Gabrielle Union Channels Britney Spears in Red Dress as She Announces New Fashion Collection

She's done it again!

Gabrielle Union repeatedly rocks iconic outfits on her Instagram and she's just returned to give us another stunner—this time channeling the red latex look that Britney Spears donned in her music video for “Oops!... I Did It Again.”

However, while Union caught our attention with her faux-leather turtleneck dress, it turns out she had a big announcement to go along with the style. In fact, this red ensemble is part of a new collection that Union has launched with fashion brand New York & Company.

The updated Gabrielle Union Collection was released today and Union marked the occasion by saying, “It’s official - we are LIVE. My new collection with @nyandcompany is available now at the link in bio. I had all you in mind when creating this one [winking emoji].”

Union's celebrity friends were in love with the dress, like Kerry Washington, who commented, “Yeah. I’m gonna need that dress.” Writer Kelley L. Carter said, “Yay! Congrats!!” Others were already racing to shop Union's new collection, like one user who said, “On my way! On my way.”

The Bring It On actress teamed up with New York & Company in the past, and she has decided to relaunch her collection, telling InStyle, “Now more than ever, people are constantly thinking ahead and want to be prepared for whatever comes their way in life. I wanted to not only create pieces that were versatile for each person but versatile for every occasion.”

It's been a big week for Union, who is not only celebrating a fashion launch, but also the fact that her new memoir, You Got Anything Stronger?, just slid into the New York Times bestseller list.

Union looks great in red...but then again she looks great in everything.

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Joel Calfee

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Joel is the Associate Editor for News & Entertainment and has been reporting on all things pop culture for over 5 years. Before working at PureWow, he served as a Features...
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