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Gabrielle Union’s October NY & CO Collection is Squad Goals

    

Gabrielle Union's October NY & CO Collection is Squad Goals

By Alejandra Torres | October 5, 2018 | Style & Beauty

The actress, writer, designer and all around cool chick gathered her girl gang to model her new designs.

GABUNION1jpeg-0001.jpegEssence Atkins, Ajiona Alexus, Raven Goodwin, Valarie Pettiford and Gabrielle Union rock Union's October NY & Co. collection.

This is the year of the woman, and Gabrielle Union is making sure all the ladies are dressed to the nines. Her exclusive New York & Company October collection features a variety of killer looks, from denim jumpsuits and red bomber jackets to color block wrap blouses and á la mode pencil skirts. There’s a style and size (petite to plus) for everyone.

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Her absolute favorite? “The denim jumpsuit,” she says. “I wore it this past weekend to a BBQ in Miami with a pair of flats and kept it on for dinner, but changed it up a bit by pairing it with some heels.”

If you’re looking for something more vibrant, Union suggests the one-shoulder sheath dress in the ‘Fuchsia Garden’ color. “You can wear it to the office, but also to cocktails and dinner after,” she says.

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Besides the dazzling and comfortable outfits, the NY & CO collection also offers an important #AllTogetherNow message. To Union, sisterhood and empowering other women is what’s important and to showcase that, she gathered her famous friends to model the line.

Shop Union's entire collection at New York & Company.

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Photography by: Photos courtesy of New York & Company