Marking a full year as the face of Ann Taylor, Hudson continues to bring a fresh, new perspective to the iconic fashion brand that has resonated with existing and new Ann Taylor clients worldwide. The campaign will debut in late October and features Hudson wearing some of her favorite looks from the collection as well as some of her most coveted gifts for this holiday season.
"The holidays are so busy, it's nice to see that Ann Taylor has designed a collection that can go from day to night so easily," Hudson says. "The jewelry is strong yet sexy, and has just the right bit of sparkle. It's perfect for holiday gifts and I just love the faux fur cardigan."
All items featured in the Holiday 2012 campaign will be available starting this week at Ann Taylor stores nationwide and on www.anntaylor.com. In celebration of Kate and the holiday collection, all Ann Taylor stores nationwide, will be booking appointments for personal styling sessions and refreshments from Thursday, October 25 - Sunday, October 28. In addition, one lucky shopper from each of Ann Taylor's 277 stores will win a head-to-toe Ann Taylor look for the season.
Founded in 1954, Ann Taylor's rich heritage has always been synonymous with iconic style and fashion for modern working women.
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