Fashion sensation! Hungarian Nanushka collection worn by the world-famous Hollywood siblings, Kate and Oliver Hudson
Can you guess which Hollywood brother and sister joined the group of Nanushka fans?! The world-famous Hudsons! Kate Hudson and her brother Oliver Hudson posted some fantastic photos, showing how well the collection of the Hungarian fashion brand fit them.
One year after opening its first store in New York, the Hungarian fashion brand Nanushka has gained such a great fame that several Hollywood stars have chosen their dresses. Previously, Emma Watson and Jennifer Lawrence chose the clothes of the Hungarian brand for a photoshoot; furthermore, the list has now expanded with the world-famous Hollywood actress, Kate Hudson and his brother, Oliver Hudson, who stood in front of the cameras together. The siblings on the front page of Health magazine are in better shape than ever;
and what is an even greater sensation for us is that the Hollywood siblings wear clothes designed by the Hungarian fashion company, Nanushka.
As the Hungarian news portal Borsonline reports, on the amazing photos, Kate wears snake-patterned jacquard pants with a matching top. At the same time, her brother chose garments from the 2020 Fall-Winter collection that contain recycled material.
The amazing photos have been shared on Kate’s Instagram, followed by twelve million fans;
thanks to which the Hungarian fashion brand will probably reach an even greater audience not only in the US but all over the world.
If you would like to discover the Budapest flagship store of the fashion brand, you do not have to go further than the 5th district of Budapest (Bécsi street 3.) where Nanushka Budapest Store & Café welcomes the interested customers, in strict compliance with safety regulations.
Besides Nanushka, the world-famous Hollywood siblings have a further tie to Hungary. As we reported earlier, the Hudsons’ mom, the brilliant Hollywood actress Goldie Hawn has Hungarian roots, as her mother Laura Steinhoff was born in Hungary and emigrated to the USA before the Second World War.