Celebrity Jennifer Hudson’s Personal Style & Personal Brand Are On Fire!
The Oscar and Golden Globe winning actress, Grammy Award winning recording artist, spokeswoman and clothing designer, Jennifer Hudson has accomplished iconic achievements since becoming an American Idol finalist in 2004.
The Color Purple begins previewed November 10 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. Opening night was December 10th. Tickets went on sale June 30 to members of the general public for the upcoming Broadway revival of Color Purple, starring Academy Award winner Hudson, Cynthia Erivo and Danielle Brooks.
We love the attention this starlet commands taking the stage in a series of sexy personal style choices. After appearing on American Idol, this top female brand consistently captures America’s attention. Hudson’s voice and personality are as strong as the powerhouse personal brand she builds. It is rewarding to see the dedication Hudson puts into her work and watching the resulting evolution of brand Hudson. Through a Weight Watcher’s endorsement, Hudson publicly worked hard to sculpt a head turning, conversation starting, new and improved hour-glass figure. The Weight Watcher’s partnership has dissolved, but Hudson reveal having lost over 80 pounds while on the program. Yes, Jennifer has earned the right to rock whatever she chooses. She is looking absolutely fit and fab. We’ve all marveled at how the Jennifer’s body has transformed. Her healthier lifestyle choices inspire other women to follow her lead.
In recent years, the celebrity style icon’s personal style oozes an edgier, sexier more revealing look.
Jennifer Hudson is both inspirational and contagious to brandistas. Jennifer’s new look is a part of her evolving brand. With the demands of keeping up with her super busy singing career, acting and producing her own line of clothes, we know she will continue to make commit to her great health choices.
It is racy and commanding, depicting an unspoken sense of heightened confidence.
In talking about her line, The Jennifer Hudson Collection with QVC, she says, “I feel like I represent every woman. I’ve been on both sides of the fence. I’ve been a big girl and now whatever this is, the average size, whatever you want to call it. But I wanted the clothes to be where any girl could wear it — no matter what size you are — and you could feel comfortable in it.” We agree with the brandista, and admire the confidence she exudes in embracing sexier style choices.