One of the most common things that new moms worry about is losing baby weight after giving birth, and many want to start getting fit right away. But, by her admission, it took top fashion designer Nikki Lund almost two years to shed the pregnancy weight.
The fashionista has been keeping a low profile of late — managing her career and personal life equally. As a clothes designer, a musician, and now, Nikki can add “full-time mother” to the list, after giving birth to her son Hendrix — who is almost three-years-old.
Since the birth of Hendrix, Nikki has been working out with a trainer every day to get her pre-baby body back in shape. And if her recent Instagram posts were anything to go by, the Californian babe is well on her way — after posting stunning NAKED shots posing in the shower, covering her modesty with smiling heart emojis.
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Nikki, who grew up in Hollywood, first catapulted to fame when she debuted her clothing line a decade ago. Then she was the dating former Bon Jovi rock star, Richie Sambora. Her star status has since climbed steadily in the world of celebrity.
2020 is set to be a big year for Lund, who has been working behind the scenes in preparation for her highly anticipated “eco-friendly” collection.
She chose butterfly inspired prints and faux furs for her upcoming line that will include apparel, handbags, footwear, home goods, and accessories that will see a release spring of next year.
In this week’s Verna Magazine, Nikki said: “The entire collection is vegan,” she said. “I am inspired by my son and want a better future for him.”
She told Verna: “I am a woman who stands firmly in my heels more than ever before, and being a mom has made me embrace the beauty of my body, and what I can create is a miracle.”
I try to capture this in my designs,” she said