THESE are the fashion brands that you forgot were owned by celebrities

From Emily Ratajkowski to Beyonce, celebs who own fashion labels that you probably forgot about!
Celebrity Style,beyonce,reese witherspoon,Kate Hudson,Fashion BrandsTHESE are the fashion brands that you forgot were owned by celebrities
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Once celebrities make it big, the world is their oyster. Since they have become professionals in their fields, they want to test out new waters. Actors become designers and musicians, designers try their hand at acting and what not. Most of the time, a transition from their career to the world of design, seems the easiest. Which is why so man celebrities have their own labels. 

Now, in India, we have Deepika's All About You, Anushka Sharma's NUSH, Sonam and Rhea Kapoor's RHESON and more. But when it comes to Hollywood, everybody remembers Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and Sarah Jessica Parker's brands since they have the same names, but do you remember Reese Witherspoon's Draper James or even know that Fabletics was co-founded by Kate Hudson? Time to refresh that rusty memory!

Ivy Park 

Beyonce Knowles is not a stranger to the world of fashion. She launched activewear and athleisure brand Ivy Park back in 2016 in collaboration with Topshop. But when a #metoo allegation hit Topshop, she purchased the entire brand! 

The Row

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We know that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have their own brand - Elizabeth and James named after their younger siblings. But how many of us know that they also own The Row a luxury label they launched back in 2006 which featured classic silhouettes from luxury materials. 

Inamorata Swim

Everybody who follows and knows Emily Ratajkowski knows she loves tropical weather and the beach, which is why when she launched her own swimsuit line in 2017, it wasn't much of a surprise. From one-pieces to slinky suits and even string bikinis! A bonus to this - she is also the main face of the brand!

Calia 

Country singer Carrie Underwood realised that there was a gap in the activewear market when she couldn't find any workout appropriate clothes for herself. This led her to launch her own label because everything she saw was "super technical and unattractive, or just not feminine," she said. Which is why she launched her own brand which comes in both standard and plus sizes. 

House of Harlow 1960

This boho fashion house by Nicole Richie reflects more or less her personal style which comes as no surprise that she often models for the brand. The brand made its debut in 2008 and has since done tonnes of collaborations with easy breezy collections while coming up with new accessories, outfits, shoes, etc. 

ED

With one of the most comfortable and relatable styles in the entire showbusiness, Ellen DeGeneres brought her vibe for everybody to be part of. She launched her own line which includes everything from clothing to accessories and even baby and pet care! She wanted this line to be seen as a necessity and a form of design she could share with everybody and something that everybody could relate to. 

Fabletics

Back in 2013, Kate Hudson co-founded this athleisure brand in hope to support and motivate more women to lead healthy lifestyles. This subscription-based service includes everything from leggings to sneakers and collaborated with Demi Lovato and even Kelly Rowland!

Draper James

This clothing and homewares company launched by Reese Witherspoon back in 2015 offers pieces one could use on a daily basis. The entire collection is very southern style and super stylish, making it appealing to all masses. 

Have we jogged your memory yet? What more brands do you want to add to this list? Comment below and let us know. 

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