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Kate Hudson is joining the likes Demi Moore, Heidi Klum, Katie Holmes and Naomi Watts, in her new deal, as the face of Ann Taylor.

Hudson says:

“I am thrilled to collaborate with Ann Taylor this spring.  I love fashion, and their new spring collection is so stylish and hip and colorful.  The new Ann Taylor is not afraid to be sexy and real.  The clothes are stylish and comfortable, easy and wearable. They really help you look and feel perfectly put together for any occasion.”

Senior vice president Kirstin Dykstra adds:

“While [Hudson] is most known as a beautiful and talented actress, she is also a devoted mother, daughter, sister and philanthropist who manages to do it all with a radiant smile, joie de vivre and effortless style. Kate is a dynamic woman who truly embodies the new Ann Taylor.”

The ads were shot by photographer Tom Munro for the spring collection, which will be available online and in stores in late February.

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