Khloe Kardashian Flaunts Toned Abs and Curvaceous Derriere in Blue Activewear for Fabletics Collaboration with Kate Hudson

By admin Sep9,2023

Khloe Kardashian shared new images from her Fabletics campaign on Friday morning.

‘Conquer your world in my new edit with @fabletics, launching today, #Fableticspartner #FableticsxKhloé,’ the caption read.

The reality TV diva, 39, is the new face of Fabletics which was co-founded by Almost Famous actress Kate Hudson whose mother is Goldie Hawn.

The company announced on Wednesday that the Keeping Up With The Kardashians veteran is posing for the brand.

It is the brand’s latest partnership. They called Khloe – who owns the brand Good American – an ‘entrepreneur, fitness enthusiast, and global star,’ in a press release.

Kardashian was seen in a new desert-inspired collection that will be available online and in-stores beginning Friday, September 8.

Oh K! Khloe Kardashian shared new images from her Fabletics campaign on Friday morning

Dreamy: 'Conquer your world in my new edit with @fabletics, launching today, #Fableticspartner #FableticsxKhloé,' the caption read

Her nails were long and off white as she had on a diamond necklace.

Koko was also seen in a black outfit and another colorful one.

The nine-piece edit was crafted with Khloe to ‘reflect her personal style and aesthetic,’ the company added.

‘The collection’s theme takes inspiration from Khloé’s perseverance and her mindful ability to overcome tough obstacles.

‘Each piece delivered on style, versatility, and comfort – allowing wearers to feel confident, fashionable, and powerful.

‘Made with Fabletics’ signature fabrics – like Motion365+ and Seamless – the edit includes sculpting bras and leggings that compliment form, to onesies with perforated side panels creative for style and breathability.

‘The collection’s color palette is rooted in desert landscapes and features warm tones like St. Tropez Coral, Palm Leaf, and Terracotta.

‘The entire edit is size-inclusive and prices range from $34.95 to $139.95.’

The look: The reality TV diva, 39, is the new face of Fabletics which was co-founded by Almost Famous actress Kate Hudson whose mother is Goldie Hawn

Buy bye: Kardashian was seen in a new desert-inspired collection that will be available online and in-stores beginning Friday, September 8

Fabletics was founded in July 2013 by Kate Hudson, Adam Goldenberg and Don Ressler.

Fabletics is a global, active lifestyle brand that sells both men’s and women’s sportswear, footwear and accessories, commonly referred to as ‘activewear.’

The company operates on a membership model and is known for its e-commerce business approach and also has over 85 brick-and-mortar stores.

This comes after she said her daughter inspires her to stick to her fitness regime.

The star has True, five, and 14-month-old son Tatum with basketball player Tristan Thompson and she wants her kids to see that both their parents are active and healthy, and that example is now inspiring True to try out various sports.

In an interview with Cosmopolitan, she said: “I love that my daughter sees that I’m active.

“She does a bunch of sports and extracurricular activities. She’s still learning and exploring what she is drawn to. And that’s all we should want for children.

All the looks: She also has designs in peach, black and army green

“I am a firm believer that kids should be kids and I want them to enjoy their youth and their innocence. She’s only five, so for her dancing in the house and running around outside is her ‘workout’ of choice right now.

“We don’t focus on food or working out in this house. We focus on being healthy and having fun. I just want [True] to be happy and enjoy what she does!”

After giving birth to her second child, Khloe – whose sisters Kim Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian are committed to fitness – didn’t put pressure on herself to get her pre-pregnancy figure back as quickly as possible, instead accepting that it is a fitness journey that takes months.

Khloe – who has a partnership with Fabletics – said: “I got back in slowly doing activities I enjoy and for short periods of time.

“I tried not to put pressure on myself to get back to where I was before. I would constantly remind myself that it took me about 10 months to gain the weight, so I wanted to give myself about 10 months or even longer to lose the weight.”

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