Stars know they have the power to influence the world. That’s the reason politician ask for their support and sign brands endorsement deals with them. Our celebrities, know what they wear can inspire fashion trends, and some of them have come up with clothing #Lines, some supported by popular brands and they are doing quite well. Check out these clothing lines.

1. Fenty x Puma by Rihanna

Since Rihanna rose to fame and her sweet voice rocked the world, people have been interested in her and her plans. Furthermore, she inspires girls with her fashion sense. According to the People, the singer showcased her #Fenty X Puma collection during New York Fashion Week. She told the magazine that she had a lot of freedom working with Puma, something people don’t get while working with big brands.

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The company trusted Rihanna’s thoughts and direction and her sneakers with “extended front tongues” are doing well in the market.

2. Ivy Park by Beyonce

Many people think that anything Beyonce touches turns into gold, and it’s somehow true, thanks to her loyal fans. The talented singer first joined the fashion world when she and her mother came up with a contemporary line over a decade ago. According to College Candy, her next move got her working with House of Brands and Topshop. On the fall of 2016, Queen Bey launched Ivy Park 2016 Fall/Winter collection in collaboration with Topshop that consisted of minimalist activewear. Just like the world would expect, the line sold out immediately. You can find her the clothes in any Topshop store worldwide.

3. Gigi x Tommy by Gigi Hadid

Hadid is an influential American supermodel. According to Harper’s Bazaar, Tommy Hilfiger, one of America’s top brands collaborated with Hadid, and the move boosted their sales unimaginably.

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Hilfiger had worked with stars like Naomi Campbell, Beyonce, and others before, but their September 2016 collabo with Hadid was the first to involve a star in co-designing their collection. The move was so successful that they planned for a second one that happened in January 2017. Some of the pieces were sold out before they even hit the catwalk.

4. Yeezy by Kanye West

It’s a fact that most of the celebrities who are playing roles in fashion are ladies, but there are a few men, for instance, #Kanye West who are creating artistic wear. According to College Candy, the rapper first collaborated with Nike in 2009 to create the Air Yeezys. Since then, he has worked with Bape, Louis Vuitton, Giuseppe Zanotti and Adidas. In 2015 the Yeezy Boosts sold out in minutes, and the following year Adidas announced a future collaboration with the star.