Hilary is collectie met het Amerikaanse merk Carter’s zal morgen verschijnen! Voor het kledingmerk voor kinderen heeft ze een gelimiteerde collectie kleding ontwerpen voor de herfst 2022 en lente 2023. Van de collectie die Hilary Duff ♥ Carter’s heet zijn enkele nieuwe promotiefoto’s verschenen!

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Hilary siert de cover van de september 2022 editie van de Britse Woman’s Health, de 100ste editie van het blad. Naast een interview zijn er ook enkele nieuwe outtakes verschenen van de fotoshoot die Hilary had met het tijdschrift. Hiervan verschenen eerder dit jaar al outtakes toen ze in de Amerikaanse editie te zien was.

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http//: Daniella Midenge (Woman’s Health)
http//: september 2022: Woman’s Health (UK)

Ik heb een nieuwe outtake gevonden van Hilary fotoshoot voor het Amerikaanse merk Carter’s. In het najaar verschijnt Hilary’s eigen ontworpen collectie genaamd Hilary Duff ♥ Carter’s gaan heettten

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Hilary is benoemd tot de eerste chief mom officer van het Amerikaanse merk Carter’s. Voor het kledingmerk voor kinderen zal ze een gelimiteerde collectie kleding ontwerpen voor de herfst 2022 en lente 2023. De collectie zal Hilary Duff ♥ Carter’s gaan heettten

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Hilary Duff has been named the first chief mom officer of Carter’s Inc., the Atlanta-based childrenswear firm, in an effort to put her parenting expertise to work and reach Millennial parents. She will also be creative director and parent consultant for the brand, designing two limited-edition capsule collections for fall 2022 and spring 2023.

Carter’s, which dates back to 1865, is the largest branded marketer of baby and children’s clothing in the U.S.

“It is such a beloved brand. I have such nostalgia wrapped around the Carter’s brand from my own childhood, and then becoming a mom myself. I feel that my biggest mission in this life is to be a good mom and to be there for my kids and when I think of Carter’s mission, it’s so aligned with that,” Duff, a mother of three, said in an interview.

Duff’s label, which will be distributed exclusively to Carter’s direct-to-consumer channels, will be called Hilary Duff [heart] Carter’s. Carter’s has a website and 1,000 stores across the U.S., and Duff’s collection will be in about half of them.

Sizes will range from newborn to 24 months.

Duff will design an elevated fall collection with a boho chic element that will include knits, sweaters and jumpsuits, in both neutrals and some printed patterns for boys and girls. The products will range from baby to toddler, and a few pieces for moms as well. The fall collection is inspired by cozy autumn weekends with family and friends.

Prices range from $12-$24. Baby/toddler/kids hats are $16; adult hats and scarves are $18 to $20; sweaters, shackets and jumpsuits are $22 to $24, and fashion bodysuits, leggings and pants are $12 to $16.
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Hilary staat met een nieuwe fotoshoot en interview op de cover van Woman’s Health, en ze gaat letterlijk met de billen bloot!

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http//: Mei/juni 2022: Woman’s Health (VS)
http//: Daniella Midenge (Woman’s Health)

Hilary Duff Is Seeing The Light
The actress spent years trying to live up to Hollywood’s standards. Now she’s focused on what makes her feel happy and whole and content—on the inside.

“I have an idea…” says Hilary Duff’s 3-year-old daughter, Banks, her finger tapping her mouth. “Can I have a treat?” The child tilts her blonde head to one side as her mother looks upon her with amusement. “Did you eat any vegetables for lunch?” Hilary asks. Banks says yes, though her mother suspects otherwise. But who can deny a little indulgence in the face of such ingenuity?

Banks scampers out of view on Zoom, and Hilary, left alone in her bright and airy bedroom, shakes her head affectionately. At 34 years old, she’s the mother of three children. Besides Banks, she has son Luca, 10, from her previous marriage to retired hockey player Mike Comrie, and daughter Mae, 1. When Mae was born, the baby took over her office, so now Hilary’s bedroom is her last sanctuary. She worries her days in this house are numbered—her family, which also includes musician husband Matthew Koma, three dogs (including a 130-pound Saint Bernard), and seven chickens, has outgrown it. “We’re busting at the seams here,” she says. “You should see my garage. It’s stroller and car-seat city, scooters everywhere.”

But this is the house where she recovered from her 2016 divorce, where she learned to parent Luca as a single mom, where she eventually wed Koma on the front lawn, and where their girls were born. It’s hard to leave a place that’s held such joy. And food is a big source of that happiness. “We eat butter in this house, and olive oil, and sodium, and sugar,” says Hilary, taking a bite of a turkey, arugula, and pickle sandwich. A deviled egg, which she made this morning because her chickens are laying, waits on her plate as Mom’s version of a treat.

I’ve gotten to a place of being peaceful with the changes my body has gone through.

Hilary’s appeal as an actress has always been her easy familiarity. As a child star on Lizzie McGuire, she was the quintessential everygirl, as warm as she was vulnerable. After years of being identified with the character, and multiple passes on offers to reboot her, she agreed to revisit Lizzie in a series for Disney+. The project tanked when Hilary and the network differed on their vision for adult Lizzie. “She had to be 30 years old doing 30-year-old things,” Hilary says she insisted, pushing for a more mature Lizzie. “She didn’t need to be doing bong rips and having one-night stands all the time, but it had to be authentic. I think they got spooked.”
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Hilary staat met een nieuwe fotoshoot en interview in de Italiaanse editie van het tijdschrift Grazia.

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http//: 05 mei 2022: Grazia (Italië)
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Hilary siert de cover van Romper.com met een nieuwe interview en fotoshoot samen met dochter Mae!

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http//: Kerry Hallihan (Romper.com)

It’s Tuesday morning, and Los Angeles is its most buoyant self. The Teslas on Beverly are glinting from a fresh wash. No one has seen a cloud since last week. Optimism is palpable. The message from the universe: It’s a Hilary Duff kind of day.

Duff greets me at her front gate with a hug and says, “It’s so nice to meet you!” as though it is genuinely nice to meet me.

Duff is an ambassador of her city: high-waisted jeans, pink slides, swinging blonde hair, a generously cut cardigan that’s part shawl, part blanket, and the kind of brilliant white smile that makes you want to count her teeth. It’s hard not to stare. We walk around the house to the backyard, and I glance/peek/spy into her living room window. Tasteful, comfortable, and all the things you would expect Hilary Duff’s living room to be. Then, smack in the middle, a small pile.

“Hilary, someone pooped in your living room.”

“Oh, ugh. Hang on a sec,” she says. She disappears into the house, says something to someone, presumably about the poop. In a minute, she’s back. “We have a very old, senior citizen dog.”

She leads me to the pergola on the side of her house — we sit on the couches, bathing ourselves in dappled sunlight.
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Hilary heeft een interview en nieuwe fotoshoot gehad met de New York Times, waarin ze o.a. praat over haar nieuwe serie ‘How I Met Your Father’!

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In an interview, the actress and singer discussed her wide-ranging career and “How I Met Your Father,” her new sitcom reboot on Hulu.

Hilary Duff — forever young, forever pert, forever blond — found a home on the Disney Channel two decades ago as Lizzie McGuire, a self-possessed tween with an animated alter ego. After forays into music, where she went multiplatinum, and film, where she and her sister, Haylie Duff, racked up a few Razzie nominations, she stopped chasing auditions.

“I had been touring for four years,” she said. “And I really just needed a break.”

She married the hockey player Mike Comrie, and had a son, now 9. Two years later, in the midst of her divorce, she received an offer for Darren Star’s TV Land rom-com series, “Younger,” and went on to spend seven delightful seasons as the brash publishing executive Kelsey Peters.

Along the way she had a daughter with the musician Matthew Koma, whom she married just before the pandemic. She became pregnant again a year later. In her ninth month, with “Younger” newly wrapped, she heard from Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger, co-showrunners of “This Is Us” (with Dan Fogelman) who were putting a new spin on the echt-00’s sitcom “How I Met Your Mother.”

That series, which ran on CBS from 2005-14, starred Josh Radnor as the mother meeter, with a supporting cast that included Neil Patrick Harris, Cobie Smulders, Alyson Hannigan and Jason Segel. In the new show, “How I Met Your Father,” Duff plays the lovelorn heroine — a striving photographer named Sophie with a perky New York apartment that few real starving artists would be able to afford. (Kim Cattrall appears onscreen as the older, cashmere-clad version of Sophie.)

Duff had seen only a few episodes of the original. “I like murder too much to watch comedy,” she said. But after some initial hesitation, she agreed. The show debuted its first two episodes last week, with eight more to follow on a weekly basis.
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Hilary heeft een interview en nieuwe fotoshoot gehad met Bustle.com.

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http//: Kerry Hallihan (Bustle.com)

n November, a strange and random thing happened on TikTok, as it often does. Seemingly out of nowhere, TikTokers latched onto a video from 2007. It wasn’t a particularly notable video, but it was enough to inspire a viral waterfall of content. The clip was of Hilary Duff — who was still then better known as Disney icon Lizzie McGuire — on the Today show near the peak of her pop music career, performing her single “With Love.” Duff must have been exhausted that day, because she executed the choreography with a kind of casual apathy, shimmying half-heartedly through the moves as her backup dancers gesticulated wildly. For fans online, Duff’s performance became an aspirational act of half-assedness that they delighted in recreating in their own videos. (“I love how she gives absolutely 0% energy. Slay me lazy queen,” one commenter on YouTube wrote.) And thus the #hilaryduffchallenge was born, an online micro-movement that resurrected one of Duff’s more embarrassing adolescent moments, turning it into a meme that was equal parts mocking and celebratory.

One disadvantage to having been a child star of Duff’s magnitude is that the Internet can readily dig up any number of awkward teenage moments that most people have the privilege of keeping locked in a vault forever. When the stream of text messages about the #hilaryduffchallenge started pouring in, the 34-year-old actor and mother of three was a bit taken aback, worried even. “I was like, ‘Is this going to dig up everything that I don’t want dug up? Is this just an opportunity for more fun to be poked?’” Duff tells me a couple of months later on Zoom. “Even though, at the end of the day, I know that a majority of people hold me in a very endeared space, it’s still… bullying. You’re like, ‘Let’s dig up photos of you when you were 16 or 17 or when you were eating 500 calories a day. Or when you hated the world, or your parents were getting divorced, or your boyfriend slept with your girlfriend.’”
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