Kevin Hart has been tapped as the face of Fabletics’ first activewear collection for men.The Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle actor is to front the upcoming campaign for Fabletics Men, with the new line designed to “cater to guys that the older performan…
Kevin Hart has been tapped as the face of Fabletics’ first activewear collection for men.
The Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle actor is to front the upcoming campaign for Fabletics Men, with the new line designed to “cater to guys that the older performance brands have left behind”.
“The activewear space wants to intimidate. To get you to spend way too much cash on complicated tech you don’t need. On overpriced labels. On streetwear that tries too hard to be cool,” the 40-year-old said. “But at Fabletics Men? We’re going to give you exactly what you want at a price that won’t scare the hell out of you.”
The new Fabletics Men collection includes high-performance activewear tops and bottoms, as well as athleisure items like trousers, hoodies, joggers, and crewneck sweatshirts.
Items are to go on sale online at the end of April, with 20 per cent of net proceeds set to be donated to the Heart to Heart International charity in support of coronavirus relief efforts.
And TechStyle co-chief executive officer and co-founder Don Ressler is thrilled to have Hart onboard at the label.
“Kevin called out the problem: a lot of older performance labels pressure you to be something you’re not. Fabletics Men works 24-7 to provide gear that works for the wearer – not the other way around,” he added.
Fabletics was co-founded by Kate Hudson in 2013. Other celebrities to collaborate on collections include Demi Lovato, Kelly Rowland, and Maddie Ziegler.
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Demi Lovato is donating $125,000 (£101,000) from her new Fabletics collection to frontline workers during the Covid-19 crisis.The Skycraper singer revealed the news on Instagram on Tuesday, and told her 79 million followers that she originally toyed w…
Demi Lovato is donating $125,000 (£101,000) from her new Fabletics collection to frontline workers during the Covid-19 crisis.
The Skycraper singer revealed the news on Instagram on Tuesday, and told her 79 million followers that she originally toyed with the idea of scrapping the new collection, which is set to be unveiled on Thursday.
“I’ve really been going back and forth on if this was the right time… but decided this is a time to provide inspiration for my fans at home and to help those in need,” Demi wrote in the caption, alongside a picture of her official statement. “$5 for every item sold will provide crucial gear to frontline workers, pledging up to $125,000 now through June 30 supporting the Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization, powered by the United Nations Foundation. #Demi4Fabletics is coming 04/02/20.”
The Sorry Not Sorry hitmaker first collaborated with the sportswear brand, co-founded by actress Kate Hudson, in 2017.
In the accompanying statement, Demi said she had been “reflecting” on the decision to launch for a few days, but decided that now was the time to “inspire others” with the workout gear, that she hoped would help women “channel your inner strength”.
“In addition to lifting those up in need right now, it’s so important for us all to feel empowered, invincible and strong from the inside out. My collection is designed to do just that – uplifting you with bold colours and amazing contouring for the biggest confidence boost,” the 27-year-old noted. “I hope you’ll join me on our journey to project positivity, build inner strength and boost each other up! This is our chance to help the people in our community who need it most during the extraordinary time.”
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Miley Cyrus didn’t wear shorts or bikinis for years after her infamous performance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards because she was hurt by the memes about her appearance.The Wrecking Ball singer hit the stage wearing a fuzzy grey bodysuit and then s…
Miley Cyrus didn’t wear shorts or bikinis for years after her infamous performance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards because she was hurt by the memes about her appearance.
The Wrecking Ball singer hit the stage wearing a fuzzy grey bodysuit and then stripped it off to reveal nude Latex underwear ahead of her raunchy duet with Robin Thicke, which hit headlines worldwide.
Following the controversial show, trolls shared images of Miley’s bottom in the nude pants alongside pictures of a plucked turkey or chicken, and speaking to Demi Lovato on her IGTV show Bright Minded: Live with Miley, the 27-year-old admitted the memes made her stop wearing bikinis and shorts.
“I basically went through two or three years where I wouldn’t wear shorts. I stopped wearing skirts on stage, all this s**t, because after the VMAs and I had on my cute new bodysuit, everyone started comparing me to a turkey,” she explained. “I was like just so skinny and so pasty and they kept putting me next to this turkey, and I was feeling so bad about myself that I did not wear a bikini for like two years.
“No one thought that that would’ve ever made me feel some type of way… It was just really, really hurtful to be so body-shamed like that. And it really affected me in my personal life.”
Miley also confessed she felt like a “fraud” for presenting herself as super confident to the public when she was really insecure on the inside.
“What was so hard about it was my brand has always been about being so unapologetically myself and being confident, and the worst thing that I would feel like I would be to my fans would be lying or a fraud,” she shared. “I felt like having this persona of being the most confident girl on the planet was actually kind of fraud because I was so insecure on the inside that in my personal life I wasn’t even wearing bathing suits and shorts. And when I was wearing like my little leotards and things, I had on f**king four pairs of tights because I was so insecure.”
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Demi Lovato is determined to continue representing a “normal” body type in the media.The Skyscraper singer, who struggled with eating disorders and negative self-image in the early days of her career, has been focused on maintaining a healthy weight an…
Demi Lovato is determined to continue representing a “normal” body type in the media.
The Skyscraper singer, who struggled with eating disorders and negative self-image in the early days of her career, has been focused on maintaining a healthy weight and perspective in recent months.
Reflecting on how her battles were amplified by the pressures to appear thin as a young singer and actress during a chat with Miley Cyrus for her IGTV show Bright Minded: Live with Miley on Tuesday, Demi shared that her advocacy of body positivity has given her real purpose in life.
“My whole purpose in coming clean with everything that I’ve been through is so that it will help someone,” she commented. “I remember being 12 years old and my body started changing, and I didn’t have anybody (to look at) in young Hollywood at that time that had a normal body, it was just stick figures because that was what was in style. I made a vow to myself that when I get older I wanna represent what I didn’t have. I want to be that for somebody.”
Demi then went on to discuss the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world. With many people now opting to self-isolate or work from home, the star urged those feeling particularly vulnerable to be “gentle” on themselves.
“I think it’s so important for anybody that has dealt with body image (issues) that right now when we’re home with our mirrors and things like that, it’s so important to not get consumed in negative self-talk,” the 27-year-old added. “This goes for everybody. We’re confined into these spaces, with the same mirrors, the same negative thoughts. It’s important not to beat ourselves up over getting nervous or not eating perfectly or working out perfectly. These are different, very scary times. We’ve never been through this. It’s OK, be gentle with yourself as much as possible.”
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Demi Lovato has taken to social media to share an empowering make-up-free selfie.The 27-year-old posted the fresh-faced snap on Instagram on Monday and told her 77 million followers she wanted to show them what she looked like the majority of the time….
Demi Lovato has taken to social media to share an empowering make-up-free selfie.
The 27-year-old posted the fresh-faced snap on Instagram on Monday and told her 77 million followers she wanted to show them what she looked like the majority of the time.
“Haven’t done a #NoMakeupMonday in yearssss but I figured after posting so many glamorous pics with tons of makeup and hairpieces, it’s important to show myself underneath it all (sic),” Demi wrote in the caption. “This is what I look like 85-90 per cent of the time. Proud of my freckles, proud of booty chin and proud of myself for loving and accepting myself the way I am.”
Scooter Braun, Sarah Paulson, and Vanessa Hudgens were among those who left supportive comments on the image, along with singer Normani who simply wrote: “Beauty.”
The Skyscraper hitmaker’s powerful post comes after she candidly confessed to struggling with an exercise addiction, which she believes led to her near-fatal overdose in 2018.
“There were times I lived at the gym. I’d eat a meal, go work out. And that’s not happiness to me. That’s not freedom,” Demi told model Ashley Graham during an interview for her Pretty Big Deal podcast. “I was just running myself into the ground, and I honestly think that that’s kind of what led to everything happening over the past year.
“It was just me thinking I found recovery when I didn’t, and then living this kind of lie and trying to tell the world I was happy with myself when I really wasn’t.”
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Demi Lovato has revealed the powerful meaning behind her new angelic tattoo.The singer took a break from Instagram and Twitter ahead of her performances at the Grammy Awards and Super Bowl, but now, she’s returned to tell her fans and followers about t…
Demi Lovato has revealed the powerful meaning behind her new angelic tattoo.
The singer took a break from Instagram and Twitter ahead of her performances at the Grammy Awards and Super Bowl, but now, she’s returned to tell her fans and followers about the body art, which features doves carrying a fallen angel.
Demi recruited Los Angeles-based tattoo artist Alessandro Capozzi to create the design, which took eight hours to complete at the end of last year.
“Getting tatted by him was an experience I’ve never had before…,” the 27-year-old wrote. “No idea what I was going to get done, I told him about my life and where I was at in that moment and we created a combination on images that best symbolized the spiritual awakening I was having.
“Having a fallen angel being lifted by three, pure, angelic doves (the Holy Trinity) as her inner light is being guided by a higher consciousness, and the disintegration of her dark wings was representing the darkness I was shedding (sic).”
Demi also gushed about Alessandro, calling him “extremely talented” and adding: “Thank you for this special experience… the only bummer is I can’t physically see this amazing artwork because it’s on my back! Haha.”
Meanwhile, the star also thanked her manager, Scooter Braun, for introducing her to the tattoo artist.
Demi recently released Anyone, the cry-for-help song she recorded days before her 2018 drug overdose, after performing it at the Grammys last month.
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Donatella Versace was thrilled to dress a number of stars for the 2020 Grammy Awards on Sunday night.Following the ceremony held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, the Italian designer, who oversees the Versace fashion house, took to Instagram to sh…
Donatella Versace was thrilled to dress a number of stars for the 2020 Grammy Awards on Sunday night.
Following the ceremony held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, the Italian designer, who oversees the Versace fashion house, took to Instagram to share images of the celebrities her team had outfitted for the annual music bash.
Alongside a snap of Lil Nas X in a hot pink suit and matching cowboy hat, she wrote, “Breathtaking @lilnasx … such a look!! Love it!!” while beside a picture of Lizzo rocking an Old Hollywood-inspired strapless white gown, the fashion star praised: “Such a #RedCarpet dream… Perfection! Lizzo!”
Elsewhere, members of the Versace atelier made the black ballgown sported by Camila Cabello for her red carpet entrance, as well as the lilac dress she wore to perform First Man during the show, and the sexy canary yellow number she slipped into later on.
Other designers to make outfits for multiple artists included Christian Siriano, who dreamed up glamorous looks for the likes of Shania Twain, Best New Artist nominee YOLA, Lizzo, and Demi Lovato.
“Demi, it was an honour to create for you tonight and WOW that was unbelievable! Love you!” he captioned a picture of the singer sporting a white ballgown while performing her new song Anyone.
Other standout looks on the night included the white beaded Ralph & Russo dress donned by Priyanka Chopra, the monogrammed Gucci number sported by multiple Grammy Award winner Billie Eilish, and the Cinderella-esque Giambattista Valli dress rocked by Ariana Grande as she made her red carpet entrance.
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Demi Lovato has marked the holiday season by getting some new body art.The singer collaborated with tattoo artist Alessandro Capozzi on Monday to design a fallen angel being lifted up by doves, which is meant to represent “a rebirth of spirit”. “We cre…
Demi Lovato has marked the holiday season by getting some new body art.
The singer collaborated with tattoo artist Alessandro Capozzi on Monday to design a fallen angel being lifted up by doves, which is meant to represent “a rebirth of spirit”.
“We created this piece together to represent a rebirth of the spirit,” Capozzi wrote on Instagram, along with images of the detailed black-and-white design being etched onto Lovato’s back. “The dark wings represent the bad times, their fading away is how she moved forward. The light from within represents the inner strength necessary for the change and the doves, pulling her up, symbolise the reach of an higher state of consciousness (sic). Congratulations on your inspiring journey Demi, honoured to have represented this for you.”
In the comments, the 27-year-old praised Capozzi’s work by writing, “Thank you so much it’s incredible and you are so extremely talented.”
According to TMZ.com, Demi was introduced to the tattoo artist by her manager Scooter Braun at Ariana Grande’s concert the day before, and they spent eight hours working on the ink at his private studio in Los Angeles on Monday.
The artwork comes months after the Confident hitmaker celebrated a year of sobriety following her near-fatal overdose in the summer of 2018, six years after previously kicking her substance abuse habit.
This is the latest body art she has acquired to serve as a lasting reminder of her recovery. Earlier this month, Lovato turned to celebrity tattoo artist Dr. Woo to create a neck tattoo declaring herself a “survivor”. She also had the word “me” inked onto her left ring finger earlier this year, joining her “stay strong” mantra on her wrists, and her “now I’m a warrior” declaration on her back.
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Demi Lovato has declared herself a “survivor” with her new neck tattoo.The Confident hitmaker recently celebrated a year of sobriety following her near-fatal drug overdose in the summer of 2018, six years after previously beating her substance abuse de…
Demi Lovato has declared herself a “survivor” with her new neck tattoo.
The Confident hitmaker recently celebrated a year of sobriety following her near-fatal drug overdose in the summer of 2018, six years after previously beating her substance abuse demons.
She has now added a new piece of ink to her collection of body art to remember the issues she’s overcome. She turned to celebrity tattoo artist Dr. Woo to etch the word “survivor” in thin cursive script on the right side of her neck.
The tattooist shared an image of his work on Instagram with the caption, “On a real one @ddlovato,” accompanied by flexing muscle and praying emojis.
It’s not the first time the 27-year-old has got permanent reminder about the power of self-love. She got the word “me” inked onto her left ring finger earlier this year, joining her “stay strong” mantra on her wrists, and her “now I’m a warrior” declaration on her back.
She was also previously inked with the letter “T” in honour of her close friend, Thomas Trussell III, who passed away from a drug overdose in October.
“A T for Tommy. RIP you special angel. Love you forever @sirtruss,” Demi wrote at the time. “If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, please do not hesitate to ask for help.”
The pop star candidly reflected on her recovery following her 2018 health scare at the Teen Vogue Summit in Los Angeles in November.
“I see someone that has overcome a lot,” the Skyscraper hitmaker shared, admitting she would use the word “resilience” to describe how far she has come.
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Demi Lovato stayed away from the gym during October to help her embrace her natural body.The 27-year-old singer, who has been open about her battle with an eating disorder in the past, candidly confessed during the Teen Vogue Summit in Los Angeles on S…
Demi Lovato stayed away from the gym during October to help her embrace her natural body.
The 27-year-old singer, who has been open about her battle with an eating disorder in the past, candidly confessed during the Teen Vogue Summit in Los Angeles on Saturday that she had been hitting the gym so hard and so often that it was “unhealthy”. Accordingly, she decided to take the last month off in order to help her accept her shape.
“Whenever I was in the gym over the past couple years, I was doing it to a very unhealthy extreme. I think that’s what led me down a darker path,” she admitted. “For me, embracing my body the way that it is naturally was the reason why I took the month of October off from the gym.”
The talk marked the first public event Demi had attended since she hospitalised in July 2018 following a drug overdose, and she assured fans she was working on her return to acting and music and was learning to “be okay” with her appearance.
“I don’t always feel positive about my body. Sometimes I look in the mirror and I’m like, ‘Oh I do not like what I see.’ But in those moments, I don’t sit there and dwell on it. I also don’t lie to myself,” the star said. “I used to look in the mirror and I used to be like, ‘I love my body. You’re beautifully and wonderfully made.’ But the thing was, I didn’t believe it so then I just would resent it. And every time I would say it, I would be like, ‘You’re lying to yourself.'”
Over the past six to nine months, the Cool for the Summer singer has learned to focus on her health rather than her looks.
“I don’t have to lie to myself and tell myself that I have this amazing body. It’s like, if I don’t feel it, I don’t have to say that. All I have to say is, ‘I’m healthy.’ In that statement, I express gratitude and I express I am grateful for my strength,” she continued.
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