Kate Hudson Designs Athletic Gear, Anna Wintour Endorses Hillary Clinton, and More!

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After designing her first-ever collection for Ann Taylor this year, Kate Hudson is getting back in the fashion game with a line of athletic gear for subscription e-commerce site JustFab. The lineup, which includes workout-ready tops, bottoms, jackets and accessories, is set to launch this October. “Sometimes you just don’t have time to change, but you still want to look cute, whether you’re taking a yoga class, running errands or meeting up with friends before you pick the kids up from school," Hudson said of the venture. [WWD]

It looks like Anna Wintour and Hillary Clinton have buried the hatchet. Wintour — who called the then-senator "mannish" when she backed out of a 2008 Vogue cover story — officially endorsed Clinton this week at the gala opening of an exhibition of Oscar de la Renta's work at the Clinton presidential center. "It's anyone's guess what the next chapter will be for this extraordinary woman," the Vogue editor said. "I can only hope that all of you here in Little Rock will be celebrating her come November 2016." [AP]

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Basketball star Amare Stoudemire on why he had Lanvin make him a red suit for his wedding: "Red is an elaborate, regal color. The whole thing with this wedding is royalty. I want to make sure that my family, [my fiancée’s] family, feels like royalty. If you get a glimpse at the wedding, you’ll see that it’s really a prestige-type event. It’s the type of event that will allow me to wear a red suit." He looked pretty amazing. [T]

Robyn Lawley, the plus-size model who has been a face of Ralph Lauren, launched a super cute swimsuit collection in sizes 8 through 18. It's available for pre-order on Madison Plus Select’s website. [HuffPo Style]

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Willie Nelson, 80, works some serious braids in John Varvatos's latest ads. [The Cut]
Sure, plenty of designers have created Cinderella-insired shoes. But Maison Martin Margiela's are made of actual glass. Maybe don't wear these on the street? [SheFinds]
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