Most Awesome Celebrity Brands

What do you do after you earn enough fame being on television and the movies? You start your own fashion line! At least this is what the current top Hollywood celebrities have been doing. We decided to sit down and find all the awesome celebrity brands out there today and collect them in this one super list.


So if you’ve been wonder whether your favorite celebrity has their own fashion or product line, you’ll be able to figure it out in just a bit. These brands are not just an inspiration for new entrepreneurs, they also give brand designers an idea on how to come up with top-notch and brands. If you’ve been wondering how these celebrities get their logos, check out 99 logos which has provided many of the logos for the celebrity brands in this list.


Let’s begin with the list!


Ivy Park by Beyonce’


Ivy Park was founded by Beyonce’ as a joint venture with Topshop in 2016. When she first came up with the idea of her activewear line, she hoped that it would help push the boundaries of athletic wear and inspire and support women who realize that beauty is so much more than just a physical appearance.


Each piece on the activewear line is designed to flatter the female figure and solve any problems that Beyonce’ herself struggled with. Beyonce’ has already severed her ties with Topshop and now fully owns the Ivy Park brand.



The Honest Company by Jessica Alba


Jesica Alba introduced The Honest Company in 2012 with a clear aim in mind of providing a source of toxin-free and ethical household personal good products for families. The brand was inspired by her first child. The Honest Company mostly focuses on baby products but also has a beauty care and home product lines. In 2017, it was found that her business was valued just below $1 billion, confirming the fact that consumers were indeed looking for products that were safe to use, something that The Honest Company has been providing ever since its inception.

NEW YORK, NY – JANUARY 17: Jessica Alba attends the Jessica Alba Launches party at ABC Kitchen on January 17, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for

Goop by Gwyneth Paltrow


Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop managed to raise $50 million in series C funding. It is a modern lifestyle and wellness brand that features a collection of crystal-infused water bottles, luxury sweaters, and even tarot cards. The best thing about her brand is its dedicated blog that serves as an educational platform for people who are looking for lifestyle advice. Goop is now aiming to expand globally.


LC Lauren Conrad by Lauren Conrad


Former reality television star Lauran Conrad launched LC Lauren Conrad with department store Kohl’s. LC started with a collection of apparel launched through 300 stores of Kohl’s and since then has grown into a fully fledged lifestyle brand that now features accessories, jewelry, and many other home goods. Her stuff can be found at more than 1,500 stores nationwide. Conrad listens to her customers closely on her Instagram and likes to develop her brand according to what her customers want.


Kylie Cosmetics by Kylie Jenner


Kylie Jenner was only 21 years of age when she was set to become the youngest self-made billionaire in the world thanks to her brand Kylie Cosmetics. The company skyrocketed to success within minutes of its launch and has now expanded to include lip kits and a full range of beauty products. Jenner is famous for using her connection with her fans on her social media pages to create custom products they love.


The Row by Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen


Normally celebrities use their names to push their personal brands, but when it came to The Row by Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen, the duo took a completely opposite route. The Row focuses on luxury lines instead of focusing on the names of the founders. It is known for its fine fabrics and unique silhouettes. The Row started out as a brand for women only but now it also includes menswear.


Draper James by Reese Witherspoon


Reese Witherspoon founded her brand Draper James in 2015. It was established as a tribute to the Southern lifestyle and culture. This is where she grew up. The brand was named after Witherspoon’s grandparents. When it was initially launched, it propelled to popularity, so much that it was able to raise $10 million in series B funding. The brand recognizes customer’s dedication to products, Witherspoon joined hands with Draper James and other known brands to continue expanding her product lines. Most recently, the brand introduced plus-sized clothing collection with collaboration from Crate & Barrel.

The 10 Best Celebrity Lawyers in Hollywood

If you’re wondering whose representing who in Hollywood, this list is the best place to find out their names! Keep on reading to find out the big names behind ‘Moonlight’, Bill O’REailly’s downfall, and pretty much anything that matters in Hollywood today.


Whether its an extortion, a nine-figure deal with a Chinese media company, or a messy divorce, it has been a very busy year in Hollywood’s power attorney’s lives. The men and women in the following list have handled a variety of cases including complex corporate mergers, and simple talent contracts. But what all of these lawyers have in common is that they love working for the entertainment industry.

Each of these lawyers has played an important role in keeping Hollywood moving ahead. Best of all, the firms of these lawyers accept LegalZoom referral code so that you can too have a slice of the pie.


Now with further ado, we present you the 10 best celebrity lawyers in Hollywood. Make sure to take a seat and bring your favorite soda and popcorn with you while the list lasts.


Iddo Arad

Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz

Alma mater Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law


New York-based Iddo Arad has been representing A24 since the very beginning and in 2016 he helped in negotiating the film studios deal with Plan B to make Moonlight, which won the best picture award. Arad also actively represents the makers of May 2 documentary which is based on Julian Assange and took more than six years to finish.


Daniel Black

Greenberg Traurig

Alma mater George Washington University Law School


Daniel Black clients include iHeartRadio, Conde Nast Entertainment, and BBC America. He specializes in putting traditional media into the digital media industry. The Guardian in the past enlisted him to negotiate with Vice in order to bring their print stories to newer platforms. He has also helped Pokemon regain its popularity through the famous Pokemon Go video game.


Christopher Brearton

Latham & Watkins

Alma mater University of Virginia School of Law


Christopher Brearton helped Anthony and Joe Ruso start their multimillion-dollar venture with Huayi Bros in China in order to produce very high budget films for the global audience. He has also helped many media clients make various digital purchases. This includes Participant Media’s takeover of SoulPancake. He even helped AMC Network’s purchase of a stake in Funny or Die.


Harold Brown

Gang Tyre Ramer & Brown

Alma mater UC Berkeley School of Law


Harold Brown rarely finds time thanks to his big-time client Dwayne Johnson, The Rock. The man doesn’t need an introduction and maybe that is why Harold is so popular. He has also represented Stephen King and Michael Mann in the past.


Joseph Calabrese

Latham & Watkins

Alma mater Cornell Law School


Calabrese is widely known for being one of the best Hollywood-Asia dealmakers. He led the team behind Legendary Entertainments $3.5 billion acquisition by Dalian Wanda Group of China. He has also helped Warner Bros in the acquisition of Drama fever, a streaming service that exclusively features Korean content. He now works with the International Olympic Committee which is currently developing its TV-Platform.


Lisa Callif

Donaldson & Callif

Southwestern Law School


Making a documentary? If you want to make sure your subjects don’t sue you, make sure to give Lindsay Conner a call. The Sundance Festival in 2018 featured almost twelve films by the clients her firm has. These include Ingrid Goes West, Single White Female, and more. At one point, Instagram did not give permission to use its logo in a film, she wrote to them and said that how can you make a movie without using social media. She got the company to allow to use the logo.


Robert Darwell

Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

Alma mater Georgetown Law


Darwell is mostly spending his time these days with television projects including the Sharp Object by HBO. He even did deejaying recently and played multiple sets during the Zurich Film Festival.


Scott Edelman

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

Alma mater UC Berkeley School of Law


Edelman is known for leading the team behind Discovery Communications in its legal battle against LMNO Studios over Little Couple and three other series. Both sides are alleging fraud. He also currently represents Dr. Luke’s label, the Kemosabe Records.


Craig Emanuel

Loeb & Loeb

Alma mater Monash University Law


Craig currently represents Ryan Murphy’s TV Empire which is behind shows like the American Horror Story, Feud, and American Crime Stories.


Matthew Erramouspe

O’Melveny & Myers

Alma mater UCLA School of Law


Matthew has helped Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant with its newly earned relationship with Hollywood. He helped the two sign a long-term partnership by connecting Alibaba to Amblin Partners. The deal which was made in October last year will see the e-commerce giant taking a minority stake with an intention of teaming on co-productions.