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FableticsFabletics, actor Kate Hudson’s fitness fashion line created in partnership with shopping site JustFab, officially launched on October 1.

Hudson’s foray into activewear isn’t that surprising, given the crazy abs she showed off as a dance instructor on Glee last season. She reportedly does a lot of Pilates, and will also hit spin and yoga classes regularly.

“The most exciting part about co-founding this line is creating looks and pieces for every woman and every body type; things women can feel good in all day,” Hudson said in a press release.

Fabletics’ pieces, all under $100, are sold via a shopping platform that suggests outfits for buyers based on a lifestyle quiz and by a membership, which leads to monthly discounts. (Or you can just buy a la carte.) Here, we snagged a few shots of Hudson modeling her favorite Fabletics looks… —Lisa Elaine Held

Photo: Doon Sports Bra ($15.95), Suva Run Short ($23.95), Ninety Six Windbreaker ($35.95)

 

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FableticsFabletics’ yoga collection includes tanks, tees, leggings, capris, and pants. Here, Hudson poses in the Lima Capri ($31.95) and the super strappy Vaasa Sports Bra ($19.95).

 

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FableticsThe Doon Sports Bra ($15.95) comes in pink, yellow, and orange heather variations, with color-blocked mesh panels and a racerback.

 

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FableticsAnd for post-Pilates brunch dates, Hudson rocks the Kingston Hoodie ($39.95), debuting in November.

 

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