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See which one of your favorite celebrities are clothes. Who has the better style?

1. Saint Heron

Saint Heron is a clothing brand by singer Solange that’s dedicated to the community. The Saint Heron missions is defined as a, “mission to celebrate diversity, culture, and the innovation of artist of color through thoughtful and conceptual collaborations with artist, designers, and artisans.” (Source: Saint Heron)

2. The Queens Collection

Queen Latifah launched her own clothing line on HSN for plus-size women called ‘The Queens Collection.”
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3. Sean John

Sean John is the name of the clothing brand started by R&B artist and producer Sean Combs aka P. Diddy in 1998.
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4. Apple Bottoms & Vokal

Nelly founded the clothing brands Apple Bottom and Vokal in 2003. Originally starting out as a denim label, the company expanded to selling all kinds of clothing for woman and girls.
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5. Rocawear

In 1999, rapper Jay-Z and music producer Damon Dash started the company Rocawear. The clothing brand is said to bring in $700 million a year.
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6. Serious Pimp Ink

Snoop Dogg is the president of Serious Pimp Ink, a clothing line dedicated to clothes and sunglasses in the Hip Hop fashion.
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7. Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream Footwear

Pharrell Williams co-founded his companies Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream Footwear with Japanese fashion designer Nigo back in 2005. Williams also has a partnership with Adidas.
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8. Ivy Park

Ivy Park co-founded by Beyonce and Top Shop set the internet on fire when it first hit stores on April 16, 2016. The line was inspired by her the park she lived by as a child where she’s run. In a video posted to YouTube, the singer explains that during the run in the park is where she’d face her fears. (Source: Elle)

9. EleVen

EleVen is a clothing brand created by Venus Williams in 2007. It’s a line of work out and tennis clothes that the accomplished player herself rocks on the court all the time. (PR Photos) (Source: Essence)

10. Gabrielle Union Collection

Gabrielle Union partnered with New York & Company to bring stylish wear from a premium brand.
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11. G-Unit

In 2003, 50 Cent and Marc Eko founded the clothing brand G-Unit.
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12. Signature Statement Collection

In 2009, Serena Williams she started her Signature Statement Collection that’s exclusively through HSN. Before that, in 2004 she had her own clothing wear called Aneres. (Fun Fact: Aneres is Serena spelled backward) (Source: Essence)
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