Kate Hudson's athletics store is coming to MOA this spring


A new fashion athletic wear store is coming to the Mall of America this spring.

The mall announced this week that Fabletics – which is co-founded by actress Kate Hudson – will open a 2,000 square-foot store. It will be located on the first level on the south side.


The company launched in 2013 and offers "fashion-forward activewear."

This will be Fabletics' seventh real store, the Consumerist reports. Prior to opening bricks-and-mortar shops last fall, the collection was only available online. Fabletics still features a subscription service, where customers who sign up get a new outfit each month.

The mega mall says outfits start at $49.95 for a top and bottom. And according to Mpls. St. Paul Magazine, the new store will carry Fabletics' new line for men – FL2.

Gregg Thortmann, the company's president of retail, says this MOA store will "offer a best-in-class shopping experience."

Hudson herself even commented on the opening saying she is "So excited" to bring the brand to the largest mall in America.

And if you want to meet with Hudson before the store debuts, stop by the mall's rotunda Feb. 21.

She'll be there to sign copies of her book, Pretty Happy: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body.

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