Jennifer Love Hewitt releases maternity line

Jennifer Love Hewitt shows off one of the dresses from her new maternity line. Credit: Getty Images
Jennifer Love Hewitt shows off one of the dresses from her new maternity line.
Credit: Getty Images

So that’s where Jennifer Love Hewitt has been, designing maternity wear. The star gave birth to her daughter Autumn in November and has since been inspired to start a line of maternity clothes. Teaming up with A Pea In The Pod, she released her L by Jennifer Love Hewitt collection. A launch party was held this week and the stars came out in all their pregnant glory.

Jenna Fischer, Kendra Wilkinson, Linsey Godfrey and Sprague Grayden are just a few of the expectant moms who showed up to walk the red carpet and check out the collection. The line, which is out now, features easy basics, such as a long sleeve cascade cardigan, sweatshirts with dolman sleeves and printed maxi dresses. Prices range from $40 – $105.

“We’re sort of in this odd time in our society right now where women are not being nice to each other,” Hewitt told E! News on why she decides to create the line. “We’ve got a lot of reality stuff where people being mean to each other and, fashion-wise, people are talking bad about each other. I thought, ‘What a beautiful place to put my energy?’ Make a line for women, by a woman, who actually wants them to feel great and feel beautiful and look fantastic and look better than everyone walking around, especially at a time when you cannot feel very good about yourself.”

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