If you think that celebrity clothing lines are just cheap advertising, you need to think again. While many celebrities will endorse anything for the sake, there are others who have transformed themselves into thoughtful designers and launched items to die for.
Yes, that’s true! If you don’t believe us, look at these 9 celebrity clothing lines that stand out among the rest –
- The Row
The Row is the brainchild of fashionable twin sisters Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen. Both are passionate designers and their clothing line tells a lot about their personal aesthetics. Their classy fashion items are just on the point.
- Being Human
The famous Being Human line was launched by Salman Khan which is now a full-fledged fashion store. The best thing is that part of their profits is donated to underprivileged population of India.
- The Closet Label
TheClosetLabel.com is an online fashion store started by Malaika Arora Khan. The store is loved by people for its fresh designs and pocket-friendly prices.
- Jessica Simpson
Jessica Simpson has created her own fashion line which is now worth $1 billion. It includes apparels, accessories, footwear and maternity wear. The fun prints and affordable prices are what makes it stand out from the rest.
The fashion line by Gwen Stefani showcases eclectic prints fused with Hollywood glamor and boy, they look super fashionable. This one is hit among pop and punk fans.
- Victoria Beckham
The Posh Spice has a successful fashion brand by her own name. Her classy designs and monochrome fashion staples have won over fashion fans.
- House of Harlow 1960
Nicole Richie has carved out this fashion brand out of her impeccable fashion sense and her love for boho fashion. Her designs are bohemian and based on Richie’s personal style.
- Paper Crown
Lauren Conrad created this fashion label which is sold at Kohl’s. Her collection is uptown, trendy and fresh.
- Sean John
The clothing brand by Sean Combs aka P-Diddy hit the departmental stores in the late 90s and now makes over $250 million a year. The collection also won a CDFA Award in 2004.