7 Reality TV Stars Who Made A Wrong Turn into Fashion Design

7 Reality TV Stars Who Made A Wrong Turn into Fashion Design

As if designers weren’t already peeved with the rife amount of musicians and socialites who’ve dropped their mics or drinks to stick their hand into fashion designing. And then here comes the reality stars.  With their reality TV checks in one hand, and a bottle of wine in the other, the women of reality television have jumped into the fashion design game…DRUNK—just in case you couldn’t tell.  And they are drowning themselves, and us, in bad fashion!  Granted, some are worse than others.  But if the Lord doesn’t differentiate between degrees of sin, why should we?

With that said, check out seven reality women who have made a wrong turn into fashion design.

“Designer”: Shereé Whitfield formerly of Real Housewives of ATL

Line: She By Sheree

“She” must be crazy to think she was doing something with this line.

“Designer”: Jackie Christie of Basketball Wives LA


Line: Black

Not everything looks better in black, and not if you name it black either.

“Designer”: Jenni “JWOWW” Farley of Jersey Shore

Line: Filthy Couture

Well, with a name like that how much could we expect, right?


“Designer”: Lisa Wu formerly of Real Housewives of ATL

Line: Closet Freak

And this is what you get when you do something for the sheer enjoyment of showing someone up (Shereé)!  Let this be a lesson to you all.

“Designer”: Kim Kardashian of Keeping Up With the Kardashians

Line: Kardashian for Bebe

Cute clothes, but who actually believes she had anything to do with them?!

“Designer”: Malaysia Pargo of Basketball Wives LA

Line: Three Beats Jewelry


We suppose the question would be, ‘how wrong can you go with jewelry.’  Smart move Malaysia.

  • Shlyfields

    jackie christie, jwoww, and sheree thee worst!!!! kim k line is ok and lisa’s shoe line is ok

  • JustSaying_IMFO

    “She” looks like 80’s rejects.

  • maggie

    sheree’s is horrid

  • Enjoy the ride ladies, make the money until you can’t make it anymore!

  • Ron Johnson

    The bottom line is that fashion, hair and makeup design are arts like “traditional” arts like painting, sketching, sculpture and musical composition.

    Just like the traditional arts, there are a metric train load of posers who have *no* talent and 1000 train loads of gullible consumers who lap up all the garbage.

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