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Kate Hudson creates LBDs

Published 19/03/2014

Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson has created a LBD collection with Ann Taylor.

The 34-year-old actress has been the face of the womenswear brand since 2012 and has appeared in several campaigns for the label, most recently its Spring 14 advertisement.

She has now collaborated with Ann Taylor creative director Lisa Axelson to create a capsule collection of the iconic dresses.

Kate wanted to offer different designs for females to wear, such as the off-shoulder floor-length design titled Best Actress.

“We designed them to fit how we all live,” she told WWD. “So there’s something for every occasion and everyone.”

There is also The Romantic, which has a short silhouette finish, and the sculpted cut-out style Camera Ready.

This isn’t Kate’s first taste of designing with the label. She worked with Lisa last year on a summer collection, which was made up of casual looks taken from her favourite red carpet styles.

“Working with Ann Taylor has been a great creative experience, and there is a really wonderful connection,” Kate previously said in an official statement. “Ann Taylor is great at creating iconic wardrobe staples and updating them season after season. I love that Lisa Axelson is designing clothes for real women.”

Kate also has her own athletic wear range called Fabletics with JustFab Inc.

She and the label created high performance pieces and with the actress’ special touch she hopes the offerings will make women feel good as they work out.

"The most exciting part about co-founding this line is creating looks and pieces for every woman and every body type; things women can feel good in all day," Kate said in a statement. "At Fabletics, we believe all women should be able to have hip styles and amazing quality at prices that won't break the bank."

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