Some people are all about the spotlight and, to be honest, everybody is quite alright with it! Kate Hudson regularly enjoys giving interviews–especially when she can express her important life views and opinions. In an interview conducted and covered by Elle Magazine, Hudson gave all the details pertaining to her workout life and how it has contributed to her success as the face of their important announcement on Facebook.
For those of you who may not know, Fabletics is a clothing line that sells athletic wear and athleisure wear. The line’s ability to transform women from gym ready to nightlife fabulous in less than seconds contributes to its success, appreciation, and general admiration from the public. Clothes for each season are available through Fabletics, and Hudson steadily remains as the face to a name, all while offering her undying support for the line’s message.
A brief moment was taken during the interview for Hudson to snack on her popcorn (which she asked permission to do, by the way), but when the fun continued, plenty of information was provided. After a chuckle, Hudson explained that she maintains her body through rigorous exercise, including pilates, yoga, and jogging. Though she admits her trainer sometimes needs to get her motivated, Hudson very much appreciates the act of exercising and the feelings it provides her with.
“I actually really believe in cleansing, but I don’t believe in long cleansing, over 10 days is just too much,” said Hudson. She continued with stating that dieting and exercise are hard enough without any added pressure, and that people need time to figure out their goals and how to accomplish them. Thank you for the insight, Kate, but what about the launch of Fabletics? Basically, what started the brand?
Without a doubt, Fabletics was established as a means to motivate women of all sizes, backgrounds, and determinations. Patterns, like tribal prints and snakeskin, punctuate pieces, and supportive cross-back tops guarantee the freedom of movement all while looking trendy. The idea behind the project was to motivate women to get active without having them feel frumpy or broke after spending traditional prices for quality workout gear. References: http://wwd.com/fashion-news/fashion-scoops/fabletics-to-make-big-push-into-retail-10181356/