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Ann Taylor taps Kate Hudson for exclusive LBD Collection

NEW YORK, March 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Perhaps the most iconic piece of clothing a woman can own, the little black dress may be the most essential item in a woman's closet. This spring, Ann Taylor and Kate Hudson team up to celebrate the ubiquitous LBD with a capsule collection designed by Kate Hudson.

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The Kate Hudson LBD collection premieres this April with five limited edition little black dresses designed in partnership with Ann Taylor creative director, Lisa Axelson, each highlighting Kate's personality and lifestyle.

"I loved working with Lisa Axelson and the design team on these little black dresses," said Hudson. "We designed them to fit how we all live—so there's something for every occasion and everyone."

About the Collection

THE ROMANTIC - A soft silhouette with a bit of flounce, representing Kate's spirit, the short and flirty number is cast in a sheer micro-dot fabric trimmed with faux leather for a bit of edge.

CAMERA READY - A super-sexy fit, detailed with cut-outs and sculpted seams, this number is an effortless way to turn every moment into a photo opp.

LONDON LOVE - A sleek dress with revealing sheer insets and a slight fishtail hem, it blends sexy and structure into one statement piece.

BEST ACTRESS - A dramatic off-the-shoulder, floor length column dress with an asymmetric cut that hugs the body, this is the modern-meets-laid-back-meets-super-sexy version of red carpet style. 

THE LATE NIGHTER - Emulating another side of Kate's personality, this made-for-her piece is a bit rock 'n roll with an open back, with touches of lace for fun and flirt.

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About Ann Taylor

Founded in 1954, Ann Taylor's rich heritage has always been synonymous with iconic style and fashion for modern working women. Having evolved throughout the decades to meet women's changing needs, aspirations and roles, today Ann Taylor is defined by a unique balance of fashion and work for women of substance and style across every generation. The Ann Taylor brand has become a favorite style destination for modern women, attracting some of the world's most celebrated style icons as its biggest fans, including United States First Lady Michelle Obama, Kate Hudson, Angelina Jolie, Diane Kruger, Halle Berry, Jessica Alba and many more. As of February 2, 2014 Ann Taylor operated 268 stores across the United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and Canada, as well as an e-commerce website at www.anntaylor.com. Ann Taylor is a division of ANN INC. (NYSE: ANN).

Kate Hudson Presents the LBD Collection Exclusively for Ann Taylor

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