Hey curvy girls all over the world,
This morning we are kicking off with some interesting fashion news that involves a Jennifer Hudson QVC line and a super luxe designer heading to Kohls. Get the scoop now:
Well, well, J-Hud has decided to work on something else other than those Weight Watcher's commercials. I I swear there is a new one every week. Where did she find the time to create a clothing line? When I see Jennifer Hudson, I don't necessarily think Oh, I can't wait until she does a clothing line. When asked about the QVC collection, Jennifer had this to say, "comfortable clothes that elongate the silhouette and flatter the figure."
She also expressed what her main focus was when doing this clothing line, "I feel like I represent every woman. I’ve been on both sides of the fence. I’ve been a big girl and now whatever this is, the average size, whatever you want to call it. But I wanted the clothes to be where any girl could wear it — no matter what size you are — and you could feel comfortable in it.”
The QVC collection will consist of 14 pieces ranging from coats and skirts to leggings. Prices will range from $50-$170. The collection is set to air on QVC on September 10th.
Jennifer Hudson is one of those celebs whose style is hit or miss. You either like it or hate it. Judging by the models int he picture they are wearing styles that we have seen Jennifer in. I guess the question is, are you ready for a J-Hud clothing line?
More on the story on Glamour
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Narciso Rodriguez Headed to Kohls in Fall 2012
For those of you who love Narcisco Rodriguez get ready to get excited because he has partnered with Kohl's to do a capsule collection. Kohls is definitely trying to get that leg up on Target with this kind of designer partnership. Most recently, Kohls has started a program called "Design Nation, in which they select designers to create capsule collections inspired by a city of their choice. Narciso is the the first designer to release a collection under this program. He chose Istanbul for inspiration. The collection will be available this Fall in November and will consist of dresses, knits, outerwear, and tops all ranging from $30-$50.
When asked about this collection for Kohls, Rodriguez had this to say, “A designer’s mission is to dress as many people as possible,”
If only, their mission would include designing for plus sizes. I'm just saying.
Will you be hitting up Kohl's for a piece from this collection? Sound off in the comments.
More details about the collection on Fashionista