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Our Bollywood celebrities, along with coloring the dreams of Indians have also addressed the fashion sense of generations. Nowadays, this industry giving competition to the international movies and many celebrities are expanding their portfolio from acting and producing to stepping into the fashion industry. Most of the stars are launching their own designer fashion brands of clothing and personalized accessories. Here are top 10 Bollywood celebrities with their own fashion brands:
1. Salman Khan
Brand Name: Being Human
Salman Khan launched the famous Being Human brand under the Salman Khan Foundation, which sends all proceeds from the line to the underprivileged population of India.
Being Human line includes clothing, accessories and a variety of other products.
2. Hrithik Roshan
Brand Name: HRX
Hrithik launched HRX as a brand based on a life philosophy to keep pushing. The X (logo), stands for Extreme – means to reach the highest degree. According to the HRX, it’s for those who want to keep on pushing to the highest degree.
HRX line includes casual wear and accessories for men and women.
3. John Abraham
Brand Name: The John Abraham Collection (in collaboration with Wrangler)
John Abraham has been the brand ambassador for Wrangler and has his own fashion line set with Wrangler itself named “John Abraham by Wrangler”.
The John Abraham Collection (in collaboration with Wrangler) line includes premium denims.
4. Alia Bhatt
Brand Name: Alia (in collaboration with Jabong)
Alia Bhatt is all set to inspire the young women, between 20 to 30 years of age, through her ‘Alia Bhatt for Jabong’ collection.
Alia (in collaboration with Jabong) line includes different types dresses, denims and leather jeggings for all the stylish women out there.
5. Sonam Kapoor
Brand Name: Rheson
Sonam Kapoor is all set to launch her own fashion label with her sister Rhea who is a designer. This high street fashion collection will hit the markets in coming September and will be available at all Shopper’s Stop outlets.
Rheson line includes designer wear for women
6. Deepika Padukone
Brand Name: Collaborated with Van Heusen and Melange
Bollywood diva, Deepika collaborated with the global fashion brand Van Heusen and Melange for a limited edition collection for her fans. The designs are as unique as the actress herself, it is a unique blend of in-vogue and vintage designs. The collection is available on Myntra.
Her clothing line includes designer wear for women.
7. Shilpa Shetty
Brand Name: SSK
Shilpa shetty is the another celebrity who has channelled her style sense into a label. Shetty’s designed apparel for the Rajasthan Royals would give you an idea of her tastes. The actress has launched her own collection of modern sarees with the Home Shop 18 label, calling it SSK brand.
SSK line includes designer sarees.
8. Kareena Kapoor
Brand Nname: Bebo
Bollywood diva, Kareena Kapoor Khan also decided to put her foot in the fashion industry by coming up with her own denim line, ‘Bebo’ in collaboration with an international brand.
Bebo line includes designer wear for women
9. Karan Johar and Kangana Ranaut
Brand name: Vero Moda’s Marquee
Vero Moda’s limited edition line Marquee that was previously curated by Karan Johar with extraordinary achievement has roped in Kangana Ranaut to lend her style sensibility to its apparels. Accessible at all Vero Moda stores and on the web, the Marquee collection incorporates embellished, textured and tailored designs making it a top notch offering for ladies who want a dress to stand out.
10. Malaika Arora Khan, Bipasha Basu & Sussanne Roshan
Brand name: The Label Life
This power trio demonstrates that there truly is strength in numbers especially when those numbers incorporate some exceptionally brilliant, business savvy and gorgeous ladies. Malaika Arora Khan’s fashion brand ‘The Closet Label’, Bipasha Basu’s range of accessories under the name ‘The Trunk Label’ and Sussanne Roshan’s home decor line titled ‘The Home Label’ meet up to frame ‘The Label Life’.