Kate Hudson recently attended the launching of a worldwide campaign that had been organized by the Council of Fashion Designers of America and her company, Fabletics, to support Fashion Breast Cancer (FTBC). The event was hosted at a Fabletics store that is located at Del Amo Fashion Centre Mall in the Torrance, California. Kate revealed the baby pink and bright blue collection that will be sold to facilitate the activities of the FTBC. She believes that this move will help in creating breast cancer awareness. The partnership between the two firms mainly involves that launching FTBC-branded capsule collection that will be sold in October, which is the month of breast cancer awareness. The new fashion line will have three two-piece clothes that have FTBC brand colors. They include a sports bra and high-waist leggings, a tank and leggings, as well as a sports brand.
During the event, Kate Hudson said that the aim of the project was to create awareness about breast cancer and also the facilitate research to eliminate the deadly disease. All the profits that will be earned by selling the clothes will be dedicated to FTBC global. Individuals who are interested in acquiring the fashion products can visit Fabletics.com or any of the 22 certified Fabletics shops that are located across the country. Hudson said that shoppers would be able to select outfits that match their preference. She believes that people are motivated to buy products that they feel are meaningful to them. Fabletics has always focused on health and supporting the community. Breast cancer affects millions of women across the world, and this makes its partnership useful.
The fashion products that Fabletics sells are needed by women on a daily basis. The company tries news designs and ideas every month and waits to hear the response from the clients. This has made it famous since individuals can access stylish and trendy products. The fashion company was founded in 2013 by Adam Goldenberg, Don Ressler, and Kate Hudson. They established the business after noticing that the activewear sector had a gap. The industry had several luxurious brands that failed to offer stylish products at a pocket-friendly price. Adam Goldenberg has been a successful entrepreneur since he was 15 years old. His debut venture was a company that was known as Gaming Alliance. Don Ressler has also been in business for decades and has worked with Goldenberg in establishing different successful firms.