Boss babe alert! On Thursday, March 29, Kate Hudson took to Instagram to share a very special new venture with fans. “Announcing my first-ever ready-to-wear line called HappyXNature. We’re almost ready,” the actress, 39, wrote, adding, “Striving to make you and nature happy. Hope you love it!”
We know what you might be thinking, “Great, another celebrity fashion brand I can’t afford!” However, based on Kate’s adorable designs, it looks as though the items will not only be moderately priced, but also durable — including well-made jean jackets, sturdy boots and timeless blouses.
While the proud mama-of-three has yet to give any information about an official launch date, fans are already excited to spend their hard-earned dollars. “Beautiful fabrics!! Are these going to be available in stores or only online?” one user asked. Kate, being the absolute sweetheart she is, immediately replied, “Both! We are launching soon. If you sign up online we will keep you posted on all of this.”
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ANNOUNCING my first ever ready-to-wear line called HAPPY X NATURE! ☀️ We’re almost ready! Get your sneak peek @happyxnatureofficial (sign up at happyxnature.com LINK IN BIO) Striving to make you and nature happy 🍃 Hope you love it! #comingsoon #HxN #happyxnature #happybynature
“Yes! You hooked us up with Fabletics and now this?! I cannot wait,” added another, referring to Kate’s wildly successful athleisure line. ICYMI: Fabletics offers high-quality activewear at a reasonable price point. You hear that, Lululemon? It is possible! $200 leggings? Forget about it.
The brand is so popular, in fact, that A-listers like Demi Lovato, Kelly Rowland and Sofia Richie have all worked with, worn and promoted Fabletics. Not a bad group of ladies to have on your side, huh? We are definitely excited to see everything HappyXNature has to offer. Now, we don’t want to jump the gun here, but given the number of floral prints available, we suspect the launch will be happening as soon as April. Forget spring cleaning and focus on your spring wardrobe.
Sure, Miranda Priestly isn’t a fan of florals in spring, but we sure are!