Kate Hudson: Fashion My Way
"I was walking out of the house and realized the dress was see-through. I said, 'You Know what? I feel fine.'"
In VERSACE at The Skeleton Key premiere in Universal City, Calif.
"It was the first time I got dressed up for anything. I liked that the dress was young and didn't seem" over-the-top. My hair was so long because I had these extensions for a photo shoot and I didn't know how to take them out."
In PAMELA DENNIS at Vanity Fair's post-Oscar party
"I have small breasts, obviously. It's nice to be able to wear a plunging neckline and have it be elegant. Be careful when you drop something."
In VERSACE at the Golden Globes
"It was really hard to find dresses at that point. But that felt really good. It's nice to have some air on your tummy."
At four months pregnant in CHANEL for the Venice Film Festival
Within five months of giving birth to son Ryder, now 19 months, "I had to lose a lot of weight. It wasn't easy. But it was fun to have boobs."
In VERSACE at the Raising Helen premiere in L.A.
"It was such a fun dress. I loved the pleats. I'm a big believer in wearing what makes you happy."
In ROBERTO CAVALLI at The Skeleton Key premiere in London
"This is one of my favorite dresses I have ever worn. The style of it epitomizes what I love in clothes. It felt like a nightgown. I could have slept in it."
In VALENTINO at the Golden Globes
UGGs? Ugh! Though Hudson helped launch UGG mania in 2003, she has officially given them the boot. "Since I was a kid in Aspen, I have always had them. But after you've been on billboards for a movie with UGGs on, it is time to retire them. I have thrown them out of my closet."
A free-spirited family (in '04): Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell have been partners since 1983; Hudson and Robinson wed in 2000.
Michelle Tan. Rebecca Paley in New York City
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