15 Best Celebrity Fashion Lines Past and Present

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Oftentimes, once a celebrity has reached A-list status, they will explore other avenues in which to show off their talent and make more money. Sometimes, this includes launching a clothing line. Having impeccable personal style is one thing, but translating that to a set of designs for public consumption isn't as easy. Fortunately, this select group of famous fashionistas were able to hold their own alongside more established designers and be taken seriously. Click through to see the 15 best celebrity fashion lines past and present.

Gwen Stefani (L.A.M.B.)

Gwen Stefani

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With Japanese, Indian and Jamaican influences, the No Doubt singer's line of apparel and accessories is sold in almost 300 stores worldwide and critically acclaimed by fashion critics.

Jessica Simpson (Jessica Simpson Collection)

Jessica Simpson

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The blonde baddies line of clothes, shoes and accessories is the first celebrity fashion line to break $1 billion in annual sales.

Nicole Richie (House of Harlow)

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Named after her first child, Nicole Richie's line of jewelry expanded to include clothes in 2010 and is one of the most successful celebrity lines out today.

Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham

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VB is a fashion icon thanks to her several collections, which are often worn by A-list celebs.

Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen (The Row)

Mary-Kate Olsen, Ashley Olsen

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The famous twins left acting behind for a serious career in fashion  and the sacrifice certainly paid off. Today, they're considered fashion royalty and design two successful lines--The Row and Elizabeth & James.

Jennifer Lopez (J.Lo by Jennifer Lopez)

Jennifer Lopez

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Music may be her first love, but Jennifer isn't too shabby in the fashion department either. Although it no longer exists, J.Lo was the most successful celebrity fashion line, making over $175 million worth of products at its peak.

Rihanna for River Island

Rihanna for River Island store launch after party

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Since the fashion icon has yet to launch her own line, fans went crazy over her collaboration with River Island.

Kimora Lee (Baby Phat)

Kimora Lee Simmons and children

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Like Jennifer Lopez, Kimora's line served as the sister line to then husband Russell Simmons' Phat Farm and was a staple in urban clothing.

Diddy (Sean John)

Sean Combs aka P Diddy

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Diddy's menswear brand is sold exclusively at Macy's and continues to sell in stores.

Madonna (Material Girl)

Rita Ora for Material Girl Fall 2013 advert

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The original Material Girl and her daughter Lourdes collaborate on this juniors line and enlist a female celeb model for each campaign (Kelly Osbourne, Rita Ora).

Rachel Zoe

Designer Rachel Zoe

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After years of styling celebs, the reality star launched her own vintage-inspired line in 2011. Today, it is available at almost 300 department stores and includes jewelry and accessories.

Eva Mendes for New York & Company

Eva Mendes Exclusively at New York & Company Launch Event

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In 2008, Eva lent her understated, but strong personal style to a line with New York & Company. Her pieces worked perfectly for the working fashionista.

The Kardashians (Kardashian Kollection)

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Pretty much anything Kim, Khloe and Kourtney touch turns to gold, including their clothing line, which is sold mostly in Sears.

Jay Z (Rocawear)

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Launched in 1999 by Jay Z and former partner Damon Dash, the urban street brand was known for its high profile celebrity spokespeople. In 2007, it was sold to Iconix Brand Group for $204 million and has since reemerged on the fashion scene.

Sofia Vergara (Sofia for KMart)

Sofia Vergara

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This spicy Latina's line is a hit with KMart customers for its upscale style at a discount price.

 

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