Two Strong Women Demi Lovato and Kate Hudson Stand for Girls’ Right
Kate Hudson’s Fabletics launched the first limited-edition collaboration with Demi Lovato that support the United Nations Foundation’s Girl Up campaign. It will make a huge impact in the lives of girls around the world.
Not everyone know that lots of girls around the world are suffering. More than 140 million girls are not able to go to school. For instance, 35% of homeless people in San Francisco are girls. Kate Hudson’s Fabletics and Demi Lovato take actions by partnering with the United Nations Foundation’s Girl Up campaign to help them.
“Girls are powerful. When they’re educated, healthy, and safe, they transform their communities. When girls stand up for girls in need, they empower each other and transform our world.” — United Nations Foundation
The famous singer, song-writter, and actress Demi Lovato focuses more on Girl Up’s SchoolCycle initiative. SchoolCycle is trying to get more than 130 million girls into classrooms. They also work with UNFPA to give girls bikes along with spare parts and maintanance training so they can continue their education. Lovato spoke in publicity about her battles with addiction, eating disoders and self-harm issues which help the brand spread its message of inclusion and body positivity.
“A definitive voice for female empowerment and body positivity — especially for the younger generation — which is something we believe in very strongly at Fabletics.” — Hudson described Lovato
Demi Lovato’s limited edition line will be available to purchase in 21 Fabletics stores in the U.S with a range of sizes. The brand focuses on sport wear and being healthy.