Former ‘Dance Moms’ Star Nia Sioux Partnered With Gabrielle Union For a New Fashion Line

The “I’m Perfect” collection celebrates women who are breaking the rules.

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Former Dance Moms star Nia Sioux has been keeping busy since leaving the reality show in 2017. From starring in her own music videos to acting off-Broadway, it seems like there’s no slowing Sioux down. And in the midst of all her success, the 18-year-old dancer took to social media to share her most recent venture with her fans, and let me tell you, it’s an inspirational one.

Sioux has teamed up with actress Gabrielle Union to star as one of the faces of Union’s latest female-empowerment-centric fashion line. The line’s campaign, titled “I’m Perfect,” celebrates fearless women who are changing the world around them.

Sioux took to Instagram to share the exciting news. “I’m so excited to be part of @gabunion’s Im•Perfect campaign! Let’s change the world by living our truth and celebrate each other’s individuality,” she wrote.

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I’m so excited to be part of @gabunion’s Im•Perfect campaign! Let’s change the world by living our truth and celebrate each other’s individuality. New collection now available at @nyandcompany #celebrateyourtruth #ad

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Sioux is featured in the campaign alongside basketball player Candace Parker, actress Dania Ramirez, model Isis King, and of course Union herself. All five women are rocking pieces from the new line with New York & Company, who Union has collaborated with for several lines over the past two years. The clothes are largely geared towards professional women, but the line includes a few more casual pieces as well.

Fans of Union’s fashion will be excited to know that the signature maxi dress from her spring collection — which sold out in less than a week — will be making a return, Union revealed during an interview with Essence.

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