Maddie Ziegler has launched her debut make-up collaboration with Morphe.The So You Think You Can Dance judge, and star of Sia’s music videos, has teamed up with the cult make-up brand for the Morphe x Maddie Ziegler Imagination Collection. Maddie, 17, …
Maddie Ziegler has launched her debut make-up collaboration with Morphe.
The So You Think You Can Dance judge, and star of Sia’s music videos, has teamed up with the cult make-up brand for the Morphe x Maddie Ziegler Imagination Collection.
Maddie, 17, has created a kaleidoscope-inspired series of products, including 20 shades of eyeshadow for the Imagination Artistry Palette, three multi-use Lip & Cheek Kits, and the luminous Dew Bomb Face Gloss Stick.
The teenager is a self-confessed make-up obsessive, and her first-ever cosmetics collection reflects her passions, as she’s even debuted her illustration skills by designing the front of the eyeshadow palette.
Maddie’s on the go beauty essential, the Dew Bomb Face Gloss Stick, $15/£12, is described as the “dewiest highlight ever”, while her Lip & Cheek Kits, $23/£18, feature a lightweight Wondertint creme blush, alongside an ultra-luscious Glaze Dreams gloss, which is available in three colourways.
The former Dance Moms star spoke to Glamour U.K. about the collaboration, and said she’s been desperate to create her own cosmetics since she was a little girl.
“I already had so many ideas myself so when Morphe reached out it all just fell right into place. I’ve been such a fan of Morphe for so long so I couldn’t have been more honoured to create a collection with them,” she gushed.
The Morphe x Maddie Ziegler Imagination Collection launches on uk.morphe.com on 25 June.
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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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Maddie Ziegler has been welcomed into the Fabletics family after co-designing a new line for Kate Hudson’s sporty brand.Dropping on Friday, the Maddie X Fabletics collection features leggings and T-shirts, and the Dance Moms star happily models some of…
Maddie Ziegler has been welcomed into the Fabletics family after co-designing a new line for Kate Hudson’s sporty brand.
Dropping on Friday, the Maddie X Fabletics collection features leggings and T-shirts, and the Dance Moms star happily models some of her designs in a campaign video, which she uploaded to her 13 million followers.
Decked out in pink leggings and a grey T-shirt tied up at the back, the 16-year-old shows off her moves in the promo clip.
She follows in the footsteps of Demi Lovato, Kelly Rowland and Kate’s mother Goldie Hawn in teaming up with the activewear label.
The official Fabletics account also shared the news, writing “#MaddieXFabletics available June 7 @maddieziegler,” next to a second video of the dancer.
Maddie rose to fame as a child on Lifetime’s reality show Dance Moms but became a global star after Australian singer Sia began working with her in 2014, casting her in a string of her music videos, including Chandelier, Elastic Heart and Big Girls Cry.
In recent years, the teenager has moved into acting, landing parts in The Book of Henry and animated flick Ballerina, as well as the upcoming West Side Story remake and Sia’s big screen directorial debut, Music, which also stars Kate.
In a previous chat with Cosmopolitan, Kate revealed how close she and Sia had become during filming.
“Working with Sia on a special project and knowing that no matter what, I will always have a lifelong friend in her,” she gushed.
Music, which also stars Leslie Odom Jr. and Hector Elizondo, is due out later this year.
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