Jennifer joins the ranks of Nicole Richie, the Kardashians, Rachel Zoe, Heidi Klum, Lisa Rinna, Joan Rivers and more with her QVC collaboration.
The 'American Idol' star will be returning to television as QVC's latest celebrity designer. Get your first look at her line, (and all the details on the collection!), right here!
Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson has decided to forge into fashion — and she will premiere with her latest collection of with QVC on Sept. 10! There's no one more deserving to be QVC's latest celeb designer than Jennifer herself and we couldn't be more excited to see the launch of her new line come to life! According to the Weight Watchers spokeswoman, she wants to feature a line not only for her former size 16 persona, but also for her new size 6 figure – and all the fans who fall in between. (Courtesy of QVC)
“I feel like I represent every woman,” Jennifer said. “I’ve been on both sides of the fence. I’ve been a big girl and now whatever that is, the average size, whatever you want to call it. But I wanted the clothes to be where any girl could wear it — no matter what size you are — and you could feel comfortable in it.” (Courtesy of QVC)
Everything that is in the glam world, I have a love for, especially makeup and clothing” she said. (Courtesy of QVC)
Hudson believes she could play a role in drawing in a more multicultural market for QVC. “I do think it will bring that in,” she said. “I’m looking forward to see that happen.” (Courtesy of QVC)
Jennifer has 14 items that can be dressed up or down and elongate the silhouette. She swears that every single piece is something she could wear herself. “It has to be true to me,” she said. “I would not sign off on it if I would not wear it.” (Courtesy of QVC)
She wants to design something for everyone. “For the average woman, we can tell them they can dress like an Oscar winner,” she said. “How about that?” (Courtesy of QVC)
After writing a bonus song called “Stand UP” for her first album Hudson plans to write her third album. “I’ve learned so much, and I feel I’ve grown a lot,” she said, having survived the brutal 2008 murders of her bother, bother and nephew. “I just want to show my growth as an artist and as a musician, not only as a vocalist but as a writer and everything else.” (Courtesy of QVC)
So be sure to tune in Sept. 10 if you want to scoop up an item from Jennifer's collection. Consisting of subtle earth tones and comfortable clothes that will flatter on any figure, the items range from $50-$170.(Courtesy of QVC)
Jennifer Hudson For QVC — Wanted To Design For 'Every Woman'