Tue, 17 Jul 2012 07:13:13 GMT | By Elishia Leong
Celebrity turned fashion designers

We take a look at the fashion fab celebs who have thaken their creativity and gift of chic style to the runways!

We take a look at the fashion fab celebs who have thaken their creativity and gift of chic style to the runways! (© WireImage)
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Kimora Lee Simmons started off as an accomplished model and turned into the Creative Director of Phat Fashions. Her own couture line called KLS was launched in 2007. She parted ways with Phat Fashions in 2010 but still soared as KLS and Kouture by Kimora Brands were on the works and she has an affordable line coming to Macy's soon. Also, she owns the shopping website JustFabulous.

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