand Ann Taylor by designing a capsule collection for the company.

In the accompanying campaign, the petite blonde shows off her toned figure in a blue two-piece.

“In summer I cannot live without bikinis,” she revealed.

The 34-year-old actress looks gorgeous in the images, which were shot on a private beach in Malibu.

Kate’s natural vitality shines through as she frolics by the ocean energised by her favourite music.

“The Rolling Stones and Prince always get me dancing,” she laughed.

For a more covered up look, Kate chose a bright orange maxi skirt and denim shirt combination as her favourite summer outfit.

The mother-of-two, who is engaged to Muse rocker Matt Bellamy, also dared to clash prints in a playful outfit of shorts and a sleeveless, knotted blouse.

“This is the perfect outfit for every summer day. The colours are gorgeous,” she said of the bold skirt before explaining what she likes about the cute striped and spotted combination she models in another shot. “I love the easy energy of the polka dot top and striped shorts. I love soft, sensual shapes and this collection really captures that. It’s sexy, tasteful and easy to dress up or dress down.”

Kate also shared some style tips, explaining how she likes to wear accessories. She picked a parrot bracelet and a snake cuff to dress up her favourite summer dresses from the collection.

“My nickname is birdie, so I love this,” she said of the parrot jewellery before revealing how she would wear the reptile cuff. “This little snake bracelet looks great worn up high on your arm.”

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