Gorgeous Kate Hudson Models Ann Taylor Holiday Looks in Spite of "Pulsating" Wisdom Tooth Pain

Celebrity Style Oct. 18, 2012 AT 6:15PM

Even when she's not feeling her best, Kate Hudson is a consummate professional.

The 33-year-old looks radiant in a behind the scenes video from her new Ann Taylor Holiday 2012 campaign photo shoot, shot in New York City. "I had my first horrible wisdom teeth experience where I was just pulsating  at the mouth with an impacted wisdom tooth," Hudson admits. "I still had a great time with everybody."

Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson
Credit: courtesy of Ann Taylor

Shot by fashion photographer Norman Jean Roy at Manhattan's Highline Stages, Hudson says "it's always a joyous fun occasion" working with the "wonderful" cameraman.

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Hudson, a mother of two boys (Ryder, 8, and Bingham, 15 months), models a wide range of looks for the fashion and jewelry label. "I love that they're still incorporating bold, bright colors and prints," the How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days star says. "The accessories are some of my favorite gift ideas for the holidays. I love the jewelry. The scarves are great. They're doing these leather gloves and cute little slippers."

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The actress has been the face of Ann Taylor for a full year. All items featured in the Holiday 2012 campaign will be available starting this week.

Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson
Credit: courtesy of Ann Taylor

"The holidays are so busy. It's nice to see that Ann Taylor has designed a collection that can go from day to night so easily," Muse musician Matthew Bellamy's fiancee says in a statement. "The jewelry is strong yet sexy, and has just the right bit of sparkle. It's perfect for holiday gifts and I just love the faux fur cardigan."

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