Celebrity Fashion Lines

Celebrities — they’re just like us, except instead of buying clothes, they launch their own clothing lines. We take a look at some high-profile star brands.

Sarah Jessica Parker's SJP Collection

Want to walk a mile in Sarah Jessica Parker’s shoes? Now you can — with the SJP Collection! The Sex in the City star collaborated with the CEO of Manolo Blahnik to create the highly fashionable line. 

The shoes are made in Italy with classic, timeless silhouettes to make the most of your footwear for years to come.

Gabrielle Union for New York & Company

Joining forces with New York & Company, Gabrielle Union has created a sophisticated and affordable fashion collection for women. It includes a mix of high-fashion, street savvy, and signature statement pieces.

“The Gabrielle Union Collection is inspired by my day-to-day life. It’s my actual, real closet. So, all the things that I’m obsessed with.” - Gabrielle Union

Khloe Kardashian's Good American

As a founding partner of Good American, Khloe Kardashian inspired the clothing line with a mission — to fit women of all shapes and sizes.

“No matter what size you are — if you’re a ‘2’ or a ’32’, I wanted to make a denim line that was made to fit the female shape, not making us to fit a denim line.” - Khloe Kardashian

Now expanded from denim to a full clothing collection and active wear, her products are frequently seen on her highly visible sisters. 

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