Kate Hudson showed off her impressive yoga skills with a new video for her Fabletics brand.
The “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” star took to Instagram yesterday evening to debut the promotional clip for her activewear brand that she co-founded in 2013. In the video, Hudson can be seen trying on a series of pieces from the brand’s newest collection including a strappy black sports bra that she teams with coordinating leggings.
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OUT NOW! Every couple of months I like to do edits that bring our customer a huge value with new curated designs and prints. Inspired by yoga flow and stay at home lifestyle, here’s July’s Edit!!! *remember they go super fast! Love you guys! @fabletics #cofounder 💕 Directed, shot and edited by my guy @swimswammyslippyslappy during quarantine ❤️ Thanks for helping me out baby 🙏
In one shot while she is wearing the double-black athletic set, Hudson added in pair of neon-accented black and white Nike sneakers to get her sweat in at home.
The actress also modeled a selection of other pieces from the brand including $85 Ultracoool satin-finish python leggings and the $40 Kinsley seamless sports bra. Beyond activewear, the 41-year-old star modeled an athleisure-chic outfit that matched $80 joggers to a slouchy taupe strapless bandeau that sells for $40.
With that more relaxed pairing, Hudson opted for smooth black cross-strap slides to keep things casual.
Beyond creating Fabletics, Kate Hudson’s experience in the fashion industry is neverending. She partnered with New York & Company in 2018 as an ambassador and has previously starred in campaigns for Jimmy Choo, Ann Taylor, La Mer and Michael Kors amongst others.
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