The entity which is the house that Heidi built is now giving us all a “run” for our money. With a newly launched collection of active wear for Lady Foot Locker, the super model super mogul has added yet another reason for us to honor her role in the fashion game. From maternity to fitness, the lifestyle branding opportunities for Heidi Klum are apparently infinite.
“I live an active lifestyle and love running around whether it’s outside on the streets of New York City or in the canyons with my dogs,” says Heidi Klum in a press release. ”I’ve created pieces in my collection that are functional and flattering with a fashionable twist. I want women to feel their best and look good in their clothes even when they are working up a sweat.”
This launch marks the third collaboration between Klum and New Balance and will feature items for any variety of workout regimens The line includes a cowl neck cover-up, cap sleeve tee, skinny tights and capri pants, as well as a racer back tank, shorts and hoody. The line will retail from $35-$95.
The line is currently available at select Lady Foot Locker stores. Visit www.LadyFootLocker.com for further information.
Due to scheduling conflicts, we’ll be missing the genuine mentorship designer Michael Kors spew season after season on Project Runway. After ten great seasons, he’ll be exiting the runway and making room for mentee designer Zac Posen.
“This was an amazing opportunity,” Posen told the San Francisco Chronicle. “I hope I’m here to give a new perspective to the designers.”
Kors will make a cameo during the season finale as a guest judge. Other guests making an appearance this season include Joan Rivers, Bette Midler and Project Runway past winner Christian Siriano.
This year we’ll be getting a different dose of the reality show. Contestants will be collaborating as teams instead of individuals.
“You can imagine the designers’ reactions when we first told them,” Klum, an executive producer, said, “but it resulted in some really interesting conflicts and partnerships. And that is how designers work in the real world – they do have to work on teams and manage teams – you get to understand their personalities more.”
We’re looking forward to an exciting show. Hopefully the designers sit well with the news of the changes.read more