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Celebrities Who Played Designer in 2007

Celebrities have become a designing powerhouse in their own right, and in 2007, more Fab faces joined the fray. Mary-Kate and Ashley added cool contemporary line Elizabeth and James; SJP launched the budget-friendly Bitten at Steve & Barry's; Gwen's little L.A.M.B. made a runway comeback; Lauren Conrad reached her dream of becoming a designer; and both Sienna Miller and Penelope Cruz teamed with their sisters to cull up some seriously sizzlin' clothes. Admittedly: some of them were hits and some were misses. You all know how much I look to Celebrity Style for inspiration, so here's to hoping 2008 brings just as many fun collaborations!

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Glittersniffer Glittersniffer 8 years
I have several pieces from Bitten, and yes, they're all very basic, but hey, I'm a college girl with zip time in the mornings, that's what I need! I've actually got a white Bitten thermal on at the moment, with a white tank top and a pair of ancient hole-y jeans. I'm comfy, dernit! Bonus, all the stuff at the S&B by me is 8.98 for their winter clearance. I scored two peacoats (!), several thermals and sweaters from Bitten, and a t-shirt for a friend for 56 bucks. Can't beat that with a stick.
ESTONE ESTONE 8 years
SJP is great. I have not purchased any of the Bitten line but after the holidays I plan on doing some shopping.
KimBurnett KimBurnett 8 years
SJP's Bitten is great. I have several pieces and I love them. I agree with socialitebabe about the layering, mixing and matching, and affordability. We can't all "invest" tons of money on clothes, or want to.
snowbunny11 snowbunny11 8 years
I <3 the olsen's collection, but I'm too broke to buy any of it! :( LC's collection sucked. I could get that stuff at Target for a fraction of what she priced it at.
mediafreak mediafreak 8 years
I hate Gwen's line. Never thought she was fashionable. L.A.M.B. is okay, but as for Harajuku Lovers...that's just downright ugly.
ceceluvfash1on ceceluvfash1on 8 years
I really disliked laurens line very boring she really isn't a good designer. haven't looked at SJp's yet.
cs cs 8 years
I have to say I am sick of these celebrity lines. I hope the real designers behind the brands that are doing the legwork are getting paid well.
socialitebabe socialitebabe 8 years
Well I love SJP! Her heart was in the right place when she designed Bitten. How many celebs really think about the average woman's budget? I admit the clothes are a bit dull but they are practical pieces. They are great for layering and you can always jazz them up with higher end pieces. I just bought a beautiful velvet pinstrip blazer from her collection.
RosaDilia RosaDilia 8 years
I really thought they were all very boring.
emalove emalove 8 years
I LOVE L.A.M.B....I wish I could afford more of it! SJP's line is cute and very affordable.
javsmav javsmav 8 years
I bought a LAMB dress for my office Christmas party--love it! And I love SJP and all, but two words for bitten: cheap crap.
JaneDodgson JaneDodgson 8 years
The SJP line Bitten was a definite miss ... talk about boring. And the Lauren Conrad Collection, ugly to say the least.
spazzydana spazzydana 8 years
why do mary kate and ashley always look like they rode in a garbage truck on the way to their events?
pixigirl31 pixigirl31 8 years
who were misses?
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
None of them really excited me this year...
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
I liked Gwens clothes :)
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