Actress Kate Hudson is the latest model for luxury brand Jimmy Choo. She models the fall 2015 collection so well. Very angelic and flirty. In her shoot she models, sandals, boots, ballerina flats and more. I own one pair of Jimmy Choo shoes, they are really comfortable, great investment. Check out an excerpt from her interview where she talks about her style, beauty tips, glam squad and more inside…
Describe the memories you have of your first pair of ‘grown up’ heels?
I must have been 12, and it was graduation. My mom didn’t let me wear heels back then, but I used to go in her closet and try hers on, of course. I wore a sundress that had a big skirt and it was white with little cherries on it. My mom bought me my first pair of high heels that day; they must have only been an inch or so. They were bright red and she gave them to me all wrapped up. I was so happy! So my first pair of heels were bright red pumps, which I couldn’t have been more excited about.
Describe your style and any eras, icons or influences you have?
I would say that my style sort of depends on my mood, but comfort is definitely the common denominator, which means a lot of pieces that are flowy and light. I’ve always been attracted to the ‘70s – sexy, with a lot of freedom in the overall aesthetic. My fashion icons are Julie Christie, Anita Pallenberg, Kate Moss and Cher.
What are your best beauty tips?
My mom’s makeup artist for years, Tom Case could have four items and would make the most beautiful face. He was a master at contouring and I remember studying him while he would do my mom’s make-up. That is where I learned to highlight and shadow. I think the thing about beauty tips is that it is different for everybody. How one person highlights their face isn’t always how another person should because we have different bone structures. Inside eye liner for natural makeup is another one. If you put eyeliner on the inside top as well as bottom it really opens your eyes up and make them pop.
How do you and your Glam Squad decide what to wear to red carpet events?
I work with a lot of the same people and everyone’s opinion matters. It is usually a hard choice between two, typically totally different directions. We all weigh in and then really just talk about it. Sometimes it sort of works itself out and sometimes we just play. Putting the hair up, leaving it down, it is like playing dress up, figuring out what makes sense for this look and for you as a person. And it has to feel comfortable, that’s key for me.
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