BEYONCE – IVY PARK
The superstar has an unflinching character, strong and audacious and doesn’t have trouble moving the crowd with her. Her clothing line ‘Ivy Park’ comes in a “cobalt blue logo-emblazoned sports bras and matching leggings with a “flip-to-low-rise” waistband, honeycombed reflective print jackets that make a chic nod to Queen B’s dutiful beehive, sleek and polished bodysuits with mesh trim, and cheeky over-the-thigh varsity sock”
This product comes as the first ever joint venture of Beyoncé with Philip Green. The real deal is the three-tier shapes of the design, the low rise, mid-rise and the high rise coupled with how the inner contour enhance a high range of physiques.
The sleek and polished body suits of Beyoncé are poised to influence an entire cultural and physical moment.
HAUS OF RIHANNA – FENTY X PUMA
If you’re an internet addict, preferably a twitter person, you’d know how crazy people are about Rihanna and her Fenty collection. September 28th of 2G17, the Fenty University, the theme collection for Rihanna’s Fenty and Puma’s clothing line was outdoored. This embodies everything we love about creeper styles and suede slides.
LALA ANTHONY – LALA ANTHONY DENIM COLLECTION
Not too long ago, LALA partnered with Lord & Taylor to outdoor her denim collection. This is, however, not the first time she has introduced a fashion line. In 2012, she launched Fifth and Mercer which was actually in partnership with designer, Jason Bolden. The clothing line was met with an impressive reception from fashionistas and was reportedly sold out. It appears she’s willing to go a step further to offer yet another exclusive and affordable line to women of all shapes and sizes.
GABRIELLE UNION – Gab Union NYC
The Being Mary Jane star announced a couple of months ago that she was working with New York and Company – an apparel retailer to offer a wide range of dresses and tops for the company’s Gab Union Collection. So far so good! With much of the design being inspired by Gabrielle, there’s very little that can go wrong. The variety of pieces that make up this stunning collection have an average price tag of $100.
FABLETICS by Kate Hudson
Since almost everyone would want to look super cute and feel amazingly comfortable at the same time, these stylish pieces from one of the softest fabrics combined. While she inspires others to leave a healthy lifestyle, she does also appeal to people to look good.