Cher blasts Kate Hudson’s Fabletics company
Cher has hit out at Kate Hudson.
The 70-year-old singer recently used the actress’ company Fabletics, an online subscription retailer which sells women’s sportswear and accessories, for the first time and took to Twitter to share her unhappy experience.
She wrote: "Made mistake of going2 Fabletics. What a pain in the ass.won’t even let u see anything Till u give them ur 1st born‼️Felt I Was Being Conned (sic)."
Cher was not impressed by having to sign up to join the site and fill out a lengthy questionnaire before being able to browse the items.
Kate is a co-founder of Fabletics and has been widely praised for the company, even winning Entrepreneur of the Year at the 2015 Glamour Women of the Year awards but previously revealed it has taken time for her to feel like she deserves to win awards.
Kate said: "I don’t think you ever feel like you deserve [awards], but I listened to an amazing feminist who said a lot of women feel they don’t deserve the positions they’re in – and they should stop feeling that way.
"I try to look at it as an opportunity to represent something."
The company is a family affair as Kate signed up her brother Oliver Hudson to be the face of Fabletics’ line of athletic wear for men FL2.
Kate felt her brother was the perfect candidate to shape the fashion line around because he encapsulates the busy modern man.
The actress said: "We designed FL2 with the modern man in mind. My brother, Oliver, was my go-to for style and function feedback. As an athlete and father of three, Oliver embodies the man we’re designing for; it made perfect sense for him to be the face of the brand."