Demi Lovato launched her new Fabletics collection on Thursday, with $5 from every item sold — up to $125,000 total — going to the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

The 27-year-old pop star, who announced the line’s charitable component on Tuesday, admitted that she “thought hard about holding off on the launch,” but ultimately realized that “there’s no better time to inspire others with my capsule, which has always been about channeling your inner strength.


Lovato said she designed the collection — which includes leggings and sports bras along with a T-shirt, bomber jacket and hoodie — for the purpose of “uplifting you with bold colors and amazing contouring for the biggest confidence boost.

The collection will help support the United Nations Foundation’s Girl Up ‘SchoolCycle’ initiative, which works to provide disadvantaged girls around the world with bikes and maintenance training to enable them to travel to school.


This collection is inspired by my personal style – on stage, at home and in the gym, so I had a lot of fun playing with bold colors, prints, and performance elements that I love,” said Lovato in a statement, adding: “I felt more confident through the design process this time around, and think that the collection reflects that.