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Adam Levine launches women's clothing line at Kmart


UPI News Service, 04/09/2014 

Adam Levine has launched a new women's clothing line for Kmart.

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The line is the second collection the 35-year-old Maroon 5 frontman has designed for Kmart. "The Voice" coach had previously debuted a men's clothing line for the company in October.

The women's line is called the 2014 Adam Levine Spring and Summer Collection, and includes "floral adorned kimono tops, colorful twill shorts, crocheted bralettes and an assortment of denim."

The pieces range in price from $12.99 to $29.99 for apparel, and $6.99 and $29.99 for accessories.

"I always go back to the idea that style should be effortless," Levine says. "The best thing about designing a women's collection is that I was able to create pieces that I would like to see a woman wear."

"It's been a really cool process working," the singer continues. "To replicate that simple, yet sophisticated style for a woman."

The collection will be available at 500 Kmart locations nationwide and will also be sold on the Shop Your Way website.


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