Kate Hudson For Ann Taylor 2014 LBD Capsule Campaign

Posted on Mar 26 2014 - 4:35pm by GJ Staff

Kate Hudson, soon to be seen in the Indie comedy movie ‘Rock the Casbah’ with Bill Murray and Bruce Willis, is also currently reprising her rôle with the Ann Taylor fashion line. The movie and TV star has worked with creative director Lisa Axelson to design and promote new styles of that must-have wardrobe classic, the Little Black Dress.

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The great thing about the lbd is that it is timeless and versatile, capable of being dressed up or down however you wish. The Kate Hudson for Ann Taylor lbd capsule collection consists of five limited edition stylish little black dresses. They aim to provide something for everyone, and the name of each dress reflects Kate’s glamorous life in front of the camera. The gowns would suit a range of occasions from a rock ‘n’ roll night out to a cocktail party or a more formal occasion.

‘Camera Ready’ is a close-fitting sexy dress with cut-outs, to show off that film-star figure. ‘Best Actress’ is an Oscar-winning creation consisting of a full length, off-the-shoulder column gown which is everyone’s idea of red carpet, knock-’em-dead style. ‘The Romantic’ offers more of a flirty flounce, in a sheer micro-dot fabric with a short skirt trimmed with faux leather. ‘London Love’ is a tailored, sleek number with sheer revealing insets and a fishtail hemline, while Kate rocks the ‘Late Nighter’ – an open-backed short bodycon dress with lace and sheer panels.

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Ever since 1954, the Ann Taylor fashion brand has been very successful, attracting modern women because the clothes suit today’s lifestyle. As well as Kate Hudson, other showbiz fans include Angelina Jolie, Halle Berry and Jessica Alba, while the First Lady herself has also been seen wearing the label. The company now has 268 stores in the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada, as well as an online store, and the Kate Hudson for Ann Taylor lbd capsule collection will be in stores from April 10th.