February 18, 2016 08:21 PM

It seems like every celebrity and their brother (ahem, Ariana Grande) has a new fashion line, beauty product, or collaboration coming out this year. But every now and then, a celebrity-centric design or two comes across your desk that you just can’t help but get a touch giddy over. And such was the case when we first laid eyes on the images of Ashley Graham for Addition Elle, Hailey Baldwin‘s Coachella-themed H&M collection, and Beth Ditto‘s new eponymous fashion line.

Courtesy Addition Elle

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again just in case you didn’t hear us the last 100 times we said it: 2016 is already officially the year of Ashley GrahamNYDJ’s “Fit to Be” campaign, swimsuitsforall‘s #SwimSexy campaign, Lane Bryant’s #TheBody campaign, and of course, being named Sports Illustrated’s cover girl and 2016 Rookie. Now, the plus-size model has created yet another collections of every day underwear essentials for lingerie brand Addition Elle. She also stars in the campaign images for the new line, continuing her one-woman body-positive revolution.

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Hailey Baldwin also debuted a sneak peak today at the new collection from H&M that she’s the face of, posting a string of images to her Instagram account showing just a hint of the designs. The images show the model wearing a brightly patterned, strappy tank top and a crocheted mini dress both set in a very festival appropriate desert landscape. At least packing for Coachella this year will be a total breeze.

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And last but not least, Beth Ditto finally launched her much buzzed about debut stand-alone, plus-size collection which she funded completely by herself. The singer first announced her collection back in December when she debuted her collaboration t-shirt with longtime friend Jean Paul Gaultier, but now she’s finally released the images for her 11-piece ethically produced and made in the USA collection. According to WWD, the pieces were “inspired by her love of vintage” with prices ranging from $66 to $433, and in sizes from 14 to 28.

So whether you’re a busty lady looking to refresh your underwear basics, want a capsule wardrobe that will take you easily through Coachella, or you just want to give your wardrobe a major upgrade, these collections will have you beyond covered.

What do you think of all these new collections? Which one is your favorite? Which would you line up to buy?

–Emily Kirkpatrick

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