Kate Hudson hosted a garden party to celebrate her collaboration with Chrome Hearts on Thursday (May 8) in Los Angeles, California.
The actress wore an earthy boho look featuring free-flowing Etro silk print palazzo trousers from the Spring 2010 collection which boosts a contemporary spirit styled with an ivory Candela ‘Crawley’ sheer intricate lace top with eyelash lace trims.
Kate recently sat down with ‘Haute Living’ to chat about what she’s learned from mom Goldie Hawn, what she’ll be doing with sons Ryder, 10, and Bingham, 3 on Mothers’ Day.
On the most important lesson her mother ever taught her: There is not just one. Every time someone asks me one of these questions, I have a very serious answer, though one [of those lessons] would probably be don’t take yourself too seriously! There’s something about my mom. She’s really forgiving by nature. She’s a tough mom; she’s not in any way what people would think she’d be as a mother. She’s very strong-minded, very tough and can be strict, but she’s also so forgiving and non-judgmental. The word is accepting; there’s nothing self-righteous about my mother. There was nothing growing up with my mom that was like, ‘This is the way it’s supposed to be’ or ‘You need to look like that’ or ‘I want to see you create this.’ There was nothing like that. My mom was always just about ‘Do you feel good? Are you happy? Is what you’re doing bringing you a sense of feeling grounded? Are you feeling all over the place?’ For my mom, it was really just about wanting to see the life and life around the connections of what she created to look and feel good, that it wasn’t filled with stress or complications, that you’re taking care of your heart. Her whole foundation is about being on this journey for what makes people feel real happiness, authentic, truthful and good about what they’re doing and who they are. She’s optimistic; it’s her way. If anything, [what I’ve learned from my mom] is a philosophy more than it is advice. It’s become enabling where your focus is to what is really important in your life. That’s mom. Anything else is kind of an auxiliary part of our lives and is not as important to her.
On her go-to outfit: My go-to outfit is jeans, heels and a T-shirt. I’ll probably be wearing a dress [on Mother’s Day though] with the way it’s been lately.
On her Mother’s Day plans: Home at the house with my kids and my mom and my dad and my brother and his family and my other brother and my other brother, all the brothers…and Bloody Marys! Bloody Marys are my favorite things on the planet – my favorite cocktail on the planet. Any excuse for a Bloody! My mom likes her Bellinis, but I like my Bloody Marys.