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What you need to know about Fabletics’ first collab ever—with Demi Lovato

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Photo: Demi Lovato for Fabletics

Demi Lovato and Kate Hudson already have a lot in common: They’re actresses (who have both guest-starred on Glee, oddly enough), they’re fitness junkies (Hudson is all about PlyoJam and Lovato loves boxing), and they can dish out seriously amazing advice—on everything from eliminating acne for good to overcoming drug, alcohol, and mental health issues.

And now, the mega-celebs are even getting in sync, style-wise—with Lovato teaming with Fabletics, Hudson’s fitness fashion brand, on a capsule collection. The Demi Lovato for Fabletics Collection is the first collaboration ever for the company, and all the pieces are inspired by Lovato’s mission and music—so think fierce, flattering, confidence-boosting, and a little edgy.


All the pieces are inspired by Lovato’s mission and music—so think fierce, flattering, confidence-boosting, and a little edgy.

“When we first met, I remember being so impressed by how intelligent, accomplished, and confident Demi was, even at such a young age. I loved her spirit, her honesty, and how she was open to showing vulnerability, because that shows so much strength,” Hudson said in a press release. “She’s a definitive voice for female empowerment and body positivity—especially for the younger generation.”

The limited-edition line (in sizes XXS through 3X) will launch this month with an assortment of tops and leggings, and in August, a full performance collection will debut—including bras, jackets, and layering pieces.

Plus, it’s all part of Fabletics’ partnership with Girl Up, the United Nations Foundation’s “by girls, for girls” campaign that aims to empower them as a force for change in the world—a major bonus for Lovato, who says, “Being involved in the creative design process while being able to have a daily impact on young girls’ lives around the world is so rewarding to me.”

Girl power, super-soft leggings, and a killer collab? If Lovato’s design skills are as badass as her no-BS approach to mental health, we’re intrigued.

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