Remember When? Celebrity Clothing Lines You Totally Forgot About

Did You Know Miley Cyrus had a clothing line? We didn’t either. Click through now to jog your memory of the celebs that once moonlighted as designers.

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  • In honor of Fashion Month, we’re taking a trip down memory lane to remember a few former celebrity designers. From Kanye West’s ill-fated Pastelle line to Mandy Moore’s shuttered Mblem collection, you won’t believe which stars have a fashion designing stint on their resume.

  • Jennifer Lopez
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    Sweetface by Jennifer Lopez

    ​Lopez’s street-influenced retail venture ended in 2009. At the time the pop star complained that she, “felt trapped in a situation I couldn’t get out of, and my name was stamped on things that I didn’t believe in.”

  • Nicky Hilton
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    Chick by Nicky Hilton by Nicky Hilton

    ​The funky clothing line perfectly captured the style of southern California in the mid '00s. Fleur de lis hoodies and tie-dye maxi skirts live on today on

  • Natalie Portman
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    Te Casan by Natalie Portman

    ​Vegan girls were delighted by Portman’s 2008 debut of a non-leather shoe collection under the Te Casan label. Unfortunately, the brand went under the same year.

  • Miley Cyrus
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    Miley Cyrus And Max Azria by Miley Cyrus 

    The collaboration between Cyrus and BCBGMAXAZRIA’s Max Azria was sold in Walmarts across the country, but disappeared from shelves around 2012.

  • Kanye West
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    Pastelle by Kanye West

    ​Before West’s namesake collection debuted at Paris Fashion Week, there was a little line called Pastelle. Although the collection was never made available to the public, West would occasionally make appearances in the apparel, most notably in a sweatshirt equipped with a shark fin hood.

  • Sarah Jessica Parker
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    Bitten by Sarah Jessica Parker

    ​Parker’s line for Steve and Barry’s featured incredibly affordable pieces (nothing was over $20!), but it got discontinued when the company went bankrupt in 2008.

  • Lauren Conrad
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    The Lauren Conrad Collection by Lauren Conrad

    ​Although Paper Crown and LC for Lauren Conrad for Kohls are still alive and well, Conrad’s first line filled with simple cotton pieces had about a six month run.

  • Paris Hilton
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    Dollhouse by Paris Hilton

    ​Not to be outdone by her sister, Hilton launched her own line of jeans, dresses, and tees, many of which featured pop prints of the heiress’s face.

  • Amanda Bynes
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    Dear By Amanda Bynes by Amanda Bynes

    ​Another Steve and Barry’s alum, Bynes had a teen line that also folded when the parent company shuttered.

  • Heidi Montag
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    Heidiwood by Heidi Montag

    ​Following in the footsteps of her fellow The Hills cast mates, Montag debuted a zebra-print heavy line that lasted for about seven months.

  • Mandy Moore
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    Mblem by Mandy Moore

    ​After a three-year run, Moore closed the casual fashion line to the dismay of celeb fans like Kirsten Dunst and Mary Kate Olsen.

  • Lindsay Lohan
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    6126 by Lindsay Lohan

    ​The line, named in honor of Marilyn Monroe’s birthdate, featured every iteration of legging you can imagine—lace panels, cut-outs, prints, zippers, and more!

  • Nicole Richie

    House of Harlow 1960 Horseshoe Bangle ($48)

  • Jessica Simpson

    Jessica Simpson Claudette Suede Pump ($79)

  • Gwen Stefani

    L.A.M.B. Plaid Double Breasted Coat ($475)

  • Ashley & Mary-Kate Olsen

    The Row Ashland Mid-Rise Slim Jeans ($550)

  • ​Katie Holmes

    Holmes & Yang Cropped Double Breasted Peacoat ($499)

  • Victoria Beckham

    Victoria Beckham Two-Tone Leather Clutch ($650


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