Beyonce, BTS, Doja Cat & More Music Stars Who Launched Fashion Lines in 2020

Beyoncé

Queen Bey returned with a second drop for her highly coveted Ivy Park x Adidas collection on Oct. 30, which features a perfect mix of work and play, including pantsuits, crop tops and shorts, bodysuits, and sweatsuits.

Justin Bieber

The “Love Yourself” singer helped fans stay comfortable in the fall by adding a pair of yellow crocs to his Drew House fashion line.

“The Crocs X Justin Bieber with drew Classic Clog pulls inspiration from the signature yellow of Bieber’s personal clothing brand, drew house, and includes eight custom Jibbitz™ charms designed to match his good vibes and laid-back style,” a release shared. Once they went on sale, the Crocs quickly sold out in a reported 90 minutes.

Megan Thee Stallion

Meg is helping her Hotties stay, well, hot while rocking her Fashion Nova line. The collection features patchwork, laced-up and distressed denim creations, plus faux zebra, leopard and python-print staples reminiscent of her “WAP” music video.

“Designing this line with Fashion Nova has been a labor of love. Not only am I able to bring my signature look to all the hotties out there, but I was able to create sexy and beautiful clothing that fit bodies of all shapes, sizes, and heights,” the 25-year-old rapper said in a press statement. “If you’re a tall girl like me, finding clothes that have savage style has never been easy, until now.”

Doja Cat

The “Say So” star teamed up with Pretty Little Thing for a collection that shows off Doja’s characteristically eccentric style

“This was my first time curating for a fashion brand, period! I love PrettyLittleThing and can’t wait for all my fans to see it and wear it,” she said in a statement.

Dua Lipa

In November, PUMA announced the “Levitate” singer will work with the company’s women’s business to inspire females around the world through campaigns and inclusive initiatives. In 2021, Lipa will headline Puma’s “She Moves Us” campaign, which aims to empower and connect women through sport and culture.

Cardi B

In November, Cardi dropped her first sneaker collection with Reebok. On her birthday in October, the rapper released a limited pairs of the Cardi B Club C sneakers, which feature a black and white design with a see-through sole, and are available in toddler and adult sizes.

BTS

The K-pop group teamed up with Fila for their sleek “Voyager Collection” in the spring and summer, featuring sneakers based on the members’ zodiac signs. The line also included other products like graphic tees, hoodies, bucket hats and backpacks with galaxy-inspired designs.

“We have launched a specially prepared Voyager Collection for the spring season, inspired by the Big Dipper, the constellations, and the universe,” Fila said in a statement.

Rihanna

RiRi unveiled her latest Savage x Fenty collection in the star-studded second edition of her fashion show.

Her inclusive fall 2020 collection launched on Amazon Fashion and the Savage x Fenty website in October, with bra sizes ranging from 32A to 42H/46DDD and underwear and sleepwear

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