NEW YORK, Sept. 11 (UPI) -- Carrie Underwood's activewear line, Calia, made its New York Fashion Week debut Thursday.
The 32-year-old singer-turned-designer showed off her collection at The HQ custom pop-up shop on the West Side. Underwood helped guests choose pieces from the line following the runway show.
"We just wanted everything to be fun and energetic, and I feel like we definitely accomplished that," she told People magazine. "It was nice to kick off fashion week in a fun way and hopefully make everyone smile."
The star later shared photos from the event on Instagram, writing, "Had so much fun today at our fashion show for Calia. So many strong, amazing women on and around that stage! I'm honored to be in such great company! #StayThePath."
Underwood launched Calia in March, saying she's "excited to offer women a wardrobe that will move with them and encourage them to stay the path of leading an active lifestyle. The collection is in collaboration with and available at Dick's Sporting Goods locations.
Underwood will release her fifth studio album, Storyteller, on Oct. 23, and also stays busy with six-month-old son Isaiah. The singer and husband Mike Fisher welcomed their son in February, and she recently shared a photo of the infant playing a miniature piano.