Celebrity clothing lines, from Rihanna's Fenty to Beyoncés Ivy Park

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From Khloe Kardashian's successful Good American line, to Nicki Minaj's failed self-titled collection, here are some celebrities who tried their hand in the fashion industry, for better or worse.

Beyoncé

Beyoncé's Ivy Park line, a joint venture with
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Beyoncé's Ivy Park line, a joint venture with Topshop's Sir Phillip Green, debuted on March 31, 2016, and can be bought at Top Shop, Nordstrom, Lady Foot Locker and other locales. Expect to find dresses, top, bottoms, lingerie, jackets, hats and more.

Britney Spears

In 2009, Britney Spears teamed up with Candies
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In 2009, Britney Spears teamed up with Candies to launch her first clothing line, made available on July 1. Five years later, on Sept. 9, 2014, Spears debuted The Intimate Britney Spears, her own line of sexy, affordable lingerie.

Rihanna

Rihanna's Fenty x Puma by Rihanna collection dropped
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Rihanna's Fenty x Puma by Rihanna collection dropped Sept. 6, 2016, and included both kicks and wear. The pop star went on to launch Fenty Beauty, which according to Vanity Fair, "includes 40 shades of foundation, but also brushes in varying shapes and sizes, highlighters, concealing-and-correcting sticks, blotting papers and powder, and a single, universal lip gloss," on Sept. 7, 2017.

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Nicki Minaj

Rap star Nicki Minaj launched her own affordable
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Rap star Nicki Minaj launched her own affordable line of clothing and accessories at Kmart in 2013. From workout wear to party wear, the loud clothes reflect Minaj's glamorous, girly style. However, three years later, Kmart and Minaj parted ways. Nowadays, Minaj's perfume can be bought at stores such as Sears, Target and Kohl's.

Nicole Miller

Designer Nicole Miller, whose clothing has captured the
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Designer Nicole Miller, whose clothing has captured the attention of celebrities like Beyoncé and Angelina Jolie, launched Nicole by Nicole Miller at J.C. Penney in 2005. The affordable items, ranging from tops, bottoms, blazers and more, are described as a cool combination of classic and modern style.

Lauren Conrad

Former reality TV-star Lauren Conrad debuted Lauren Conrad
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Former reality TV-star Lauren Conrad debuted Lauren Conrad Collection in March 2008, but due to low sales, Conrad pulled the line. The following year, she collaborated with Kohl's on her second line, LC Lauren Conrad, which featured apparel, shoes, accessories, bedding and more. Then in 2010, with Maura McManus, launched paper crown. All of Conrad's collections are full of fun, feminine pieces with a vintage feel.

Khloe Kardashian

Khloe Kardashian launched GOOD AMERICAN,
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Khloe Kardashian launched GOOD AMERICAN, "a denim focused fashion brand designed for a curvier, sexier and stronger shape" in October 2016. Aside from shopping for jeans, sweats, bodysuits and more on the brand's official website, Nordstrom and Selfridges & Co also carries it.

Michael Kors

Michael Kors' self-titled and self-designed fashion line debuted
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Michael Kors' self-titled and self-designed fashion line debuted in 1981 and can be found in numerous stores, including Macy's, Lord & Taylor and Bloomingdales. His line features apparel, shoes, bags and jewelry that are more affordable and accessible than the designer's runway styles.

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