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The tennis champ's debut collection with HSN sold out in just three hours of airtime thanks to three things: price, quality and personality. "First of all, everything in the collection is under $100," Williams told PEOPLE about her line that's still available to shop today. "And everything you get from me [is] great quality. I think on live television people really get to see my personality and how really I feel about clothes and fashion."
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MARY J. BLIGE
You may not think her first fragrance, My Life, would sell 60,000 units in six hours after its release on HSN considering viewers can't even smell the product through a TV screen! But that's just a testament to the singer's superb design skills. No wonder she released the follow-up scent, My Life Blossom shortly afterward.
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Liza debuted her jewelry line for HSN, The Liza Collection, in the sexiest way possible — by wearing it down the Sex and the City 2 world premiere blue carpet. She said at the time of its launch in 2010 that she designed the collection of jewels and sequined apparel so women can "look fabulous and feel like a star."
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Not long after the Real Housewives of New York aired in 2008, Ramona came out with her own jewelry line called, Ramona, full of affordable estate collection pieces. At the time of the launch, called her jewels "investment pieces" because of their versatility: "I’m wearing it right now with a bathing suit,” she told PeopleStyle in 2009. “But you can also wear it with black tie."
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The country singer created a vintage-rock n' roll clothing line in 2017 that was inspired by her vast archive collection of everything she's ever worn on stage during 27 years of touring. "I wanted it to be real and authentic," she told PeopleStyle about her line. "I didn’t want to make something up that I would never even wear."
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Wendy's clothing line is a fan favorite thanks to her causal looks that easily go from day-to-night.
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The actress and singer was one of the first celebrities who started designing size-inclusive clothing back in 2011 with a collection that ranged in sizes from 2-24.
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Back in 2009 the actress launched an all-natural skincare line, FranBrand, and appeared on HSN makeup-free to sell the products.
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The legendary model created a jet-set-ready clothing line inspired by her world travels across the globe.
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The 95-year-old design legend's HSN line, Rara Avis by Iris Apfel, is full of her iconic quirky touches, like this bird broache, these colorful bangles and fun novelty items featuring her signature round-frame glasses.
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You'll never end up on the Fashion Police co-host's bad list by wearing her collection of chic, easy separates, Nene by Nene Leakes.
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The inventor of the Miracle Mop (and inspiration behind Jennifer Lawrence's Oscar-nominated biopic Joy) is still creating life-changing inventions for her HSN line, Joy. She has jewelry cases, clothes hangers, bath towels, handbags and an amazing new luggage line, TuffTech Luggage, that keeps everything unbelievably organized and will last forever -- it's made from the same material as bulletproof vests!
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DITA VON TEESE
In 2013, the burlesque star launched a lingerie and fragrance collection on HSN that was meant to give every woman "luxury in her everyday life," she told PEOPLE.
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The actress decided to create her clothing line, That Woman, for middle-aged women who noticed a lack of "sexy and zippy" designs in the market for themselves.